I'm so grateful for all the time in the world to sleep. I'm so grateful my knee is healing. I'm so grateful it's better every day. I'm so grateful Michael found an apartment! I'm so grateful my brother is moving here in less than a month! I'm so grateful I know what I know. I'm so grateful I know everything is unfolding perfectly. I'm so grateful I know that my reality is a reflection of my emotions. I'm so grateful for my phone so I cam write these posts as soon as I open my eyes.
I'm so grateful for my kitties and my family. I'm so grateful for my physical body. I'm so grateful I'm learning how to accept things as they are. I'm so grateful I'm learning to be less resistant. I'm so grateful I'm learning how to handle this trip. I'm so grateful I decided to come to physical reality.
I'm so grateful for the concept of acceptance. I'm so grateful for the concept of letting go. I'm so grateful for the concept of detachment. I'm so grateful for the concept of surrender.
Today I intend to love myself unconditionally. Finally, I know what that feels like. Every action, every breath, every thought, every emotion - I intend to observe with love. Everything I do is OKAY. Everything that happens is OKAY. I am god, and everything is ok!
Unconditional love feels like looking at an imperfection and seeing the perfection. Unconditional love feels like looking at my 8th grade class picture, which I used to think was hideous, and realizing that I was so. beautiful. And that right now, I am so beautiful.
Unconditional love feels like relief. It feels like letting go. I accept myself and everything and everyone around me unconditionally, because it is all just a reflection of my internal world.
I'm grateful for my fantasy of helping people turn off the jabbering mind. It's like taking off a helmet. I just take off my helmet and then those around me realize they can take off their's. It's already created.
I'm so grateful for the peace found in meditation and presence. I'm so grateful I know that any time I have a fearful thought, I can just take off my mind-helmet and there is no more fear. In the moment, in the present, there is no fear.
I'm so grateful I have thought tools (mantras) to help me through each day. I'm so grateful mantras have helped me so much over the past year. I'm so grateful I always have one that works.
My mood is my work. I love and accept my reality unconditionally. (I no longer look at things and get my panties in a twist because things aren't perfectly as I like them. They are already perfect, and it is my job to recognize that.) I wonder what my next thought will be?