Having an attitude of gratitude prepares your mind to receive new possibilities and potentials. In saying "Thank you" you give your thanks, your acknowledgement, in return for what you have received. In turn, you receive more and give more through your gratitude.
A gratitude attitude paves a way to peace of mind as well. Gaining peace of mind as an ongoing continuous experience takes most of us time to cultivate. That's because it involves thinking and thoughts. Patterns of negative thinking need to dissolve. New supportive patterns of positive thought grow in their place.
Fertilize your ground. Weed your negative patterns with this simple and good therapeutic remedy: the healing art of giving thanks.
Yes. Saying "Thank you" is medicinal.
Over time this exercise helps. It gently softens and dissolves negative belief patterns that no longer support you. It also helps to rebuild positive belief patterns that do support you.
It improves your mental health, too. What is mental health? It's a healthy mind that's thinking, feeling and acting in alignment with what has meaning for you.
The Attitude of Gratitude exercise can be used in combination with other pain and stress reduction techniques that resonate for you.
But don't take my word for it - test it for yourself.
Let's shift. And reclaim your calm.
You will need:
So the following daily before you go to bed for 4 weeks. It takes about 5 minutes. Though you can spend as much time as you like on it.
This exercise helps you cultivate mental well being. It increases your experience of mental wellness. Change begins with becoming aware of what you need support in. Take another step in your wellness revolution today.