March 14, 2024

How To Feel Gratitude – 6 Secrets to Manifest Your Dreams

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Learning how to feel gratitude can be a game-changer: it has powerful influence, from improving your mental health to boosting our relationships with others.

When you practice gratitude helps you notice the small wins— getting parking space easily, getting compliment from your Boss, or the sun shining through your window when you wake up in the morning. 

this are little things to be grateful for in life. Each of these small moments strings together to create a web of well-being that, over time, strengthens your ability to feel good.

Learning how to feel gratitude isn’t hard. It just takes some effort. The more you can bring your attention to things you feel grateful for, the more you’ll notice to feel grateful for!

This step-by-step guide will teach you 6 powerful ways on how to feel gratitude and get what you want from the universe.

#1. How To Feel Gratitude And Signal The Universe For Attracting Your Dreams.

When people first learn about the Law of Attraction and the immense power of their thoughts, their first question is often about how to communicate with the Universe in a way that will guarantee they attract good things instead of bad ones.

And the best answer for accomplishing this always comes down to feeling GRATITUDE.

If the only new habit you ever added to your life was gratitude, you’d already have everything you needed to begin manifesting the life that you love.

Thinking about the things you’re grateful for each and every day is one of the most powerful practices you can ever do.

And if you could only just stop worrying about what isn’t here yet, and start appreciating what is, everything in your life would turn around and improve.

Every time you say, “I’m grateful for that.” or “I appreciate that.” or “I really like that.” -- you’re moving energy and creating space for more of what you like to be pulled in toward you. It’s universal law

This is especially effective because it’s impossible to appreciate one thing and worry about something else at the same time.

So every second spent in practicing gratitude (of anything at all) is also a moment spent drawing whatever you want toward you, rather than inviting what you don’t want instead.

More than most any other positive emotion out there, gratitude is the key to truly manifesting your desires because of the message that feeling automatically broadcasts to the Universe. You see, when you simply “wish” for something, you’re actually pushing it away from you.

This is because the act of “wishing” only reaffirms energetically that you don’t have it, which then instantly instructs the Universe to keep it away from you.

Gratitude, on the other hand, affirms a state of being in which your desire has already been given to you -- which then automatically draws that desire into your manifested physical reality.

If the only thing you did every day was feel grateful more often than you felt any negative emotion at all, everything in your life would improve. Your health, your finances, your relationships -- everything!

This paragraph may very well be the most important thing you read in this entire blog, so don’t just gloss over it. This is the key to everything!

The best part is that once you have a little practice under your belt, feeling genuine gratitude for even the smallest things in your life becomes very easy (and very enjoyable) to do.

And before you know it, you’re manifesting things you’ve waited years for. This why gratitude is so powerful.

And this is why it’s one of the best things to have in your life each and every day. And since feeling gratitude is such a simple, easy, AND enjoyable thing to do, there’s absolutely NO reason why it shouldn’t be a daily part of your life.

#2. The Key To Feeling Gratitude (How To Actually “Do It”)

Gratitude is a core human emotion that’s very easy to access. There’s no trick to it.

If you’re worried for any reason that you’re not “doing it right”, that might just be another case of the ego doing its best to keep things the way they are

But there’s no “how” to actually worry about. You just do it.

Even so, if you still need a little more guidance anyway, an easy method for experiencing gratitude is to think of something you have right now that you don’t want to lose. And whatever it is - think of the reasons why you want to keep it.

#3. Appreciation is The Key To Feeling Gratitude

It’s impossible to feel grateful without feeling appreciation for the thing that you’re thinking about.

You’re brought directly into a state of gratitude because you’re now recognizing why these things are so valuable to you, why you want them, and therefore, why you’re grateful to have them. Simple as that.

Can’t think of anything off the top of your head?

  1. How about your paycheck. 
  2. The clothes you’re wearing. 
  3. The roof over your head.
  4. The food you eat.
  5. Your ability to read this guide.
  6. A pleasant memory that brings a smile to your face. 
  7. How about the air in your lungs.
  8. The last time someone did a favor for you.
  9. The last time you laughed out loud.
  10. Your bed that keeps you warm and comfortable every night.
  11. Your amazing heart that literally beats NONSTOP to distribute nutrients to other vital organs that are also working tirelessly for you.

#4. There’s SO MUCH to be Grateful For in Life.

It might seem difficult to appreciate where you’re living if you dislike your neighbors. But that roof and those walls still keep you warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and dry any time it ever rains.

And no matter how much you might not like your job or your boss, that paycheck you’re getting is still the reason you get to eat every day.

And it’s keeping you afloat while you figure out a way to get a better job (which is WAY more possible than you’ve been allowing yourself to realize until now). 

One of the methods you’ll read in the next few paragraphs actually leverages the things in your life that don’t please you, and shows you how to turn the situation around immediately, practice gratitude that very instant, and finally begin attracting all the things you’ve ever wanted.

Another method will give you the opportunity to attract future events into your life with the same level of certainty that you have for things that are already here. All of them will be useful. But none will be required.

So try them and learn how to be feel gratitude. Test them. Play around with them. Experiment. See which ones feel the best. Do them in a way that fits your schedule. 

