Balanced Rock

Alicia K. Hanlen, RScP Practitioner Emeritus Taos Center for Spiritual

Balanced Rock
by Alicia K. Hanlen
Practitioner Emeritus
Taos Study Group

“Getting in balance is not so much about adopting new strategies to change your behaviors, as it is about realigning yourself in all of your thoughts so as to create a balance between what you desire and how you conduct your life on a daily basis.” Wayne Dyer

I greet the morning with joy and anticipation.  The sun smiles back at me, and the morning mist nourishes my soul.  Life is so precious and sweet, and yet so fragile.

I breathe in the essence of Divine Presence, which I know surrounds and supports me – always.  Gratefully, I know and accept that this Life, this loving Presence, is both a gift and my birthright as a child of God.

My intention for this day is to remain quietly centered, to let nothing and no one disturb my inner peace.  I stand strong and certain in my deeply felt values, and yet also ready to entertain all points of view from those whom I may encounter throughout the day.  In this regard, I see myself as a Balanced Rock – strong and grounded; open and receptive.

I take it all in with both joy and a quiet certainty of my greater yet to be as I declare:  Life is good and very good.  With thanksgiving, I accept these blessings in my life, and the lives of all who hear or read these words.  Life is so good; Life is so precious.  And so it is.