It happens all the time. You express gratitude and you feel better. Somebody else expresses gratitude to you and you feel better. You hear someone else expressing gratitude to another and you feel better.
This is simple and yet amazingly powerful. You can take command of your own level of happiness.
This works even if you do it silently. You can look at a delivery truck and feel gratitude for how that truck is bringing food to your favorite store. You can look at a safety patrol worker and feel gratitude for how they are protecting our youth.
There is no end to opportunities for feeling grateful.
One thing I do frequently is write statements of gratitude as part of the twenty minute bliss exercises. This routine always raises my mood – often dramatically.
So why not take command of your own level of happiness? This is the perfect day for it.
May the bliss be with you.