Appreciation

Abraham-Hicks:

If all you did was just look for things to appreciate you would live a joyous, spectacular life. If there was nothing else that you ever came to understand other than just look for things to appreciate, it’s the only tool you would ever need to predominantly hook you up with who you really are. That’s all you’d need.

And:

All those hundred different subjects are already in motion. The Source within you has already tended to them, and lined them up.

Your only order of business is to find one aspect of your life which gives you no trouble and only joyous thought, and fixate on it. And by focusing on one thing that makes you feel good, you come into alignment with who you are, and all 100 projects can move forth happily. Isn’t that interesting?

But most people, because you’re working on action, you take one thing that’s bothering you the most and give it your undivided attention. And use that as your excuse not to line up. And then you feel fragmented and you think it’s because you’ve got too much going on.

You’ve got Universal Forces to help you with all that, you see! You’re not in this alone. You’ve got the Broader Part of YOU and All of the Resources of Source. You’ve just got to let your priority be to tune into that. And when you tune into that, everything else takes care of itself!

And:

Make lists of positive aspects. Make lists of things you love―and never complain about anything. And as you use those things that shine bright and make you feel good as your excuse to give your attention and be who-you-are, you will tune to who-you-are, and the whole world will begin to transform before your eyes.

It is not your job to transform the world for others—but it is your job to transform it for you.