Gratitude Meditation

Gratitude MeditationRegularly expressing gratitude is a simple and amazing way to manifest into your physical world more of the good stuff that you want. It can quickly and effectively improve your health, well-being, relationships, lifestyle, etc. The practise of expressing gratitude promotes a more positive, hopeful and resilient mindset. The following gratitude meditation can help you get into the state of gratitude that will enable you raise your vibration and align you with the energies of manifestation.

Gratitude Meditation

-Prepare for the meditation- You can burn incense, play music, anything that you find helps you. Make sure you will not be disturbed for a short while.

-Make sure you are warm and in a comfortable position, this can be sitting or laying down.

-When you are ready focus on your breathing and begin to breathe slowly and easily, feeling any cares or worries draining away with each outward breath.

-Allow yourself to be in this pleasant state for a little while, just focusing on the breath, relaxing and letting go. There is no rush.

-Now begin to think of the things that you are grateful for in your life at the present moment.

-Begin to repeat each thing you are grateful for and say why, for example,

“I am grateful for my health because I can do so many wonderful things everyday.”

“I am grateful for my home because it keeps me safe, warm and dry.”

Repeat each statement 3 times, breathing slowly and deeply.

-Each time you repeat your statement, focus on your heart centre and feel gratitude expanding in your heart centre, with each repetition let the feeling of gratitude grow and grow. Allowing yourself to align with the vibration of gratitude.

-You can repeat as many or as few statements as you wish, but ensure that you feel the words you are using for each statement, filling them with conviction and gratitude.

-When you feel ready repeat the words “Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

-When you are ready to return, allow your words to fade, bring your attention back to your breathing, breathing slowly and easily.

-Gently move your hands, feet and body, take your time and have a drink of water.

 

This gratitude meditation will be most effective if you practise every day. It doesn’t take much time and can be an energising and liberating experience, aligning you with the vibration of gratitude and helping you draw more wonderful things into your life.

You may also be interested in reading Meditation for Positive Thinking.