Gratitude Walk

Today, after the 46.7 million travelers have arrived safely, held hands around tables big and small, bowed heads in reverence, scooped, sliced, poured, then devoured, we push back our chairs and declare our thanks for the abundance. Deepak Choprah suggests an idea worthy of our attention on Thanksgiving Day: Take a Gratitude Walk!


Take a Gratitude Walk
This is a particularly useful practice when you’re feeling down or filled with stress and worry. [Or very very well sated by your holiday meal! ] Set aside 20 minutes (or longer if you can) and walk in your neighborhood, through a park, around your office, or somewhere in nature.
As you walk, consider the many things for which you are grateful … nurturing relationships, material comforts, the body that allows you to experience the world, the mind that allows you to really understand yourself, and your essential spiritual nature. Breathe, pause, and be grateful for the air that is filling your lungs and making your life possible.
Pay attention to your senses—everything you’re seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and maybe even tasting—and see how many things you can find to feel grateful for. This is a powerful way to shift your mood and open to the flow of abundance that always surrounds you.

imageSounds like a worthy activity today, and everyday. Wishing you and yours much love and joy during this holiday. And safe travels!

7 thoughts on “Gratitude Walk

  1. I love this post Moira. If only we spend half an hour, or even 20 minutes gratitude walk per day.., I’m sure that we will be more in peace and thankful. What a great article and attitude. Thank you for sharing it with us!

    P.S. The deep blue sky is beautiful, so is your smile!

    Viv X

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