mfh Posted November 14, 2013 Report Share Posted November 14, 2013 As Thanksgiving approaches and in the midst of grief, pausing to remember that for which we are grateful is healing and uplifting. With that thought I begin this topic. A speaker on one of the webinars I watched yesterday suggested that as we put our heads on our pillows at night, we identify something for which we are grateful...but something we have never expressed gratitude for in the past. The speaker suggested that doing this leads to awareness, mindfulness, all day long as we develop a habit of watching for that one thing we have never expressed or felt gratitude for before. I believe this can include a memory of our loved one that flashes before our hearts and minds or a gift our beloveds gave us...the list is endless. http://griefhelps.com/free-mini-videos/gratitudes/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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