Archive for January, 2011

Hello, lovely readers.

If you have been reading for a while, you might remember that the first post on this blog was about gratitude. It’s been some time, since then. I haven’t blogged as much as I could have (though I have some plans for a long series of upcoming posts, so watch out!). But I’m not worried about that. I’m grateful!

Gratitude is one of the most touted and built-up subjects in a wide variety of spiritual paths and traditions. But, you know, other than “be grateful!” and the occasional admonition to write lists of things you are grateful for, I haven’t seen much on how we are expected to cultivate a sense of gratitude in ourselves. How do you grow something like that when you’re living in such an ungrateful world, when everyone around you has an overblown sense of entitlement, and when maybe it’s just not your natural inclination?

So I decided to take a radical approach. I decided to grab gratitude and pull it in for a big, sloppy kiss. The result of that is The Radical Gratitude Experiment!

I invite you to join me for this experiment. It’s a unique class, and a unique opportunity to crack open the doorway to your own potential for feeling, expressing, and living in thanks. It’s not tradition- or even religion-specific. It’s a celebration of life, joy, love, and the surprising and uncanny powers of gratitude.

I hope that you’ll join me! You’ll be thankful you did 😉

For more information, click here.


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