1. Randomly point at something you can see.
2. Name what you are pointing at and say: 'Thank you'
3. Think of a reason to feel grateful for that thing and say the reason.
a) Point at a tree..
⇒ ‘Tree, thank you. Thank you for giving me oxygen.’
b) Point at your feet..
⇒ ‘Feet, thank you. Thank you for taking me places.’
c) Point at a chair..
⇒ ‘Chair, thank you. Thank you for supporting me.’
＊ Point first, think second, and try not to overthink it. Don't worry if you don’t feel genuine gratitude. The aim is to train your Mind to focus fully on the present moment. Gratitude will
For best results, practice this 4-5 times when you wake-up to start the day feeling present and positive, last thing at night to help you switch-off before sleep, and any time you find
yourself feeling negative or focusing on things that don't serve you. In doing so, you will soon find yourself feeling more positive, enjoying smoother relationships, being more focused and
productive at work, and enjoying each moment of Life.