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Best 12 Mindfulness Gratitude Quotes

Mindfulness Gratitude Quotes

This post contains some of the best mindfulness gratitude quotes.

Mindfulness Gratitude Quotes

1. “With all I have experienced in my own life, the power of gratitude stands above everything else. In your mindfulness practice, use gratitude until it becomes your way of life.” – Thích Nhất Hạnh

2. “Studies show—and experts counsel—that gratitude is a key component of our own happiness. People who are grateful about events and experiences from the past, who celebrate the triumphs instead of focusing on the losses or disappointments, tend to be more satisfied in the present.” – Becca Anderson

3. “Gratitude moves us to do all kinds of things inspired by joy. Gratitude can help us transform our fears into courage, our anger into forgiveness, our isolation into belonging, and another’s pain into healing. Saying “Thank you” every day will create feelings of love, compassion, and hope.” – Becca Anderson

4. “To master the art of being a gratitude practitioner, you have to take time for gratitude every day; that works for me and it will work for you. You’ll be glad and oh-so-thankful you did.” – Becca Anderson

5. “Gratitude is one of the loveliest paths to personal growth. It can be subtle. After you start approaching your life with thankfulness, you may discover that you are functioning with a “half-full mindset.”” – Becca Anderson

6. “Are you tired of walking around with a hole in your heart? Do you need more inspiration? Gratitude has been proven to be a key component of our own happiness. Those who think abundantly will find abundance everywhere they look.” – Becca Anderson

7. “Think thoughts of gratitude—about two or three good things that happened today—and notice the calm settling through your head, at least for a moment. You have activated a part of the brain that floods the body with endorphins, or feel-good hormones.” – Becca Anderson

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8. “Being grateful shakes you out of self-absorption and helps you recognize those who’ve done wonderful things for you. Expressing that gratitude continues to draw those people into your sphere.” – Becca Anderson

9. “And here is a really bold idea about embracing mindful gratitude: unplug (and recharge!).” – Becca Anderson

10. “Write a note of gratitude, a “mindful memo,” to the people in your everyday life who make a difference—the mailman, a grocery clerk, or the greeter at the mall. Tell your friends about their places of business or their great service so their businesses can grow. Just by paying attention to those people in your everyday life who can so easily go unnoticed (especially if your smartphone is glued to your hand), you can enrich each other’s life a little each day” – Becca Anderson

11. “An attitude of gratitude can make a profound difference in our day-today lives, yet, as we all come to know, not every day is filled with all good things. We each endure difficult passages: illnesses, money trouble, work woes, relationship issues, the loss of a loved one, and countless others. These are the vicissitudes of life. However, it is the attitude you bring to each situation that makes all the difference.” – Becca Anderson

12. “Occasionally things taste better than our expectation, but not always. We are often disappointed. However, when we place our mindfulness on the five contemplations, this dissatisfied attitude is replaced by acceptance and gratitude.” – Thubten Chordon

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