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Yogic & Holistic Life With Satya Prem Kaur the Holistic Entrepreneur

Gratitude

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What does ‘Gratitude’ mean to you?

Gratitude, the dictionary says the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.

‘A quality of being thankful’ I have been recognising more, how I mark the things I am thankful for, express my gratitude deeply.

As I return, timely, daily…Attitude of gratitude.

My life becomes sweeter…in the smallest way, an unexpected blessing will come my way, as I acknowledge, tiny, small or great…I am feeling, great & full, grateful, thankful. I am indeed showing appreciation …returning kindness, gratitude.

In Kundalini Yoga, it is said, ‘Attitude of Gratitude’. What does this mean?

It is really, something when you begin to see, see through the words, understand the words. Attitude of Gratitude.

Because it quite simply means, the opposite to Great & Full, but Un-Great & Full, further more it really is an ‘Attitude’, that you either have or you haven’t.

So how do you know? Are you ‘ Great & Full, have the Attitude of Gratitude, or are you Un-Great & Full....as your attitude is to look at the receiving, look at the offer…We all have a slice of cake, but why is her slice bigger? why does he have two slices?

Then the server, says are you all enjoying the cake, please help yourself to cake?

The Un-Great, walks up & takes not 1, not 2, not 3, but 5 slices, including 1, makes 6! If you were to ask the Un-Great, why they have 6? They would reply because the server said, ‘help yourself’. If you were to ask the Un-Great, for a slice, the Un-Great would point to the table with the cakes on, no intention to share, no intention to converse how nice the cake is, how nice to be given cake….An Attitude of Gratitude.

Are you Great & Full, or Un-Great & Full?

A quality of being thankful, do you have Quality…in your thank you?

Author: Satya

I am a fully qualified and practising holistic therapist, with a passion for holistic health and yogic life with over 10 years kundalini yoga experience. My given kundalini yogic name is ‘Satya Prem Kaur’, which means Princess of truth and love. I first tried kundalini yoga, looking for change in deep rooted habitual patterns, which I felt and began to realise was not only blocking me from my truth, but my creative potential. I began to attend regular classes workshops and retreats, and eventually after two years embarked on a transformative journey to become a level one kundalini yoga instructor. Kundalini is the yoga of science, and transformation. It open’s you up creative awareness, which works directly on the total energy of the seven ‘Chakra’s’. My growth in the benefits to the mind, body and soul has deepened with my kundalini practice, leading me to specialise in Meditation, Mantras, Food and the Mood, Cleansing practices, Feminine energy and the Breath. Sharing the teachings, not only in classes, workshops, one to one, blogs, personal practice and social media.

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