Chattering Mind

I didn’t marry until I was 36, so I had about 15 years of heartache-y holidays–alone, unprotected, and bummed that nobody loved me. Or so I thought.

For many people, the period from Thanksgiving to New Year’s is miserable and unmanageable. People rush, drink, and argue to excess. As we prepare to wrap up another year, we look over our shoulders, and often experience regret. Too often, we think about what we didn’t do, instead of what we did.

So hey, healthy readers, how do you find sacred space to worship, or stay in the moment to behold all the abundance?

Click here to share with Beliefnet’s editors the strategies you’ve developed to stay serene and observant. We want to know your secrets!

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