Grateful To Positive, Positive To Attractive
By Frank Kermit
Thanksgiving is here! It is a time for people to be grateful for everything they have, even if they do not have everything they need or want. With that said, the practice of being grateful for what we already have is also a wonderful tool for being attractive enough to attract the kinds of people you would like to date and have more serious relationships with.
On its own accord, the process of being grateful helps individuals break the process of taking things for granted. This is an excellent way to get into a good habit, so that you never end up potentially taking people (like the individuals you date and get more seriously involved with) for granted either.
Coaching people about being grateful has its challenges. Then again, I am grateful for the opportunity to coach people, and I am grateful for everything that coaching others has taught me, and grateful that I get to share my knowledge with you dear reader. One of the challenges is that some people see gratefulness as a reason not to pursue or want more. Being grateful for what you already have is not supposed to be a deterrent from going after more of what you want. Just because you are grateful that you are living in an apartment and not living on the street does not (nor should not) make you give up your ambitions of owning a home instead of renting an apartment. When being grateful is used as a means to kill ambition, it is likely not gratefulness that someone is practicing, but potential self-sabotage.
The point of practicing gratefulness is to engage a positive state of mind. By eliminating any negative thoughts and feelings surrounding all the things you feel you do not have yet, or never got to experience, it forces you to shift your focus and energy to more positive efforts of aiming to achieve all the goals you have still set for yourself.
When negative thoughts and emotions are permitted to fester, they inevitably taint your focus to the point where, you will only be able to filter in even more negativity, and filter out all the potentially positive elements that could enter into your life. This applies to love as well. If you only focus on the hurt, heartbreak and hell of your past history, you will not be open to the possible potentially pleasing partners presenting opportunity for pairing up.
If you struggle to be positive about love, focus instead on being grateful for everything, including the lessons you learned from the bad experiences. You may not be grateful for the bad things that have happened to you, but it can be easier to accept them and move on, when you focus your attention on being grateful for all the lessons you learned from your past, as a means not to repeat the same mistakes (and thus avoid the same consequences) again.
If you give in to gratefulness living, that practice of gratefulness leads to a more positive emotional and mental state, and that will allow you to build attraction to bring in more positive people of love into your life.
Here Are 7 Things to Consider for your Rustic Outdoor Wedding
by Natalka Celebrations
1. Bear in mind you will likely have to rent everything,
tent, flooring tables, chairs, bathrooms and sound systems.
2. Get all your permits:
Contact the municipality / parks department to arrange for a permit.
Don’t forget to find out about the rules regarding, trash removal,
candles, torches etc.
Alcohol Permit: If you plan to serve alcoholic beverages.
3. In case of inclement weather, provide umbrellas, lap blankets,
and propane heaters. Make sure your guests are comfortable:
provide, plenty of water, hand held fans, flip flops, spray sunscreen,
bug repellent, and on a really hot day,
prepare a bucket full of cold wet wash cloths.
Remind your guests to wear appropriate footwear.
4. Did you choose a public place?
You may have to put up with onlookers and
unwanted noisy distractions,
speak to your DJ about the appropriate sound system.
5. You picked your location because of the rustic beauty
and your decor should emulate the natural surroundings,
consider renting burlap, unfinished wood decor,
vintage furniture and table top elements.
6. Lighting: Lanterns both glass and paper, twinkle lights,
torches and candles (if permitted. See # 2).
7. Consider a menu fitting for an outdoor wedding,
discuss food ideas with your caterer
that do well at an outdoor wedding.
-Natalka Lee Gach
Wedding Planner, Co-coordinator and Consultant
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