How to be amazingly grateful for Life right now (free meditation inside!)

Hi love!

I’m so unbelievably amazingly grateful for so many things right now.

Just a week ago, I was camping with my husband. We spent a week outdoors in places like Mt. Shasta, Crater Lake (pictured below) and then went up to Mt. Hood to watch the eclipse. It was one of my favorite vacations of all time and I am filled with so much love and joy.

Life definitely hasn’t always felt this way and isn’t always picture-perfect all the time. Life, for us all, is combination of the darkness and the light. It’s the contrast that makes life so beautiful!  

True gratitude isn’t about giving thanks when things are “good”. It’s easy enough to be grateful when Life is going our way or when we’re on vacation. The challenge is finding gratitude even when things seem like they’re falling apart.

Now, especially now, we are being asked to open our hearts.

 
We are being called to gratitude on a global level.

That’s why I wanted to share a way to help you feel more at ease, in the flow, trusting and joyous in your life.

This 10-Minute Gratitude Meditation can help you shift your mood from stressed, sad, and overwhelmed to relaxed, uplifted, and at peace!

And, when you listen to it daily for 1 week, that’s enough to shift your ENTIRE perspective about life!

Listen to the guided Gratitude Meditation here.

 
And don’t forget to join over 26,000 other grateful souls in The Gratitude Circle!

With so much gratitude,

Julie

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If you’re desiring to know yourself better than you ever have before….

To trust yourself more than you imagined possible…

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Then I invite you to apply now. But hurry, because applications are only open through September 8.

 

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