The Prosperity In Gratitude. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing prosperity in gratitude. I hope you had an extraordinary Thanksgiving with friends and families. Here in the UK, we don’t celebrate thanksgiving. However, I have so much to be thankful for this year, so I am also celebrating thanksgiving by sharing my new Ebook – The Power Gratitude. This is the time of year when we give thanks. It’s when we look around and feel grateful for all we have. Our families, friends, and all of the love in our lives. We are grateful for the work that we do. We look to see the silver lining in our difficult situations and feel grateful for the opportunity to learn so much from them. Did you notice how abundant you felt when standing in place of all that gratitude?
The Prosperity In Gratitude
Gratitude is a powerful exercise when we want to create more abundance in our lives. Why? Because as we focus on all that we are grateful for, we begin to feel more abundant, and when we start to feel more abundant, we start to attract a flow of abundance in our lives. What you focus on grows. Like attracts like. That’s why you won’t increase the quantity in your life by focusing on all you don’t have.
There is a blessing for us in the loving expression of gratitude. As we focus on what we have, we create more of it. We focus on our joy. We create more of that. As we focus on love, we make more of that, and love is central to all manifestations in our lives. When you start from a place of love and intention, your life will become more joyous and prosperous than you could have ever expected.
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We are all energetic beings – and the energetic vibration of gratitude is one of the highest and purest vibrations available to us. Love and gratitude go hand in hand. Sending out this kind of pure positive energy into your life will bring more of that back to you – it’s a universal law, the Law of Attraction. Gratitude can start a positive momentum that changes your life forever. When you begin having an “attitude of gratitude” in your life, you jump-start manifesting your desires.
The question is, “It’s Thanksgiving, but shouldn’t we practice gratitude all the time?” The answer is yes! Especially if you want to create more joy, peace, and prosperity.
Integrating Gratitude Into Your Daily Life
Look For What You Want To See Vs. What You Don’t Want To See
Too often, we go about our day waiting and expecting awful things to happen, or we expect to be disappointed. We walk around saying, “I don’t like this, and this, and this….” and look for things that need changing. You would find that your world may conform to more of your liking if you focused on what you did indeed want to see. “I like this; I like that….oh, and I love that!” What shift in vibration do you see?
The unthankful heart… discovers no mercies; but let the thankful heart sweep through the day and, as the magnet finds the iron, so it will find, in every hour, some heavenly blessings!
~Henry Ward Beecher
Appreciate And Be Grateful For Something About You
Be grateful that you have a beautiful smile and a heart of gold. And be grateful that you are a savvy business person or inventive or intuitive. Be thankful that you are a wonderful parent. Be grateful that you are not perfect. (Wouldn’t that be a bore?)
If it’s hard to find something to be grateful for, start by looking around your world and appreciating it.The snow, the leaves, the sun. Look for beauty in your life. Focus on the penny you have vs the one you don’t.
Keep track of all the good things that happen to you in your calendar or daily journal…even the little things. This affirms that good things come your way, and you can begin to trust in God and the Universe as the source of your supply. Appreciate the synchronicities that occur in your life. They were given to you as a gift to affirm that you are indeed on the right path.
Want To See Some Fast Results?
For the next 30 days, set aside time to write for 10 minutes all the positive things you can about your life, relationships, body, work, and home. You will not be the same person at the end of those 30 days!
Open your mouth and let the gratitude flow from your heart. Amazing things begin to happen to you and those around you. Can you imagine what might occur? Play with this and adore someone today.
I hope you enjoyed that.
khoingn | The Broad Life
I know it’s not easy to practice the gratitude. Or probably it’s depended on each person’s characteristic. But anyway, it’s good that gratitude makes a difference.
I dunnow about energy and vibrations, and all that stuff…but I do know that thankfulness has the power to shift our mindset and our perspective on things. And it opens our eyes to see the beauty of our present.
Jocelyn @ Hip Mama's Place
I’ve been practicing gratitude everyday. It’s great to remind ourselves of our blessings, rather than the lack. I’ll have to check out your book. That’s great that you wrote about practicing gratitude.
I think finding ways to be positive is important. It does change your mindset.
I’m going to try the 30-day exercise of writing positive things starting in December until the end of the year. Thanks for the suggestion.
I like the sound of making a gratitude list . I may start one and see if it helps me.
There is no question that gratitude and positive thinking in general do make a difference! There is nothing worse than being around someone who is constantly complaining and seeing the bad in everything.
This time of year is so important in remembering the things we have and to give thanks for them; gratitude is just a extension of that. It’s so neat that you’ve actually written a book about this! I’ll have to check it out one of these days!