That miracle called gratitude.

Updated: Mar 5, 2020

In a world where emotions aren’t really taught in our society and the importance is mainly put on striving for more and better, it can be hard to feel grateful. Especially in the western world, which is full of consumerism and competition, a world where we constantly feel we need to strive for more in order to feel good. Like many of us, I was always looking for external factors to experience joy and happiness, when really it’s all related to internal work. This is something science is just starting to grasp as well. Having an attitude of gratitude changes the molecular structure of the brain, keeps gray matter functioning, and makes us healthier and happier. When you feel happiness, the central nervous system is affected. You are more peaceful, less reactive and less resistant. Gratitude causes miracles to appear in your life. Exactly one year ago I started to write down what I’m grateful for. Every morning - for more than 60 days in a row. I can tell from my personal experience that everything has shifted for the better. I felt more ease and joy on a day to day base and I felt things started to happing fór me instead of me working to get it. My life completely changed. Gratitude is one of the most powerful feelings we can practice in order to change our reality. What do you do to practice gratitude?

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