21 Nov Gratitude, And The Fear Thereof….
This blog post was written by guest blogger, Dr. Chinn. Dr. Chinn is a 1986 Life graduate (Marietta), has been practicing in the Seattle area for 26 years and is a board member of the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society. He is the co-creator of the nutritional cardiovascular formula Acctrix (www.Acctrix.com), co-founder of Unisal Wellness Technologies and is the author of Symphony of Wellness and Soaring Beyond Fear (www.PerryChinn.com). His book Symphony of Wellness focuses on the science and benefits of the Nobel Prize winning science of nitric oxide for cardiovascular health and whole body wellness. He can be reached at DrPChinn@gmail.com.
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When I stumble upon a difficult day I find that when I remember gratitude all perspective and then ensuing peace returns. Fear does not like gratitude much. Gratitude interferes with the function of the fear-mind.
“Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul.” — Henry Ward
Fear must avoid the present moment where gratitude resides. When in this state we understand and appreciate that all IS as we have intended and with this dawn of acceptance comes full accountability for the creative power of our life.
Gratitude does not abide the victim. That part of our fear conditioned response that yearns to side-step the crux of any dilemma. We are co-creators of all that shows up in our life. With this spiritually mature stance we can then move forward and create with intention the life we KNOW we deserve.
I was reminded of this lesson again this week. Situations developed that triggered my old response of indignation and irritation. Yet as I walked the silent streets of Seattle this morning on my daily renewal….I was reminded of the power of gratitude.
And for that….I AM GRATEFUL!