Inspired by practices from the EILEEN FISHER company, this deepening exercise is a wonderful approach to starting your day, or your meetings, or your family dinners …
Say yes to the next 4 to 5 minutes (and have a pen and paper handy).
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I’m grateful for the workshop this week, for meeting wonderful people and being reminded of my purpose and my values.
I am grateful for this!
I am grateful for life and the love of family, for sun and light, and good wine and friends!
I’m so grateful for just being here I’m grateful for recognizing my thoughts
my meditation my yoga it keeps me moving
I am grateful for hot running water…the warmth of the sun…a husband who is my bestest friend, 2 beautiful grandchildren who are healthy and brilliant…a life whose pain has not scarred my heart beyond being grateful:) I love my life! I love the peace within my soul that energizes my choices…
I am grateful for just finishing breakfast with my family and getting ready to go see the fish at Bass Pro with our kids.
The sunlight on the beautiful white snow, time to be alone and be happy, all the awarenesses I have about my life journey. I am grateful for what I am learning and doing in the last quarter of my life. I realize though that there are still ways that I can become more Self-Compassionate ie. about how much dark chocolate I eat each day!!!
My life is blessed and I am grateful.
I am GRATEFUL for LIFEWORK exercises. They are very simple and can be incorporated into your day.
I am grateful for good health & harmony within my family. We have 3 daughters, 5 grandkids & 3 son’s in law. We’re a very close family even though we all live in different states.
I am grateful for the joy & companionship of the 4 legged members of our family. Specially grateful to have had our beloved Hamlet for 13 1/2 yrs.
Home, family, security, love, comfort, I want to be present in the day and enjoy it and laugh. I want to talk to or see family, I want to eat good food.
Sharing gratitude and intention with community of Lifework.
Best part of my day…..sharing gratitude and intention to follow lifework.
I am grateful to be living in a small house in the woods in Italy and still able to receive these messages from Eileen Fisher Lifework. Sometimes it sits in my mailbox for days before I open it, but sometimes it is exactly the message that I need in that moment. My intention is to try to be more present in the here and now.
The simplicity of this exercise can be deceptive as can it can obscure its power. Don’t underestimate this! Try it for a few days. I’ve been doing a version of this that is less meditative, and something I learned from Dr. Nathaniel Branden, and that is to begin each day with two questions — What’s good in my life? And what needs to be done?