Exercise “Three Blessings” – Workout For Only 7 Days And Watch What Happens To You!
This genius exercise was designed by Martin Seligman, one of the pioneers of Positive Psychology and one of the most influential and quoted psychologists. Use her powers today!
Have you ever thought that right now, just at this point in your life, you are exactly where you should be?
The likelihood of this being so is very small. On the contrary, you certainly spend a lot more energy and time thinking about how other times might have been better or how everything in your life would be good ONLY…
The reasons why we “delay” happiness or simply forget to enjoy it at the moment may seem banal to us one day.
Nevertheless, we often all fall into the trap of thinking like:
- • ONLY TO ENTER THE COLLEGE
- • ONLY TO GET THAT LONG EXPECTED PROMOTION
- • ONLY TO HAVE A MORE PAY
- • ONLY I GET SKINNY
- • ONLY TO FIND LOVE
- • ONLY TO HAVE A CAR, FLAT…
And so we endlessly wait for our happiness because there is always some reason why our happiness is not complete. Days go by thinking about things we don’t have or those things that don’t go as planned, as well as things we want to change in our lives, and far too little about those that are good, positive, and those that we just need. The grass is always greener on the other side.
“Be careful what you wish for” is a well-known saying that, in the simplest possible way, says that although sometimes our wishes are fulfilled, it does not mean that we will be happy THEN.
Grab your luck NOW and don’t delay it.
There are certainly many beautiful, good and happy circumstances in your life where you can build that sense of fulfillment and contentment, you just need to know them. Whatever your problem is, whatever your concerns and situation, accept the fact that you are exactly where you need to be.
Take responsibility, grab your life and look forward to it, because this is the way all your problems are already solved in advance.
If you think that all of the above is difficult for you, we have an exercise for you that works equally well for those more or less negative people, but which also helps those who might otherwise have a positive attitude.
Exercise “Three blessings” or “What was good today?”
It was designed by Martin Seligman , one of the pioneers of “Positive Psychology” and one of the most influential and quoted psychologists of today.
Although Thanksgiving exercises run through many self-help books, this exercise differs, which is that after you record three daily events that make you grateful and happy, you have to answer why.
For example: “Thanks for enjoying my coffee with friends.”
And the answer to why : “Because I love society and my friends.”
You understand, as soon as you answer another little question why, you are actually getting another blessing.
Continue this three times.
Write it all down.
A smile and a good feeling are guaranteed.
Try repeating this exercise for at least 7 days – and just watch your life change …