World Thank You Day

Today is World Thank You Day. You probably know what it means...

We tend to express our gratitude to others when we feel that we owe them something, when we have gained from their efforts, and when we would like to share our feelings about them.

Sometimes demonstrating gratitude is an "obligation" or an "expectation," but sometimes it's just a spontaneous "thank you" to a person who has just brightened up our day without knowing it. In most situations, we express gratitude for sharing the warm feelings of the giver with us.

As lovely as it is to be wanting to communicate our appreciation and good vibes with others, we hardly ever really stop to consider what we get out of showing others our gratitude. It does a great deal for our brain and our mental health.

We tend to express our gratitude to others when we feel we owe them something, when we have gained from their efforts, and when we would like to share our feelings about them.

"Gratitude can change common days into thanksgivings, turn jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings." -William Arthur Ward

Today, we will talk about how meditation helps develop and cultivate our grateful side.

Meditation is a great way to start practicing daily gratitude; it allows us to experience more pleasant emotions, savor better experiences, enhance our health, cope with challenges and develop solid relationships.

Meditating is hard when you are a beginner. You may experience many intrusive thoughts that could actually make you feel anxious and just let your mind slip away from the actual exercise... If this happens to you, acknowledge your thought and just let it go, and focus on the gratitude you want to express.

Red light therapy has been proven to help with sleep, mood disorders, anxiety, and focus by penetrating the skull and allowing the brain to absorb the light. This light absorption enhances the cell functions and the ability to regenerate, heal and protect them from improving your brain's health and optimizing your meditation moments!

Red light therapy is a great way to jump into a new meditation routine! Combining your RLT session with meditation will encourage your body to enter the purest state for its own well-being. Disconnecting from the outside world and refocusing on the inside world while your cells regenerate is a truly amazing process and a healthy habit you can introduce into your daily or weekly routine!

To thank all our customers and readers, we are giving each customer who buys any of our products on the 11th of January a cleaning kit! Use the discount code: WTHANKY to gift one of our products as a thank you to a loved one, or thank yourself for making it to where you are (yes, life is hard, so bravo, champion) by gifting yourself a red light therapy device that your health will be thanking you for!

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