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Chapter 10 – Gratitude Guidelines

Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.”
Cicero – Roman author, orator, & politician (106 BC – 43 BC)

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”
William Arthur Ward – American author, editor, pastor and teacher (1921 – 1994)

Chapter Overview


Gratitude Guidelines

How do you practice gratitude?

Manipulation. How might gratitude be disguised as manipulation? How does gratitude advance your ability to receive MORE with less effort?

In this course, we explore the truth in the old saying, “change your mind, change your world.”

Complete the exercises in this course to more fully understand:

  • the difference between gratitude and manipulation.
  • how manipulation prevents you form receiving MORE with less effort.
  • ways to dissolve pain associated with lack (not enough)
  • how genuine giving always returns MORE to you than you could ever imagine.

Practicing genuine gratitude rapidly shifts life from thinking there’s never enough to FEELING there’s always SO MUCH!


Team Clarity Members

Team Seeker Members

Exercise 30: Thankfulness Or Gratitude?
Team Clarity Class
Team Seeker Classes 1, 2


Exercise 31: A Lesson Learned is Wisdom Earned
Team Clarity Class
Team Seeker Class


Exercise 32: More Thanks & Gratitude
Team Clarity Class
Team Seeker Class


Exercise 33: Worth Passport® Page 10
Team Clarity Classes 1, 2
Team Seeker Classes 1, 2

In the comment box below:

  • share some ideas on what you expect you’ll learn in this course based on what you heard and read above.
  • After completing these exercises, visit your comment and Reply to it with that you actually learned.

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3 thoughts on “Chapter 10 – Gratitude Guidelines

  1. The “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving It” quote made me think of how gratitude feels to me. It feels like a bubble about to burst or a welling up of a warm, wonderful feeling that engulfs you inside and out that, just has to spill forth. So if one was to keep that to himself and not share it or express the wonderful gratitude they feel inside, the rest of the world would be missing the love it held.

  2. One of the things that I have been made aware of is that the more you focus on something the more it will be drawn to you. So it would only make sense to me that focusing on and being more aware of the times that we are grateful and how often we feel genuinely grateful would bring more of that feeling into our lives also.
    To me being thankful and being grateful are pretty much the same thing. If I had to clarify a difference I would say that to me being grateful is taking being thankful just a step further and with a deeper appreciation for something.

    1. Awesome observations Cheryl! Once again, do you notice how we draw attention to the difference between breadth and depth in each step of our journey? We begin at the surface. We dive as deep as you wish to dive based on levels of comfort, capacity and care. Sometimes we swim so deep so quickly, we didn’t notice we grew gills – right?

      Fascinating how deep rewiring happens while floating on the surface – ehh? (Did any of this make any sense?)

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