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I want to end this book with a short note on gratitude.
We all know that gratitude is a powerful emotion that can bring an abundance of joy and happiness to our lives. In my experience, gratitude also has a direct connection to wealth.Wealth is not complete without gratitude because it is very likely that if you are not grateful you are not truly satisfied with what you currently have.
If you are not truly satisfied with what you currently have, your experience is not complete and you cannot be truly joyful in the present.Look at your life and everything you have and see if gratitude arises. There is a difference between practicing gratitude, i.e. being thankful, and simply experiencing the gratitude that arises from your heart.Simply observe whether you feel grateful and what kind of gratitude arises in you. It is ok to practice gratitude through keeping a gratitude journal or by recounting what you are grateful for before you go to bed at night or when you get up in the morning.
True gratitude that comes from your heart will arise at the perfect time in the perfect way. It is not something we can create ourselves, true gratitude is an experience that it is given to us.
On this note, I want to express my gratitude for being able to share my knowledge and experience with you. Without you, the reader, there would be no point to this book.
Also, by downloading this book, you’re playing a big part in making my life’s vision come true: to touch people’s hearts and for all of us to live empowered, authentically and aligned with our Higher Purpose. Thank you!
I also want to express my gratitude to all the financial and spiritual teachers I was allowed to learn from, and to those friends and colleagues who have shared this journey with me. And the deepest gratitude to the two men who have imparted their sense of money on me and taught me that money is not only important, but actually not that difficult to deal with: my husband Adam and my father Fritz. Thank you!
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