Every single mistake is a blessing in disguise. Today’s magical practice will prove it, because you’re about to discover that there are actually untold blessings hidden within every mistake! A child makes many mistakes while learning and we don’t give it a second thought because we know that through their mistakes they will learn and eventually master what they’re trying to do. SO why is it that adults are so hard on themselves when they make a mistake? The same rule that applies to children also applies to you.
To learn from a mistake, we first have to own it, and this is where many people become undone, because they often blame someone else for their mistake. The problem with that is by doing so you attract making the same mistake again.
How do you learn from a mistake? Gratitude! No matter how bad something may seem, there are always, always, many things to be grateful for. When you look for as many things as you can to be grateful for in a mistake, you magically transform the mistake into blessings. Mistakes attract more mistakes, and blessings attract more blessings – which would you prefer?
Today, think about a mistake you have made in your life, big or small, but choose one that still hurts when you think about it. From there, ask yourself these 2 questions:
- What did I learn from the mistake?
- What are the good things that came out of the mistake?
Most importantly, we must be grateful for every mistake that we learn from because it aids us in the future. Think this through carefully, and see if you can find a total of 10 blessings to be grateful for.
I would strongly urge you to take any mistakes you’ve made in your life that you still feel bad about, and in your own time, follow this magnificent and magical practice. Think about it; through one mistake you have the power to bring many blessings! What else guarantees dividends like that?
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