Thursday, November 25, 2010

A Real Christmas Present

A Real Christmas Present

Thank-You is such a simple word, but it is so powerful. You see the power of thanks comes from the vibration of the thought. When we are in a continuous vibration of the “attitude of gratitude we simple attract circumstances and people of like minded energy. That is why or academy is the way it is. To all our students that have been here from the beginning, or if you just started today I just want to say THANK-YOU!!!

With out the eager student there is no teacher or academy.

Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.

When we realize and give thanks for all our life lessons which sometimes may have not seemed fair at the time and reflect back we notice that they had to occur to make us the person we are today. We have always had the choice of how we reacted or responded to all life’s lessons.

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”

Make sure you are telling and showing the ones you love how much they mean to you. Once we are staying in that conditioned state of having an attitude of gratitude we are more relaxed in our thinking, which calms our nervous system and creates better health. This gives us more peace in our lives.

As with all thoughts they attract higher energy thoughts like courage and faith. These two thoughts combined are so powerful. One of the greatest definitions that I have learned on faith was;

“Faith is the ability to see the invisible, Believe in the incredible, and therefore letting you have what the people on the “mass” consciousness level of thought call the impossible”

So as we go into the Christmas season keep your thoughts under your own self control, be thankful for all the blessings that we have living in this great country, our health, our family, but most of all the gift of our freedom to choose our own thoughts and to lift them as high as we can.


Master Dan, Mr. Rowe, Mrs. Koch, Connie Vetter-Johnson,

Mr. Pratt, Ms. Lindsey Tetlock, Mr. Kevin Gourlay

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