Being Thankful with the “Gratitude Guru” Victoria Loveland-Coen

June 3, 2011

Wellness

On “Feel and Look Fabulous” Holistic Health Talk for Women Radio Show: The “Gratitude Guru” Victoria Loveland-Coen joined women radio and podcast host Irina Wardas

Women Radio Show and Podcast Topic for Discussion: Proactive Gratitude – How to Stop Complaining and Start Being Thankful and Grateful

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Victoria Loveland-CoenWomen Radio Show: Being Thankful During Difficult Times: Victoria Loveland-Coen is a speaker, the author of two books, Manifesting Your Desires, and The Baby Bonding Book and is a mother of twins. Her new blog site, The Gratitude Experiment, as well as the community site on Facebook, supports those who want to transform their lives through the simple practice of proactive gratitude and thankfullness.

Victoria has been involved in the personal growth movement and has been a meditator for over 30 years. She has studied under Rev. Michael Beckwith of the Agape International Center of Truth in Culver City, becoming an Agape Practitioner, and studied The Course in Miracles with Mariann Williamson in Los Angeles, CA.

Suggested Podcast Interview Questions:

Explain what the Gratitude Experiment is.

What do you mean by “Proactive Gratitude?

Everyone complains. Don’t we need to get things off our chest? What’s wrong with complaining?

Why is it so difficult to remain in a thankful and grateful frame of mind?

How can we be thankful for difficult and challenging experiences. Why is it important to be?

What does the practice of gratitude have to do with self worth?

What do you mean by “being thankful and grateful in advance?”


Breathe, smile and be happy.

 

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