It puts me in touch with my faith and the mystery of life. I’m reminded to trust in the universe.
Set myself right for starters. Have the right view about the day and about life. Then when I meet people or interact with them I come from a place of realizing how precious we all are and how we all try to do the best we can. Being available and not seeing any inconvenience is a way to put people first.
The birth of a new day, the lowlit sky, the dawn and in the spring the dawn chorus. That time of day that says to me” make an intention and begin again”
I felt serene after my first son was born. It felt different. I felt completely full with Spirit or a joy that seemed out of this world. That moment seemed to belong to my soul.
“authentic forgiveness” I’m not sure there is a way to tell how authentic it is because of the nature of forgiveness. Sometimes for me it feels really authentic until out of the blue previous feelings bubble up momentarily and I get an opportunity to be with those feelings while they last. I usually feel relieved and happier to have offered someone authentic forgiveness but it takes as long as it takes and to me every step along the way feels authentic.
My aunt Kay, Barnie Mc Evoy, Fr. Tom Brady and my Dad are the people who come to mind this moment…
I can be aware of judgements and clinging and expectations and assumptions and set an intention to listen and to be open to the moment and what I am called to do.
The five senses. Sometimes I forget how lucky I am to be able to hear, see, taste, smell and feel. To have the ability to be awed again and again throughout the day by the amazing universe is indeed a blessing.
I can appreciate the taste and enjoy my food as I am grateful for the labor and effort in producing it.
I will be going to a group meditation and listening to a message. Usually that is renewing for me. After I have given to myself in this way it is easier and more natural for me to give back to others.
When I am at my worst I feel safe with her.
Dance in the street with joy and abandon!
I’ve been inspired to read Emoto’s book on water. I want to go back to drinking 8 cups every day and eat more vegetables.
I have a friend who is content with what she has and who she is and it is a pleasure to be around her. Her general go to attitude is to see what is working and I think by focusing on the positive she has attracted that to her life.
Thoughts that are limiting in possibility, thoughts that make me or others small. Instead I”m going to try to notice these limiting belief systems and gently and kindly say I wont fight you, you can be there but I don’t have to believe you any more.
Happy New Year everyone. Many blessings to us all.
I am pausing often reflecting on what is going around me and within me. This alone brings out the best in me I’ve noticed.
I would like to learn more about how to keep awareness alive and to have a balanced joyful life
Nature restores me. And then there is the mystery of it how we never have to tell the grass to grow. It just does that by itself.
Snow and ice came just in time to slow down and rest.
Bless your heart for your inspiring attitude. May you heal quickly.
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