When in heaven you learned that we can literally open the windows of heaven for creative inspiration and abundance. How do we do that?
When we acknowledge our source, and are grateful to that source, it is natural to receive in greater abundance.
“I also understood the importance of thanking God for the things we receive. Gratitude is an eternal virtue. In humility we must ask, and in gratitude we should receive. The more we thank God for the blessings we receive, the more we open the way for further blessings. His desire to bless us is full to overflowing. If we will open our hearts and minds to receive his blessings, we too will be filled to overflowing. We will know that he lives. We may become like the angels themselves, helping others who are in need.” —Embraced By The Light , p. 107
Learning to live with gratitude in our hearts also increases our ability when we do walk through life’s challenges and lessons. “There is magic in gratitude. It frees us from worry and competition in life. It opens our hearts and hands to genuine love, ironically allowing our hearts and hands to be filled again. . . . Gratitude helps ward off negativity. Being grateful for the good things in life invites their continued influence.” —The Ripple Effect, pp. 30, 76
Gratitude and abundance follow "acknowledgment." As we prayerfully and thankfully acknowledge our Creator, learn to recognize his hand in our life, and even share the blessings we have been given with others, we open the way for God's blessings. "We are sent here to live life fully, to live it abundantly, to find joy in our own creations . . . to use our free will to expand and magnify our lives."
—Embraced By The Light, p. 59
We are all “terminal,” we will all die one day, and though we suffer loss while here, we can remember that this world is only a temporary home. "Life does not end when we die. Death is a rebirth into a spirit world of light and love, a transition from the physical to the spiritual that is no more frightening or painful than passing between rooms through an open doorway. It is a joyful homecoming to our natural home, . . ." –The Awakening Heart, p. xi
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