As you know, when we focus on gratitude, more gratitude can grow.
I also want to recognize the many people who have been, or are going through challenging times, who feel confused, alone, lost, or scared in the world today- which is all of us at one time or another.
And I want to share my love and transcendent wishes for people to be able to deeply grieve while wildly living. I see them both working together to move us forward like bird wings- and I offer this to us all as we live and alchemize the terrible and wonderfull things into a brand new mixture to use for healing. I am extremely appreciative of our loving community and I will be gratefull if you would add any others to my partial list in the comments below.
Here’s a VERY partial list of my recipients for healing.
I am sending love and transcendence to:
•All affected by wildfires, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes and other planetary expressions
•All experiencing inner critics without supervision or translation
•All who feel unlovable, unloved or unseen
•All concerned, conflicted, despairing, frustrated and or fed up with political outcomes
•All who rise for social justice and keep rising
•All who know that the political is the personal
•All who go beyond the personal to a mighty vision for change
•All who think they can’t
•All who feel ignored, repressed, closed out, treated unkindly or unfairly
•All who experience racism
•All unaware of their racism
•All educating themselves and others about privilege, racism, and the immense necessary healings
•All who are other gendered and feel unknown
•All who judge
•All who feel and are judged unfairly
•All who are feeling suicidal
•All who are hiding or scared
•All who are ill or in pain in any form
•All disconnected from their wisdom and power
•All who fear
•All who fear fear
•All who deny, resist, avoid and repress their feelings
•All who refuse to face facts
•All who struggle against great obstacles to build a better world
•All who quit because of fear, doubt or worry
•All who cry alone unendingly
•All who try to stop or apologize for their tears
•All who experience violence from the hands or guns of another
•All who feel forgotten, misunderstood, or unseen
•All who are trapped, imprisoned or wrongly accused
•All who wonder why they’re here
•All who know why they’re here and yet sometimes despair at the time it will take to transform themselves and the world
•All who live and love and practice in the marvelous messy middle of life
All the time.