When You’re Grateful You Can’t Be Angry

December 9, 2016

Neither can you really be fearful. At least that is what Tony Robbins claims. I used to think I had to change my entire surrounding to be happy. That the success and overall joy of my life were brought up to me by things that I didn’t have, places that I didn’t go to, things that I didn’t do, experiences that I didn’t have. Sounds negative (and familiar)? Tell me about it.

I used to think I had to change my entire surrounding to be happy. That the success and overall joy of my life were brought up to me by things that I didn’t have, places that I didn’t go to, things that I didn’t do, experiences that I didn’t have. Sounds negative (and familiar)? Tell me about it.

If there’s something I believe in is if you focus on what you have, you’ll end up having more. And this is something I didn’t quite know until I put myself, my views and my ways onto retrospective. Focusing on what I have, where I have been, the things I have done, and where I am right now rather than what I don’t.

 

When you allow yourself to feel gratitude in the present moment, you open up and expand your energy to yourself and to others. So how can you maximize this positivity? By physically writing things (not saying, writing things) that you’re grateful for throughout the day.

So my proposal is just try it for 30 days. Thirty little days of being mindful of what you have.

There are no rules. They can be the simplest, smallest things. Fresh coffee, fresh flowers, safe landing, sunrise, that I was able to walk, that I am able to use my hands… think about your blessings, the beautiful coincidences of life, your friends, family, work life, outcomes that you achieved, outcomes that you want to achieve… And don’t worry! I know it’s weird at first but the more you do it, the easier it gets. As anything in life, really.

It may help to start your day by reading something that it’s positive, to allow and direct your mind to search more positivity throughout the day. When you wake up in the morning and you consciously look for things to be grateful for, you allow your mind to be more alive and receptiveness to the goodness that comes your way.

I’m grateful for you, reading this,

All the love,

Meg

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  • Allan Baking December 9, 2016 at 12:12 pm

    This post is simply amazing. Be happy for what you have, instead of being unhappy for what you don´t have.

  • Nijas December 14, 2016 at 10:07 am

    God is in the small things. And they’re everywhere.

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