I think he better way to start this article is writing that this is a summer of gratitude. A summer that teaches me how to respect every thing I have in my life and never take persons or goods for granted. It is a very precious lesson, that made me, finally, meditate more and shop less, love more and feel less anger, forgive and just throw all the bad feeling into the sea. The waves has taken them away and my belief is, that they will never come back.
You’ve probably heard it a million times, but keeping a gratitude journal of what you’re thankful for can have a big effect on your mindset. Research has shown that incorporating gratitude into your daily life can help ward off stress, improve sleep, and cultivate more positive social relationships. I have paid so much attention to all these precious lessons and now I know they are right. Gratitude is a big thing and it matters.
You’ve probably heard it a million times, but keeping a gratitude journal of what you’re thankful for can have a big effect on your mindset. Research has shown that incorporating gratitude into your daily life can help ward off stress, improve sleep, and cultivate more positive social relationships. I am lucky enough to live by the sea, to walk barefoot on the seaside and collect my thoughts. I don’t need a pc or my phone, I just need myself and this was a big, summer discover.
It’s easy to get caught up in being overly harsh and critical of your perceived failings. This negative, unproductive self-talk can lower our overall motivation, explains Hennings. If you’re constantly telling yourself you aren’t a good person, for example, it’s hard to find motivation to take steps toward self-improvement. Practice positive self-talk by stating a fact and following up with some optimism.
This is a summer of kindness. Of finding new friends and having good neighbours relationships, of being kind to others, even because this can help give you a sense of purpose and make you feel less isolated. To improve myself I also sleep more and take many moments at the bus stop, in line at the grocery store, or before nodding off to sleep to focus on my breathing. Practicing even a few minutes a day of deep breathing has been shown to jumpstart our body’s relaxation response and regulate stress.
Holding on to regret, pain, and resentment hurts others. But it also hurts you. When you feel any of these emotions, it affects your mood and how you treat everyone, including yourself. Harboring unforgiveness breads negative thoughts. Decide to let it go and make a plan to never go to bed angry.
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