21 Days of Gratitude with Self-Reflection
November 1st, 2017.
Gratitude has a powerful impact on our unconscious mind, mental health, and physical health.
The law of attraction tells us that we will attract into our life the things we think about and focus on. If we are focused on what we want, we will attract what we want; if we are focused on what we don’t want, we will continue to get what we don’t want.
Most people focus on what’s wrong, what’s lacking, and what they don’t have. This leads to feelings of always wanting or needing more, never being fully satisfied with where they are.
What we really need is to shift to a more positive state, and ask focus on what we actually want. We begin this entire process with gratitude.
What gratitude does for us is it turns what we have into enough and it allows us to reflect on the present moment. Gratitude aligns you with what you want to bring into your life – when we think about what we are thankful for, those things are usually things we enjoy or love, therefore attracting more of that into your life.
- Gratitude is a mental state changer – when we practice gratitude, it unconsciously evokes feelings of happiness and peace.
- Gratitude is symbolic – it leaves us feeling as though we are connecting with whatever or whoever it is we are thankful for on an unconscious level. We are too often caught up in the negatives and forget about all the good we truly have surrounding us and an abundant amount of things to be grateful for.
Allow the 21 Days of Gratitude and Self-Reflection challenge to guide you down a new path that helps you to focus on the things you want to bring into your life which will leave you with a sense of happiness, inner peace, and feelings of abundance.
In our 21 Days of Gratitude and Self Reflection, you will receive an email, each day for 21 days, discussing the day’s gratitude/self-reflection focus. There will be a gratitude focus for the morning, self reflection questions to be journaled, as well as an evening reflection.
November 1st, 2017.