Beginning today, we’d like to share a different side of Muse.
Over the next few days our team will tackle tough questions about gratitude by sharing personal accounts of how gratitude impacts their lives. 10 days from now we’d like to share our own gratitude in the form of a special surprise to every one of you who is following us on this journey to raise awareness around meditation and its many health benefits. Please stick around for that.
The questions we’ll be pondering come to us from Seth Godin’s recent Thanksgiving blog post where he discusses a need for reflection on family, connection and being present.
Without taking the time to be present, the holidays can quickly become about gifts, stressful shopping, Santa, cold weather and more gifts. Seth Godin is reminding us that Thanksgiving – just as the name suggests – is really all about gratitude. We believe this to be the case for the upcoming holiday season. This year let’s think more about being present, and less about buying presents.
Gratitude has many faces. It is an acknowledgment of those who enable you. It is an expression of love. It’s an important practice for mental health. It’s simultaneously an age-old meditation practice and something we rediscover every single day. And especially in today’s world, it’s an affirmation that we are all one community.
We challenged the diverse and talented group of people we’re proud to call our colleagues to chime in on this conversation. Follow along daily, starting today, on Twitter and Facebook or here, on our blog, to begin this journey of self-exploration.
Graciously, from all of us at Muse.