An abundance of joy - it is your birthright - but sometimes it needs to be cultivated with gratitude practices. I've set up 'gratitude triggers' so that when they appear, I pause momentarily, and take a quick inventory of all the things I am grateful for. I have quite a few gratitude triggers, for example, when I see 11.11 on my phone I pause and evoke gratitude (yep, cheesy but it works for me). The trick is to pick a trigger and firmly anchor it by immersing yourself into deep gratitude while holding that trigger in mind. Try it and let me know how you get on. Jayney xx
When your mindset is right then everything else falls into place. I find one of the easiest and most effective ways to cultivate positivity is to feel grateful - I keep a "Three Good Things" journal and write in it each night. I think of three good things that have happened that day and I note them down - not just what happened but also how it made me feel, and any other observations. It's a well researched technique - give it a go. Let me know how you get on below.
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