There are many people in this world who are not even able to fulfill their basic human needs.
Each day around 25,000 people die of hunger, reported by United Nations.
Millions of children are not able to get proper education.
A lot of people don’t get access to safe drinking water, proper medication at the right time, and what not!
Do you also have this kind of problems?
If you are reading this blog post, then chances are you don’t have these major issues where your life is at a risk.
Are you not lucky then?
You see, most of the time we curse our life by saying this is not perfect, that is not perfect, we don’t have this or that, blah blah…
We make our problems so big that we forget what all is happening right in our lives.
Think about your bad days.
Was the whole day bad or just a few minutes of the day made you term it as a bad day?
You know in the spiritual world they say, whatever you think about the most starts attracting towards you.
When you signal the universe about how bad your life is, it starts sending more of it.
When you signal the universe about how beautiful your life is, it starts sending more of it.
Make the universe work in your favour!
Don’t get jealous when someone achieves what you always wished to achieve, rather celebrate their success so well that universe gets the signal that you are also ready to receive that success.
Now, the tendency of our mind is to focus on the wrong things only.
So, if you want to rewire your brain to see the positives, then Gratitude is your way to go.
Write down every day what all small good things have happened to you, which you are very grateful for.
When you keep practicing it for a long time, your brain automatically starts to notice the postives.
Even if something bad will happen with you, your brain could be able to see something good out of it.
I am not saying that you have to live in denial and always stay positive, but make yourself capable of finding the right things out and take better decisions.
When you are psychologically healthy, how can you be not a happy living person 🙂
That’s it, just practice gratitude!
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