Ten practices to be truly grateful

How do we stay in a space of gratitude when it's not so easy?

Gratitude is never easy, and yet it's the simplest freaking thing in the world. 

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All we have to do to shift our state is remember: Gratitude is a practice, not a destination. 

Gratitude is not the end, it's the means. David Rast, the buddhist monk says, "It's not JOY that makes is grateful, it's GRATITUDE that makes us joyful." 

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Gratitude teaches us that what we already have - and who we already are - is enough. 

The opposite of gratitude? If you're like me, you know it well. . . 

SCARCITY.  <insert creepy music here>

How do we deal with other people's scarcity vibes or worse -- our OWN scarcity mindset? 

I joined together with my podcast partner and friend Alex Kip to record this episode (and it was so fun to record with Alex again after a hiatus!)

We share...

  • 10 tips to stay truly grateful this holiday
  • some juicy research on gratitude
  • our personal gratitude successes and failures

The holidays can be a trying time. Our gratitude practices will be challenged. But there are definitely some fun and simple structures we can put in place to become more resilient and grateful.

I hope you have a GRATEful Thanksgiving. Listen in on your journey to wherever you're headed for some helpful reminders and profound practices to enJOY these precious moments. 

Sending you beams of love!!! 

In gratitude, 


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10 tips to be more grateful... 

1. WRITE - a thank you note

2. REMEMBER - "What you are taking for granted, someone else is praying for"


4. use your body - become embodied in your gratitude practice

5. meditate

6. speak - tell someone you are grateful for them

7. write - 10 things you are grateful for and say them out loud with FERVOR

8. breathe - 3 grateful breaths

9. WALK IT OUT - 5 minutes while repeating, "THANK YOU" 

10. Say - 'thank you' to yourself. Be grateful for you! 

BONUS: Be grateful for your gratitude practice

Do you have a gratitude tip for us? Share in the comments below!