Recently, I’ve realized that many people are having difficulty moving in a forward direction because they can’t get quiet, grounded or clear.
It seems that for some sticking with a gratitude practice is difficult.
If you need help with gratitude and want to stay motivated or just want to be part of a group with similar interests, then contact me or start your own group or checkout groups on some of the social networking sites or locally through your bookstores or other gathering places for like-minded people.
Take your gratitude practice to the next level:
Increase your practice time to 5 min twice daily. During that time think about an incident that was difficult for you to handle and see if you can identify something that came out of it or something that was avoided because of the situation or personal experience. Be particularly aware of your feelings during the exercise.
Are you still finding that this is an emotional trigger? If so, then you still have work to clear the interference that has a hold on you. Be sure that you haven’t just “stuffed” your emotions around the experience this will require genuine examination of yourself, your motives, justifications and fears.
Try Being Gr8ful for Nature…
Have you given gratitude a try?
Do you have a daily gratitude practice?
If not remember it’s easy when you start with things in nature that you find beautiful.
Each day spend 2 minutes in the morning and another 2 minutes at night to truly feel and envision everything that you’re grateful for in your life.
And watch your life improve.
Have fun being a Gr8ful Cre8tor!