Use The 4 Levels Of Gratitude To Level Up Your Happiness, Joy and Abundance

What does it take to be a Jedi Master of gratitude?

In todays episode of Mindset Hackers I will discuss the 4 Levels Of Gratitude and how expanding your practice of gratitude will lead to more happiness, joy and abundance in your life.

I've built a framework to help you see where you are and where you could be when it comes to practicing gratitude in your life.

I  will also share with you why a focus on gratitude can amplify your level of abundance because it helps your reticular activating system see the world with a different lens.

Level 1 - passively grateful and not often thinking about gratitude, or aware of what it can do. It comes when it comes.

Level 2 - awareness and adopting a mindfulness practice of seeking out things to be grateful for. Taking time each day to write down 3 things to be grateful for.

Level 3 - (Jedi Knight level) Gratitude becomes hard wired in the brain, a perpetual state of gratitude.

This is where I operate. I walk around and my mind is continually processing gratitude for everything around me, even things that I once categorized as 'bad'.

Level 4 - (Jedi Master of Gratitude) this is where you no longer need 'something' or 'someone' to create the feeling of gratitude. You just are.

Jedi Masters of Gratitude would be the ultimate masters of mindfulness like Deepak Chopra MD or The Dalai Lama.

Gratitude is the doorway to happiness and joy, it gives perspective and dissolves comparison.

What level of gratitude do you operate in?

"Gratitude opens up the doorway to the power of wisdom and the creativity of the Universe" - Deepak Chopra

"The roots of all goodness lie in the seeds of appreciation" - The Dalai Lama

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