Gratitude - 11 Things to Be Grateful For
14 Min
Meditation
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Alex Dudgon
Wisdom, Inner Peace & Self-Empowerment
A focus on 11 areas to be grateful for. Keeping up a regular gratitude practice is scientifically proven to enhance our happiness and wellbeing. Many people chase the feeling of abundance in their external world when in fact it lives within us. A heart-warming way to start your day. 
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Andrew
So many things I am grateful for
My life is so full of people that I am grateful for. I recently slipped into a dark place and through meditation I have a greater appreciation for who I can be when I am fully grounded through the earth into the universe. Cowabunga namaste!
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Caro
Gratitude
There are so many things to be grateful for but it seems very easy to lose sight of this when I’m in a whirlwind of shit. Great to connect with this early in the morning.
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Cherish
Change in Perspective
When we take a few moments to think of the people and things we do have in our life, we immediately receive a boost of happiness and energy. This simple change in perspective makes us realize that the grass isn’t necessarily greener on the other side. In this wonderful meditation, we cultivate the wonderful experience of gratitude. In doing so, we begin the process of rewiring our brain to see more abundance in our lives rather than lack. Being guided through 11 different topics, I thought of a variety of things I am grateful for. Finding a smile on my face and feelings of pure joy in my heart for the abundance I have in my life, this gratitude practice had my entire Being shining with light after. Because these 11 different topics really opened my eyes to things I hadn’t thought of before where I can find gratitude in, I will adopt some of these in my own gratitude practice. Especially with social media, it can be quite easy to see what everyone else has and then feel some sort of lack when we look at our own life. Whether we realize it or not, we all have the something(s) and someone(s) in our own life in which we can find gratitude for. It’s this simple change in perspective where we realize something. The grass isn’t necessarily greener on the other side. In fact, by practicing gratitude, we usually find that our grass is pretty lush and green right in front of our own eyes. Namaste 🙏🏻❤️☮️
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Walter J
Gratefully...
Gratitude is the multiplier of beneficence. Have it and the world is better!! 🌺🐚🍀