The Law of Gratitude is one of the most powerful forces you can use in attracting everything you seek including prosperity.
What I love about the cultivating gratitude is the very thought of it allows one to relax and achieve a state of surrender to allow the goodness that is coming to you to be realized.
The law of gratitude is very simple. You look at a situation, and mentally envision the lessons and gifts that you have received. Every person and every situation has something to teach you that you can use to elevate yourself.
Let’s go back to prosperity for a moment. Some of us are in debt. We
wish we could have more money. We internally complain about not having
more, and then we get into more debt. The cycle continues.
What if we used gratitude to break out of the cycle?
We could use gratitude to thank the creditors for trusting that we will pay them back.
We can feel grateful for knowing we know what we need to do. In feeling grateful, we may find actions we can take to help us on our journey to prosperity.
We can use affirmations and visualizations to affirm the increasing abundance that is coming to us.
We can thank the money that has come our way whether it be a penny on the ground or an unexpected amount of money that came our way in the form of a discount, a refund check, a gift card, or even a donation of something that was needed.
For more ideas on how to use the law of gratitude, check out this post.
I know, for myself, I had an internal complaint on how much I was
investing in my education. It seemed like a lot. I didn’t want to
spend any more.
However, intuitively, I knew that it was more beneficial to invest more money into my education than it was not to do so. I had to give up my complaints and appreciate the opportunities the education would give me – marketability as an employee, networks, ideas.
I took a leap of faith and spent money on a 2nd business certification course that I really wanted to take.
What I discovered is that the educational institution decreased my fees by 20% because I was now enrolled in 2 courses.
Because I had an eye on how education could help me grow, I began to ask questions of, “How can I pay for this?” Other educational opportunities then opened up where I was able to pay and be re-imbursed.
I think the lesson here is to be grateful for the tool of money, and what it can provide. If you look at money with an eye of appreciation for what it can do for you, many doors can open up.
What I find interesting is that when you appreciate money, it multiplies. When you have negative thoughts about money, it seems to be repelled.
To put the law of gratitude into practice, I have 2 gratitude exercises for you to consider.
Note how far your money goes when you are in a good mood or operating from an empowered perspective.
Now, consider how far your purchasing power goes when you are in a negative mood or in a rush.
The 2nd gratitude challenge is to notice where you internally criticizing people for how they spend money. If that happens, stop for a moment and turn that criticism into an appreciation of some kind.
There is always a lesson to be learned, and you have the power to change your perspective in a moment.
Try these two exercises for 21 days, and let me know how it goes!
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