I embarked on my journey of the Magic in the beginning of April.I was not sure what to think of this book but decided to give it a shot. The first lesson of the Magic was the practice, count your blessings. Everyday you make a list of ten blessings and write why you are grateful for them. You read them out load or in your head and say the magic words “thank you” three times after each one as you say them.
This process was hard for me to stick with 100% I will admit due to the fact I was not on a regular schedule and not a morning person. I did however manage to do this most days and found that this practice alone was a very powerful one for me.
On day two you add your nightly practice of the magic rock. This is where you find an object (a rock) and keep it in a place that you will see often. Every night before you go to sleep you grab your magic rock and think back over your day and say “thank you” for the best thing that happened to you during the day. I really liked this practice and I still practice this one daily. I found this one to be a very easy and enjoyable one to do.
The next 26 days you continue to do your morning routine and night routine coupled with a daily exercise. This process really made me think and feel different levels of gratitude and really opened my eyes to how much I took for granted. The fact that I am healthy, have a roof over my head, have a very supportive family and great group of friends. I have so many blessings that I never even think about or even realize how much of a gift they are to me everyday.
There were several lessons that deal with being thankful for the air you breathe, the water and food you have and all the people who make it possible for you to eat. This was powerful and it made me think of all those people in third world countries who do not have a grocery store to go to. They have to hunt and work to find clean water to drink, so the fact that we can go to the store and have so many options to choose from is a major blessing. We often take going to the store as a chore and not a blessing many of us take for granted everyday. So now when I drive up to the grocery store and walk the aisles of clean fruit and veggies, I say “thank you” to the universe that I have food available to me to buy and eat.
There were so many different lessons in this book that really opened my eyes and some I still do. I really liked the lesson magnificent Outcomes that deals with manifesting positive outcomes and having situations come out better than expected before they happen. Learning this really has helped me be more positive and also helped with coupling the law of attraction and gratitude together.
This is a very powerful combination that speeds up manifesting abundance and I personally can tell you that it works! I used this practice for a job interview and it really worked, I was less stressed and it went really well. I manifested it going a certain way, less traffic, getting a good parking space and a good energy with the person I was to meet. All that I manifested and thought about while driving there happened. To me that was priceless and very powerful, so I was very pleased with this lesson and still use it everyday.
Overall I really enjoyed this book and I feel more at peace inside. I have witnessed some positive blessings in my life, have more love and support from family and friends and overall have grown I feel as a person. I have become a bit more humble, less selfish and learned to be thankful for the world I live in, the people I am surrounded with and the love from above that shines on me everyday.
Life has been tough for me this past year but honestly this was a very positive experience and I will continue to practice gratitude in my daily life. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in manifesting love, abundance and blessings into their life.
For more info you can watch all of the 28 days of magic on my youtube channel and also read the additional blog posts for every day of the magic.
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