The instructions will be clear and direct, but there’s always enough flexibility to modify them in simple ways to make them your own.

For example, if it doesn’t feel natural to begin a sentence with the words:

“I’m so happy and grateful now that…”, you can begin with “I’m very happy that…” or “I’m thankful that…” or “Thank you for…” 

Or whatever else fits in with how you naturally speak.

The bottom line is that these are powerful in a way that I could never describe in just words. So dive in. And have fun. Your first manifestation method is on the very next paragraph!

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#5. How To Feel Gratitude Using The Stacking Method 

The Gratitude Stacking Method for attracting your desires is as simple and direct as they come. It’s also a great exercise to do if you don’t have a lot of time. 

Step 1: Write out a list of things you’re grateful for. 

Step 2: Read through each item on your list. 

Step 3: As you’re reading them -- one at a time -- take 20-60 seconds (however long you personally prefer) to really feel the gratitude of whatever you’re describing. 

Feel free to write down anything that gives you a feeling of gratitude.

It can be a material possession that you own. It could be an event that you enjoyed. It could be a fun memory of someone or something.

Let your imagination soar and add anything that you’re inspired to. When you go through each “item” on your list, say it out loud if you’re alone.

But if you’re in a public place, and you don’t want to attract unwanted attention, you can just read it in your head instead.

As for how long this should take you, it’s really up to you since you decide how big you want your list to be.

You might have 10 things, or just 5, or if you’re really in a rush -- you might only write 3 things that day.

Whatever you put down, you can list things that have happened in the past, things you have now, or even things that you wish to have in the future.

Regardless of “when” each thing occurred, it should always be phrased in the PRESENT tense (even future events), and begin with wording similar to:

  • “Thank you for…” 
  • “I’m so happy and grateful for…”
  • “I’m so happy and grateful now that…”
  • “I’m so thankful now that…” “I’m so excited now that…”
  • “I’m grateful for…”

It’s called the ‘stacking’ method because you’re stacking a bunch of things on top of one another in one big list of gratitude.

The name also invites you to write larger lists when you have the time for them since a list with more items helps you get more momentum each time you do a session. The more you pile on, the better you feel.

The purpose of this method is simple: Regardless of whether your list is big or small, this serves as an easy way to guarantee you at least do SOMETHING every day to express gratitude and raise your vibration without it feeling inconvenient or being too time-consuming.

After all, ANYONE can take 60 seconds out to write a few things they’re grateful for no matter how busy their schedule is. But ten minutes is even better if they can spare it.

And since you get to decide how many things you’re going to write, you can be as thorough as you want to without it feeling rushed.

After you give yourself enough practice with this, you’ll begin to experience deeper and more profound feelings of gratitude.

#6. How To Feel Gratitude Using The Time-Lapse Method.

This method is basically a gratitude “stack” that includes the same number of past, present, and future things -- but all jumbled in a random order so that the future ones aren’t all at the end of the list.

Your best bet for getting the most out of this exercise is to make sure you’re stacking at least 15 different things that you’re grateful for.

Begin by writing a list of:

  • At least 5 “things” you’ve had in your past.
  • At least 5 “things” you have in your present.
  • At least 5 “things” you want to have in your future.

A “thing” could be a physical object, a goal you achieved (or want to achieve), an event you experienced (or want to experience), or anything else positive that has happened in your life (or will happen).

Regardless of whether they’re past events, current events, or future events -- for each of them, use statements that express gratitude in the PRESENT tense.

For example:

  • “Thank you for…” 
  • “I’m so happy and grateful for…”
  • “I’m so happy and grateful now that…”
  • “I’m so thankful now that…”
  • “I’m so grateful for…”

Once your list is complete, mix it up so that it’s not in chronological order anymore. For example:

  1. Present thing/event
  2. Past thing/event
  3. Future thing/event
  4. Present thing/event
  5. Past thing/event
  6. Present thing/event
  7. Future thing/event
  8. Future thing/event
  9. Past thing/event
  10. Future thing/event
  11. Present thing/event
  12. Past thing/event
  13. Past thing/event
  14. Future thing/event
  15. Present thing/event

Once your list is ready, read through every item one at a time (out loud if you’re alone, or in your head if you’re in public).

As you go through each, take 20-60 seconds (however long you personally prefer) to really feel gratitude of whatever you’re describing.

To give you a little more clarity on this, let’s say for example:

  • -you CURRENTLY are making $90,000 per year
  •  -you FOUND your perfect apartment 3 years ago, and you’re still happy living there
  • -you WANT TO be promoted to Vice President of the company you work for -you CURRENTLY are in a happy committed relationship

In this situation, if you’re using the sample order as above, the first four statements on your gratitude list might be stated on the following way (all present tense):

  1.  “I’m so happy and grateful to be making $90,000 a year.”
  2. “Thank you for the perfect apartment I found that I’m still happily living in.”
  3. “I’m so grateful for my promotion to Vice President of my company.”
  4. “I’m so happy and grateful that I’m in such a happy and committed relationship.” 

This may seem simple, but it is VERY, VERY POWERFUL. The reason this method is so effective is because most of what’s on your list are things that have already manifested in your actual reality.

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