Gratefulness, like mindfulness or yoga, is an awareness practice and a way of training, deepening, and directing our attention. Like other forms of practice, gratefulness makes us more resilient and flexible, and also offers a way to frame and learn from everything that unfolds in our lives.
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Welcome to DAY 8 of our practice. Let’s begin… Please close your eyes while you…
My father was a seanchaí (the Gaelic word for a storyteller/historian)—not by trade but in…
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We are delighted to announce the upcoming release of Kristi Nelson’s book Wake Up Grateful