Rebecca Lowrie, The Sexual Alchemist, invites you to join her for the #30DaysOfGratitude starting on 1st November!
Earlier this year I started keeping a Gratitude Journal. It was something I’d heard a lot about in the past and had kind of scoffed at. I practiced gratitude daily, just not by keeping a journal.
However, for a variety of reasons, I actually started writing my gratitudes down in a journal a few months ago. I aim to do it first thing in the morning and/or last thing at night. I’m getting so much out of it, that I wanted to invite you to join me.
Keeping a Gratitude Journal on a daily basis helps me to drop into my heart and to view my life and the situations and people around me from a state of love and appreciation. I feel more open and intimate with life as a result. I have been finding gratitude in unexpected places.
If I’m having a hard day or something has knocked me, I grab my journal and write down at least 3-5 things that I’m grateful for in that moment, and my mood shifts and sense of calm returns. I am refocused, reenergised and uplifted.
What is the #30DaysOfGratitude?
They say it takes 21 days to create a new habit and I thought why not stretch that to the full month of November?
The #30DaysOfGratitude is an invitation to join me and a supportive group of others who are going to spend 30 days sharing our gratitudes, thoughts and inspirations around gratitude.
I’ve created a #30DaysOfGratitude event on my Facebook page and you are warmly invited to come join me there. Click here to join>>>>
Don’t worry, if you’re not on Facebook or don’t want to join me there, you can still take part!
Each day of November I will be posting something I’m grateful for as well as quotes about gratitude on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. As always, I will be keeping my Gratitude Journal and encouraging you to do the same.
The intention is to take these 30 days to really focus on the things we are grateful for – to declare them and share them with each other – for support, for inspiration and to feel connected. You could…
- Join the #30DaysOfGratitude Event on Facebook
- Keep a Gratitude Journal
- Write individual gratitudes on post-it notes and stick them up where you will see them
- Keep a growing list of gratitudes in a document on your computer
- Come share your daily gratitudes with me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
- Find a way that suits you to cultivate gratitude for 30 Days.
Each day, find at least one thing that you are grateful for. Take a minute to stop and really feel and focus on the feeling of gratitude. I’d encourage you to speak it out loud or write it down. Something along the lines of ‘Today I feel grateful for…’ or ‘Today I am grateful that…’
Here’s a few suggestions to help you get started:
- Gratitude to yourself for taking part in the #30DaysOfGratitude!
- Gratitude for someone special in your life
- Gratitude for something you enjoy doing
- Gratitude for your body
- Gratitude for the meal you are eating
- Gratitude for the sun/wind/rain
- Gratitude for your favourite piece of music
- Gratitude for each breath that you take
- Gratitude for your ability to…
- Gratitude for the opportunity to make the most out of today
What is gratitude?
Gratitude can come in many forms. It is a state of being, a feeling or emotion, an attitude, a way of living, a choice and a practice.
Gratitude is a feeling or state of appreciation and being thankful. It is an acknowledgement and acceptance of What Is. It’s a way of focusing on what you already have in your life rather than on what’s missing. Gratitude is one of the highest states of being or vibration that we can tap into. It’s an energy vibration that aligns us with a sense of grace, connection to Source or Infinite Intelligence.
It’s long been known that cultivating an ‘attitude of gratitude’ is good for your health – mentally and emotionally as well as physically, spiritually and even sexually. Being in a state of gratitude boosts your immune system, soothes your nerves and lowers blood pressure. Practicing gratitude regularly can rewire and reconfigure your energy system to the natural rhythms of life and the Universe.
Cultivating gratitude on a regular basis is very good for your sex life! Anything that is good for your overall health, that keeps you physically, mentally and emotionally balanced and connected to Source is excellent for your sexual self too.
I look forward to hearing what you are grateful for!
If you’re inspired and would like to book a Sexual Alchemy session, email me at email@example.com and tell me what you’re interested in. I look forward to hearing from you!
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Rebecca works with individuals and couples to help them expand their ideas and experiences of sexuality. Using various forms of conscious sexuality, including tantra and conscious kink, Rebecca can help you transform your sex life into something deliciously juicy, delightfully fun and ecstatically blissful!