Grit/Grace/Gratitude

Grit. Grace. Gratitude. Transcendence – The Positive Psychology People – Positivity Article

When we heal, we experience transcendence. People who fully live in the present are able to navigate from past experiences toward a more meaningful life. Those who feel that sense of wholeness or completeness are able to transcend the lessons we learned along the path toward enlightenment.   Adyashanti said, “A total acceptance of yourself brings about a total transcendence of yourself.” What does that look like? We are not afraid of not knowing. We are excited to learn more.…

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Grit. Grace. Gratitude. Abundance – The Positive Psychology People – Positivity Article

Abundance  ‘I have abundance of …’, finish that sentence in your own voice. ‘I am abundant in …’,  finish that sentence. Turn it into an action word, and now,  a present day, ‘now’ phrase. The self-help industries tell us to envision it, as if we already have what we want. So do some theories in practice in the field of psychology. And in the sports industries.  There is an interesting phenomenon happening in the world right now. A pull toward alternative…

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Grit. Grace. Gratitude. Freedom – The Positive Psychology People – Positivity Article

This post will be from a place of “freedom”; an existential concept I’ve been working on in my studies. “Freedom” is the inescapable aspect of the human condition; we are the authors of our lives and therefore are responsible for our destiny and accountable for our actions.” (Corey, 2017) For us here in the states, today is a national holiday. An entire day dedicated to someone who took the freedom away from a native culture. Conscious awareness is complicated when…

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Grit. Grace. Gratitude. Beautiful. – The Positive Psychology People – Positivity Article

Eunoia (n.) a pure and well-balanced mind, a good spirit. “Beautiful Thinking” Beautiful thinking will get you everywhere. Grit, Grace and Gratitude are navigators, but the Eunoia is the driver that clears the mind’s path toward living. I’ve lived in the darkness of hardship, adverse life events and stressors that needed healing. The path I was on wasn’t a bad one. In fact, it was, or should have been glorious. And yet, others on the path with me didn’t want me…

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