Rachael Wolff, author of Letters From A Letter Me, has written a new blog post on how grateful she is for every conversation she has had with a loved one.
Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #55
Today, I’m grateful for each beautiful conversation I get to have with a loved one. I thought this thought when my 15-year old son had come into my room to talk to me. Soon after, my 13-year old daughter came in to join the conversation. Then while were all talking, my oldest friend (since I was 4 years old) called to join our conversation. This amazing series of events made me so incredibly grateful for each time I get to share time and space with a loved one. Just being in this thought puts a huge smile across my face as I think of all the conversations I have in just one day. I’m filled with the energy of love, abundance, and peace. Life is amazing when we appreciate the people who are a part of our everyday lives.
Today, I commit to appreciating conversations with loved ones. We are in a time when checking on the people we love is more important than ever. So many people are struggling to find their footing in all the chaos. When we are in a place of love, abundance, and peace, our intuition is heightened. If you think about a loved one today, call or text them. See if you can schedule a call with someone who you haven’t talked with in a while. Enter the conversation with love, abundance, and peace in your heart. Do your best to stay in that place even if you are talking about challenging topics. If a loved one is filled with fear, lack, and separation, don’t be surprised if they resist your energy. Shine away! Allow your loved one to be where they are without letting it dull your light. Remember to stay in the energy that you want to see more of.
With Love, Abundance, and Peace,
©Rachael Wolff 2020
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