Gratitude & Well-Being: Three Good Things



Gratitude & Well-Being: Three Good Things Hypnosis Download


Promote your well-being, boost positive emotions and strengthen your resilience 

Would you benefit from increasing your sense of well-being, gratitude, positivity and happiness?

Do you want to counter a tendency to focus on the negative and overthink the worst?

How good will it be to enjoy more positivity and well-being, and to feel resilient to handle challenges in life?

Using this Three Good Things hypnosis download can help you to

  •  Increase your sense of well-being, positivity and happiness
  •  Experience more gratitude and appreciation for the things in your life
  •  Lessen your negative emotions and experience more positive ones
  •  Develop your psychological resilience to handle challenges that come your way
  •  Build upon this scientifically proven way to support your mental health and well-being

This hypnosis download is based upon a wealth of evidence and research from the field of positive psychology. Using this gratitude based hypnosis download  will help you to boost you well-being, add to feeling more positive, experience lessened negative emotions and develop resilience to handle and cope with challenges.


Enhance Your Well-Being And Mental Health

One of the tasks I often set my clients is to spend a few minutes at the end of each day thinking back on three good things, or positive things, from that day.

With anxiety, depression, stress, worry or overthinking the tendency is to spend more and more time thinking about negative or bad things or the kind of things that made you feel anxious, low or down in some way. Thinking about three positive things starts to counter that by deliberate and conscious focus on things that are going right. Each and every day will have it’s better moments and these can be built upon here to support feeling better.

Consistently adopting the three good things practice can promote your well-being, increase positive emotions and happiness, lessen negative emotions and support your resilience.


Gratitude, Well-Being & Mental Health

There’s a wealth of scientific research that supports the benefits of practising gratitude for promoting your well-being and mental health. Gratitude has been positively correlated with several aspects of well-being and mental health including life satisfaction, happiness, optimism and positivity. Gratitude also significantly predicts less depression and anxiety symptoms.

By gratitude, we are talking about noticing and appreciating the benefits you receive. and the positive experiences and outcomes you obtain.

Grateful people are more focused on the appreciation of the good things that are present in their life, including personal qualities, skills and resources. As a result, they are less likely to be self critical or consider themselves not good enough, and more willing to consider themselves as resourceful and to encourage themselves (Petrocchi and Couyoumdjian, 2016_

As self-criticism can be a component of anxiety and depression, practicing gratitude can help support your mental health and well-being and may even offer some protection from common mental health problems.

Consistently applying gratitude practices can help you feel more satisfied in life, experience more well-being, feel more positive and strengthen your mental health. As if that wasn’t enough, it can help boost your self-esteem, improve how you feel in yourself, and reduce the likelihood of depression and anxiety.


Three Good Things: Boost Your Gratitude & Well-Being

One of the positive psychology techniques for increasing well-being is the ‘Three Good Things’ intervention. This involves listing three good things that went well each day, and the reasons why they went well.

Seligman et al (2005), asked study participants to write down three things that went well each day and why they went well. Those who carried out this exercise were happier and less depressed at one month and six month follow ups. And Bolier et al (2013), in a meta-analysis of positive psychology interventions,, found that they can be effective in the enhancement of subjective well-being and psychological well-being, as well as in helping to reduce depressive symptoms.

Given that positive emotions contribute to psychological well-being and resilience, and the ability to cope with life’s challenges, any interventions that are evidenced to help you improve happiness and well-being can help support you to experience more positive emotions and to deal with any negative emotions.

These positive results have also been found in the field of healthcare workers, who often work in highly stressful and emotional situations that can lead to burn-out and stress related trauma had participants complete the three good things exercise for fourteen days and found that it helped promote the well-being of the healthcare workers, which could contribute to strengthened resilience (Rippstein-Leuenberger et al, 2017).

A number of other studies have also demonstrated that carrying out the three good things intervention can help improve well-being (Lai and O’Carroll, 2017,  Adair, Kennedy and Sexton, 2020).

And so, it seems pretty clear from all the evidence here, that the three things intervention can help you to boost you well-being, add to feeling more positive, experience lessened negative emotions and develop resilience to handle and cope with challenges.


Boost Your Psychological Well-Being

This hypnosis download will help you to develop your sense of well-being and happiness, You will increase your positive emotions and lessen negative ones.

By listening to this Three Good Things Hypnosis Download Audio you will:

  •  Increase your well-being, positivity, resilience and happiness
  •  Experience more gratitude and appreciation for the good things in your life
  •  Lessen your negative emotions and experience more positive emotions
  •  Develop your psychological resilience to cope with challenges that come your way
  •  Build upon this scientifically proven way to support your mental health and well-being


You can get your copy today and enjoy instant access to this powerful hypnosis download. If you do really want to boost your resilience, reduce your anxiety and cope better then do get your copy of this hypnosis download right now. It really is a positive and beneficial step forward in enjoying being you.




Adair, K.C., Kennedy, L.A. and Sexton, J.B., 2020. Three Good Tools: Positively reflecting backwards and forwards is associated with robust improvements in well-being across three distinct interventions. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 15(5), pp.613-622.

Bolier, L., Haverman, M., Westerhof, G.J., Riper, H., Smit, F. and Bohlmeijer, E., 2013. Positive psychology interventions: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled studies. BMC public health, 13(1), pp.1-20.

Dennis, A., Ogden, J. and Hepper, E.G., 2020. Evaluating the impact of a time orientation intervention on well-being during the COVID-19 lockdown: past, present or future?. The Journal of Positive Psychology, pp.1-11.

Lai, S.T. and O’Carroll, R.E., 2017. ‘The Three Good Things’-the effects of gratitude practice on wellbeing: a randomised controlled trial. Health Psychology Update, 26(1), p.11.

Petrocchi, Nicola, and Alessandro Couyoumdjian. “The impact of gratitude on depression and anxiety: the mediating role of criticizing, attacking, and reassuring the self.” Self and Identity15, no. 2 (2016): 191-205.

Rash, Joshua A., M. Kyle Matsuba, and Kenneth M. Prkachin. “Gratitude and well‐being: Who benefits the most from a gratitude intervention?.” Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 3, no. 3 (2011): 350-369.

Rippstein-Leuenberger, K., Mauthner, O., Sexton, J.B. and Schwendimann, R., 2017. A qualitative analysis of the Three Good Things intervention in healthcare workers. BMJ open, 7(5).

Seligman, M.E., Steen, T.A., Park, N. and Peterson, C., 2005. Positive psychology progress: empirical validation of interventions. American psychologist, 60(5), p.410.

Wood, Alex M., Jeffrey J. Froh, and Adam WA Geraghty. “Gratitude and well-being: A review and theoretical integration.” Clinical psychology review 30, no. 7 (2010): 890-905.


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