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Gratitude is one of the most powerful tools in the world because it allows us to find the light, love, and lessons in everything and everyone. Whether we are looking at the past, present, or future, viewing events and people with a lens of gratitude is key to ensuring a positive outlook on life. Here are four strategies that anyone can use to tap into gratitude daily, as well as lead a happier and more fulfilling life.

Gratitude Should Be an Everyday Practice

One of the easiest ways to change our lives is to say thank you every night and morning. This simple act can help us to cultivate a positive perspective on life by helping us to focus on the things we’re more grateful for, but many of us fail to do it consistently. Having a consistent practice each day, such as keeping a gratitude journal or saying thank you, helps gratitude to become a part of our subconscious and unconscious self.

Being Thankful Makes Our Past Brighter

We should not only be paying attention to what we’re grateful for in the present. By focusing on the positive aspects of our past experiences, we can avoid creating unnecessary resistance and obstacles for ourselves in our current path. Gratitude allows us to give beneficial meanings to our past experiences, influencing our future in a positive direction.

Gratitude For The Future is Faith

We must also have faith that what is occurring today, which immediately becomes the past, is going to be protecting and promoting us, leading us to a better future than we could conceive. When we don’t have the faith that we’re being led to a better situation than we were before, we can start moving in the wrong trajectory and unknowingly creating resistance between us and what we want. Having faith empowers us to deal with any voids, shortages and obstacles that we experience along the way.

Forgiveness and Accountability Are Other Powerful Tools

In order to help us get to where we want to be or better, we must also utilize forgiveness and accountability in conjunction with gratitude. For the times we get caught up in the needs of our ego, such as the need to be right or the need to be offended, practicing forgiveness is key to moving on. When we also take accountability for learning from the situations or circumstances that we experience, we ensure that we are progressing and getting closer to our true potential.

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