Gratitude is the easiest way to self-generate positive emotion, increases your energy, and enhances your mood.
Think about it--when you feel discouraged, sick, or sad, there is little energy in your body. You don't accomplish much because you don't feel like accomplishing much. On the contrary, when your mood is elevated, high energy follows, and you become more optimistic and mentally balanced, in a short period of time, you are able to accomplish more.
With this 14-Day Gratitude Practice, you will be able to evoke feelings of gratitude and appreciation in you, along with a call to action to help you prolong those feelings and benefit your well-being in these challenging times. Learn fun ways to fuel your energy with positivity that will expand your perception and help build the resources you need to move forward.
Gratitude opens the door to better relationships, improves physical and mental health, enhances empathy, and reduces aggression. Don't you think that you deserve these benefits, which ultimately will cascade down in a magical ripple effect to those you come into contact with?
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This is a 52-day gratitude practice using cards. There is one card for each day which will allow you to reflect and raise your awareness of all the blessings inside you and around you. This is my gift to you. A warm invitation for you to experience it, enjoy it, embrace it, and pass it along to those you love, so it becomes YOUR gift of gratitude.
Gratitude is a powerful elevated positive emotion that allows us to enjoy the great things in life, inside us and around us. Life, for example, is the greatest gift of all. We have been blessed with life, with the opportunity to experience this amazing world we call planet Earth. When we are grateful, our attention shifts to all that is positive in our lives, and our energy follows which means you will engage in activities that will feel good. The Greater Good Science Center (University of California Berkeley) offers plenty of information on the benefits of a gratitude practice (check their white paper “The Science of Gratitude” published in 2018).
If you would like to measure the impact on your level of wellbeing, I recommend you take a happiness or gratitude test before and after the practice to see improvement in results for yourself. The University of Pennsylvania’s Authentic Happiness Questionnaire Center surveys, such as the General Happiness Scale, Gratitude Survey, or Satisfaction with Life Scale developed by their Positive Psychology Center. I will be conducting research with 100 people, which will be documented with before and after results. If you would like to participate, please drop us a line.
Are you truly grateful for the good things in your life—or do you take them for granted?
Grateful people are happy people, research shows. But how grateful are you? To find out—and discover steps for promoting even more gratitude in your life—take this quiz, which is based on a scale developed by psychologists Mitchel Adler and Nancy Fagley.