Ask me today what this photo represents and I’d say “joy”. It captures a moment of me standing in a lake as waves surprise my thighs with kisses of cool water. I’m grateful for my enjoyable other who is standing on the shore taking my photo, I’m grateful for the facilitation another friend is offering to bring ease to the photo shoot and I’m grateful for me.
Can I let you in on a little secret? I wasn’t always joyful or grateful for me. I used to judge the f*&% out of myself. Ask me yesterday (as in before using the tools of Access Consciousness™) what this photo represents and I would have said the winner of the horse teeth competition, or worse yet, British teeth (sorry to offend all you Brits!). I would have looked at this picture and cringed in my judgment, remembering every facial trauma I suffered and every painful dental surgery I endured. I would have looked at this photo and hated my teeth and in doing so, hated me.
What did my teeth ever do to me to deserve such hatred? They are these amazing body parts that allow me to eat, smile and nibble the way I do. Do you notice that with gratitude there is no room for judgement? And do you notice that with gratitude there’s plenty of room for joy?
Would you and your body enjoy more gratitude? How about more joy?
Have you heard of Access Bars®? It’s the first class in Access Consciousness™ where you gently hold 32 points on the head to dissipate thoughts, ideas, and emotions that limit you. There’s a point for joy, there’s a point for body, and yes, there’s a point for gratitude! On December 4th, 2015 I’ll be co-facilitating an Access Bars® one-day workshop.
Is now the time for something different? Is now the time for more gratitude and joy? Click here for more information: http://www.accessconsciousness.com/class_details.asp?cid=64856