We all like to feel that we come from compassion. Yet, sometimes, it can be tricky. Listen and do one of the activities at the end of the episode. This is a short topic and is under 5 minutes If you would like to have support and meet up with other people on developing and … Continue reading Listen to the reading of Compassion, a topic from Gratitude Prompts
Jim is a retired High School Teacher of History, English and Drama who spent 24 years being an effective classroom teacher and initiator of whole school programs in performance, before being diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder (depression) and being medically retired. He was then Head of Department, English, History at a school and found the … Continue reading Jim Higgins shares overcoming external pressure to find him
This post is a bit scant as it is really a link to the interview while Gratitude Prompts was still in crowdfunding. Here’s the interview
Often we use the same words and yet, they have a personal meaning to us. What is gratitude starts with defining it as an emotion & how to deepen it so gratitude as our state.
For the month of November, I went without TV, unnecessary human contact and focussing on what I want in my life. Well, that’s a pretty big list. The aim was to raise my vibration, to feel even better than I already did. In the most part, the no TV wasn’t too much of a problem. When … Continue reading Reflections of the 30 day challenge
Surely, there’s not much more to gratitude than writing five things, or even 3, you are grateful for each day. That seems to be the standard advice and activity on the net. Keeping a gratitude journal will certainly do something and it will do more if you write out each statement like this: I … Continue reading Gratitude is more than your 5 a day