We’re going to explore a little neuroscience on the practice of gratitude and why 20 seconds is so relevant for the intention we bring to some of the things we are grateful for.

Gratitude involves noticing the goodness in other people and the outside world. We know the brain changes with experience, so the more that gratitude is practiced, the more the brain grows and learns to tune in to the good things in the world.

It’s now very well established and replicated many times over that a practice of gratitude is associated with better mood, better sleep, less fatigue as well as some physical health benefits.

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