by Dawn M Cheney
We’ve had quite a year in 2020 and many of us are glad to see it coming to an end. We have missed all of the major holidays, as well as friends and family. We have sacrificed a lot to be alive and keep others safe; jobs, salaries, comfort, being quarantined or made to stay-at-home, shortages of every day necessities and staples as well as restricted hours of shopping, limited to no travel out of town, no vacations, and so much more.
It’s time now to turn our minds and hearts towards what we do have and be grateful during this last Holiday Season of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. Let us be grateful for those who are still in our lives…grateful for all our worldly possessions, be they modest or grand. Let us have gratitude for the earth on which we live that sustains us, as well as all the beautiful creatures that share it with us. Above all, let us have gratitude to be alive and say thank you to all that is.
Truly, three of the greatest ways I support my clients is to help them (1) find trust in themselves and their own intuition, (2) find forgiveness for themselves and then for others, and (3) be grateful for the lessons that created who they are today and who they will become tomorrow. With those tools in hand, transformation becomes a reality, anything can become possible, and opportunities will open up for them. The keys are in their hands.
Clients really feel empowered when they realize they have “choices” in how they react and respond. It’s in seeing things differently (new perspective) which allows us to react differently that true healing occurs. My greatest joy comes when a client “sees” the connection between their emotions and the effect they are having on their life which enables them to take the courageous steps into choosing a different perspective.
Would you like to explore distance healing and learn how to increase your trust, forgiveness and gratitude, the qualities that can help transform your life?