Sep 15 2014

The ‘Ah!’ and the ‘Ohm!’

Posted at 11:45 am under When Did You Die?

mala [ om mani padme hum ]

When we practice gratitude, we’re telling God, ‘Yes!’, more please.. When we’re excited for the people, places and things filling and fulfilling our daily journeys, have you noticed how many more rush in?  Our good comes by the measure of our gratitude and enthusiasm in receiving it.

I know this is true as I experience it more each day.  How excited I am about my life is directly reflected in the level of excitement Life responds to me.

I recently had the honor of receiving a new tool from an incredible teacher and healer to start and end the day with this excitement and gratitude. It’s simple, yet profoundly sets the tone every morning and ties a nice bow of thanks to the wonder of life every evening.  I want to share it with you.

As we wake every morning, we focus our first thoughts on receiving good, allowing the magnificence and joy which is ours to receive to come.  We can do this with a single word, a physical expression of openness.  By opening our mouths wide and saying “Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh!” several times, we tune our prosperity consciousness, much like a tuning fork helps tune a fine instrument. In the evening, while reviewing the good we did receive (whether big or small), we open our hearts and with thanks say “Ohmmmmmm.”  These two words are guides to receiving and recognizing Good. Try it for one week, and watch the adjustment your soul makes!

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One Response to “The ‘Ah!’ and the ‘Ohm!’”

  1. Amy Putkonenon 31 May 2011 at 10:28 pm 1

    Hi Temple,

    A good reminder to say ahhhh once in a while! Good luck on the television appearance!

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