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Gratitude

My gratitude for this moment does not depend on what is going on in this moment; it is the moment, regardless of what is going on, that I am grateful for. Gratitude is a moment-to-moment celebration.

— John-Roger, D.S.S.

Gratitude

As you feel the fullness of your gratitude, allow a genuine smile to emerge on your face.

Note the sense of feeling "great" and "full."

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Gratitude

Be grateful for the joy that a piece of music, or a painting, or a play brings to your life.

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Gratitude

Send a text right now to a friend

or relative saying something you

appreciate about them.

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Gratitude

Think of someone you love, and breathe in the gratitude for that person.

Feel the breath go in and out of your heart as you think of that person.

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Gratitude

As you feel this gratitude, allow yourself to smile as you bring to mind something you are really grateful for.

And you can even laugh and appreciate the joy it brings to you.

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Gratitude

When you are next shopping or looking in your kitchen cupboard, take a moment to appreciate and be grateful for all the choices you have.

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Gratitude

When you find a picture that ignites your gratitude, save it in a file (physical or digital) called “Gratitude” that you can access at any time.

And also save it somewhere in your mind, and return to it.

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Gratitude

Feel gratitude for a loved one in your life who really loves and appreciates you for who you are.

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Gratitude

The next time you drink water or bite in an apple, take a moment to appreciate and really feel the taste and the sensations.

Allow yourself to ride on this feeling of gratitude in that moment.

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Gratitude

Take a moment to feel grateful for the trillions of shimmering cells in your body all working together harmoniously to keep you healthy and well.

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