Finding Gratitude In Our Past

Finding Gratitude In Our Past
 
 
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“Use the information from our past to inform our present and our future...”

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Hello, positivity posse, welcome back! I am so thrilled and excited that you are taking a pause to pour into you. This is the time for you to redefine, recharge, reset before you resume. Today I would like to do a reflection on gratitude for our past. So many times, we are filled with regrets about the past. We think about things that we would have wanted to have done differently, we think about those things that we didn't achieve, we think about the things that went wrong, and we really sometimes get stuck just in the regret of the past.

I'd like to invite you today to be thankful for the past. If we think about our past as propelling, along selective tracks, what that says is that our past is pushing us forward. Our past allows us to choose. We can select the track; we can select the path along which we think about how our past serves us. So, when you think about our past as having purpose, that you endured or you encountered, or you experienced whatever you did for a purpose. That it has pain points, that there are parts of our past that is painful. Within that, there is abundance, and we can extract the abundance from our past.

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“Make the choice to recognize the purpose, to recognize the pain points, but the pull out of that, the abundance...”

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Our past is practical because as we make a choice, we use the information from our past to inform our present and our future. That is the power within our past is that it is propelling us forward in this amazingly intense and powerful way that we get to harness in ways that allow us to be thankful that we have experienced that past.

 As you reflect and you pause in this positivity moment and you take stock of those paths that you may have had regrets about, and we get to redefine, and reframe, and be thankful for that pass that propels us along selective tracks. As we make the choice to recognize the purpose, to recognize the pain points, but the pull out of that, the abundance, even as we process those pain points. Reconciled the healing that comes from that, and then to recognize the practicality as to how it pushes us forward and therein lies the power of that experience. As you go through today, reflecting on these things, I encourage you to know that this allows you to resume empowered within this pause. God bless you!


 

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