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    Prudence Sinclair

    If you are new to the practice of gratitude, you’ll notice it may not come easily to you. It didn’t to me at first. Even though I knew on a soul level that gratitude would be a key in transforming my health, my human ego just wasn’t having it a lot of the time. But that was okay. I was determined to do what I knew my heart and soul needed.

    So I started small. When you are struggling with cancer, you’ll find that it’s not always easy to see all there is to be grateful for. But there is SO MUCH there, even in those dark moments.

    For instance, when I would get up to get something from the kitchen, I would be grateful my legs worked. When I got food out of the fridge, I would be grateful there was food in there. If a song came on the radio I liked, I would be grateful to spend time with such lovely sounds.

    With each day, I began to see more and more things to be grateful for. This was really interesting and exciting to me. I didn’t have to try as hard, they were just there.

    I was grateful for the sun…

    I was grateful for my beautiful dog who kept me company...

    Grateful for a smile from a stranger…

    Grateful for my imagination…

    Grateful for the birds singing…

    Grateful for the perfect cup of tea…

    Grateful for my sense of humor…

    Grateful for every new thing I was learning...

    Each day I was able to see how much there was to be grateful for in my life and it seemed that each day I felt more and more joy.

    And I didn’t have to force any of this. It simply happened once I began the practice.

    Try practicing deliberate gratitude.
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    If you are new to the practice of gratitude, you’ll notice it may not come easily to you. It didn’t to me at first. Even though I knew on a soul level that gratitude would be a key in transforming my health, my human ego just wasn’t having it a lot of the time. But that was okay. I was determined to do what I knew my heart and soul needed.

So I started small. When you are struggling with cancer, you’ll find that it’s not always easy to see all there is to be grateful for. But there is SO MUCH there, even in those dark moments.

For instance, when I would get up to get something from the kitchen, I would be grateful my legs worked. When I got food out of the fridge, I would be grateful there was food in there. If a song came on the radio I liked, I would be grateful to spend time with such lovely sounds.

With each day, I began to see more and more things to be grateful for. This was really interesting and exciting to me. I didn’t have to try as hard, they were just there.

I was grateful for the sun…

I was grateful for my beautiful dog who kept me company...

Grateful for a smile from a stranger…

Grateful for my imagination…

Grateful for the birds singing…

Grateful for the perfect cup of tea…

Grateful for my sense of humor…

Grateful for every new thing I was learning...

Each day I was able to see how much there was to be grateful for in my life and it seemed that each day I felt more and more joy.

And I didn’t have to force any of this. It simply happened once I began the practice.

Try practicing deliberate gratitude.

     

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    “You can’t be fearful and grateful simultaneously.”

    ~Tony Robbins

    We’ve all been facing a lot of adversity lately with COVID-19, and some people have several layers of adversity that they are dealing with at any given time. I know all too well how challenging it can feel to step into a state of gratitude when your life is full of fear and uncertainty.

    Though it may seem counterintuitive, it is during these times especially that we must practice gratitude.
    Gratitude is what immobilizes fear and lifts our hearts and spirits out from under our heavy burdens.
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    “You can’t be fearful and grateful simultaneously.”

~Tony Robbins

We’ve all been facing a lot of adversity lately with COVID-19, and some people have several layers of adversity that they are dealing with at any given time. I know all too well how challenging it can feel to step into a state of gratitude when your life is full of fear and uncertainty. 

Though it may seem counterintuitive, it is during these times especially that we must practice gratitude. 
Gratitude is what immobilizes fear and lifts our hearts and spirits out from under our heavy burdens.

    2 days ago

    Prudence Sinclair

    Be Patient with Yourself

    They don’t call it a practice for nothing. You won’t “get” meditation right away. You’ll become frustrated with yourself and your own mind as it seems to constantly fight against you trying to quiet it.
    That’s to be expected.
    And it’s perfectly OK. Just keep at it.
    Don’t give up.

    When your brain starts to race, sending thoughts flying off in all directions, don’t judge yourself or those thoughts. Let them go peacefully and bring your mind back to the present moment.

    Training your mind is really like training a puppy. You’ll have to gently tug on the leash to keep bringing it back and bringing it back and back to the present moment. Don’t yell at the puppy or get mad. Simply recognize that your thoughts are spinning, and bring your mind back to the present.

    I encourage you to begin your meditation practice. Not tomorrow, not the next day but today. Just start. Commit to doing it every day for just 5 minutes. My recommendation is to do it first thing in the morning. It’s such a great way to begin your day.
    ...

    Be Patient with Yourself

They don’t call it a practice for nothing. You won’t “get” meditation right away. You’ll become frustrated with yourself and your own mind as it seems to constantly fight against you trying to quiet it. 
That’s to be expected. 
And it’s perfectly OK. Just keep at it. 
Don’t give up.

When your brain starts to race, sending thoughts flying off in all directions, don’t judge yourself or those thoughts. Let them go peacefully and bring your mind back to the present moment. 

Training your mind is really like training a puppy. You’ll have to gently tug on the leash to keep bringing it back and bringing it back and back to the present moment. Don’t yell at the puppy or get mad. Simply recognize that your thoughts are spinning, and bring your mind back to the present.

I encourage you to begin your meditation practice. Not tomorrow, not the next day but today. Just start. Commit to doing it every day for just 5 minutes. My recommendation is to do it first thing in the morning. It’s such a great way to begin your day.

    3 days ago

    Prudence Sinclair

    Meditation Isn’t a Miracle Cure

    Well, it is and it isn’t. While meditation can certainly de-stress you and put your body into a relaxed state where it can begin to heal, meditation won’t cure everything that’s wrong in your life.

    Meditation won’t make your boss a nicer person, though it will positively impact how you perceive your boss and react to them.
    Meditation won’t clean your house for you and it won’t walk your dog.

    It is a tool that you have at your disposal that can make you a more effective person at living your best life, but YOU are still the one that has to do the work!
    ...

    Meditation Isn’t a Miracle Cure

Well, it is and it isn’t. While meditation can certainly de-stress you and put your body into a relaxed state where it can begin to heal, meditation won’t cure everything that’s wrong in your life. 

Meditation won’t make your boss a nicer person, though it will positively impact how you perceive your boss and react to them. 
Meditation won’t clean your house for you and it won’t walk your dog. 

It is a tool that you have at your disposal that can make you a more effective person at living your best life, but YOU are still the one that has to do the work!
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