The Attitude of Gratitude Improves Your Health

by Leah Johnson-Anderson on June 2, 2017

Hello Everyone Master Leah here,

I have created a Gratitude Meditation for anyone to use for free.

In an article posted by Today.com Researchers at the University of California San Diego’s School of Medicine, found that practicing gratitude boosted immune system function and improved sleep in their research participants.

“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.”

As the saying goes, “neurons that fire together wire together.” I learned this  while studying how to correct speech disorders at the University of Washington.  This means that the more you put your attention and energy into learning or creating something, the stronger the outcome  effect will be. This is true for many aspects of our lives, but it is equally as true for both positive and negative emotional states.

The negative emotions we experience such as chronic sadness, worry, regret, fears, feeling unloved or unappreciated, hating our own life, all lower our energy levels, physically, emotionally, spiritually, and energetically. They also break down the process of proper cellular DNA repair, which if experienced for long periods of time leads to disease and illness in our bodies. The opposite is true of our positive feelings and emotions such as love, gratitude, joy, kindness, and happiness. These emotions trigger waves of chemicals that recharge and redirect DNA repair, stimulate neurological development, and re-energize us physically, emotionally, spiritually and energetically, fueling our entire system with health and vitality.

Dr. Joe Dispenza wrote a remarkable book titled Evolve Your Brain, in this book he explains the neurological, biological, and chemical responses that take place for our bodies to take on the emotions we encode as feelings. These emotional encodings literally become our physical body. How we think, and feel becomes our physiology. I encourage you to check out his book and find out what you may have already known for years. Or perhaps you will learn something new for the first time.

Dr. Joe Dispenza’s book explains in very scientific detail what Chinese Energetic Medicine ( aka Medical Qigong ) healers and teachers have known, studied, and observed about the human body for over 7000 years. His work supports our views and philosophy on how the body heals. Each person has the ability to heal themselves. I personally believe this, because I have seen that not only can we heal ourselves through thought alone, but when it is used in conjunction with energy medicine like Medical Qigong treatments, it will heal the body even faster. Dr. Laura and I have personally seen this with cancer patients, Parkinson’s Disease, and other chronic health conditions.

In addition to practicing Qigong exercises daily, Dr. Laura and I practice the “Attitude of Gratitude” to bring about a healthy body, mind and spirit. Please enjoy this free meditation and share it with those you believe will benefit from it. No matter what your situation, you can find gratitude in your life. There is always an opportunity to be grateful, even for the breaths we take every day

In loving kindness,

Master Leah

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