The power of Gratitude
@coyote Thank you for bringing up Eisenstein's essay. He also put part of that essay at the end of his book The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible which is where I read it while convalescing in bed from pneumonia in 2015. I had been quite sick and discouraged too. But when I read it I jumped right out of bed. I later learned that he first published that story on my birthday. 🙂
He described the same story I had received in my mind's eye back in 1985, 30 years earlier. I'd seen a tribe of light workers coming to earth in streams of light from another dimension to help our world. Then I saw the light workers pulling overwhelmed people out of the seas of despair. I saw us climbing a high cliff to a new plateau, which I took to represent a new paradigm but also it was probably the new plateau coastal people will move to when all of the glaciers melt. I was told in this vision that I was part of this tribe and my job was to remind those who come to me who they are. I have seen a native chief in my back yard encouraging me and sending messages to my clients. He spoke to me about you and the great work you would do. Now I see that your work is starting right before my amazed eyes.
I talked about that tribal vision last year in this Youtube. But I have been telling clients about it for 35 years. As tough as things are right now out there, it is so exciting to see light workers like you rising up, activated.
He spoke to me about you and the great work you would do.
Oh. Did he tell you anything I don't already know?
It's interesting that we both developed pneumonia while we were in spiritual troughs. After my NDE, when I got out of the hospital, I sensed that the pneumonia had a purging effect. I'd stand over my bathroom sink just hacking up mucous, and I felt like I was expelling past versions of myself and modes of thought that were no longer helpful. In retrospect, I know that month of convalescence helped jumpstart a 3-year long period of personal energetic shifts that are almost complete. 🙂
In times of hardship or stress it might seem difficult to be grateful. But if you really think about it, we all have something to be grateful for.
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This is an update to something i posted on the "Thanksgiving" thread, which is locked now:
i am thankful that my father is here with me, as he is very ill, and this could be our last Thanksgiving together.
On the day after Thanksgiving, i had to take him to the Emergency Room for an infected wound. He is still in the hospital two months later, with many health problems. But the one he was most concerned about was the mass of cancer in his colon. The doctors said they could not treat it, because he wasn't strong enough, that the treatments would either kill him, or ruin the quality of life that he still has.
from @lovendures May this Thanksgiving be a blessing for you both.
So yesterday they took him down for a Cat-scan, or something, and guess what?
-That mass is gone!
every day is a thanks giving day
That is amazing! I am so very happy to hear this fantastic news. What a true blessing, for you both.
Yes, everyday is indeed a thanks giving day. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful news with us all. I hope he is able to leave the hospital soon.
Thank you! It is amazing!
Even tho i am at home with 2 dueling ear infections, i don't even care, because i am so happy for him!
OMG Thank GOD! What a blessing! I feel like dancing for you - so I will!. 😍 😇 ❤️
I love it when the universe gives us miracles such as this. My grandfather died at 85 yrs old, but when he was 74 they gave him 6 mos to live (cancer). My grandmother got on her hands and knees and prayed on the cold floor for hours. He went for a test later that month and the doctor said the cancer was gone/remission. He couldn't understand what happened. My grandfather did die of cancer but it was when it came back at 85. My grandmother died the same day exactly one year later because she wanted to be her husband.
MIRACLES do happen! so happy for you!
@unk-p, What a wonderful gift! Thanks for letting us know. I celebrate with you! Such miraculous stories lift up all of us.
I will try to remember the reading I got on you. It was powerful. I think I emailed some of it. Writings. An important book and teaching. Something like a TED talk. Leading people to a higher plane.
The message was so extraordinary that I wondered it you would believe me. think I was being hyperbolic. But I know it wasn’t coming from me. Then a month later you began posting extraordinary feelings, ideas, epiphanies, and I knew the spirit had told me the truth. You have a path that has been laid out for you. And it looks like you are beginning to find it. It is the real luminous you.
Amazing, fabulous and a true gift of loving energies shared over Thanksgiving.
We can never know how and when healing occurs but this is a beautiful blessing of an example!
We are so grateful you and your father received this gift. Enjoy every moment and know that miracles are possible!
Blessings to you, your father and so much love and gratitude now being felt, expressed, and shared.
Oh how I pray that many more of us will get the miracle we so pray for in our lives or the lives of our loved ones!
But we are so very very grateful you and your father are a shining example of the gift of living light and love manifested.
I am filled with Joy for you and your father!!! Thank you for sharing that incredible experience. Prayers,Light and Love for complete healing!
Wow, thanks for all the love, you guys. The reason i posted about it, was that i sensed that a lot of us were feeling disappointed and disgusted about current events. But miracles really can happen. One morning, we may wake up, and, ...POOF !
^ i meant to change ''you guys'' to ''you all'', not change it to green color, lol. Didn't notice until it was too late
So glad you shared this wonderful news!! We all need it, for sure. 🙂
I had a thought this morning as well about the current state of the world and all the news of late: hold steady. It is even harder to do, but if we all just keep living our light and doing what we are doing and hold steady, we will get to the other side of this. And your good news is such a burst of light. Yay!
What wonderful news! I am so very happy for you both. It’s so good of you to share this with us. I have the biggest smile as I write this. Much love to you and your Dad.
I thought I would revive this thread because we know that focusing on things we are grateful for can truly affect our well being. Many of us who have taken one of Jeanne's classes have been encouraged to bring gratitude into our daily lives.
I am hoping to grow a garden of gratitude here in our community by listing 5 things each day for which I am grateful. Please join in and we can all focus on the blessings and positive things we notice in our lives, even tiny ones. If we do this for a week, I bet we create a beautiful garden.
5 things I am grateful for today.
-my dog who brings joy and love to our hearts each day
-the sweet little humming bird in my back yard who manages to flutter about in desert summer heat day after day
-our community members here who continuously rise up to offer love, support and care to their fellow tribe members
-the joy that both of my daughters feel in bringing plants into their homes
-being able to turn on the faucet and have clean flowing water instantly