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Being in a state of gratitude is powerful!
When you can see how you are receiving love, taking in the resources around you and at the same time comprehending the value of these things, you fill with an emotion called gratitude. The season calls us to give thanks!
Gratitude is a rich emotion that can move you physically to tears or laughter. It can move you intellecutally into growth. It can move you spiritually into a covenant. It can move you socially into service. This state of being develops incredible character and integrity. Ultimately, you put off a vibe that is pulsating with positive energy. Join Nicole Greer, PPCC to learn strategies, systems, and smarts to be more grateful.
It's our third annual Grateful Bounty. We're serving up a scrumptious harvest of music to celebrate the season. Listener requests are in the mix. Side orders of inspiration and pop culture commentary.
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We don't live to be adults without experiencing loss. Be it the loss of loved ones, friends, jobs, football games, money, relationships or anything else, loss is a part of life. How we deal with it either supports us in our sadness or drowns us in sorrows.
This is what this show is about: why we experience loss, what it's capable of doing for us, how to make the most of it, and steps we can take to support ourselves through it.
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Beyond the turkey, stuffing and rolls, we explore the Heart of Thanksgiving. Get into the Grateful Spirit with this meditation. Find the peace and joy that gratitude can bring.
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This show will help you look at gratefulness in a different way. David Steind-Rast is a monk who has his thumb on being happy in life.
Brother David Steindl-Rast has been a practicing Benedictine monk for over half a century and was one of the first Vatican-sanctioned delegates to participate in Buddhist-Christian dialogue. He is a recipient of the Martin Buber Award for his outstanding role in building bridges between religious traditions, and serves as a senior member of the Mount Savior Monastery in Elmira, New York.
Born in Austria in 1926, Br. David came of age during the Nazi occupation. Years later, he would write of the brutality of this experience as compelling him to contemplate, "the existential situation designed to hide, to disguise, and to camouflage our confrontation with death."
“The root of joy is gratefulness...It is not joy that makes us grateful; it is gratitude that makes us joyful.”
“Look closely and you will find that people are happy because they are grateful. The opposite of gratefulness is just taking everything for granted."
“Gratefulness is the key to a happy life that we hold in our hands, because if we are not grateful, then no matter how much we have we will not be happy -- because we will always want to have something else or something more.”
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It is Thanksgiving week...and I am so grateful to have each and everyone of you as part of our Shedding the Bitch community.
What are you grateful for??
Listen in and you can hear how you can tell your story, share your gratitude in a way that can change lives.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!!!!
Yup, I picked another project to follow through on, 1000 Things to Be Grateful for, but not sure that is teh best title. You get the idea. If you want to suggest a better title, let me know at mattogradycoaching.com
Appreciative, Grateful, Full of Thanks.
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon kick off the holiday season with a special Thanksgiving-week discussion of one of this program's most enduring topics: what we have to be thankful for.
The list is probably a lot longer than you think!
Research shows that grateful people are healthier and happier. That should be reason enough for anyone, but there's more. Is it possible that gratitude somehow makes us better prepared for the future than its alternatives?
Phil and Stephen discuss why this might be the case while listing their some top reasons fro being grateful.
Stephen's list of things to be grateful for:
Room Temperature Quantum Entanglement
Growing Vocal Chords in the Lab
NASA Orders Spaceflights
Going to Europa
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