Appreciation is Wonderful

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Iqra Sial
Appreciation can make a day even change a life. Your willingness to put it into words is all that is necessary” Margaret Cousins” Appreciation is defined as “acknowledging the value and meaning of something, such as, an event, a person, a behaviour or an object, and feeling a positive emotional connection to it. It is characterized by gratitude, unconditional love , motivation and transforms life in a great way. Appreciation is a fundamental human need it is important in both private and professional life. we all want to feel valued for whom we are and we love. we want to be appreciated by what we are, what we do and what we achieved. It’s important for us to know that we have made a difference in
this world and to the people around us. When a person takes the time to express real appreciation for something we have done, it’s gives us a unique , more positive and meaningful perspective on life.
Appreciation encourages us to open our eyes to the world and I will honestly say that it makes life so much more worth living. Why Appreciation: Appreciation is associated with many benefits for individuals, including better physical and psychological health, increased happiness and life satisfaction, decreased materialism, and more. Well its all about vibration because appreciation is a highest vibration consist of positiveenergy. Joy, happiness, self confidence and encouragement. It can play a vital role in
many areas such as: • Improve psychological and physical health, increase immune responses and transmits healing to every cell of your body. • Boost moral • Build a healthy relationship • Reduce depression and stress • Improve sleep quality • Helps to bring out the best • Kill toxic emotions “A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected.” it’s not just a nice sounding quote, it is a fact that has been scientifically proven. The Taking for Granted Syndrome: This disorder “taking for granted syndrome": shows our tendency to switch off to the value of the good things in our
lives. We often fail to appreciate the full value of our health, of the people we love, of our peace, freedom and prosperity, and the very fact that we are alive at all. We usually do learn the value of these things when they’re taken away from us for example, when we become seriously ill, when our partners leave us (perhaps because we were taking them for granted). Technique to be an appreciator: • A key step to becoming a powerful appreciator is to stick with it. Once you decide this is who you want to be, create a commitment to achieve it. Even though you may not know exactly how or when you’ll get
there, your commitment to create a focus on thankfulness will serve you well. • Pick any topic in your life start by finding the best thought or feeling you can about it with gratitude. Then, find the next better thought or feeling about that then go to the next better one thought and feeling about that soon you will be in appreciation. • There are two branches of appreciation one is gratefulness and second is thanksgiving. If you go through grateful motions, the emotion of gratitude should be triggered. Grateful motions include smiling, saying thank you that can make you a good appreciator. • Energy is contagious,
so by spending time with people who are natural appreciators rather than complainers sets you up for success. At the minimum, limit your exposure to those who have tendencies toward pessimism and negativity. • Appreciation must be sincere and immediate. • Appreciation in public is more powerful than appreciation in personally. • Develop a culture of appreciation at homes and at working places as a part of environment. If the honest answers of the following questions are yes, then you are an appreciator: • I have so much in life to be thankful • I am grateful to wide variety of people • I count my blessings for what I have in this world • I feel a positive, emotional connection to nature and people •
When I see someone less fortunate than myself, I realize how lucky I am • I acknowledge to others how important they are to me • I remind myself to think about the good things I have in my life • As I get older I find myself more able to appreciate the people, events and the situations that have been part of my life history • I often appreciate others immediately and sincerely. We’re all more vulnerable and needy than we like to imagine. Authentically appreciating others will make you feel better about yourself, and it will also increase the likelihood they’ll invest more in their work, and in you. The human instinct for reciprocity runs deep most important thing is that we have to appreciate both ourselves and others.