It’s Thanksgiving week here in the states, a time to appreciate and give thanks for the blessings in our lives. This year I have so much to be thankful for – lots of time at home with Michael, a deeper, more soulful connection to nature, the unconditional love of my adorable, albeit demanding cat, Poupon.
We enter in this moment the days before the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. And while this day is not celebrated in all other countries as it will be in America on Thursday, the moment might nevertheless give us pause to stop and think.
It is nearly Thanksgiving in the U.S. marking the official beginning of the holiday season. Know that in this unique time of the year there is an awakening in you of the spirit of Gratitude. It is the true essence of Thanksgiving.
When we think of transitions we think of change. However, we forget about the process of the transition. During the process of the transition, we grieve. The grieving allows for space during the transitions to analyze what we are letting go of to move forward.
For the past few years I have been practicing gratitude and it has changed my life. But I need a new job, my living situation is not ideal and the money is dwindling. It is getting harder and harder to stay positive all of the time. How do I change this without being ungrateful?
Last week I was in London with my son Owen for lunch with a friend. We were early so we went for a walk in Hyde Park. It was a crisp, cold morning with the sun peeping through every now and then. There were lots of people in the park, all of course with guardian angels.
As we move into the second month of 2013, I have received many emails from people saying that they are feeling blue, in a funk, lonely, isolated, depressed, and can't seem to shake it.I'm not sure, yet it seems many people expected something significant to happen in 2012 that isn't quite happening yet, and they want to know what to do next to shake off their heavy vibes and get back in the flow. So here are my suggestions...