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Gratitude Postcards
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Gratitude is a life-changing practice that can result in positive change. Practicing appreciation entails deliberately noticing and appreciating the small and great things that surround us. It is about turning our emphasis away from what we may lack and onto what we already have, resulting in a sense of abundance and fulfillment. By fostering gratitude, we can improve our well-being

Kindness and generosity are two effective methods to practice gratitude. When we express our gratitude to others, we not only bring joy into their lives, but we also build a sense of gratitude within ourselves. Random acts of kindness, volunteering, or expressing genuine thanks to others can have a positive ripple effect in our communities.

Incorporating gratitude into our daily lives requires intentional work and focus. It is a practice that allows us to stop, reflect, and appreciate everything that surrounds us. We create a grateful mindset, shift our focus to the positive, and welcome more joy and fulfillment into our lives by intentionally cultivating gratitude. Gratitude is a powerful tool that can effect profound change and improve our overall well-being.


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Go ahead and close your eyes. Feel yourself relax now. Picture a stack of handcrafted postcards. Each postcard is illustrated with something that you're grateful for. They've been designed just for you. Choose a postcard. On the front of this card is a place you're grateful for. Which place do you see? Now, imagine you're completing this statement on the back of the card. "I'm grateful for this place because..." When you're ready, pick another postcard. This one illustrates a moment you're grateful for. Which moment do you see? Go ahead and let your mind fill in the back of this postcard. "I'm grateful for this moment because..." Next, select the card that holds a drawing of a person you're grateful for. Whoever pops into your mind first is right. Finish this statement on the back of the card. "I'm grateful for this person because..." Great work. We've just uncovered three things you're grateful for. And the incredible thing about these postcards is they send themselves: to your friends, to your family, to your higher power. Release them now and feel the gratitude extend around and above you. And begin to notice how every time you cultivate gratitude, it becomes abundant.

Watching Now
Gratitude Postcards
Gratitude Postcards
Skylight • 02:02

Gratitude is a life-changing practice that can result in positive change. Practicing appreciation entails deliberately noticing and appreciating the small and great things that surround us. It is about turning our emphasis away from what we may lack and onto what we already have, resulting in a sense of abundance and fulfillment. By fostering gratitude, we can improve our well-being

Kindness and generosity are two effective methods to practice gratitude. When we express our gratitude to others, we not only bring joy into their lives, but we also build a sense of gratitude within ourselves. Random acts of kindness, volunteering, or expressing genuine thanks to others can have a positive ripple effect in our communities.

Incorporating gratitude into our daily lives requires intentional work and focus. It is a practice that allows us to stop, reflect, and appreciate everything that surrounds us. We create a grateful mindset, shift our focus to the positive, and welcome more joy and fulfillment into our lives by intentionally cultivating gratitude. Gratitude is a powerful tool that can effect profound change and improve our overall well-being.


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Go ahead and close your eyes. Feel yourself relax now. Picture a stack of handcrafted postcards. Each postcard is illustrated with something that you're grateful for. They've been designed just for you. Choose a postcard. On the front of this card is a place you're grateful for. Which place do you see? Now, imagine you're completing this statement on the back of the card. "I'm grateful for this place because..." When you're ready, pick another postcard. This one illustrates a moment you're grateful for. Which moment do you see? Go ahead and let your mind fill in the back of this postcard. "I'm grateful for this moment because..." Next, select the card that holds a drawing of a person you're grateful for. Whoever pops into your mind first is right. Finish this statement on the back of the card. "I'm grateful for this person because..." Great work. We've just uncovered three things you're grateful for. And the incredible thing about these postcards is they send themselves: to your friends, to your family, to your higher power. Release them now and feel the gratitude extend around and above you. And begin to notice how every time you cultivate gratitude, it becomes abundant.


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