There are various ways you can do daily gratitude exercises. You can keep a journal, do a focused meditation, or say specific affirmations.
Regardless of how you do it, you need to remember that its importance cannot be overstated. This is especially true if you are practicing the Law of Attraction.
You are probably wondering why you should do it and how it relates to the Law of Attraction.
Or maybe you think you don’t need to do gratitude exercises since you are already a very positive person anyway.
However, there are many amazing reasons why you should integrate gratitude exercises in your daily life.
The Link Between Manifestation and Gratitude
There are many factors that can affect the success of your Law of Attraction work.
Keep in mind that your vibration is greatly influenced by everything that occurs in your life.
However, daily gratitude exercises are one of the best practices you can do to align with your desires and to keep your vibration high.
If you are not practicing gratitude daily, it becomes easier for you to dwell on fear, disappointment, and other negative emotions.
In contrast, those who spend time cultivating and practicing gratitude get to focus more on the good and positive things in their life.
This helps them attract more good things to be grateful for.
How Gratitude Can Help You with Your Manifestations
If you want to understand how important gratitude is in your Law of Attraction practice, let’s look at a concrete example.
Let’s say you want to manifest abundance.
You’re probably constantly thinking about how much you want money, right?
If you throw in gratitude into the mix, you can easily train yourself to stop thinking about how you want more money.
Instead, you will be thinking about how you have a roof over your head or enough food to eat.
Practicing gratitude will not only improve your mood, it can also bring you into alignment with the idea of abundance.
Before you know it, more money will come your way.
If anything, a daily gratitude practice can help create preconditions so you will receive more to be thankful for.
How to Do Daily Gratitude Exercises
When you do a gratitude exercise on a daily basis, gratitude becomes automatic for you.
This will keep you from thinking about disappointment, lack, and other negative things that will hinder you from manifesting the things you truly want.
If you want to make gratitude a part of your day, below are some things you can do.
This specific exercise aligns with journaling and affirmations or both.
All you need to do is find two people you want to express thanks to.
For instance, you can thank a friend or loved one for their unfailing support or you can thank someone for being nice to you.
Each time you do this, create a thoughtful and appreciative social presence so you will attract more kindness and love into your life.
Journaling involves doing the gratitude exercise in written form.
One benefit of gratitude journaling is you can look back at your journal at any time and reconnect with the things that make you feel grateful.
This is very powerful when you are experiencing challenging times.
To do gratitude journaling, list five or ten things each day and focus on how grateful you are for them.
Each morning when you wake up or before you go to sleep, say “I am grateful for ___” at least five times.
You won’t have to focus on anything grand, just on things that bring you true joy and happiness.
Examples include a good conversation, great health, the weather, your pet, and so on.
Anything that will inspire you to be grateful is fair game.
Over to You
The importance of doing daily gratitude exercises cannot be overstated.
If you want to make your Law of Attraction practice even more potent, adding a daily gratitude exercise to your practice is one of the best things you can do.
A gratitude practice can be done three ways:
- Gratitude Expressions
- Gratitude Journaling
- Gratitude Affirmations
Pick a practice you are comfortable with and make it a part of your daily practice and you will not only raise your vibration dramatically, you will also attract more things to be grateful for.