Good morning and Happy Monday, mindful ones!
Wow, it’s already Thanksgiving week! The holiday falls a bit early this year, and 2018 has flown by very quickly.
As we wind down for the year, it’s always a great opportunity to pause and reflect on all of the countless blessings that we’ve been given.
Gratitude is definitely a theme I use throughout the year; for me it’s an every day attitude I work on cultivating.
I’ve learned that when I search for things to be grateful for, it definitely impacts my mood positively. It makes me feel lighter and happier for sure.
I’ve also found that when I focus on all that I’m grateful for and what I do have, I can find contentment and appreciation.
It’s a perspective shift to find thankfulness for things we may take for granted because we’ve always had them. Or people who we assume will always be around.
It’s so prevalent in our society to think we need more. Especially as we gear up for the already-here holiday season.
Gratitude is the highest vibration that we can emit as human beings. It attracts more abundance and blessings.
As we gather with friends, family and loved ones this week, what are you truly thankful for?
Can you identify some perceived challenges or setbacks that you’ve experienced this year or even throughout your lifetime, and find gratitude for them? For the opportunity to grow, overcome, strengthen and transform?
Our trials and tribulations ultimately level us up to live with more awareness, compassion, humility and grace.
I’m eternally grateful to you, dear sweet yogis! And for all the yogis who have come before us and for all those who will carry on this sacred tradition when we are all long gone.
May this Thanksgiving season be filled with love, gratitude and continued blessings on your journey.
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