Gratitude and desire - are they partners or enemies in your world? How do you choose to practice each in your life OR do you only honor one?
Can you really practice both gratitude AND desire?
Gratitude is the expression of thanks for all the good in your life. Big things, little things, happy events and even moments that hurt all change and, hopefully, awaken you to life and to your world as it unfolds.
Desire, on the other hand, names things, people, and events not yet in your life that you feel would allow you to enjoy every day more, make each happening offer a greater impact on your happiness and well being.
Do those two forces face off?
Is it okay to want both in your life? Does the expression of desire, and, moreso, honoring those desires, make you less grateful or less valuable to your family, friends, and community?
Today I explore what really makes a difference, propelling your life in the direction you know you truly want to go.
The one listed in the video is wrong.
What stops you from living your dreams? Do you feel grateful for the gifts that are you? Do you think, maybe, having and acting on desires is selfish and therefore a bad thing?
Ali Bierman has been a relationship expert most of her life. As a wife of 32 years, mother, psychotherapist, specialized kinesiologist, ordained metaphysical minister, author, teacher, family member and friend, she brings a unique perspective to her work. Change happens instantly in Ali's world. What takes a long time, and maybe never happens for some people, is getting ready to change.
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