Birthday blessings, soul friend. Thank you for your radiant love that touches and unites us in the web of gratefulness. I appreciated the call to simple and profound actions that can flow out from our grateful hearts.
I love this teaching you leave me with, “Slowly, I’ve relaxed into the wide embrace of gratefulness.” Many blessings and thank you!
Thank you for this. I’ve forwarded it to many people who have replied, Thanks, I need this!
I truly feel at home in the Golden Gate Park, which is near my house. It feels like a friend every time I ride my bike through it or take a walk.
Heidi, It always strikes me how powerful true listening is–it is truly a gift of love we can give to ourselves and others. Thanks for highlighting that practice. Thanks! Colette
Thank you, Veronica, for highlighting the value of the question I am inviting us to ask ourselves: How can I bring love forward and be a part of the healing process? Peace, my friend!
The reading was definitely mutual, a circle of giving and receiving, which is what the flow of love is. Thanks, Liz!
Dave, thank you for bringing in the “essential component of trust” into this conversation.
I will join you in the practice, “to find one way each day to be kind to myself and someone else.” Thank you, Mary!
Mary Ann, thank you for your words, “the most important ingredient I can bring to my clients is presence in the form of unconditional love.” I hear it as an intention and a practice.
I love that you said, “offering my affirmation of what you have done to create connection creates more connection.” So true.
I really appreciate body scans and conscious relaxation. Thanks for sharing that Carol!
Dear Paul, You’ve captured the power and presence I’ve been feeling lately as I walk along the ocean near my house here in SF. Often it is windy and foggy and I let myself get lost, let go, and “see.” Thank you for this great piece and great photographs.
I so enjoyed hearing about your special place, and that you “go there to thank and bless Mother Earth, to listen for what she asks of me. ” So beautiful! Thank you.
Thank you, Maria, for being connected. Warmly, Colette
Julie, I also find that “place” is both interior and exterior, and I love that you bring that forward. Blessings as you go back and walk the Marina and see what arises. Warmly, Colette
Mary, I was struck by and greatly appreciate your comment, “I love imagining my body as a place for gratitude.” So beautifully said. Warmly, Colette
Thanks, McKay, for sharing the insight that coming home happens in so many ways. I will take that into my day. Warmly, Colette
Thanks, Dave. I appreciate your word “delightful.” Resonates with me. Warmly, Colette
Stay connected to the community by adding people to your list.
This site is brought to you by A Network for Grateful Living, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All donations are fully tax deductible in the U.S.A.
© 2000 - 2021, A Network for Grateful Living
Website by Briteweb
We are delighted to announce the release of Kristi Nelson’s book Wake Up Grateful