Research reveals that when people practice gratefulness and put it into words, they have greater joy and fulfillment in life.
The majority of parents praise a child to encourage him/her to persevere to accomplish everything. Parents praise the child’s first smile, learning patty-cake, sitting up, scrawling and walking – then it is activities and school and the list goes on. The power of praise is more exquisite than one might think on the surface. Praise has been used through all history and all traditions. Praise is a common method to employ all sorts of good.
Family therapist, Virginia Satir, through research concluded that: Humans need four hugs a day for survival; eight hugs a day for maintenance; and twelve hugs a day for growth. Spiritual gurus, such as Mata Amritanandmayi advocate hugging because of passing the divine energy from person to person. Many people feel embarrassed or uncomfortable giving hugs […]
Loving yourself in your present state is a powerful elixir for regaining your peace of mind, self-esteem and enthusiasm. When you are comfortable with, who you are, no matter what you accomplish, you will notice it is easier to allow yourself to rest and rejuvenate yourself as needed.