WEBINAR – Gratitude as a Spiritual Practice with Dagmar Bohlmann


Greetings!
Baltimore-Washington Financial Advisors and Dagmar Bohlmann, Registered Yoga Teacher, invite you to a wellness workshop “Gratitude as a Spiritual Practice“.
 
Wellness Workshop
Thursday, November 12, 2020 from 5:30 PM to 6:45 PM EST
“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.” -Meister Eckhart 

Gratitude is feeling and communicating appreciation for people, circumstances, and possessions in our lives. It allows us to cherish our present in ways that make us feel abundant rather than deprived. As a result, we become more motivated, less fatigued and, ultimately, better off.

Gratitude comes from the Latin gratus, meaning “pleasing; welcome; agreeable.” Gratus is also the root of grace. Its Proto-Indo-European root, gwere, means “to praise, to celebrate; to be in contact with the Divine.” In other words, being grateful is equivalent to feeling the presence of the Divine in our lives.
Research has shown that gratitude:
  • Boosts a positive outlook
  • Enhances wellbeing
  • Deepens relationships
  • Increases happiness
  • Strengthens self-control
  • Betters physical and mental health
  • Strengthens morality
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Allows us to see the virtue, value and benefit in everything.
Sign up for this workshop to learn the science behind gratitude and simple exercises that are a going to leave you feeling – you guessed it – grateful that you came.
PRESENTER & INSTRUCTOR:
“Gratitude is an attitude that has the power to change lives.”
RYT 500
Registered Yoga Teacher

We hope you can join us!

Sincerely,

Robert Carpenter

President and CEO

 

For questions or help registering please contact,

Cortney Caronna | Client Associate | BWFA | emailus@bwfa.com | 410-461-390

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