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December 2013 KundaLiving: Gratitude

To be grateful is to be “great” and to be “full.” In Kundalini Yoga, the attitude of gratitude is the highest way of living.

Everything in our lives—blessings and challenges—come from the hand of the One. It is very Divine to observe what we have and to give thanks for it all. Even when difficulties come, there is something to appreciate. Having a sense of gratitude puts a person in touch with the preciousness of life.

Now, at the end of 2013, it’s the perfect time to look back over your year and think about what you’re grateful for. Can you find your blessings? Can you discover the hidden gifts, even in the most difficult moments? How can you make it a part of your practice to appreciate everything in your life? Being grateful helps put us in touch with the source of life, and gives us a sense of fulfillment.

This month, 3HO invites you to explore the incredible gifts that come into your life when you create a habit to be grateful.

Yogi Bhajan Quotes and Lectures

Gratitude Quotes

Make an Attitude to Be in Gratitude

The Art of Appreciation

Bring Gratitude In

In God We Trust

Thank You: A Poem by Yogi Bhajan

Yogi Bhajan's 26 Steps of Wisdom (KRI Corner)

Kundalini Yoga Technology

Attitude of Gratitude Meditation

Meditation for Gurprasad

Meditation to Experience the Gift of Life

From Our Bloggers

Gratitude—A Celebration of Life by Catalyst Yogi

Playing with Gratitude by Dr. Sat Siri Kaur

Gratitude: A Source of Radiant Beauty by Dev Suroop Kaur

The Medicine of the Naam by Guruka Singh

Healing and Allowing What Is by Dr. Sat Siri Kaur

The Freedom to Choose Happiness by Shakti Parwha Kaur

Angelite: A Stone for Gratitude by Kudrat Kaur

A Grateful Heart by Sat Purkh Kaur

Cultivating a Garden of Gratitude by Siri Kirin/Kathe Forrest

Poor Attitude of Gratitude by Sewa Singh

Attitude of Gratitude: A Sikhnet Audio Story for Kids

Gratefully Accepting Everything by Shakti Parwha Kaur

Practicing Gratitude by Darshan Kaur