Pre-Holiday Gratitude Meditation

When it comes to meditation, I always start with my breath. Breathing low into my abdomen anchors me in the present moment. When I teach, I ask my students to notice their breaths. Do you watch it passively as an observer? Or do you engage it actively, directing it through a certain method? If you lay on the floor, bend your knees and rest your feet hip-width apart. Or, when you're in bed at the beginni ng or end of your day, start with that action of tuning into your breath. After a couple of minutes, especially if your mind is restless, you can draw your knees up to your chest and hug them in. You can rock side to side, slowly, or in a pulsing tempo. You can also rock forward and ba

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