Being grateful for the small things is the extension of my inner healing path.
What is better … to feel dead, or be dead? Is it the same … does it ever end?
Strong boundaries and learning to say no without having to explain yourself.
My freedom and inner peace is sacred to me … I will not allow anyone to disturb it, ever again.
I’ve read that forgiving sets your free. But I am not at that stage yet … can I set the person free (no thinking of them, no contact, just know they exist, but henceforth have no say in my life) just let them go – like blowing on a Dandelion? Because that is what I feel I can do without forgiving. To cut the invisible strings of years of manipulation, just cut it and move on with my life.
Healing comes from inside. So, if I am grateful for all things in my life (even the not so good – as it is a lesson to be learned) I can gradually change my negative outlook to a more positive outlook, therefore, increasing my vibrations and send out healing light to others.
Really dig into my writing and do another 5% on my life coach course.
I am at a stage where I feel so vulnerable and confused really. There are people I want to shove so far away that I could never find them again, and then … I want to gather them to my heart and just hold them there forever.
But I think I’ll just keep on with my inner work to shine brighter and then maybe distances will sort itself out.
Rain is magical to me. The way it cleans and sustains. It is raining right now, and I am enjoying it tremendously. Stood in the rain until I was drenched.
I’ve had a vision of what I should do and I’m all ready to go … got all the ideas, but struggling to concentrate due to depression. Please send positive vibes.
Sending messages to people I know are having a right time. Share what I’ve learned, so that it might empower them to take the first step to inner healing.
Thank you. Everyone screams ‘Forgive’ but I can’t, I just want to keep that person cut off from me and my life. This gives me hope.
Such a beautiful flower. Every time I see one, I snap a picture.
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