Psychologically, the act of gratitude has been found to improve our feelings and even our lives. Chanting “words of thanks” or writing down “things to be thankful” can have a positive effect on your mental health. By refraining from words that mean the opposite of thanks, the effect should be even greater. In addition, we believe that by expanding the apps, appreciation indexes, and appreciation certifications provided by HEART SHAKER, organizations and companies can improve better and have a positive impact on society.
“Gratitude” has the power to cheer up all the people involved in the interaction with that.
There are many famous books by Alfred Adler and others who discuss the impact of gratitude on life scientifically and empirically.
Adlerian psychology defines happiness as a state of “liking yourself,” “trusting others,” and “contributing.”
Adler says that by “appreciating” someone rather than “praising them,” we can bring out their inner bright potential.
Pam Kraut-san explains that it is the perspective of gratitude that separates a life full of problems from a life full of joy. The human brain works to look for more things that are close to what you once saw, just like how Google ads work. In other words, when you give thanks, your brain tries to prepare the environment so that you want to be grateful again.
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Maeno-san explains that happiness is related to four factors. It states that controlling this allows you to be happy.
One of them is the “thank you!” factor. It has been academically proven that the connection between love, gratitude, and kindness creates gratitude and increases the probability of happiness when you say or receive “Thank you!”
Hitori Saito-san is a big businessman who has achieved the highest tax payment Japan. He declared, “Success is the number of gratitude.” By saying “I’m grateful” on a daily basis, he says, things will turn around and eventually a great miracle will happen. In particular, he preaches that it is easier to be happier by thanking your parents.
Seikan Kobayashi-san has discovered from his experience for 40 years as a writer and lecturer that “If you say ‘thank you’ 100 times, your brain tries to find 100 phenomena that make you want to say ‘thank you’, and amegingly it happens in reality.”