2016-04-17-Attitude of Gratitude
No Idaho #917
• 1 Heading
o 1.1 Topic: Attitude of Gratitude
o 1.2 Group: N. Idaho TeaM
• 2 Facilitators
o 2.1 Teacher: Jonathan, Elyon, Charles
o 2.2 TR: Cathy Morris, Mark Rogers
• 3 Session
o 3.1 Opening
o 3.2 Lesson
o 3.3 Closing
Topic: Attitude of Gratitude
Group: N. Idaho TeaM
Teacher: Jonathan, Elyon, Charles
TR: Cathy Morris, Mark Rogers
Prayer: [Mary] I invite us all to just take a couple of deep breaths and still ourselves in gratitude. [pause] Thank you all for this energy of the group, the humans, the Thought Adjusters, the angels, the midwayers, the teachers, thanks for circling up.
LIGHT: [Mark] Greetings, I am Light and I stand here with you in gratitude, for this love and for this grace that we experience. I bask with you in the glow that standing in gratitude brings. A good day to you all.
JONATHAN: [Mark] Hello, Jonathan here to stand with you as well in gratitude. This attitude of gratitude is what serves to align your compass heading, to get you pointed in the right direction, to connect you to the major infrastructure, to firmly associate you, the part, with the greater whole. This is accomplished most directly by the use of this gratitude circuit. This ability to line up with all the others who are grateful and to go with the flow as it were. Often times you will find that this is your most direct route to lining up with your spiritual component.
To join together with your spiritual component in gratitude binds you. It is a means whereby you may come together and move forward as one. Having consecrated this choice, you are then predisposed to en-circuit with all the others and with the whole. That is why I am eager to stand with you in this attitude, in this approach and in this direction. Gratitude is the way at times for us to fellowship and move as one. I am grateful that this suggestion was made to focus on gratitude.
CHARLES: [Mark] I will take a turn, I am Charles and I would remind you of a common phrase that is: There is so much to be grateful for, where does one start? I would say that you start with the conception that there IS so much to be grateful for, with the predisposed ideal that it is all good, with the attachment to divine principles that insure that it is all good in the end. Having these values means a pervasive stability in your lives for just carrying with you the certainty that there is so much to be grateful for, enables you to see your life through this lens and look for what there is to be grateful for and as we have all learned in this process, when you seek, you shall find. The grace is there, the goodness surrounds, the gratitude flows. It is indeed enjoyable to join you in this sentiment, this expression of this aspect of ourselves. We all may share this aspect in our eternal journey. Let it be so, as it is, even now, good day to you all.
LIGHT: [Cathy] I was so happy to be included in the discussion of our friend Charley. The light is indeed surrounding him and upheld by the intention of this group. There is great healing in light focused by this group of physicians assistants. As we draw together in love and unity, much can be accomplished. Continue to experiment with light, it is my pleasure to join you.