Universal Laws: The Law Of Gratitude

Of all the universal laws, the Law of Gratitude could very well be one, if not the, most important. Within this law is the inherent idea that we must be appreciative for what we receive. Of course, this means that there is someone or something to be grateful to, which leads open our acceptance of a Creator.

This law is one of many encompassed within the overreaching Law of Attraction. Good energy attracts good energy, and when you are experiencing a feeling of being grateful, you cannot help but put out positive energy. Moreover, we are only thankful for things we want in our lives, so we begin to naturally place more focus on other things we want, attracting that energy to us.

When being grateful, it is important to make the distinction between that feeling and the feeling of satisfaction. Many people have the understand that being satisfied means a total completeness that is without concern for anything more than the present. In actuality, this is not the case.

Learn to be satisfied and grateful, though not complacent. In that way, you can be happy for what you have, while staying open and grateful for the possibilities of an even greater future. This is the key.

One feature of gratitude that is often overlooked is forgiveness. We must be able to forgive not only others, but ourselves as well. When we have really forgiven, we are able to feel grateful for their existence; if we do not feel grateful for a person’s existence, then we have not truly forgiven them.

Applying the Law of Gratitude to our everyday life means forgiving and accepting. When we forgive others and are grateful for their existence in our lives, we will put out a more positive energy, which in turn attracts more positive energy to us. However, it is important to remember that while this is a great way to view the universe, inherent in this law is also the acknowledgement of our Creator.

Discover more about the law of gratitude and see how you can use the law of attraction in your life.

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