I wanted to share this beautiful prayer I found that can be said before we eat. I know its common in many traditions to say ‘grace’ before meals or give thanks before we eat, however how many of us actually do ( with full presence and awareness) this practice?

I have found that when I do consciously look at my plate and really see what I’m eating it makes a difference, instead of just consuming it. For example, recognizing that my meal has probably been through a hundred or more hands to get to the way it is presented, from the lands that were tilled, the seeds that were planted to it traveling to the store or market where I bought it. Its a beautiful way to practice mindfulness and it will make the food taste better!

Another practice I would like to share is exploring your blessings. When waking up in the morning and also at night, mentally explore what you have that your thankful for and lucky to have. There is a difference in knowing your blessed and feeling your blessed! The way to get to the feeling part is day by day recognizing how fortunate you are and eventually that feeling will seep in. It makes such a difference, you’ll be happier and attract more blessings into your life!:)

Much love,
Sat nam



Author: Thalita Angelika

Thalita is an artist that creates beauty through her connection with nature. Her knowledge comes from studying Ayurveda in India, Herbology in the wild mountains of the West Coast and Shamanism in Peru and Canada. She has also attended many meditation retreats around the world. Thalita loves to write and it is one of her passions. She shares knowledge on her website as well as writing for other various sources. She is the author or 'Rise in Love: From Separation to Connection', that is available on Amazon. Thalita is a Wholistic Health Consultant (Ayurvedic Practioner + Herbalist) that addresses both the body, mind and spirit. She provides clients with a balanced approach that addresses the body as ONE harmonious unit. She loves the outdoors and letting her curiosity lead her to mystical and amazing places both within and out. Wild harvesting is an adventurous pleasure and she enjoys creating healthy plant-based foods and that are nourishing to the body and soul.

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