3 Reasons Why Gratitude Is Important

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By focusing on and compiling a list of the things that you are grateful for in

your life actually accomplishes a few extremely effective things at the same time.


#1 It allows you to bring into your awareness the good things that are happening

in your life on a day to day basis, and with repetition, will take your focus off

of what you perceive as the negative aspects of any situation.

It’s purpose is to put you more into a mind set of finding that you really do have

good, positive things happening to you in all areas of your life, and shifts the

focus off of what you perceive to be negative.

It’s no secret that life can deal what to be a bad hand sometimes,

but if you will look hard for it, you can find the good in any situation.

Sometimes the answer isn’t readily available, but just the knowing that all things

happen for the greater good, is enough to keep you from falling into resistance,

and keep it from getting worse.


#2 By shifting the focus off of only the negative aspect of a situation, you are

able to see more clearly the positive things that can come out of this situation,

which in turn puts you into more of a vibrational state that will attract the

things that you desire.


#3 While you are doing this procedure, it is automatically rewriting the negative

script that you have allowed to be placed in your subconscious and replacing it

with positive and productive scripting that will deliver to you, more positive and

productive outcomes.

  • Arnie Forman | Jan 24, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    This idea of gratitude is exemplified in Luke 17 when Jesus blesses the Samaritan leper for returning to thank Jesus for healing him. The other nine lepers who were healed did not stop to thank Him and misses the blessing.

  • Lawrence Ruiz | Jun 25, 2019 at 2:31 am

    On the same note of Ms. Forman,

    Being thankful will give us total restoration and prepare us for
    bigger and greater things like advancement and promotion.
    Psalms 75:6-7

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