Practicing Gratitude on Thanksgiving (and Beyond)

As we approach Thanksgiving, we are reminded to practice gratitude. But being grateful shouldn't be isolated to just one day of the year. Finding daily reasons to be grateful is a true way to cultivate ongoing gratitude. Try incorporating

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As we approach Thanksgiving, we are reminded to practice gratitude. But being grateful shouldn’t be isolated to just one day of the year.

Finding daily reasons to be grateful is a true way to cultivate ongoing gratitude.

Try incorporating any of these mantras of gratitude in your daily meditation:

Dhanya Vad 

Dhanya Vad means “thank you.” By reciting this mantra, it brings an attitude of grace and appreciation for life and opens us up to the infinite blessings that surround us.

Kripa Hum

This mantra translates to “I am Divine Grace.” This mantra identifies one’s essence as pure grace, setting in motion the flow of grace through gratitude. It helps you experience yourself as both the giver and receiver of blessings.

Ananda Hum 

This mantra translates to “Happiness is My True Nature.” It awakens the state of fulfillment that is your true self. Ananda is the inherent bliss, joy, and fulfillment of existence. Ananda Hum aligns your Being with this reality.

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Practicing Gratitude on Thanksgiving (and Beyond)
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Being grateful this Thanksgiving and every other day is the true way to cultivate ongoing gratitude. Try these mantras in your daily meditation.
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