This week episode of The DIVA Podcast covers how gratitude can increase your overall happiness, self-esteem, and so much more. Backed by scientific research and sprinkled with fabulous. Let me break it all down for you or you can listen below!
Gratitude, gratitude, gratitude. How often are you truly grateful? Do you make time just to recall moments you're grateful for? Girl, I used not to ever think about gratitude or being grateful!! However, after learning a lot, personally experiencing, and working through my own personal growth journey, things changed for me.
Gratitude is something that I firmly believe that is majorly essential for your daily happiness and wellbeing. Then after doing some research a while back, I found that there is actual scientific research on this topic. Don't worry, mama got sources and they are at the bottom of this post
According to the article 7 Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Gratitude by Amy...
Life is a complex journey of many events, circumstances, emotions, changes and seasons. Finding a balance is the one thing that many people find themselves struggling with. Even though life is a complex journey, it can be more simple than we imagine to find balance. Yes, it’s more than just letting things go and “finding yourself”. Don’t get me wrong, all of that matters, but it get’s much more simple than that.
We are going to break down a balanced life into seven easy to remember areas. This will allow you to focus a little on each area versus running full force trying to balance everything. That’s how people have nervous breakdowns, Y’all! Seriously. Take this one step at a time and remember life is not that serious. None of us get out alive anyhow.
“HAPPINESS IS NOT A MATTER OF INTENSITY BUT OF BALANCE, ORDER, RHYTHM AND HARMONY.” ~THOMAS MERTON
Did you know that the words you’re using have an effect on the outcome of many things in your life? Most people don’t realize the power their words have over so many situations they are dealing with. Taking it a step further, the words we use have a power not only over us but even over innate objects like water.
Japanese scientist, Masaru Emoto, conducted a study where he realized both positive and negative words can have an influence on water’s structure by changing the water’s crystals. During his study of water, he also came to a belief that water was the ‘’blueprint of our reality’’ and our emotional energy and vibrations can change the physical structure of water.
Emoto’s tests mostly consisted of putting water in glasses and then exposing it to different words, pictures, and music before freezing it to analyze how the water crystals looked. Through his research and analysis, he came to the conclusion...