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Gratitude

Gratitude changes everything

The practice of gratitude doesn’t need to be complicated. Gratitude is a meditation. It lowers your stress level, raises your joy level and reboots a bad day. Just pausing throughout your day and saying, to yourself, “I’m grateful for,” will impact you positively.

Let’s practice now. What are you grateful for today?

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3 Responses to “Gratitude”

  1. Amanda says:

    Today I would like to pause and reflect on those things on which I am grateful for. I am grateful that all my children are safe and healthy. I am also grateful that I have a very loving mother and step father that try there best to support me in anything that I choose to do. (Well almost everything) I am grateful for my best friend Brad mostly. He picks me up when the skies get grey. I am also grateful for Your website Queen of Your Life. It has helped me today realize that I am not perfect and I will make the wrong choices sometimes, I just can’t beat myself up for it. So, may God Bless You abundantly for your hard work and dedication to us women who need inspiration through out their day. Thank You

  2. Mauree says:

    I have much to be grateful for. I was struck with a rare neurological disorder that left me paralyzed two years ago. I am grateful that I am getting better and now can walk with two quadcanes. I am grateful I have a husband and a son who continue to support me through this time. I am grateful for all kindnesses and that I can see the sky everyday.

    I found that if ever I got “down,” I would start making a list of 10 things I was grateful for that day. By doing that every day, my entire thinking changed and I found more and more things to be grateful for and the “down” feeling vanished.

  3. cindy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing a part of your story with us Queen Mauree! You are such an inspiration and proof that gratitude works to help us move forward instead of getting stuck. Bravo. We’re cheering for you and your recovery.

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