Blessings and Synchronicity

by jenn on October 11, 2007

in Art,Breathing Space,Expressive Arts Envisioning,Friends,Law of Attraction,Spirituality


Yesterday morning, I reconnected with my blessings box which sits on a little altar in my meditation/yoga room/coaching office. Whenever I’m moved, I’ll write what I’m grateful for on a handmade “I am blessed” card and place it in my blessings box.

Reading my cards filled me with deep appreciation and joy as I was reminded of how grateful I am of my supportive and loving husband, the beautiful area in which we live, my wonderful circle of friends and family, living my dreams and so many other amazing things!

Coming from a place of gratitude created a lovely flow synchronicity throughout the day:

  • A kind, young man walking in the BART station held a parking spot for me in the otherwise filled lot.
  • I met some colleagues for a meeting in the financial district and then when I was done, I decided to visit my husband at his last day at work at his current company (moving on to bigger and better things!). I looked up his office address and realized, it was in the same exact building, just four floors up! I walked in just in time to join the “good-bye” ice-cream run with his team.
  • Brian and I had a spontaneous dinner date in the city.
  • And when I went to the SF Coaches meeting later that evening, I was thrilled to see my dear friend Julie Daley. And we continued our wonderful connection as she graciously drove me back to the BART station to my car.

What are you grateful for? I’d love to hear! Or take a moment to write it down and tuck it away in a special, sacred space. And as you appreciate what’s positive and wonderful right now, notice how you open yourself to serendipity – even in the simplest forms. It’s amazing what the universe will serve up when we’re ready to receive!

[tags]Blessings Box, Law of Attraction, Synchronicity[/tags]

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Jamie October 16, 2007 at 7:39 pm

What a beautiful idea. I keep my gratitudes in a book but I love the idea of a box! It feels like magic.

I am grateful for my trip to Cape Cod, for the joy of traveling with my sister, for the recovery of loved ones and for connections – like ours!


nita from red tin heart November 3, 2007 at 12:18 pm

i am grateful for life. that i can hear and see and walk. i am happy i have god. xoxo nita

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