Gratitude fatigue? Try these steps

If you find yourself suffering from gratitude journaling fatigue chances are you are not doing it right! It’s important that you monitor your growth in gratitude and try to figure out where your strengths live and weaknesses lie. This will enable you to course correct and reap benefits of embracing gratitude practice in your life. Here are our top five course correction tips.

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Naikan, a self-reflection journaling practice

The practice of Naikan is a simple approach to improving your well-being. Naikan is a structured method of self-reflection technique that was developed by Japanese businessman Yoshimoto Ishin (1916 -1988). NAI means ‘inside’ and KAN means ‘looking’, therefore Naikan means “inside looking” or “self-reflection” or “introspection.” Naikan is a great roadmap for productive journaling practice.

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Journaling to rescue you from an emotional tsunami

The Latin root of the word “emotion” means “to move”. Emotions are not steady or stagnant states. The ocean wave is an apt metaphor to describe an emotional current. Just like waves emotions start small, grow larger and then crash and fade away. When we are scared of drowning in our emotions we overlook this aspect; like ocean waves, if we allow emotions to run their course they will eventually fade away. Open My Wellness Journal and begin following a five step process in order to establish contact with your emotions.

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7 Journaling tips when life does not go to plan

Resilience can be cultivated when life does not seem to go as planned. There are several enquiry based journaling tips that can be used to help us dig deep. This exercise will help you identify actions/steps that you need to take to get unstuck. When you focus inwards your power will expand. Be prepared to witness creative problem solving unfold in your life.

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10 illnesses that indicate water shortage in your body.

“You’re not sick; you’re thirsty. Don’t treat thirst with medication.” – Dr F. Batmanghelidj
There is a difference between ‘healthy hydration’ and maintaining ‘safe fluid levels’ for your body. Drinking water in plenty, rather than simply suppressing symptoms with medication can do wonders for you. In this blog post we share signals that your body is giving you when healthy hydration is not a part of the equation.

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Write your way to health – top 10 benefits of journal writing

Research has proven that keeping a journal can help people get past traumas, build a stronger immune system, calm inner conflict and emotional upheaval, and cultivate resilience. When we get trapped in a cycle of constant rumination, telling the same story over and over, journal writing can be used as a tool to facilitate breakthroughs. In this blog post we share top 10 benefits of journal writing.

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Infinite palette of gratitude

You can custom make your gratefulness palette. Irrespective of how you chose to express gratitude (journaling, affirmations, gratitude walk), in order for you to reap its benefits it must encompass some essential ingredients. In this blog post we share some approaches from leading thinkers in the field of gratitude.

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13 ways to express gratitude

As you plant seeds of gratitude in your life you actively begin to break down problems into opportunities. In this blog post we share 13 ways that you can express gratitude. Continue to experiment with different practices that have been outlined in this blog post and stick with the one that brings you greatest equanimity.

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Why a gratitude practice is not working for you

I heard a talk by Barbara Corcoran where she was parting with business lessons to young entrepreneurs. She spoke about some key principles that enabled her to grow a multi-million dollar real estate business. She attributed providing recognition (not monetary) to her employees as a transforming factor in her business.

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Affirm goodness in your life

Do not indulge in dreams of having what you have not, but reckon up the chief of the blessings you do possess, and then thankfully remember how you would crave for them if they were not yours. Affirming the good in your life helps you create a biography of JOY.

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Gratitude is an OMG moment

Gratitude is a state where you realise that ‘you are enough’, which leads to mental stillness, we step into a space of inter-connectedness and then we chose to pay it forward. Gratitude is not a passive act, it’s rather generative.

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Quote of the day….

When writing the story of your life, don't let anyone else hold the pen.

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