Create a 'Gratitude Diary' allowing you to focus on the positive aspects of your day and your life.
At the end of each day write at least 3 things for which you are truly grateful. eg: family, friends, abundance, a job
well done, having positive loving thoughts, great health...
It is possible to be grateful for not only the good in our
lives, but also for that which we judge to be 'not-so-good' - our learning experiences...every cloud has a silver lining!
Use your intention to complete each day. Release it with love and (forgiveness if required). Focus on the positive
aspects on all levels - body, mind and Spirit. This helps you to have a more peaceful sleep and a positive start to each new
day and each new beginning.**