|Early Morning Gratitude Shawl|
If you'd like to try it,choose a stich that is easy for you,a place you feel safe and a time that's quiet. Take a few deep breaths and release your worries in prayer, meditation, or simple awareness, whatever feels comfortable to you. Now, think of any and all things that you are grateful for in your life and think of them as you knit your stitches. Be aware of how your knitting tension and rhythm changes as you release the worry and bring in the gratitude. A few minutes of gratitude will help you throughout your day. Think of your knitting gratitude moments whenever you feel tired, stressed or upset during your day. You might also choose to bring your knitting with you and squeeze in a little gratitude knitting at lunch, or on breaks. Try it throughout your day in different situations once you feel comfortable with the process. You can choose not to make an actual pattern or project. Use your yarn and needles in the way that feels best to you and will keep in you in the habit of being grateful.
Yay you,if you're already enjoying your gratitude knitting! Keep it up or give it a try. Either way, it's all good and mistake free.
Margaret(found yet another feather in an unusual place today)