Reiki Workshop Module 1

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Gratitude and Greatfulness

There is a growing body of research which shows there are many psychological benefits to being grateful, including feeling happier and lowering stress, depression and anxiety.

There is scientific evidence that expressing genuine gratitude on a daily basis can improve physical health as well by improving quality of sleep, cardiovascular (heart) health and immune function.

Imagine that … something as simple as how we think about our lives and the people in our life, actually has a profound impact on our health!

So clearly a spirit of gratitude and appreciation is an essential skill for everyone

Gratitude is like most desirable traits and qualities in that it is usually not enough to simply decide to be grateful—we must actively practice being grateful.

Write It down so you confirm what you are grateful for.

Mind Shifting With Gratitude

Whenever you are upset with someone, focus on what you are grateful for and write it down
Say it out loud several times.
This will assist you to shift your minds energy to all that is good in your life and dismiss negative energy and build new happy mind muscles.
Regardless of whether you’re facing serious psychological challenges, if you have never written a gratitude letter before, we encourage you to try it. Much of our time and energy is spent pursuing things we currently don’t have.
Gratitude reverses our priorities to help us appreciate the people and things we do.

Pay It Forward

The first thing to be mindful of when you want to pay it forward is:-

 What you think will lift someones mood may not be what they want.

Like after a funeral you decide out of the goodness of your heart to take a few days off to spend with you friend or family member to help. When in fact they want to be alone.

1.Have a clean-up party at a beach or park.
2.While you’re out, compliment a parent on how well-behaved their child is.
3.Leave a kind server, waitress/waiter, Hairdresser, Beauty or Massage therapist, the biggest tip you can afford.
4.Buy a plant. Put it in a terracotta pot. Write positive words that describe a friend on the pot. Give it to that friend!
5.Write a positive comment on your favourite blog, website, or a friend’s social media account.
6.When you’re throwing something away on the street, pick up any litter around you and put that in the trash too.
7.Put 50 paper hearts in a box. On each cut-out write something that is special about your partner or a friend. Give them the box and tell them to pull out a heart anytime they need a pick-me-up.
8.Everyone is important. Learn the names of your office security guard, the person at the front desk and other people you see every day. Greet them by name. Also say “hello” to strangers and smile. These acts of kindness are so easy, and they almost always make people smile.
9.Write your partner a list of things you love about them.
10.Purchase extra dog or cat food and take it to an animal shelter.


11.Find opportunities to give compliments. It costs nothing, takes no time, and could make someone’s entire day. Don’t just think it. Say it.


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