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Best Way to Show Gratitude Apart from Giving Gag Gifts

One of the most common ways to show your gratitude is to present gifts to yourself or others. If you wish to also put a smile in the receiver’s face, then you should even consider gag gifts. These types of gifts are hilarious, and can help to brighten up a person’s day. In fact, you should visit 786 Gifts to find all the top gag gifts for yourself and your loved ones.

Now, what if I told you that there is another way to show gratitude apart from just gag gifts? Well, that way is what I call the “thank you” gratitude walking game technique. The “thank you” gratitude walking game is a hybrid of the “Thank You Game” and the “Gratitude Walk Game” for which I credit Carol Look, an expert in attracting abundance through Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).

The “The Thank You Game” enables you to raise your positive vibration by getting you to list out loud or on paper the people and things you are appreciative about. The “Gratitude Walk Game” gets you to take a walk while reciting positive affirmations to yourself. The purpose of this game though is to keep track of staying positive and noticing how easy it is to slip back into negative thinking.

My hybrid “thank you” gratitude walking game will enable you to do the following:

  • Gradually increase and raise your positive vibration and vibes in a matter of seconds.
  • Tune your mind to positive thoughts while at the same time enable you to observe how easy it is to return to your negative thoughts if you do not control them.
  • Propel you to develop a deep sense of gratitude by truly and deeply appreciating yourself and the people and things around you.

The “Thank You” Gratitude Walking Process Revealed

The process involves two major parts, namely identifying the people and things you are appreciative about, and attracting the feeling of gratitude. First, you need to identify clearly and intricately all the people and things you are truly and deeply appreciative about. Next, list down “thank you” sentences for the people and things you have identified on a piece of paper, notepad or book. There is no limit to how long your list should be.

For example, a simple sentence can be, “I truly, deeply thank you {name of person/thing} for being in my life. I sincerely appreciate you {name of person / thing} for being in my life. I am extremely thankful, joyful and excited that you {name of person/thing} are in my life.”

Bring your list with you and take a walk between 5 and 30 minutes either in your home or outdoors while repeating out loud the thank you sentences you have written earlier. Constantly keep track of staying positive and observe carefully how easy it is to slip back into negative thinking. Let the flow of positive affirmations come naturally to you, but at the same time notice how often you resort to your laundry list of gripes.

Tips When Performing This Technique

  • DO NOT fake or make up your feelings of gratitude. If you are not grateful for someone or something like your family, financial situation, etc, do not attempt to write it down on your list.
  • If you are wary of people or strangers observing you while you say out loud the positive affirmations, then say them softly to yourself. Once those people are out of your sight, then continue reciting the positive affirmations out loud.