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Practising Gratitude



Gratitude has great benefits, from enhancing our mental health to strengthening our interpersonal relationships. In our thoughtful approach to thankfulness, we'll show you how to be more grateful.

Gratitude practice can be transformative, with benefits ranging from improved mental health to improved interpersonal connections. Gratitude helps you appreciate the small victories in life, such as the bus arriving on time, a stranger holding the door for you, or the sun shining through your window when you wake up. Each of these small moments adds up to a web of happiness that enhances your ability to see the positive over time.

The more you can focus on what you are glad for, the more you will notice things to be grateful for!

Begin by looking around. Take note of the thanks you express. How much of an automatic reaction is it? Is it an afterthought or a quick aside? When you express gratitude in tiny interactions, how do you feel? Stressed, tense, and a touch sloppy? Check your body to see if you're already physically moving on to your next interaction.

Each day, choose one encounter. Stop for a moment and take note of your instinct to say "thank you." Can you express your gratitude for something other than the gesture itself? Then express gratitude.


Ways to Practice Daily Gratitude


Focusing on gratitude is one of the most effective methods to reprogram your brain for more joy and less stress.

  • Keep A Gratitude Journal

Journal your gratitude. Make it a regular habit to remind yourself of the blessings, grace, benefits, and positive things you have. You can weave a sustained theme of gratitude into your life by recalling moments of gratitude related with commonplace happenings, your own traits, or important persons in your life.

  • Express Appreciation

Express Your Appreciation to Others. Gratitude has been shown to build relationships in studies. So, the next time your partner, friend, or family member accomplishes something you admire, make sure to express your gratitude.

  • Mind Your Language

Watch what you say. Grateful people speak in a specific linguistic style that includes words like gifts, givers, blessings, blessed, fortune, fortunate, and abundant. You should focus your gratitude on the essentially excellent things that others have done on your behalf, rather than on how inherently good you are.

  • Feel and raise your vibration

Follow the steps. Smiling, saying thank you, and sending letters of gratitude are all examples of grateful actions. You can increase the frequency with which you feel grateful by "going through the motions."


Effects of Practising Gratitude

  1. Boosts your mental health

  2. It helps you accept change

  3. It can also relieve stress

People who practice gratitude are reported to be:

  • More optimism

  • Greater goal attainment

  • Decreased anxiety and depression, among other health benefits.

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