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Tag Archives: Gratitude
Invitations are quite meaningful to me, and I feel them on multiple levels. I can always tell if they are weak or strong, obligatory or sincere. But I’ve never experienced such a powerful invitation with so many positive consequences as … Continue reading
The Benefits of Letting Go May 29, 2014 is the one year anniversary of my double mastectomy and breast reconstruction, and I can’t help but notice how fast the year has gone by. When I received my diagnosis, I let … Continue reading
Have you ever noticed how wonderful it feels to come home after being away for awhile? Or to be healthy after being sick? I got to experience both together recently, and I really noticed the impact on my gratitude, joy, … Continue reading
As the harvest season gives way to the holiday season, abundance is in evidence all around me. Even though I don’t live on a farm and I do live in a tropical climate, I still feel the overflowing cornucopia of … Continue reading
I’ve talked about the more obvious aspects of why I believe I needed to manifest cancer into my experience, and now I’m getting into deeper layers. I’ve known for a long time that my heart was only “so” open, and … Continue reading