Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance. What goodness do you sometimes forget or take for granted?
Before your mind wakes up completely every morning, create a blank canvas. Clear your mind starting the day with a gratitude meditation.
Feel the gratitude growing and becoming brighter and brighter with each beat of your heart as you do the sharing gratitude meditation.
How does it feel to be grateful? Throughout our busy lives, we often lose the chance to find stillness. Do this making room for gratitude meditation.
We often take the heart for granted without noticing all of the work it does for us. Connect with your heart, do the heart-centered gratitude meditation.
Gratitude is not in the words but in the heart, which expresses it. What meaning do you draw from these words? How does the heart express gratitude?
Open to the sense of gratitude and gladness. Explore what these experiences are like and how it has the power to lift up your mood and your spirit.
Say “Thank you” to all the people, to all that is around you and part of you. Find and discover that in gratitude, you care about so much more.
Do you think you feel empty and forgotten to appreciate things in your life? You can always come to this special place in your heart and fill your cup.
Has gratitude been unrecognized or forgotten? Your experience with gratitude can help to recognize where it has been present and unrecognized.
Be mindful of the events that happen in your life. To keep the important experiences which make you happy well remembered, end the day with gratitude.
Allow yourself to feel benefited from the gift of gratitude. Allow yourself to feel appreciation. This is Day 7 gratitude.
Inspire gratitude by helping the body connect in unity with the mind. Offer thanks to your unique body as you do the body appreciation meditation.
Begin to take notice and appreciate the little things around you. Even these little things offer us a chance to live in the present moment.
See if you can take an inventory of the things for which you’re grateful. This meditation samples 12 intentions of gratitude.
Ajahn shares Buddhist wisdom about gratitude. How gratitude is a silent teacher in the Buddhist teachings but quite a persistent one.
Affirmations offer inspiration and support. “I am grateful for the gifts I receive from others” is an example of the evening affirmations of gratitude.
Anam Thubten talks about how embracing each moment ‘as it is’ leads to concentration and worry-free living vis a vis dwelling to past.
Anam Thubten leads a guided meditation for embracing each moment. I will abide with a mind imbued with gladness, abundant, exalted, immeasurable.
James Baraz tells a story about the importance of appreciating our benefactors. These mentors and inspirations should be considered streams of goodness.
Donald Rothberg talks about the relationship between Generosity and Gratitude. It's the spirit of giving is based on the feeling of Gratitude.
Sean Fargo leads the Opening to Gratitude meditation. This meditation teaches to appreciate the gifts, to be thankful while thinking of people close to us.
Rick Hanson talks about Gratitude. It’s a sort of a catchword for gladness, satisfaction, and fulfillment. These feelings are the core of happiness.
Oren Sofer leads a guided meditation of Gratitude. The secret of gratitude is that it can be cultivated and strengthened as a source of well being and inner happiness.
Tara Brach talks about Gratitude & Generosity. Breathing in & out, letting go is one of expressing gratitude to the world.
Gil Fronsdal is a world-renowned Buddhist teacher and scholar. In this free mindfulness talk, he discusses the importance of Gratitude.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation about Gratitude. The feeling of deep appreciation and gratitude promotes mindful awareness and goodwill to others.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation about Gratitude and Gladness. Most of the time, these two form a sweet blend. Let’s explore them together here.
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