Gratitude works to ease loneliness.

In our fast paced society we underestimate the value of taking a mindful pause now and then. A pause to reflect on what we actually have  and what has meaning to us. When we are sick there is only one thing we aim for, to get better. When we are healthy we more than often take our health for granted .. 

Practicing gratitude is backed by science to restore balance and coherence in your bodies. Try doing a grateful journal before going to bed (as it may increase serotonin).

Write 3 things you are grateful for today and one thing your are grateful for in the future. 

I invite you to commit to the practice daily and let it unfold the way it is suppose to. Notice your inner landscape before and after the practice. 


What do you need?