Practice Six Positive Emotions For 30 Days

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Positive Words Research has compiled a practice list for 30 days for you to embody six positive emotions: gratitude, loving-kindness, courage, appreciation, and forgiveness.

Each positive feeling will be practiced in four directions: you towards yourself, people towards yourself, you towards life, you in relationships and towards your childhood.

Practice Six Positive Emotions For 30 Days

  1. Gratitude for myself – Remember a few moments when you felt gratitude towards yourself.
  2. Gratitude “people towards myself”– Remember a few moments when someone else offered you gratitude.
  3. Gratitude for life – Remember a few moments when someone offered someone else gratitude without any connection with you.
  4. Gratitude in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt gratitude together with another person.
  5. Gratitude from childhood: Remember a few moments when you felt gratitude when you were a child.
  6. Loving-kindness for myself – Remember a few moments when you felt loving-kindness towards yourself.
  7. Loving-kindness “people towards myself” – Remember a few moments when someone else offered you loving-kindness.
  8. Loving-kindness for life – Remember a few moments when someone offered someone else loving-kindness without any connection with you.
  9. Loving-kindness in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt loving-kindness together with another person.
  10. Loving-kindness from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt loving-kindness when you were a child.
  11. Courage in myself – Remember a few moments when you felt courage in yourself.
  12. Courage “people towards myself” – Remember a few moments when someone else gave you courage.
  13. Courage towards life – Remember a few moments when someone gave someone else courage without any connection with you.
  14. Courage in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt courage together with another person.
  15. Courage from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt courage when you were a child.
  16. Appreciation for myself – Remember a few moments when you felt appreciation for yourself.
  17. Appreciation “people towards myself”– Remember a few moments when someone else gave you appreciation.
  18. Appreciation for life – Remember a few moments when someone gave someone else appreciation without any connection with you.
  19. Appreciation in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt appreciation together with another person.
  20. Appreciation from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt appreciation when you were a child.
  21. Forgiveness to myself – Remember a few moments when you gave forgiveness to yourself.
  22. Forgiveness “people towards myself” – Remember a few moments when someone else gave you forgiveness.
  23. Forgiveness towards life – Remember a few moments when someone gave someone else forgiveness without any connection with you.
  24. Forgiveness in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt forgiveness together with another person.
  25. Forgiveness from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt forgiveness when you were a child.
  26. Acceptance for myself – Remember a few moments when you gave acceptance to yourself.
  27. Acceptance “people towards myself” – Remember a few moments when someone else gave you acceptance.
  28. Acceptance towards life – Remember a few moments when someone gave someone else acceptance without any connection with you.
  29. Acceptance in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt acceptance together with another person.
  30. Acceptance from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt acceptance when you were a child.

Every day, for one month, try to write half a page, or one page, according to the above indications. Consider the above numbering as related to Day 1, Day 2, Day 3… Day 30.

At the end of the month, re-read everything you have written. You will notice that looking at your writings you will really understand what these six positive emotions are all about. And also you will always remember how to feel and embody these positive feelings for the rest of your life.

Share this article with a friend and inspire him to do the practice together with you for these six positive emotions.

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