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As we say goodbye to 2016 we have an opportunity to start again with a fresh start. I love new beginnings. I feel like I have an opportunity for a “do over.” As we start a new year we get to redefine what success means in our lives and choose how we will approach 2017. Can I just say that striving for our personal best is the way to go?
In the hustle and bustle for the preparations of the up-coming holiday season thoughts of gift giving fill our heads. Instead of sugar plums dancing in our dreams we are lying awake at night trying to figure out what to give to that “hard to buy for person.” All we really want is a simple Christmas season where we can spend time with family and loved ones. But the ritual of gift giving at this time of year can be overwhelming. Where is the balance between too much consumerism and offering meaningful gifts?
Thanksgiving is the perfect holiday. We get to spend time with loved ones and family . . . no gifts required, we get to eat good food and participate in family traditions. It doesn’t matter what religious beliefs you have or don’t have . . . it is an opportunity to express what we are grateful for with the people we love. When we are saying “Happy Thanksgiving” we are saying that “Thanksgiving makes us Happy.” It’s true! However, Thanksgiving and gratitude are more than a feeling…..
In this chaotic changing world, it is wonderful to be able to tap into an internal harmony and witness its influence in my life experience.
I can tell you I felt an immediate release and enlightenment the instant the process was complete. It will change your life.
The Institute of Healing Arts is announcing a new book, written by Pam Robinson. It is exciting to bring forward an empowering message about recognizing emotional clutter in easy and simple ways.