Gratitude Tips

Gratitude tips for everyone this season 

Written BY

Neil Sunley

Hypnotherapist in Beverley

Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy MHyp DHyp (FHT reg)
CBT Practitioner
AFN Nutrition Advisor
EFT (Tapping) Practitioner
Founder, Elite Self Defence

Cultivating gratitude has now been linked to many physical, mental and spiritual benefits. The following are some tips on how you can use gratitude to help you find balance and health.

Create a Journal

Simply start jotting down your thoughts and set some positive coping strategies for the day. After six months look back over your notes to see if there are any patterns to your behaviour that need work. Recently I published my version of a gratitude journal available here:

Express gratitude to others

Don't keep your gratitude to yourself. Share your appreciation with others. Whether it's a heartfelt thank-you note, a kind word, or a simple gesture, expressing gratitude strengthens your connections with people and enhances your sense of well-being.


Incorporate mindfulness into your routine by savoring positive experiences. Instead of rushing through your day, take a moment to fully experience the sights, sounds, and sensations around you. This heightened awareness can lead to a deeper appreciation for life's small joys.

Practice Kindness

Engage in acts of kindness without expecting anything in return. Whether it's helping a neighbor, volunteering, or simply offering a kind word to a stranger, these actions not only benefit others but also cultivate a sense of gratitude within yourself.


Incorporate gratitude affirmations into your daily routine. Repeat positive statements that focus on appreciation and abundance. This can help rewire your brain to naturally seek out and recognize moments of gratitude

Gratitude really helps with depressive states and those needing spiritual guidance in their lives.

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