Being thankful, appreciating the small things and practicing gratitude are all attitudes that can be easier to say than do.
But they’re worth pursuing, as, once you make gratitude a habit it will become easier and more natural until you find yourself being grateful on a daily basis with little effort.
You will feel happier, attract more abundance into you life and generally enjoy life more.
Here are are some exercises that will help bring more gratitude into your life;
Write a letter: Write it to someone or about something that is annoying or upsetting you. Try to find some gratitude for the lessons you are learning. The idea here is to help look for the positives and open you up to the possibility that there might be other solutions to your problem.
Read ‘Man’s Search for Meaning': This incredible book by Viktor Frankl, really demonstrates how we can be the master of our thoughts even in the worst case scenarios . I challenge anyone to read this and not feel gratitude for their life!
Thank you for reading this, I appreciate you ;)
Morgan found yoga 15 years ago as a way to recover from anorexia. It has carried her through her PhD, raising twin girls and in a move towards her passion she chose to pursue full time yoga teaching in 2012. Since then she has led several yoga retreats, co-owned a yoga studio (Yoga-on-Tay) and helped to develop a 'yoga for amputees' program along with Finding Your Feet (FYF) Charity. When she is not yoga-ing, or parenting Morgan competes for Scotland in ultra distance running and cross country. Morgan believes that yoga is for everyone.