When you feel edgy, this simple breath will help.
Place your right hand over your heart, or both hands, and breathe in gratitude for all that you are grateful for. Hold it for a moment as it circulates throughout your entire body. Feel it, and then breathe out the parts of yourself that are trespassing on your Divinity. Pause for as long as is comfortable.
I wanted to offer the community a free pdf copy of my second poetry collection, "Just Like You", while I still have my university webspace, which will expire in several weeks. The link to download it is:
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I wanted to share a little lighthearted gratitude to Bob Brown today.
In one of my posts titled “Daily, Ordinary Spirituality”, I asked others to share how they bring their spirituality into their daily lives. In Bob’s response, I found a little gem that I thought profound and meaningful. He was talking about remaining present and had these words to say:
Who would have thought this could happen?
Hi all, I thought I'd share with you something that was shown to me in a meditation. You probably already know about it and it could seem lame but in the short time I've been working with this idea it has been having very positive tangible results for me.
From Stacey Robyn of gogratitude.org...
9 Agreements for Co-Creating through the Higher Laws of Love and Gratitude:
1. I agree that a world of Love and Gratitude begins with me. I choose to be a conscious mirror and model of the change I wish to see in the world.
Beloved TT friends,
"A Good Day" With Brother David Steindl-Rast
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