Believers in the Law of Attraction know the value and role of Gratitude in achieving their goals and desires. But did you know that Gratitude also helps to heal the mind and body and align the Soul with the Universe bringing good abundance and prosperity?
Like attracts Like and if you really believe in good, then even when things are not going the way you want them to, the Universe responds by sending you help. Being genuinely grateful helps to raise your vibrations and attract that which is good for you.
In fact, any activity that makes you feel positive assists in taking your game to the next level.
Part of feeling sincere gratitude for what you do have is to acknowledge and recognize the true value of what is available to you and not, what is not. I often ask my clients in their kick-off session to list what is working for them, the positives and then later, what is not working. The results of this exercise always lead to a breakthrough and clarity for action and change in one’s attitude, particularly towards other people.
Here is a simple way to raise your vibrations and supplement your Gratitude Journal. I read about it years ago and find from experience that it works. This simple spiritual practice which I understand was first shared by His Holiness, The Dalai Lama is a wonderful way to start the day and sets the tone for much happiness. It also helps to teach the Soul the important attribute of Compassion.
Spend five minutes at the beginning of each day remembering that we all want the same things, (to be happy and loved) and that we are all connected to one another.
Spend five minutes breathing in – cherishing yourself, then breathing out – cherishing others. An important point here is to include those people whom you find difficult to deal with. I find that if I do that sincerely enough, a change does come about in my relations and interactions with them.
Continue this practice during the day with everyone you meet, no matter how important or not important they are, whether you like them or not. There is no hard and fast rule about expression; try a simple Good Morning, a smile or even a wave of the hand.
Continue this practice no matter what happens during the day and what anyone does to you.
You will notice that at the end of the day, you will have more items to put in your Gratitude Journal.
Try it and do come back to share how your day went.