The law of Gratitude

love-emoto-crystalThere is a law of gratitude. This law is universal and can be seen in observation and experience.

“The law of gratitude is the natural principle that action and reaction are always equal and in opposite directions. The grateful outreaching of your mind in thankful praise to the Supreme Intelligence is a liberation or expenditure of force, it cannot fail to reach that to which it is addressed and the reaction is an instantaneous movement toward you” Wallace D.Wattles.

What can I be grateful for today?
What am I really thankful for?

Everything that I have now is a blessing from the infinite supplier.
When I fix my mind on the best things in my life, I experience the best and expect better and better things to come to me.This is how faith is developed because the grateful mind always expects the best.

Expressing gratitude is a way of moving closer to the supreme power .
If everything we have received has come from one source and we are thankful to that source, and express gratitude continuously, then more good things will come to us.

Let us take a few minutes everyday, maybe in the morning before we start our day, to list and think of ten things we are really grateful to have in our life today.
The more we dwell on these things, the more we will find other things that make us happy.
Take a minute and tell someone you know that you appreciate them and their input in your life.
Express your gratitude today.

To Your success!

Ramon Watson is a dynamic Thinking into Results facilitator with Bob Proctor. He is passionate in providing service and giving people more of the means of life. If you want to improve any area of your life contact Ramon on
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