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posted by Charlotte Bell on December 30, 2008 |

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Are you feeling overwhelmed? When you get stressed out about all the responsibilities on your plate during the holidays (or any time, for that matter), it can be very helpful to literally count your blessings. You don’t even have to take time out to do this. Next time you’re waiting in line or stopped at a stoplight, think about all the things there are in your life to be grateful for. This is a wonderful way to bring balance and brightness to your life.

We’d love for you to share your thoughts about what you feel grateful for.

Post By Charlotte Bell (315 Posts)

Charlotte Bell discovered yoga in 1982 and began teaching in 1986. Charlotte is the author of Mindful Yoga, Mindful Life: A Guide for Everyday Practice, published by Rodmell Press. Her second book, Yoga for Meditators (Rodmell Press) was published in May 2012. She writes a monthly column for CATALYST Magazine and serves as editor for Yoga U Online. Charlotte is a founding board member for GreenTREE Yoga, a non-profit that brings yoga to schools and to underserved populations. A lifelong musician, Charlotte plays oboe and English horn in the Salt Lake Symphony and folk sextet Red Rock Rondo, whose DVD won two Emmy awards in 2010.

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7 Responses to “gratitude”

  1. Erica Says:

    I’m grateful for e.e cummings:
    “suddenly, as when the heart of this flower imagines the snow carefully everywhere descending;”

  2. Mike Lademann Says:

    Very good post. It really helped me alot! Thanks!

  3. Carl Baugatz Says:

    Be sure not to limit yourself. Lots of guys restrict themselves to what they think they are able to do. You can gothat far as your mind will let you.

  4. Spiritual Healer Says:

    Thanks for the great post once again, looking forward to the next one!

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