Soul Sculpting Project: Getting Some Things Done

Soul Sculpting Project: Getting Some Things Done I keep trying to play this game I made up called, Getting Everything Done. It’s not going well. I’ve done the math – hours in a day divided by things I want to get done always equals not possible. And trying to do the ‘not possible’ leads to…

Gratitude Game #6 Praying Gratitude

Gratitude Game #6: Praying Gratitude Soul Sculpting Project: Tell God what you are grateful for. The Science: Gratitude improves psychological health. Multiple studies link gratitude and well-being. Research confirms that gratitude effectively increases happiness and reduces depression. Sample Study: Gratitude Study (Emmons and McCullough): Participants divided into three groups for journaling (daily or weekly). Group…

Do It Now Gratitude Game #5: What do you say? “Thank-you”

Do It Now Gratitude Game #5: What do you say? “Thank-you” Soul Sculpting Project: As often as possible say a sincere “Thank-you” to the people you relate to. The Science Expressing gratitude strengthens close relationships and provides opportunities for new relationships. Psychologist John Gottman, renowned for his work on marital stability and relationship analysis uses…

Do It Now Gratitude Game #4: 20 Second Gratitude Infusion

Do It Now Gratitude Game #4: 20 Second Gratitude Infusion  For 20 seconds think about something you are grateful for. Even this tiny amount of time has a positive effect in changing the structure of our brains with the benefits of gratitude. Repeat this 20 seconds of gratitude awareness throughout the day and the improvements…

Do It Now Gratitude Game #3 Write It and Send It

Do It Now Gratitude Game #3: Write It and Send It Use posts, email, or paper to write a short gratitude note to someone for whom you are grateful. Keeping it as quick and short as you need to: Do It Now. The Science Gratitude increases empathy and reduces aggression. Grateful people are more likely…

Do It now Gratitude Games #2

Do It now Gratitude Games #: Grateful for WHO? Right now – this moment think about someone for whom you are grateful. Who are you grateful for? ___________________ The Science: Gratitude increases our sense of self-worth and reduces social comparisons. 1. A 2014 study found that gratitude increased self-esteem for athletes and this in turn…