Day 4: Write a list of gratitude


It’s easy to get so caught up in the day-to-day rush of our lives that we often forget to take a moment and reflect on the things that make us happy.

A gratitude list is an exercise designed to shift your mood and attitude. It should be a treasured component of your spiritual practice and personal development. Ensure you hand-write your list. The kinesthetic experience of actually writing is valuable for several reasons: First, the physical act helps imprint the feeling of gratitude at the cellular level. Also, since it is a slower process than typing, writing by hand provides more time for contemplation, which makes for a more thoughtful list.

Start your page with the words “I’m thankful for...” and go from there.


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