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Day 20 of The #FeelingGrateful Blog Series: 5 Gifts from the Power of Gratitude by Janie Behr

The following thoughts lower your vibration and feed the fear that grows inside you.  Napoleon Hill describes what happens to the human soul in the presence of fear. Fear paralyzes the faculty of reason, destroys the faculty of imagination, kills off self-reliance, undermines enthusiasm, discourages initiative, leads to uncertainty of purpose, encourages procrastination, wipes out enthusiasm and makes self-control an impossibility. It takes the charm from one's personality, destroys the possibility of accurate thinking, diverts concentration of effort, it masters persistence, turns the will-power into nothingness, destroys ambition, beclouds the memory and invites failure in every conceivable form; it kills love and assassinates the finer emotions of the heart, discourages friendship and invites disaster in a hundred forms, leads to sleeplessness, misery and un-happiness-and all this despite the obvious truth that we live in a world of over-abundance of everything the heart could desire, with nothing standing between us and our desires.


  • Gratitude is the very best antidote to fear.              
  • Attitude breeds creativity, encourages imagination & self reliance, strengthens enthusiasm, brings to life initiative, leads to definiteness of purpose, eliminates procrastination, and anchors the soul in self-control.
  • A grateful person is charming, a clear thinker, more focused, persistent, ambitious, pursuing success with the finest of the hearts emotions.
  • Gratitude gives birth to love, encourages friendship and looks for opportunity.
  • Gratitude is peaceful and restful; attracts and makes room for the abundance that our heart desires. Gratitude gives birth to miracles.


The choice is yours. The time is now. If you are truly serious about discovering the true power of gratitude you must trust the simplicity of it.

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Janie Behr is a qualified life coach specializing in helping people find their purpose, achieve their goals, and explore all the possibilities that life has to offer. She is available for private individual coaching, group coaching and public speaking engagements. She runs frequent teleseminars dedicated to helping people find and live their most positive lives! For more information please visit http://www.jblifecoach.com
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