|Posted by Lisa on September 21, 2016 at 2:35 PM|
I have been learning that being grateful is a practice. It's too easy for our ego to take hold of us and guide us into a sense of being in need or deserving of things we don't have. When we can be grateful for what we do have right now, it is so liberating. It is so fulfilling to look at all you have as gifts. While we were at Bhakti Fest a couple weeks ago, I had a beautiful Saturday morning that started with listening to Steve Gorn play bansuri flute and then a man named Sharanam lead us through some focusing practices including this one. This meditation practice begins with being grateful and then sends your spirit home to the present allowing you to taste your true nature and the divine force around you; to come hOMe. Try this when you first wake up, in the middle of the day or at night for 1-5 minutes and see how this can shift your perspective to FULLNESS. Let me know how this felt to do and if it made a difference for you. Leave your comments here!