Gratitude is one of the most powerful feelings you can experience. I say it is powerful because it has the power to kick out negative thoughts and replace them with more positive outlook. If you practice the art of being grateful of where you are, and who you are, naturally your first thought when things happen won’t automatically be negative. Your mind will naturally run to the ‘at least I….’ rather than ‘why are things in my life …’.
There is power in the way we think. How we think governs what we do and how we see the world. When we see the world through the eyes of gratitude, we appreciate the smallest of things such a tree growing through the seasons. We become grateful for having another day, grateful of nature around us, grateful for our own strength to keep going. Practicing gratitude doesn’t mean all your problems will go away. It just means when they do occur, you view them with eyes of gratitude and not self pity. You have the power to keep going, because you can see the light at the end of the tunnel
Here is a challenge, each morning state 3 things you are grateful for. Before you go to bed, state another 3 things that you were/are grateful about that day. #gratitudechallenge
Before you know it, you will realise there is more to be happy about in life