The Ritual Of Gratitude

The Ritual Of Gratitude

Setting aside time daily for practising gratitude, for the littlest of things life has bestowed us with, can have a profound effect on our minds and our lives. Things to be grateful for:

  • Being alive and able to breathe.
  • Being healthy.
  • Having a circle of family and friends.
  • Ability to read, listen to music, see, and enjoy the world.
  • The good food that one can eat.
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During the most painful days, or when one is upset, is procrastinating, sick or injured, or having relationship issues, it is easy to forget the good parts, and therefore extremely important to 'balance the scales' by remembering what you are grateful for.

Be thankful for having the energy and power to heal, for the time provided to you on this planet, and for the way challenges help you grow wiser.

One chooses to be grateful, focusing on the little miracles of life, no matter what the circumstances.

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Being Grateful For Your Job
  • In the 2020 debacle in terms of job and income loss, people who are employed feel a certain pressure to be grateful for it, and even have a measure of real gratitude. Many are thankful that they are still hired, still getting paid every month.
  • Jobs provided post-pandemic seem prized, with candidates in awe of the fact that they are being considered, shortlisted and interviewed, when jobs are so scarce.
  • While being grateful for what we have is a positive emotion with real benefits, there is a downside to this gratefulness, as it makes a person willing to endure unwelcome situations at work.

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Gratitude shifts your mindset
  • When you’re stuck in a problem mentality you miss out on all the opportunities for solutions that are knocking on your door every day, simply because you don’t even hear them or see them.
  • When you focus on who helped you and what opportunities arose, you will be more confident that you are well taken care of and capable of succeeding with all the help that surrounds you.
It is a really good idea to force yourself into a positive frame of mind at least once per day. No matter what happens each day, when you sit down for dinner, think about the good in your life for at least a few seconds. 
Positive thinking opens your eyes to more opportunities.

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