Jumaat, 29 Julai 2011

What's the hardest part of the law of attraction?

For me, I think it's gratitude.

Gratitude also happens to be crucial to
developing a prosperity mentality.

Gratitude helps you focus on what you have right
now, so you can attract more of it.

Are you overweight? It's hard to be thankful for
that. But can you walk and move around?

Can you see and hear?

There are many things about your body that you
can be thankful for even if you are depressed
about your weight or have a disease.

Are you broke? Find something in your financial
situation for which you have gratitude, no matter
how small it is.

Maybe you found an extra $10 cash you didn't know
you had and were able to get gas.

Maybe a $500 check came unexpectedly from a
family member.

Maybe the problem with the fridge suddenly
resolved itself and you don't have to call a
repair person.

There are any number of things like this each day.

Here's another bonus: when you are thinking about
what you are grateful for you aren't thinking
about what you lack.

So even if you're grateful for the small amount
of money you currently have, you're still
thinking about cash, not about what you don't
have. This puts you in a position to attract more
cash.

See how that works?

If you can have that kind of gratitude, then you
can really make progress if you go one step
further:

Be grateful for the challenges and adversity too.

You don't dwell on the challenge, such as being
overweight, when you express gratitude for it.

Instead you dwell on the lessons you are learning
from the struggle.

Because it's those lessons that will help shift
your mindset from scarcity to prosperity.

Warmly
Richard
Thursday, 28 July, 2011 2:12 PM

P. S. Here's a great quote about gratitude: ""A
thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue,
but the parent of all other virtues." -Marcus Tullius Cicero

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