Self-Esteem Tip: Say Thank You and Mean it

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The Vibrant Moment – Remember: Give Thanks.

Tools from the Center for New Psychology
Publisher: Doris Jeanette, Holistic Psychology Mentor, Coach
Visit: http://www.drjeanette.com

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How often do you say thank you?
Do you ever behave or feel above it all?

Lately, I have noticed that I sometimes forget to give thanks after asking for something and receiving it. I get so happy and excited about getting what I asked for, I forget to send the energy of thank you back to the person or energy that gave me the gift. Forgetting to say thank you is not helpful to me.

So let me say thank you from the bottom of my heart to all the wonderful people who sent me positive feedback about last week’s newsletter on the importance and power of being authentic. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Here is a link to the newsletter if you have not read it: http://thevibrantmoment.com/2013/10/16/personal-growth-tip-relax-be-authentic-and-assertive/

Being a highly non-verbal person it has always been hard for me to write and hit send. Therefore, it is extremely helpful to me to get your feedback about how my message is coming across to you. Even if the feedback is how I need to improve something or if I made a mistake, I really appreciate hearing from you.

Having spent years studying the physics and metaphysics of, “Ask and you will receive,” I am finally beginning to “get it!” As a result, I have been enjoying much more success in receiving what I ask for in the last two years. Part of my current success comes from looking back on my 36 years of practice as a psychologist to see when, where and how I got off track.

Early in my career, I had a waiting list of clients, more money than I ever imagined and people recognizing me in restaurants. Once a man stopped me on Walnut Street and wanted to ask me about something I had written in a local magazine. I just kept walking, impatiently brushing him off.

At the time, I did not know I was pushing success away when I was pushing him away. My arrogance toward him is hard to see in myself and hard to admit to you. However, as I am always teaching you, admitting the truth is extremely liberating and empowering.

After many years of observing my behaviors and consciousness, I have noticed definite patterns of success in my life. Learning from my mistakes, I am sure the next time someone recognizes me and wants to talk, I will be more gracious, respectful and grateful. I will say thank you to the person and mean it from the bottom of my heart.

Pay attention to what you do when you receive what you want and need. When you do not say thank you and mean it, you stop the flow of energy coming toward you. Give thanks to get more, and mean it from the bottom of your heart.

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