Gratitude Practice, by Stephanie
Gratitude isn't something to celebrate only on Thanksgiving.
For many of us, it's how we live, or strive to live.
Being grateful is being joyful! Easy, no?
So, I decided to come up with a simple game to help keep me on the path of gratitude.
As I speak about in my book, Reclaiming JOY, how we are being (grateful or not, loving or not...)
determines the quality of our doing...and this is how we experience life. It's a big deal!!!
Here's the game:
1. Grab paper and pen (or your cell phone).
2. Set a timer for 5 minutes.
3. Write down as many kind words as possible about yourself that begin with theletter of your first name. (I.e. Stephanie: Still, Silly, Self-Loving). The key is to write words you "know" you are...and even more importantly, write words you wish to become.
4. For the rest of the year, look at this every morning and night. Add to it!
Extra Credit: Share and play this game with a spouse, partner, child, friend, co-worker...etc.
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Gratitude is good for a person, especially when he practices it every day. Before practicing gratitude, it is important for you to understand what it actually means to be grateful. Gratitude is not the thing that you can only practice, it is the thing that you can feel as well. Developing a positive thinking pattern will help you to express gratitude. And to develop a positive thinking patter, you have to eliminate your negative reflections- https://www.reginafasold.com/blog/how-to-defeat-your-self-limiting-beliefs/ .
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