Are you looking for an opportunity to go deeper with your gratitude practice?
Basic gratitude practice might look like:
“I am grateful for my home.”
“I’m grateful for my family.”
Remembering what you are grateful for is a great place to start.
Now call in a deeper sense of fulfillment by adding the “Why.” The “WHY” connects to the feelings of your heart. It adds personal meaning. It also will likely change over time, making your gratitude more dynamic and appealing to explore.
“I’m grateful because…”
“I’m grateful for my home because it provides me a sense of security and comfort.”
“I’m grateful for my family because I feel supported and cared for.”
Try adding the WHY to your gratitude lists. Let me know in the comments if anything shifts.