Take a moment to give yourself a brief guided gratitude meditation moment.
Here's what to do: take a deep breath and say goodbye to any stress you've been feeling. Mentally banish it.
Then, think of three things you are grateful for today. Close your eyes and see them in your mind. Try to re-experience them for a moment.
If one of the things you are grateful for is a person, in addition to seeing him or her in your mind, let yourself feel that person's presence, or hear the sound of his or her voice, and enjoy the warmth or love or other feelings you have when you are together or connected.
Before letting go of each of the three meditation moments, place a hand or both hands over your heart and save that feeling there.
It's easy to dwell on negative thoughts, but we can train ourselves to be more optimistic by practicing gratitude. Simply writing a list of three things you're grateful for each day can be enough to retrain your brain! What are you grateful for today? - In the Moment magazine
How was your gratitude moment?
See you tomorrow!