Living with uncertainty asks us to experience a level of vulnerability that can often feel disconcerting. When we invite ourselves to surrender to, rather than control, life, we can cultivate greater ease and trust in all that we cannot know. Grateful Living calls us to actively cultivate courageous trust in life as we open ourselves to the mystery and possibility held in every moment, allowing us to expand our capacity to feel more at home in the world.

May this curated collection of videos, practices, essays, poetry, and more deepen your curiosity and reveal a pathway towards surprise.

A person looking up with curiosity

Daily Questions: Our Invitation to Mystery

by The Grateful Living Team
Returning to the magic and mystery of questions as a daily practice, we continually open…
Community Reflections

Community Reflections: Trusting Life

by The Grateful Living Community
Deep trust in life is not a feeling but a stance that you deliberately take.…

Being Grateful

by Green Renaissance
In this video, Gert and Bettie speak to the fact that struggles, loss, and pain…

Guided Breathwork Meditation – Being in Progress

by Alex Elle
In this video meditation, Alex Elle invites us to embrace the lessons of being in…

A Fortunate Day

by Richard Wehrman
On a fortunate day, when night and day meet, and some silence passes between them…

Creative Chaos

by Green Renaissance
We have become so reliant on the need for order and predictability. We overthink and…

For Courage

by John O’Donohue
When the light around you lessens And your thoughts darken until Your body feels fear…

But You Thought You Knew What a Sign Looked Like

by Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer
Open your hands, lift them.                 —William Stafford, “Today” The parking space beside the store…

Deepening Our Comfort with Uncertainty

by Kristi Nelson
You do not need to know precisely what is happening, or exactly where it is…

Practicing Faith in Life

by Kristi Nelson
Sometimes simply affirming how intimate we already are with various forms of mystery can liberate…

Feature photo by Priscilla Du Preez