Written by: Tiffany Mai
As humans we seek connection with others and when to connect That feels safe, mindful and caring we are able to access a unique kind of gratitude for the connection and the other person themselves.
This genuine appreciation for another and the relationship is shared That can provide us with a need to tap into a space in which we extend well-wishes to the other person to express our gratitude.
This can look like a loving-kindness meditation where you might acknowledge gratitude and blessings silently to yourself.
This may look like an expression of letting the other person know how they contribute to your life aloud to them.
Maybe despite your true gratitude for another, it feels challenging to express your feelings and well-wishes to the other person. Perhaps you struggle to identify what it is these connections add to your life and cannot find the words.
Loving kindness meditation practices can help work through this difficulty by accessing your subconscious mindfulness and your compassion.
When we seek to connect gratefully with others, we choosing how we are participating in all of our relationships. Honoring the connections that enrich our lives every day 💛
Metta meditations provide meaningful ways to wish others well. Consider how you feel after you’ve been able to thank someone for providing you something you needed 🙏🏼
What impact could it have if you brought that appreciation continuously to the forefront of your closest relationships? ✨