Gratitude Power for Wellbeing (Quality Life Forum Support Series) Health Coaching Holiday Session 2021
Season's greetings! A warm happy holiday wishes to all! As the holidays are approaching; what makes us happy for the holidays? Building gratitude into daily life and share appreciations will increase our happiness scores. There are a lot to be grateful, more so now. Let’s celebrate this holiday season with joy and gratitude.
Gratitude is a common thread through many religions and philosophies. Gratitude encourages us to focus on what we have rather than missing, to carefully value and thankful for where we are. Gratitude is a critical part of thriving and a cornerstone of the holiday tradition. You might get a warm glow from expressing gratitude at Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas gift sharing, and New Year’s cheers. To truly derive long-lasting benefits, make it a routine in your daily life.
Practice gratitude is an important part of healthy aging -
Appreciate precious golden years. Feeling old is not because of increased age, but decreased confidence for wellbeing. You have more than enough reasons thanking your body continues to serve you well; be kind, patient, gentle and compassionate. A well maintained machine can shine and keep going strong for a century or longer.
Let the inner child out from you. Keep learning and find answers to satisfy your curiosity. Don’t lose motivations to follow your own heart and pursue your life dreams. Joy, gratitude and purpose are the three keys to healthy aging.
Appreciate the sunshine of your day and let it into your heart, break out the dark shadows. A healthy mindset will keep a youthful heart.
Appreciate the present life moment and quality of life. Explore opportunities with full personal potential; engage in health maintenance and to be the best of yourself. Happiness is a choice and you are the boss with the decision power.
Be grateful for the meaningful works done and bring you to where you are at today when looking back. Let go of what have happened and not to worry about what is not happening.
Appreciate what you have now, before sorrow for knowing how well you had until it’s missed. Don’t take anything for granted and be grateful for what comes each day – the fresh air, the seasons in nature, the tone of music, a genuine smile, an ordinary peaceful day…… Paying attention to details will fill your live with joy.
Appreciate moderation and slow down. Take your time to focus on self-care. Making room for healthy habits, starting with what you eat, how you exercise, and what you spend time doing. Not because you “have to,” or “just get it done”, but because you value wellness and enjoy the result as well as the process.
Appreciate the time to be alone. Transform loneliness into solitude, which is a true self-freedom and natural humanity state. Accept and rediscover yourself, be able to enjoy living on your own. Being alone give you time to reflect on your lives and to take inventory of all the things to be grateful for. Focus on the good and find your gratitude being in solitude, without feeling the pain of loneliness.
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Disclaimer: This information is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not medical advice. Consult your healthcare professional for personal conditions.
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