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This show is for people who cannot get to an Intender's Circle meeting in their area. Because we have to vary from the Intender's Circle format on the Internet, we are calling ourselves GRATEFUL INTENDERS. Please join us for a weekly meeting where we, one by one, state our intentions to each other and the Universe.
Are you grateful, and I mean really grateful? Why are you grateful? Do others know you are grateful? Being grateful for what you have is so important. We all have our portion, and God makes no mistakes. Be grateful for the gifts and abilities you have and live a great life!
Join the conversation and tell us why you are grateful!
Looking over the miracles Jesus did for people. After Jesus did a healing the person was grateful and their life was nerve the same. Jesus touched all kinds of people that led them to living different lives --grateful for what they received. I pray that Jesus touches your life this week and gives you a grateful heart of thanksgiving.
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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, There's of course some great cooking being done for family and friends to enjoy. But how often do you think of Christ and what he's done for us, giving and offering up his life and bringing great hope to a lost and dying world. There should be a difference in how we express ourselves during this time of the year and how the world expresses itself. Were way too quick to jump to Christmas with the key focus on Black friday and don't reflect enough on the cross, Christ awesome love for us and how he brought us up out of our slavery to sin. And so the question must be asked, do I have a grateful heart today? Am I depending way too much on gifts rather than the giver Himself? Do I complain more than expressing my grattitude for all the Lord has done? May God help us to truly reflect and focus on what really matters most, our relationship with God, our families and knowing that one day we will spend eternity with Him.
This weekend in the US is Thanksgiving weekend, where we eat too much and give thanks for all that we're grateful for.
But I have spoken with some women lately in some pretty desparate and emotionally abusive situations. Logic tells them that they should put up with the abuse because there's enough other good things in their life and they should be grateful.
On any given day, there is an abundance to be grateful for: our health, our jobs, our friends and family. We absolutely should be grateful for those small miracles that surround us. But, we shouldn’t use those things as a crutch to keep us stuck in emotionally abusive relationships.
We are, in fact, deserving of all the abundance life offers every day as well as deserving of being loved, honored and cherished in our relationships.
Tell the Truth. Show up in Love. Live in Freedom.
Thanksgiving is the one day a year that we say thanks for many things in our lives and a little thanks goes a long long way. A little gratitude changes your day and being humble, that is something that comes with understanding that being thankful and being grateful are not simply trends of our times, they are ways of life. We are already capable of many great knowings and doings, and we are also capable at living in the moment of the holidays we share because it is the one time of the year that time is made to notice each other and give thanks for those we know and love in our lives. What does it mean to our lives when we are thankful?Tune in and Join the Conversation Tomorrow at 5:30 AM, PST!
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This week Coach Cafe welcomes Mary Beth Sammons, co-author, along with Nina Lesowitz of The Grateful Life: The Secret to Happiness and the Science of Contentment.
The Grateful Life is a guide to discovering—and realizing—one’s deepest longings by cultivating thankfulness into daily living. Through years of research and practice, the authors have discovered that grateful living can transform lives. The Grateful Life contains inspirational stories and tips backed by scientific research from experts who are conducting cutting-edge studies about the ways gratitude improvesemotional and physical health, strengthens relationships, work performance, and helps people through crises.
Mary Beth Sammons is an award winning journalist and author who has contributed to Family Circle, the Chicago Tribune's Lifestyle section and various other online health and wellness websites. She is a cause-related marketing professional who creates communications campaigns for organizations large and small. Mary Beth is the author of 11 books in the women's self-help and wellness fields, including We Carry Each Other: Getting Through Life's Toughest Times and Gifts With Heart. Join us to learn about the link between health and gratitude, spirituality and gratitude and how to cultivate more gratitude in your life--especially when you aren't feeling especially grateful!
I am so very Grateful for You! Tonights Friday Night Spiritual Night episode of Relax, Let Go, BE with Charles focuses on remembering, and experiencing the person and people we are most grateful for in our lives. Whose, support, encouragement, insights, and Love helped and continues to help in your life. Together let us enjoy the feelings and experience of truly being grateful. A guided meditation experience of gratitude, connecting and with and sharing your love and thankfulness soul to soul is part of tonight’s show.
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The holidays are right around the corner and this is the season when people start to think about being more grateful and appreciating what they have. There are 365 days in a year so we shouldn't only be grateful around the holidays. What does it mean to be more grateful for what we have? Why is it difficult for people to be grateful but so easy for them to complain? What are the effects of being appreciative and complaining, and how can you learn to be grateful if you've never done it before?