The Art of Daily Self Blessing

"To bless means to wish, unconditionally and from the deepest chamber
of your heart, unrestricted good for others and events; it means to
hallow, to hold in reverence [...] To bless is to invoke divine care upon, to
speak or think gratefully for, to confer happiness upon, although we
ourselves are never the bestower, but simply the joyful witnesses of life's abundance."
The Gentle Art of Blessing, by Pierre Pradervand

A blessing is a dispensation of Goodwill. The act of invoking divine protection or aid, the invoking of God's favor upon a person, or upon yourself.To offer a blessing is not a difficult task. In fact, a blessing can be so simple that all too often we take the act of blessing for granted. Every thought we have and action we take becomes part of the collective energy of the planet.

Blessings, whether they’re Irish or Jewish, ancient or modern, are an important part of a more abundant and grateful life.
"When we bless, when we ask for goodness, we ask from the source of all goodness, we ask God."[1]

Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself, and know that everything in life has a purpose. There are no mistakes, no coincidences; all events are blessings given to us to learn from.
~Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

G-d of my heart, G-d of my understanding,

Look with mercy at each of those who are wanders here,

Grant that the words that I speak daily be vehicle of making someone's day better,

May they bring light where there is darkness, hope in the midst of despair and a broad smile to grace their lips.

Lord, Make the light so intense to be able to enter into the heart of everyone I meet and touch.

My luminous gates are open for you to come in and bring divine joy so that my light may shine even brighter.

Regardless of what I might encounter during this day, may your goodness always remain;

May good vibes and frequencies of light and love be multiplied and divided by all those who wander here.

And so it is, thank you G-d.




[1] http://www.americancatholic.org

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    • Pix EE

      I guess it leaves it open to everyone’s interpretation.
      Personally, i fill in the blanks with “Good” where another could use “God”

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