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Learn to live with gratitude even in difficult times

Our mind is conditioned to give importance to the negative, but we can change it through gratitude.

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We live in tough times. The challenges that we face are complex, from the loss of human values ​​to the economic crisis. Still, there is always something to be thankful for.

Our mind is conditioned to give importance to the negative, but we can change it through gratitude.

Precisely when we direct our attention to the positive that happens in our lives, and we focus on gratitude, universal piano services improve our mood. In addition, gratitude is also accompanied by other feelings that help us live with peace and spirituality, such as generosity and forgiveness.

Take these reflections, which will help you awaken gratitude in your daily life.

WHY ARE YOU GRATEFUL? 

Make a list that includes everything that seems very simple, like breathing, having a bed, etc. Look at it or think about this list every time you go through a difficult time where you feel like you are losing focus and hope.

MAKE A PAUSE IN YOUR LIFE.

Appreciate the moment, and what you have in front of you: a tree, a family member, your friends, work, a book … Experience a feeling of well-being, and analyze how you feel when doing this. Repeat it every day, even several times.

END THE DAY GRATEFUL. 

Think of all the people who have been present in your day, whether directly or indirectly, known, or unknown. Reflect on everything they have done so that you can be here, either because they provided you with a service or security, they taught you something, among other situations that you have experienced in your day.

Everyone can benefit from trying to be grateful each day. These 3 steps can help you begin to feel more grateful and be able to appreciate the good things in your life:

Become aware of the good things, find out what they are, and value them.

Enjoy, take in, and really pay attention to those good things.

Express your gratitude to yourself, write it down, or thank someone else.

Be aware of the good things in your life.

Begin to become aware of the things you are grateful for and identify them. Connect with the little everyday details of your life and become aware of the good things that you can sometimes take for granted.

Try these ideas.

Every day think of 3 things that you are grateful for. Nature. People. Community. The shelter. The amenities, like a warm bed or a good meal. It is wonderful what you perceive when you focus on feeling grateful.

Start a journal where you write down the things you are grateful for.

Making a commitment to write down the good things each day increases the likelihood that we will become aware of the good things when they happen.

Practice gratitude rituals.

Some people say thank you before a meal. Pausing to say thank you before eating does not have to be a religious act. It is a simple habit that helps us become aware of the privilege of having food on the table and value it.

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