The Gratitude Minute is a moment of Grace and Gratitude Graffiti with a pause to center. Align yourself with your highest intention for a day at your best. It only takes a minute.
Gratitude Minute: Plant Whispers
Today I express my gratitude for plant whispers. Ever since I can remember I have felt a certain kinship with irises, especially deep purple irises. I’m sure you have something you feel a special connection to in nature. Plants just seem to have their own subtle melody, a vibration of peaceful bliss and vitality. Just being able to embrace a tree trunk or caress the velvety leaves of a flower calms the spirit and enlivens the soul. I love the wisdom of aged trees. They must be connected to everything on Earth. I am never more certain that I am where I need to be than when I rest upon a tree. I am grateful for the harmony of nature that we effortlessly blend in spirit with. Thank you, my plant kingdom folk, for your jubilance and benevolence.
One Breath Meditation:
Eckhart Tolle tells us that one breath, fully conscious, is a meditation. Join me in a one breath meditation and feel your energy shift, as the energy surrounding you shifts as well. Take a long, slow, deep breath in and hold it while you give your awareness to the sensation of the essential breath of life within your lungs and the physical, mental and emotional benefits of deep inspiration. When you are ready, release your breath out your mouth, and feel the tenseness in your shoulders slip away as you relax, center and align your energy with your higher self. As you do this, you are aligned with the frequency of spiritual light wherein all is for highest good. Allow your energy to shift into this comfortable state of clarity and composure. From this state all is possible, and all is as it should be. Enter this state with a one breath meditation whenever you feel impressed to shift your energy to a higher frequency.
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Thank you, and many blessings.