For Awe
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For Awe

For Awe — Challenge 1

Reflect on your moments of awe for increased life satisfaction

The simple act of writing about awe can be very powerful. Recalling the experience in vivid detail can conjure up the feelings you had at the time.

A 2012 study from Stanford University, found that people who completed this writing exercise felt even better than people who recalled and wrote about…

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For true happiness and better physical and mental health, make way for awe. In the vastness of the universe, the opportunities for finding awe are unlimited. Sharing our experiences of awe increases the impact it has on us and further connects us for the greater good.

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K. Barrett

K. Barrett

I’m an educator, mom, wife, daughter, sister, friend, reader, writer, photographer, and health enthusiast, connecting with and helping others through writing.

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