The Shadow Side of Gratitude

Many times when we start a spiritual practice, we do so with the very best of intentions.

We want to align with our highest good, health, wealth, and well-being.

We want to invite peace.

We want to create a sense of connection.

But sometimes these spiritual practices can unwittingly turn into something that do the opposite – they rob us of our joy, create a mountain of “shoulds,” and end up making us feel disconnected.

A gratitude practice has many benefits, including feeling more peace and well-being, but how do you know if it’s getting out of control?

Or if your practice is starting to limit your ability to be present?

Find out in this video.

Click below to watch!

One comment

  1. Cynde says:

    Thank you so much for offering such insight!! I feel as if the Narc is my soul mate, but I keep telling myself, my soulmate would never treat me the way he did, wouldn’t call me fat & ugly, would go behind my back and give our teens drugs and alcohol and would never throw objects at me…. I’m realizing the cords are still really strong, so I’m working very hard at releasing them.. I’m very happy to be here and share myself with like minded people.

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