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Practicing Gratitude

When I think of what I am grateful for, the first thing that comes into my mind is friends. I am thankful for my friends. They make me laugh and smile every day. Friends are a blessing. I appreciate friendship. What are some of the things that you appreciate? What are you grateful for? Remember that you have many blessings. Take a quiet moment to appreciate the positive in your life. Breathe and think of the things that you can be grateful for. Being grateful is about being thankful.

No matter how you are feeling, practicing gratitude can help you to feel better. Being grateful is about thanking God and the Universe for the good things in your life. Being grateful brings more good into your life. I believe there is a spiritual law that dictates what we are thankful for increases, and what we do not appreciate leaves our life. Gratitude is important for well-being.

The practice of being grateful brings about an inner transformation that leads to good health both mentally and physically. It does not matter how big or small the things are that you are thankful for. When you are grateful for the smallest of things, that is when you will really feel the healing power of gratitude. Being grateful for the smallest of things transforms your life into something wonderful. Gratitude is about seeing the positive. Positivity is healing.

Gratitude helps you to attract good things into your life. This is because everything in the universe is made of positive and negative energy. When you shift your thinking to the positive, you send out vibrations that attract more of the positive to come into your life. When you are grateful you realize the good things you have, and attract more good. Sometimes when we are dealing with stressful situations or people, we can forget what is good in our life. Gratitude reminds us of all that is good and possible. Gratitude reminds us that we deserve to be happy and feel good about life. It reminds us that happiness is possible.

Take special time each day to think of the things in your life that you are grateful for. Try this simple healing exercise before going to sleep each night or upon waking in the morning. The simpler the things you are grateful for, the better you will feel. Gratitude will bring peace to your mind and body.

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