Power is abundant in being grateful. Expressing your appreciation for something or someone creates energy, positive energy. Scientific data shows people who regularly practice feeling thankful can experience many health benefits. These benefits include deeper sleep, increased compassion for others, a stronger immune system, and more. Consider integrating some of these steps into your daily life practices:
Be Mindful by being aware of where you are and what you are doing. Really be present at the moment, listening intently to someone talking.
Keep a gratitude journal or bowl and write down something you are grateful for each day on a piece of paper to place in your bowl or journal. At the end of the week, reread your entries; feel your writings of gratitude. It's also nice to read these during times of challenge.
Try to remain positive and keep the glass half full. Work on keeping your thoughts and words to be positive in nature rather than negative.
Taking long, slow, deep inhales and slow exhales throughout the day will help center you and detox.
Always notice new things and situations that you can be grateful for. Silently state your gratitude as you breathe in and out. "Thank you for the beautiful day." "Thank you for my health."