Do you ever struggle to feel gratitude?
If you do, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, many of my students do too.
Yet, what they don’t realize is that they struggle to recognize the feeling of gratitude because they spend most of their time feeling stress, frustration, and negativity.
But here's what’s most interesting: once you start feeling even a tiny bit of gratitude where you begin to appreciate and feel thankful, something remarkable happens.
Gratitude has its own emotional signature… It's that feeling you get when you're receiving something, or when something good has happened to you or is happening right now.
It's like saying "thank you" to life because you're receiving its gifts.?
But here's the challenge: you have to keep that positive state of mind and body throughout your entire day, no matter what's happening around you, no matter how strongly those old emotional habits try to pull you back, and no matter how much time passes.?
And guess what? When you can maintain this state long enough, get ready for some REAL magic because unexpected things start happening!
Synchronicities, coincidences, opportunities… They come to you without you having to chase them down. It's like the universe delivers them right to your doorstep.
To help you get into this powerful vibrational state all year long, I’ve handpicked my favorite gratitude quotes for you. Hope you enjoy them!
Feeling gratitude despite our circumstances is not always easy…
So I've created an ingenious solution (if I do say so myself) to help you start savoring the benefits of gratitude in your life.
It's one of our most popular training systems called Rich With Gratitude.
In it, you'll find a set of terrific tools and techniques for smoothly and joyfully turning gratitude into an effortless daily habit.
* An immersive Gratitude Guided Meditation
* A specialized Gratitude Mind Movie
* A collection of the most powerful Gratitude Affirmations
* Your Digital Daily Gratitude Journal
(Plus it's a whole lot easier than flossing your teeth, I promise.)
Thousands of people are taking us up on this one - and I highly suggest you do too: