Write A Thank You Letter To God
Each year I write a Thank You Letter to God dated one year in advance and I share it with my spiritual mastermind group.
We typically write the letters in January, share them in the group, and discuss how close we came to actualizing what we prewrote at the end of the year.
We have found these letters to be powerfull practices to bring our our vision for the year into clarity.
The letter becomes a declaration to the Universe and a guide for desires, decisions, and intentions to manifest though inspired action during the year.
I’ve witnessed many transformations in the letters I have written over the years. Earlier ones have been focused on material gain and too ambitious; more aligned with my head and ego rather than my heart.
When looking more deeply at your desires, I have found that a dream needs to be realistic enough for the ego to believe it is possible and big enough to excitedly stretch you out of your comfort zone to step into your greater potential.
To prepare for writing your letter, take time to create sacred space to be still and quiet. Contemplate what you truly want and why, so what you are thanking God comes from your heart truth.
Take your time in bringing your words together. No need to rush. Invite your ego, mind, and soul to express. what is deeply desired and feel into those desires so they reflect your heart and not what you think you should want or what others want for you.
Once written, print it out. Read it out loud. slowly, allowing your emotions to reflect your words. Feel gratitude to the Divine for responding to your prayers in ways that enrich your life. Rest in that gratitude, trusting that all you desire, need, and want will come to you in the highest and best way.
Share your letter with trusted friends to hold the vision for you.
Keep the letter visible. You might read it out loud each day to strengthen your decison and intention. Use it as a map to guide your choices and actions throughout the year and be open to flow with your inner guidance to lead you forward.
Have fun creating it!