Cultivating gratitude for all in our life (on a daily basis) supports us to heal our body, feel happier & to receive more in all areas of our lives- relationships, money/material, passions, purpose, spirituality.
Watch the short video above as I speak more on the importance of gratitude and how to cultivate more of it- even for the “bad” or challenging stuff. Then find more gratitude goodies to support you below.
I’m grateful that you are a part of my community.
xoxo Tanya 🙂
Tips & Tools to Cultivate Your Attitude of Gratitude All Year Long:
1) Take time each morning & evening to write/speak what you are grateful for today (include yourself!).
2) Take time daily to look at the stuff in your life that your ego would call “bad” or challenging. What gifts, lessons, or opportunities to heal & grow might these situations and people be providing for you?
3) Share often with the people in your life why you are grateful for and appreciate them.
I just returned from a 2 week dream trip to Bali and want to share 3 very important things I learned… 1. I learned gratitude. Again. Gratitude is something I really try to practice on a daily basis and of course we’re in November, which means Thanksgiving for those of us in the U.S. But Bali took that gratitude to an even deeper level. It’s a third world country and it was shocking to me to see how people lived there and how happy and thankful they were despite their living conditions: living in shacks with garbage everywhere. Wow, it was truly eye opening. Bring gratitude into your life on a daily basis. We tend to look at things we don’t want that are in our lives and we also focus on the things we don’t have. But, oh my gosh, we have so much here and we are so lucky to have freedom and to have so many opportunities. Consider trying one of these: -List a few things in your head every morning before you get out of bed. -Keep a gratitude journal. -Talk about what you’re thankful for with your family/friends at dinner time. -Use the time you’re waiting (in line, traffic) to think about what you’re grateful for. 2. Take time for reflection. Fall in itself is a time to slow down and look at things that are working or not working in your life. And sometimes that means letting go. But the truth is that we …Continue reading →