It’s the day before Thanksgiving, do you know where your gratitude list is?
Thanksgiving is a perfect time to reinforce the very powerful principle of gratitude. What we focus on expands, so it makes sense to focus on things for which we are grateful, instead of the opposite. Even if you have suffered some setbacks this year, think of how you can perceive things differently. How can you make lemonade out of lemons? Being grateful sets very powerful laws in motion, laws for your good.
If you don’t have a gratitude list, start one today. Add at least one item to the list every day for 66 days. Why 66? I did some research and while it’s not conclusive, it is one of the lengths of time mentioned that will firmly establish a habit in your life. And if you can have a habit of gratitude, you be in the flow to create more of that for which you are grateful.
Some days you might find it difficult to find something for which to be grateful. Find something. It doesn’t have to be big, it can be perforated toilet paper if you can’t come up with anything else.
So take some time on this day before Thanksgiving, amidst the shopping and preparing for the big meal, and remember to be grateful.