Mar 17

Get Your Green On! Celebrate Your Abundance!

There’s a song that begins, ” I celebrate…my abundance! I celebrate…my prosperity!”  Singing these lyrics is one way I affirm my good. Sharing them with you affirms the good that is available to all of us moment by moment.

St. Patrick’s Day is a perfect opportunity for recognizing, claiming and celebrating our inherent good–our potential for abundance! Green beer flowing abundantly from bar taps and kegs. Dollar bills floating freely along parade routes. Spirited individuals richly adorning body parts, clothes, and pets with green shamrocks and sparkly bits. Celebratory soirees taking place in England (St. Patrick’s birth country), Ireland (St. Patrick’s adoptive home), and around the world. This is one big “We Rock!” party where everyone’s invited to get their green on.

Of course, we don’t need a special occasion to remind us to claim our abundance. If it’s raining where you are, give thanks for the plants being fed. If it’s sunny, give thanks for the warmth provided to people living on streets in cold cities. Give thanks for the air filling your lungs, the fish in your freezer; the wind you feel blowing across your skin, the robins you hear chirping to one another. Get your green on here and now!

If you are alive today, smile. Drink something tasty. Laugh with a friend. Give gratitude for all you have in this now moment. Celebrate the good that is being manifest around the world by simply being of good cheer. And let’s kindly, consciously share blessings of  joy, success, freedom and prosperity with others who aren’t experiencing or feeling so “lucky” today.






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