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Gratitude is The Greatest Drug Ever

Did you know gratitude is a drug? “If thankfulness were a drug,” Dr. P. Murali Doraiswamy, head of the division of biologic psychology at Duke University Medical Center, says “it would be the world’s best-selling product with a health maintenance indication for every major organ system.” Dr. Doraiswamy’s research has shown that expressing gratitude…

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Gratitude is Heaven Itself

Gratitude is actually a physical energy. Modern science has proved what all the great religions and cultures have taught us for centuries: create gratitude for its powerful, physical, palpable energy that can be measured and documented. Studies have shown an openness of the heart improves physical and mental well-being. “Gratitude…

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6 Zen Office Space Ideas

,thatThere are many stress triggers in even the most Zen workspace. From co-workers interrupting your workflow to a detail-oriented boss looking over your shoulders. Over time, these stressors compound, and our emotional and physical health become compromised. And you can’t afford to get stressed at work!  Here are some quick…

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The Season for Gratitude

Gratitude makes for a happy life and this is the time we should be thanking those who mean the most to us. Research shows that grateful people are more optimistic and less likely to be depressed, anxious, or stressed. A professor from the University of Illinois at Chicago reports that…

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What is Gratitude?

Can gratitude practices enhance your health? Yes! According to a growing body of research, gratitude is a mindful practice that produces healing hormones in the body. By showing love and peace to others and yourself, you can improve your overall health. Scientific studies have found various health benefits for gratitude. It’s…

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