We are going to spend the next 25 minutes breathing and connecting with gratitude to help you ground, reset and reframe your mindset to a more positive state of being.
Invite yourself to surrender and relax. There is nothing you need to do – nowhere you need to be right now – you have dedicated these next 25 minutes to your own well-being. All you need to do is follow the sound of my voice and the words I speak
When we welcome the practice of gratitude into our own life it turns everything we have into enough. But we must also be easy on ourselves when we fail to see the beauty – as there will be days that are hard.
The practice of gratitude literally shifts our perspective on the world and how we view ourselves. We learn to see ourselves and the world with new eyes and grow a new appreciation for what truly matters in this life.
We learn to drop all that no longer serves us, allowing us to free up space within our own mind for inner peace, calm and contentment to grow.
When uncertainty arises or life falls apart, as it sometimes does. Having a grateful heart will make it much easier to navigate the tough times.
Gratitude doesn’t happen overnight. It must be practiced daily, and as our practice grows over time so does our base level of overall contentment, inner calm, and self-resilience. Gratitude transforms our lives as we start to turn failures into learning opportunities, our pain into compassion and our hardships into wisdom.
A daily practice of gratitude helps us discover and unearth what truly matters to us, it removes the distractions so that we can see the ordinary as extra-ordinary.
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All meditations, soundscapes and sleep stories are written and produced by Claire Charters from www.botanicaltrader.com and www.theomcollective.org