Stanford Neuroscientist: “This is THE MOST POWERFUL PRACTICE You Can Do…” Andrew Huberman

Written by on December 15, 2021 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Thrive with 1 Comment
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“Performing a gratitude practice twice or three times or even just once a week can lead to a pervasive, long-lasting impact on subjective well-being. The key thing is it has to be the right gratitude practice. And we're going to talk about what the right gratitude practice looks like.” ~ Andrew Huberman, Stanford Neuroscientist

Stanford Neuroscientist Andrew Huberman explains how this very specific type of gratitude practice can positively change your whole life – both mentally and physically.


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  1. rennie.desousa29@gmail.com' reni desousa says:

    Excuse me, but this Gratitude practice was to complicated for my simple brain. I have a simple practice of saying the following: “Infinite Love and Gratitude”
    That makes me well and happy every day, and the Universe delivers its Blessings! So much for scince of the brain?

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