Tips for Greater Prosperity: Gratitude is a Magnet for More

I am blessed to have both of my parents living within an hour’s drive. Even while I was growing up, my friends would always comment about how great my parents were. That feedback always made me smile in my youth, and today I feel so much more deeply grateful to have been given such a great set of parents. It had been almost a month since I’d spent more than just a few minutes with them until we had dinner together last night. Once again I discovered that the more I focus on my gratitude, the more abundantly what I am focusing on seems to shine.

Gratitude is an acknowledgment of goodness, your awareness of the unlimited abundant supply that is being shared with you. This acknowledgment makes it stronger. When you dwell on thoughts of gratitude, you focus your energy on the acceptance of your gifts. Just like your words produce energies which attract like substances, the emotions behind your thoughts also fuel the process of creating more of the same. Gratitude is a magnet for more good.

Making a habit of taking a few minutes at the beginning or end of your day to express gratitude for specific things not only will make you more conscious of your gifts, it will help you to maintain the opening for more richness to manifest in your life. When you are thankful, you are in a mindset of “I have”, one which takes claim of your rightful good. You cannot experience lack when all you are thinking about is how much good you have. Likewise, you cannot experience prosperity if you dwell on what you need more of. Try experimenting with this and see for yourself the difference it can make when you are conscious of the abundant flow in your life.

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