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“If the only prayer you say in your life is thank you, that would suffice.” Meister Eckhart


I hope this month’s theme has resonated and you are feeling the positive impact of giving gratitude for all aspects of your life.

“The moment one gives close attention to anything, even a blade of grass, it becomes a mysterious, awesome, indescribably magnificent world in itself.”

Henry Miller

We can so often get caught up in work, goals, looking forward, seeming disappointments, at what we don’t have but want…that we can forget to look at all we have and all we are in the here and now and be grateful for that.

“Whatever our individual troubles and challenges may be, it’s important to pause every now and then to appreciate all that we have, on every level. We need to literally “count our blessings,” give thanks for them, allow ourselves to enjoy them, and relish the experience of prosperity we already have.”

Shakti Gawain

Gratitude is a simple yet powerful practice that we can implement very easily into our everyday lives. It can have a hugely positive impact on our mind-set and well-being.

“There is a law of gratitude, and it is . . . the natural principle that action and reaction are always equal and in opposite directions. The grateful outreaching of your mind in thankful praise to supreme intelligence is a liberation or expenditure of force. It cannot fail to reach that to which it is addressed, and the reaction is an instantaneous movement toward you.”

Wally Wattles

Many thanks to all of you who read my blog and get in touch. I am deeply grateful to each and every one of you. I hope all of you have found a multitude of things and people to be thankful for and that you took the time to also thank yourself for all the wonderful things you are!

With love and light,



Picture by Eddie Kilty

2 comments on ““If the only prayer you say in your life is thank you, that would suffice.” Meister Eckhart

  1. Rajagopal
    July 31, 2015

    Cannot agree with you more, and I, indeed, am happy that you amplify many of my best practices here in your post. Truly, a convergence of minds for which I am happily grateful. I did get my hands on to Eckhart Tolle’s ‘The Power of Now’ some years ago. It has really opened up new perspectives, like there is no fulfillment outside, everything happens by forces within; the outside force breaks the egg, whereas the inside force on it, still breaks the egg but creates new life. My commune with nature, in my solitary walks, is, in fact, a walking meditation, a daily thanks giving for things as basic as life giving air and water, and everything advanced that graces my present moment, including the gratification of exchanging notes with the kindred soul that you are, Laura…best wishes.. Raj.

    • laura kilty
      August 3, 2015

      I also love to do solitary walking meditations in nature- they so simply bring forth deep gratitude and awe that we get to witness such wonder and beauty. They really ground me and yet at the same time really allow my spirit to soar! I am delighted and very grateful to have found in you such a kindred soul too- your blog has been the source material for a number of very lively and wonderful discussions with friends recently! So, deepest gratitude to you for that. And thank you so much for the beautiful note, Raj!

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