Spiritual Prosperity Nina Wilkins

Spiritual Prosperity

Thank you letters are a fun way to bring in the expansive energy that allows you to know you are rich beyond measure.

Hafiz, the well known Persian poet, tells us that all the ingredients for a successful life are here for you; mix them, mix them.

I love Yogi Teas. The little paper piece at the end of the tea bag string has a positive thought on it. A good way to start the day. “Thank you” is the life ingredient that brings you into the Real and Eternal richness of life right here, Now.

One of the college courses I took for my teacher training included a section on how to write a thank you letter. A good thank you letter should include three important components. First, one example of what you appreciated. Next, your own personal drawing or art work. Third was a specific example of how the event or gift changed your life for the better. Our professor spent a great deal of time on this and was very enthusiastic about it. We needed to turn in our thank you note for her critique and approval before we mailed it. Step three was where I needed improvement as that part really revealed an inner self knowing that I was embarrassed to share. Another thing I noticed was how fun it was to include my own art in the note. I started feeling happier and better during the process. Thank you creates an aura around us that is highly attractive to our good.

One Prosperity book I read (title forgotten), said to write a thank you note to God and put it in a special closed box as though you had mailed it. One of my favorite processes. Another idea for thank you notes is to write one to yourself and mail it. I asked the participants in my class to do this and received great positive feedback. We wrote specifically to our child within using the three components I had learned. Each of us were so surprised to receive our own letters. You might enjoy this process, and you can also write to a part of yourself that you would like to affirm.

Appreciation sets in motion the Universal Law of increase.  What you notice and focus on in love and gratitude, increases. Over the years I have written many thank you notes to my child within and am always so surprised when it arrives in the mail, especially the ones where I include $5.

When I was in 8th grade the very sophisticated thing to do was buy beautiful stationary and sealing wax to write to a pen pal. I loved looking at every single box of beautiful papers and envelopes. We would include a stick of gum, dime or pressed flower, like a shamrock, in our letters. Stickers hadn’t been invented yet, but in my later years they have added so much fun to letters. My sister, Charmaine, is the best letter and thank you writer. In those times, the 1960s, she had a pen pal for many years. Today she is making her own paper and beautiful cards. What we love expands in wonderful ways.

In this time of texting and emails, it is  such a delight when I receive a thank you note in the mail. Even when it is from someone else. I hope you will try some of these processes for the sheer fun of it.

Happy writing and creating your visions and dreams of Prosperity for all.

Nina Wilkins Spiritual Prosperity

4 thoughts on “Spiritual Prosperity

  1. I am benefiting from being grateful for my job. I like being reminded to look for the good and acknowledge it. I am so glad you are doing regular blogs because we all need good thoughts everyday.

  2. Very interesting about the three parts of a good thank you letter. Thank you for the gift of these blog posts. ❤ This is not my artwork, but these symbols and emoticons serve as such online I suppose! 🙂 The energy you share in these posts truly lift my spirits and help me align where I want to be. I feel the energy from them as well as read the words and it feels like I am unwrapping a special gift each time I spend time on your blog bridge between heaven and earth.

    There is so much fun and power in your letter exercises! Something magical about snail mail!

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