Practice Noticing Coincidences Until They Become a Way of Life [free worksheet PDF]

 2011 December 15
by jessica mullen   7 Comments 

99 Things

It’s no secret that I want to build a magical stationery empire. Something about the smell of colorful paper products just gets me wet! Over the past year, I’ve become obsessed with creating interactive thought direction tools—little exercises that help me feel good and think about what I want. These mini magick tricks all have the same goal: to help one practice feeling the way one wants to feel. How we feel attracts our thoughts, and our thoughts create our realities. Change your mood, change your thoughts, change your reality.

Many of my worksheets and thought direction tools are inspired by processes developed by Abraham-Hicks. One of the exercises Abraham suggests doing is a “List of Positive Aspects”. Take a subject you’re experiencing contrast with, and make a list of everything you like about it. Instead of dwelling on what you don’t like about something, this activity helps you practice the feeling of appreciation. That feeling then begins to create circumstances to appreciate in your reality, both about the specific subject and in every other area of your life.

I’ve tried to capture the essence of this process in the Universal Grocery List and 60 Things I Love About, but today I am happy to announce that Kelly finally nailed it! She has come up with a fresh design: 99 Things.

99 Things is a magician’s tool designed to help one practice the feeling of appreciation. You can make lists about people, places, or events. I start a new list every morning and use it to note everything I love about my day.

Example 99 Things
I’ve been using the Universal Grocery List for this purpose every single day since I made them. Aside from the Life Story books, they are my most powerful tool. I can always tell exactly how good I feel by how many things I can appreciate in my reality. The more I find, the more I find. It’s a total snowball effect—start in the morning by listing things you tend to take for granted anyway. A hot shower, a good breakfast, clean clothes, a warm home. As your day continues, you’ll start finding more and more exciting details to appreciate, synchronicities you would never have noticed otherwise. It is such a sweet way to guarantee a smooth ride through waking life.

Download 99 Things

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I’m excited to share this worksheet with you in free PDF form! This PDF is one 11″ x 8.5″ page, with two lists per page. Cut or fold the page in half for a cute grocery list size.

Click here to download your free PDF!

Buy 99 Things NOTEPADS!

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My master craftswoman Kelly has constructed these incredible glue-bound notepads of 99 Things lists for our personal use! Each notepad contains 50 pages of lists printed and hand bound on thick neon and white cardstock paper. Perfect if you don’t have time to print and cut your own, or as a gift for a friend. These notepads are guaranteed to create great waves of magick in your life. Read more on the 99 Things website, or go getcha some!

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7 Responses
  1. December 18, 2011

    Thank you for the free .pdf, Jessica! I can’t wait to start using this!

  2. January 10, 2012

    Thank you so much for this, I came by your website through One Pretty Thing today and I am halfway through the Ask And It Will Be Given book by Esther Hicks. So, I was more than thrilled to see this, it is so perfect for what I want to do.
    Hoping all positive things your way and I can’t wait to read about your stationery empire one day. :)

  3. January 10, 2012

    Thank you Grace! So glad you found this useful, and nice to meet you :]

  4. sally permalink
    January 10, 2012

    what does a “magician” have to do with it?

  5. January 10, 2012

    Sally, I use the word magician to refer to magick, a word put into use by Aleister Crowley (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magick). His definition is “the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will.” It’s just a way to think about using one’s power as a creator.

  6. January 16, 2012

    this is a wonderful idea. thank you so much for sharing. love the darling pink hair and your spunk is contagious. happy new year!

  7. January 16, 2012

    Thanks Vicki! Happy New Year to you too! <3

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