If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know I’ve recently been posting about gratitude and how to stay positive and happy. That’s why, I decided to write a post about the Gratitude Journal. This is a recent discovery and my main tool for staying positive and content.
Writing a gratitude journal has been popular for a while. Although I’ve heard about it for as long as I can remember, I greatly underestimated its value and capability to change and uplift one’s mood.
My Gratitude Journal Experience
I started writing my own gratitude journal about two weeks ago. I can’t tell you how this simple ritual can positively enhance one’s day, wellness and surroundings.
In the first day that I wrote in a gratitude journal, I felt that connecting with others was so easy and smooth. Unlike on other days, when I can find it difficult to connect, be positive or even engage is small talk with other humans!
Another great advantage of writing a gratitude journal is that you will notice that things will start to fall into place and everything is just flowing – in alignment with the Universe and its magical ways. You will start to attract more positive things in your life and the right elements, people and situations will all work in your favor and in alignment with your goals and aspirations.
I now feel completely disoriented and lost when I skip a day of writing in my journal. I also tend to feel a bit down and low. Writing a gratitude journal has powerful ways of making us feel positive, centered and connected to the world and everyone around us.
How to Write in a Gratitude Journal
When writing in my journal every morning, I follow two simple rules:
1) I thank the Universe for all of the small and big things that I currently have in my life.
2) I thank the Universe for the things that I want to manifest (as if I already have them).
In my case, these include things like: fame, a loving and supportive partner, being surrounded by positive people all the time and not being affected by anyone’s negative vibes.
Make it Part of Your Routine
You don’t need to allocate much time for writing a gratitude journal. As little as ten minutes each morning can do miracles to your wellbeing, thinking and eventually the rest of your day. I personally have made writing a gratitude journal part of my daily morning routine. I highly recommend that you do the same.
And remember: with gratitude, comes abundance. That’s the main rule. It truly works and does wonders to one’s mood, day and eventually life!
Try it and let me know what you think. If you already write a journal, please comment and let me know how it enhances your day and mood.
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