We all know that gratitude feels good. And contemporary research is showing that gratitude is an important part of mental health. Grateful people are happier, more satisfied with their lives, and have more positive ways of coping with difficulties. They even sleep better! We have every reason, then, to cultivate feelings of thankfulness.
A Course in Miracles would wholeheartedly agree. It emphasizes the importance of gratitude throughout its pages. At the same time, it raises a key question: What are we grateful for? Are we grateful for material blessings? For being better off than others? If so, our gratitude is going to be shallow, unfulfilling, and even competitive.
In this workshop, Circle founder Robert Perry and executive director Emily Bennington will cover:
- What the Course teaches about gratitude
- The drawbacks to conventional gratitude
- The real foundation for gratitude
- Specific gratitude practices
- How gratitude can become our overall stance in life
- 3-hour recording for your records.
- Handouts covering major themes and teaching notes.