A Grateful Heart Is A Magnet For Miracles
Many of us express gratitude by saying “thank you” to someone who has helped us or given us a gift. From a scientific perspective, however, gratitude is not just an action: it is also a positive emotion similar to appreciation, and positive psychology research has found neurological reasons why so many people can benefit from this general practice of expressing thanks for our lives, even in times of challenge and change.
Cultivating a gratitude mindset can also help you experience greater levels of growth, happiness, positivity and joy, whilst experiencing less stress, overwhelm and negativity. It’s actually easier than you may think to develop a gratitude mindset and build daily habits that support a gratitude practice.
The benefits of practicing gratitude are nearly endless. Gratitude doesn’t have to be saved for the “big” things in life. The habit of being grateful starts with appreciating every good thing in life and recognizing that there is nothing too small for you to be thankful for.
A gratitude mindset can change your life. By expressing more gratitude and appreciation, you are focused on what you have rather than what you don’t have.