Living gratefully - small exercises with a big impact

Tomorrow in Ostseebad Binz

Michael Ragg, journalist, publicist, TV presenter and speaker, © Susanne Baur / (C) Michael Ragg

The next dates:

  • Thursday, Jul 25, 202419:30 - 20:30 clock
Church Event, Lecture & Science

The speaker presents the latest results of gratitude research, which conclude that consciously living gratitude in everyday life is a kind of universal therapeutic that leads to a new quality of life. He demonstrates simple exercises that allow unexpected sources of joy and health to flow.

The speaker will present the latest results of gratitude research, which conclude that consciously living gratitude in everyday life is a kind of universal therapeutic that leads to a new quality of life. Those who live gratefully, says the speaker, perceive more of the world, make better decisions, cope with crises more easily, have less stress, sleep better and are generally livelier and healthier.

The lecture explores the question of where this power of gratitude comes from. He shows well-known and surprising reasons for gratitude and teaches simple, highly effective exercises for everyday life in an entertaining and humorous way, which help to see the world in a new light, bring forgotten values into consciousness and uncover sources of joy.

Michael Ragg runs "Ragg's Domspatz", an "agency for Christian life culture". His series of talks "How life can succeed" with the well-known psychologist Elisabeth Lukas can be seen on Catholic television EWTN, and a book of the same name by both authors has been published by Butzon & Bercker.

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Event dates
  • Thursday, Jul 25, 2024 19:30 - 20:30 clock
Event Location

Katholische Kirche Binz

Klünderberg 2
18609 Ostseebad Binz


(0049) 3838-209351
Contact the organiser

Archdiocese of Berlin - Tourism Pastoral Care

Niederwallstraße 8-9
10117 Berlin


info@erzbistumberlin.de
+49 30 326840
https://www.erzbistumberlin.de/