Our Universe is governed by laws and one of the laws is the Law of Gratitude. If you want to achieve results that you are looking for you have to observe this Universal Law.
There is a law of gratitude, and if you are to get the results you seek, it is absolutely necessary that you should observe this law.
What is the Law of Gratitude?
The law of gratitude is the natural principle that action and reaction are always equal and in opposite directions.
Whatever we concentrate upon – our fears, worries or positive things in our lives will eventually come to pass, will multiply. We live in a friendly Universe. It functions based on vibrations and brings together things that have the same vibrational frequency.
It doesn’t recognize good or bad, only the frequency, so it is your task to raise your vibrations by concentrating on all good things in your life.
Gratitude helps us to focus on what we want and hence, becomes one of the most important tools in the practicing the Law of Attraction. It keeps us connected to the Source of all good.
You cannot exercise much power without gratitude because it is gratitude that keeps you connected with power. The creative power within us makes us into the image of that to which we give our attention. The grateful mind is constantly fixed upon the best, therefore it will receive the best.
Besides the “regular” gratitude, while practicing the Law of Attraction we also use “anticipatory” gratitude. Anticipatory gratitude is being grateful for things that we know are coming into our lives.
For the Law of Attraction to work you have to start with looking at your life, acknowledging what is, taking responsibility for it and then, getting clear on what you want. You can read more in the series of the Law of Attraction articles.
25 powerful prompts is the starting point to bring clarity into your life; the Gratitude practice can help at all steps to clear the mind of negativity. You can download your free 25 Powerful Prompts and start your gratitude practice with gratitude journals from ZenLiving.