See what is already present

See what is already present.

I am sure that you have heard that being grateful for what you have in life can change your feelings in an instant, but did you know that science also supports this? It shows that gratitude can increase important neurochemicals in the brain and body!

When you start thinking from a place of gratitude, feel-good chemicals like dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin surge, leaving you with feelings of closeness, connection and happiness.

Gratitude is a great way to set the scene for your day. From my experience, when I write my gratitude it keeps me in my head, but when I think it, I really feel it and I continue to weave gratitude throughout my day.

Many people think happiness is just around the corner, waiting for when they get that new car/bigger house/promotion/lose weight etc. So much of your life is missed this way!

Get in the habit of being grateful for the now and what’s to come. You have everything you need to be happy now and that is the key. It is all an inside job, a shift in perception.

You call forth precisely what you think, feel and say – it’s as simple as that. The more you realise, acknowledge, practise gratitude the more things you attract that you can be grateful for.

Work out what is most effective for you and create the habit of counting your blessings.

Have a wonderful start to your week!!

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