Scientific benefits of GRATITUDE:
Makes you more optimistic
Boosts your mood
Helps you to work harder
Makes relationships stronger
Helps you sleep better
Makes you have greater self appreciation
Helps you to forgive
Helps you make new friends
Makes you less aggressive
Helps you to cope with hard life events
Makes you less materialistic
Makes you trust others more
Helps you to achieve your goals
Gives you more willpower
Makes your grades better
Keeps your heart healthy
Helps you enjoy what you are doing
We often hear about the power of gratitude for creating a more positive and happy mental state. But did you know that regularly expressing gratitude may make you a happier person?
The reason is simple:
When you feel happiness, the central nervous system is affected. You are more peaceful, less reactive, and less resistant. And gratitude is the most effective practice for stimulating feelings of happiness.
Did you know that our brains have a negativity bias? It is easier to see the negative than the positive, which is why you have to build your gratitude muscle in your brains as a daily practice. Gratitude is feeling good for what you have right now. Gratitude for the people in your life. Gratitude for all good things that are available to you in this moment. Being grateful isn’t an idea you stick on a Post-It note for a quick shot of feel-good. Gratitude can transform you. It can pull you out of negativity and give you a renewed sense of purpose and joy. And the simplest way to practice gratitude is to turn it into a daily habit— Gratitude also needs to be shared because if it can change you, then it can also have the power to connect and change communities! Thank you for your purchase and for your commitment to make the world a happier place, starting with YOU!