The lesson for day 23 the Magical Air that you breathe, deals with learning to appreciate and be thankful for the things all around you. When we learn to appreciate and be grateful for trees, water and air we are then transcended into another plane of abundance.
Rhonda talks about how we think, “the air we breath, really?”. Yes, really being grateful for the air we have to survive, the trees that give us oxygen or how our earth is in a protected atmosphere and if moved in the slightest how this could effect us and even kill us.
We take so many beautiful and wonderful things for granted all around us and only give thanks for the material gains. Rhonda discusses in her book “in ancient teachings it is said that when a person reaches the point of being deeply grateful for the air that they breathe, their gratitude will have reached a new level of power and they will have become the true alchemist, who can effortlessly turn every part of their life into gold”.
As I am going through my personal struggles at the moment, this lesson seems to hit me at a level that I did not expect to experience. I feel as though I am starting from ground zero and working myself up the ladder of gratitude and abundance. That although I am in need and want of material gains, I am learning to appreciate the true abundance of the world, life!
Lesson for Day 23- The Magical Air That You Breathe
1.) Count your blessings, make a list of ten things that you are grateful for and write why you are grateful for each one. Say the magic words out load three times for each one.
2.) Five times today, stop and think about the glorious air that you breathe. Take five deliberate breaths, and feel the feeling of the air moving inside your body, and feel the joy of breathing it out.
3.) After you have taken the five breaths, say the magic words: Thank you for the magical air that I breathe. Be as grateful as you can for the precious, life-giving air that you breathe.
4.) Just before you go to sleep tonight, hold your magic rock in your hand, and say the magic words, thank you, for the best thing that happened during the day.