This is the time of year when expressing gratitude might be more commonly done. Many prepare to gather with friends or family to celebrate the American Thanksgiving holiday, and may take pause to consider what's going well in their life. What are you thankful for today?
In an article in Forbes Magazine, contributor Amy Morin outlined Seven Scientifically Proven Benefits of Gratitude. Here's what she discussed:
* Encourages people to seek ongoing relations with those who say "thank you".
* Improves physical health.
* Improves psychological
* Enhances empathy and reduces aggression.
* Improves sleep quality.
* Elevates self-esteem.
* Increases mental strength.
If all that can come from simply saying thank you more often, why not begin today?
I am grateful for the chance to help my clients elevate overall well-being naturally. And I am grateful to share my work with you!
May you have a meaningful and lovely, peaceful Thanksgiving celebration, where ever you are in the world!
Namaste, Sharon Harvey Alexander, C-IAYT
source: Forbes.com; Nov. 23, Amy Morin.