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Gratitude is the greatest virtue

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November 13, 2022

I have been doing this gratitude practice for the past 2 years. I can see significant change in me looking at the life. Complaints have reduced. I started appreciating life more now. I see miracles in the normal day to day life. I wish everyone must try this. It magically changes the spirit and brings lot of happiness. It has improved the quality of thoughts, positive vibes, relationships and productivity. I walk with zest. As i feel gratitude for the already existing aspects, i feel abundant.

In a nutshell, Gratitude is the greatest virtue which brings other virtues along with it.

I sometimes think why I didn’t know about this amazing practice for these many years.

Thank you Geethanjali and Rhonda Byrne to introduce gratitude to me.

Lakshmi prabha

Thank you, thank you, thank you

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October 16, 2022

Thank you for giving 42 days free gratitude sessions, it’s all about small things in life we taken granted and never notice importance for how great they are. Thank you for teaching these valuable lessons. Thank you🙏


Gratitude journey

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September 9, 2022

After doing the gratitude challenge has made me so grateful in realising the small things around us that we overlook and take for granted.

I look forward to do the challenge.

The gratitude challenge has made me calm, more relaxed and appreciate so much that I have in life.

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you

Geetanjali for this amazing grateful journey 🙏🏻💕



Gratitude can transform our life. Research shows that regular practice of gratitude brings below benefits:

  1. 2012 study published in Personality and Individual Differences shows gratitude improves physical health.
  2. Robert A. Emmons, Ph.D., a leading gratitude researcher, has conducted multiple studies on the link between gratitude and well-being. His research confirms that gratitude increases happiness and reduces depression.
  3. Grateful people are more likely to behave in a prosocial manner, even when others behave less kind, according to a 2012 study by the University of Kentucky.
  4. Writing in a gratitude journal improves sleep, according to a 2011 study published in Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being. S “Clinical trials indicate that the practice of gratitude can have dramatic and lasting effects in a person’s life,” said Robert A. Emmons, professor of psychology at UC Davis. “It can lower blood pressure, improve immune function and facilitate more efficient sleep.


Starts on: November 14th 2022
Daily practice sessions on Zoom: 7:15 AM to 7:25 AM IST and 9 PM to 9:10 PM IST
What do we do in practice session? Deep breathing, mini gratitude meditation, gratitude journaling
Fees: None
Eligibility: Open for all

What does the program include? Daily 10 minutes practice sessions on zoom, WhatsApp Satsang 7 PM to 9 PM IST, Sunday Gratitude Satsang on Zoom, Thought for the Day, Study of Rhonda Byrne’s book ‘The Magic’

WhatsApp Group to join: https://chat.whatsapp.com/DaXQXvZnagvIIMJ4NX39e0

You can invite your friends and family members to join the group.


It takes at least 21 days of practice to learn a new habit. Some of us may take longer. So, the program is for 42 days. Also, it takes 42 rupees to plant a tree. We will end the challenge by planting at least one tree.


Many of us experience miracles when we practice gratitude due to the law of karma and the law of attraction. Share your experience and inspire others.