Reading "Ask and it is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires" by Esther and Jerry Hicks really helped me stay in a space of gratitude this Holiday season. Instead of looking at my family and finding all the faults with them I was looking at them with new eyes, I was finding all the good things about them and creating a new story with them instead of living out the old patterns. I really do think it solidified a turning point for the way I interact with my family and now I can create a better story. Also I'm going to be an Uncle for the first time! How exciting is that!
I would like to end today's post with a TEDxSF video I hope you all will watch. It was sent to me by a friend and it brought me such joy when I watched it. The little girl in the video has such wise words that we can all learn from. Here is a quote from her: "Like a path, it could lead you to a beach or something, and it could be beautiful." This is in reference to imagination and discovering new things.