Socrates: Notes on a State of Grace

This post is not a direct pull from my regular Socrates automatic writing sessions. I have included information culled from my daily life. I began a gratitude jar in mid-January thanks to a friend who posted the idea on social media. It’s almost full, and it’s only June! Once I…

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Worried or Angry? Be Grateful!

If you are ever worried or angry, and you don’t wish to wallow or even drown in those feelings, be grateful. Find something to be thankful for. Focus on the area in the middle of your forehead, slightly above your brow line, and send gratitude from that place, out into the…

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Witness and be Thankful

Gratitude is feeling joy for something. Feeling joy for something should compel you to be grateful for that which brings you joy, but it’s important to remember that joy is not only in the big things. It is also found in the smallest of things like a smile, or hug…

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What’s on the Menu?

My daughter was fired from her job today. She was in shock and crying when she called to give me the news, and as she told me what happened,  I was struck by the fact that it was exactly what she wanted.  I have an analogy I use when discussing the ideas of manifesting…

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Remind Yourself of You

Many people say what they want, but they fail to appreciate what they have. This translates to every aspect of life. “I want a better job, better income, more this or that, better this or that.” The message of want tells the Universe you don’t currenlty have; whereas the message…

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