This is the last day of your 30 day gratitude experience. It is our hope that you have had many astonishing moments as you have devoted 5 minutes a day, or more, to your gratitude practice. We invite you to take today’s meditation time to reflect on the past days’ exercises and outcomes. Which exercise … More Reflection
Today is for gratitude. All day. Your meditation today centers around teaching yourself to be grateful for everything. Today, celebrate everything that happens. For the shower that has no hot water. For the complaining child. For the errant spouse. For the rush hour traffic jam. We don’t know the end result of anything. When we … More Gratitude
Today, we share our great good fortune with our social networks. Post a gratitude blast on Facebook, Twitter or any other social media. Or post your gratitude thought on all of them. Compose a sentence or two that reflects your growing gratitude for the life you have, the people you know, or the good someone … More Social Networks
At the end of the day, make a list of 15 (or more) things that went right in your day, no matter how big or small. There are hundreds! A small thing might be “My alarm clock sounded just as I had planned”, or “The waiter got my order just right”, or “There was plenty … More A Great Day!
Today we give thanks for all the escapes we have had over the years. Sometimes gratitude comes in those moments when we realize we have been spared misery. Today as you breathe into this time for yourself, we ask that you remember the “escapes”. Those “near misses”, those “fortunate coincidences” and those “divine interventions”. As … More Escapes
Choose a friend who would benefit from a gratitude boost. (Isn’t that everyone?) Circulate a “friend appreciation list” among mutual friends and acquaintances of “why you are grateful for” the chosen friend. Have each of them send an email to you to be assembled into one list. Then share the list with the chosen friend, … More Mutual Friend
Humor alleviates misery. It is impossible to be amused and depressed at the same time. Our gratitude exercise today focuses on humor. Take 5 minutes to find a humorous joke online and print it out to share. Or find a comedy skit to enjoy and pass along. Today, take a moment to enjoy some humor, then … More The Power of Humor
Add a question to your voice mail asking the caller to leave one thing they appreciate about their life today. It is a fun way to engage every caller. Not only will it make your day to learn what pushes their grateful button, it also gives your caller a fresh breath of gratitude as they … More Voice Mail