Thanksgiving for Your Self

Thanksgiving for Your Self


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Thanksgiving without Turkey? Practically unthinkable! Whether it’s a twenty-pound bird or sweet potatoes mixed with marshmallows, surely everyone at the table will tell you of a thanksgiving dish they can’t do without. So why not make it the feast it should be? Imagine the smile on the faces of your guests after the meal.

Content guests mean a happier you.In fact, the quality to satisfy and feel satisfied is a natural part of our being, and when we create a feeling of contentment around us, we not only please others but also help ourselves. The third energy center deals with peace and satisfaction. If we are miserly or worry too much, this center is obstructed, and we feel troubled and agitated. But if we bring satisfaction around us, this center is nourished and we automatically feel content.

Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to experience the qualities of the third center (Nabhi chakra). So leave any worries behind and cook up a great meal for your friends, families and neighbors.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Author:
From the Himalayan foothills of India, where she attended an international school, to the historic Washington D.C. Metro area, where she lives currently, Pragya Pradhan, a law graduate and freelance writer, has developed a keen interest in various cultures, lifestyles and philosophies. She is passionate about meditation and has practiced Sahaja Yoga for over 25 years. Vibe Revive


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  • axinia
    Nov 26, 2009
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    lovely post 🙂

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  • pramita
    Nov 27, 2009
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    totally tru and yet so simple to practice!!!!!!!!!

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  • Ruthvick
    Nov 28, 2009
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    Hi Pragya! nice to see you are back blogging!

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  • nilufer
    Dec 19, 2009
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    giving thanks, not just for food and all the material things in life (‘black friday marathon’)…sincere appreciation and raising the vibrations of our food. I hope you had a good one!!!

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