The simple yet profound exercise that changes everything for your thyroid health


Have you ever had one of those days or weeks when things just don’t seem to be going your way?


I had a week like that, with big car worries (one of my personal top 3 stressors) which lowered my immune system enough to catch the virus going around, which led to days in bed, which led me to feeling sorry for myself, which led to the blues, which led to more to feel sorry about, which is where I finally caught myself and remembered this practice (which is my normal habit, but I had simply forgotten):





You’ve likely heard of the power of gratitude to transform.   It’s true.


You don’t have to get all fancy and write in a pretty journal or anything, although that’s great if you want to.  You don’t even have to write anything down.   It’s really simple.  Here’s how I do it:


All I do is start listing things in my head, like… thank you for my beautiful home, my warm bed, my heater, running water, the trees I see outside my window, my work, my animal and people friends, the food in my fridge, a car that runs, the way community comes together in a crisis, and on and on and on.

There is no end to things to be grateful for.  All I need to do is look around me.  Even if I’m tired or sick, I can say I’m grateful for having all my limbs, my senses, a bed to rest in… etc., etc.  And I breathe all this in.  I receive ALL THIS.  And then my cup feels full.


It’s so great how quickly this shifts my energy, raises my vibration and perks up my health and my mood.


Whatever is going on for you with your health or your life, try this simple, yet powerful practice of gratitude.  I promise, you’ll feel better.


Grateful for you,



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