Have you ever thought about bidding?
No, you’re not a witch or anything if you do that.
You are simply giving the Universe an offering of gratitude.
You are showing how much you appreciate all the blessings He has given you.
We talked about how to meditate and get rid of all your worries…
Isn’t it time to get rid of your gratitude?
When you do this, the Universe feels your genuine love.
She listens to you and honors your wishes.
Divine offerings can come in many forms. Your gratitude journal is a great example.
The more you write in it, the more the Universe recognizes your grateful heart.
You can write about something that you are grateful for.
Write about the beautiful day you had, your amazing meeting with strangers, your productive day at work, or even the happy times you spent with your family.
But if you want to know about other deals you can do, don’t worry, I’ve got your back.
Get those Creative Juices Running
You can dance, sing, draw, and write poetry. Something that sets your heart on fire.
There is a big difference between doing things with love and things you just decided to do.
For example, you may have read about how to start a gratitude journal and decided to do so.
Sure, your attention is there.
But when you do things that come from your passion, they are easier to do and more fun.
Dance Your Heart Out
To offer a dance to the Divine, go ahead and choose a song.
Then let it quietly play in the background.
Whenever you’re ready, get up on your feet and start dancing!
Move to the beat and let your arms and legs feel the rhythm. You closed your eyes.
Remember that you can move as you wish. There are no eyes to judge you.
Only the Divine can see your magnificent offering.
When it comes to a song to offer… it can be any song.
It can even be a song that you composed. This makes it more original and authentic.
Choose a place where you will be alone and sing. Sing out loud and let the Divine hear your voice.
Don’t be shy. Be free. Feel yourself lifting every part of you to the Universe.
Power of Poetry
They say that writing poetry requires skill. But I don’t think so.
Writing poetry comes from the heart, and if you feel it, what’s stopping you from doing it?
Get a nice clean paper and a pen.
Write down everything that comes to your mind and heart.
Don’t stop until you still have words waiting to be written.
When you’re done, read it out loud.
These are just a few of the Divine offerings you can make.
What are you willing to try to show your gratitude to the Universe?