Appreciation and Gratitude

It’s Friday. The end of the workweek (or school week) for most of us. After going through another week filled with a seemingly interminable list of challenges, it seemed like Friday couldn’t come fast enough. Well, here it is. Now it’s time to be grateful and appreciative.Your body, mind and soul will thank you.

Appreciation combines thankfulness, admiration and gratitude. Scientists have discovered that appreciation is one of the easiest and most powerful positive feelings to activate. When an individual taps into the positive feelings of appreciation, he allows himself the chance  to see the big picture. This is true even in stressful moments.

Each person has the ability to reach the highest level of his or her potential when connected to more positive, heartfelt states like appreciation and gratitude. Activating appreciation and gratitude allows you to be totally focused, maintaining high levels of energy.

Appreciation is a super-power tool for your own growth Appreciating what is, rather than focusing on and complaining about what isn’t, helps you make peace in the moment. Appreciation is also one of the easiest heart frequencies to shift into. You’ll feel the difference fast.

I told you your body, mind and soul will thank you.

Have a wonderful weekend!


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3 Responses to “Appreciation and Gratitude”

  1. Feng Shui Candace Says:

    Accepting the present moment too. Why complain? It is a negative reaction and will it change anything? Does it really make you feel better. I agree appreciation and gratitude on a daily basis gives out strong positive vibes. It is a mind shift for some and takes time, be patient.

  2. Lance Says:

    Great reminder Kevin! I’m thankful for so much in my life right now – and I’m going out to share that thankfulness with the world!!

  3. Reggie Greene/The Logistician Says:

    Interesting. I never looked forward to Friday, or summer vacation for that matter. I always welcomed getting back into the swing of things, on Monday or in September, and interacting with lots of people and learning from them and the experience. Many treat the weekend or summer vacation as an opportunity to get away, relax, and perhaps be introspective. Interesting how folks differ.

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