Welcome to the Inconvenient Gratitude Exercise! Grab a pen and paper and get started.
Sometimes, our minds feel like a busy train station. So many thoughts are coming and going that we can’t seem to focus on what’s in front of us.
One of the amazing superpowers of gratitude is its ability to help us fight off anxiety.
It has been proven that our brains are constantly changing throughout our lives and that we can control these changes with certain activities.
We often think of gratitude solely as an emotion. Feeling grateful can lead to feeling happy; both are heavily sought after emotions.
Practicing mindfulness in our day to day lives is the key to boosting happiness and well-being.
The Webster definition of gratitude is an emotion of the heart, excited by a favor or benefit received; a sentiment of kindness or goodwill toward a benefactor; thankfulness.
https://youtu.be/693T4Mn3xhA How to do a Loving Kindness Meditation: Begin by sitting in a comfortable position.Relax your shoulders, lower your tongue from the roof of your mouth.Close your eyes.Sharpen up your attention by bringing it to your breath. Covering each breath of air with your complete attention.Then bring your attention to your visual field under your […]
The world’s first happiness museum is now open in Denmark. Check it out to see what you’ll find inside 🙂
Research from the University College London shows the effectiveness of using hobbies to boost mental health.