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Barbara Hinz

I am so aware and grateful that I have been bringing all these messages and lessons to me at this time.
Todays lesson's arrived perfectly. I am starting on the journey with James Twyman through his book the Art of Spriitual Peacemaking. I was deeply inspired after reading and connecting on a heart level with the Peacekeepers I learned about in his Emmisary of Light.
How amamzing it is that today I am to focus and chose 12 people to share this journey of Peacemaking and Gratitude all together on one path.
With deep Thanks Stacey, Ken and James


As I was waking to dream this morning, I remember thinking about a tape I had been using a few years back that took me into the delta wave state. After experiencing this meditation for 3 days I noticed a big shift in the way I was going through my days (daze).
I began to feel very clear and uplifted and all negative thoughts seemed to melt away and stay that way. To see the reference on brain wave states for our 3rd day blew me away... a wonderful synchronicity to let me know I am moving in flow motion!
I am so grateful to be here with all of you beautiful wave riders.


Well i shall sit in meditation and reflect on the words of "Gathering Masters"deep meditation on 12 people who have someway shaped me,guided me,shared and encouraged my growth.I shall visualize them and ask from the heart that they journey with me in this wave of Gratitude...that we may share our wisdom and through compassion and determination lift each other up to the divine presense."Gathering Masters"wow there was so much to soak up and to apply to life,thank-you very much for that and all the rest to come.This is so helping me with the transition of being re-born into the spirit realm.Letting go,surrendering to the Creator.Thanks to all of you who are in this full wave,its so amazing to be with you.Lets ride it high get balanced and not drop off,keep on Riding...JH

Jill Karlin Butler

I have been blessed to be in the presence of a living master, an alchemist...my husband Lee Porter Butler (Alpha Lee Rainbow Light Cloud Sun III), who influenced me profoundly. Lee was my soul mate, my unconditional lover, my friend. We lived through the fires of hell,children were killed while Lee was on dialysis, loss of so much our homes, our reputations, our dearest friend, and then on November 22, 2005 Lee passed over. March 18, 2006 my Dad left also. They are there on the other side guiding me.

anita winter

I just got a mail from Sharon Wilson where she telll's about AttitudeZapz! I went to have a listen :-) because I like music. The gift is a jingle 'I’ve got an attitude of gratitude'. Soooooooooo great.
Go to http://attitudezapz.com/welcome-page to listen and download the jingle for free!!!
¶¶¶¶¶ yeah that's my style ¶¶¶¶¶

lot's of love anita

Peter Chin

The 7 Chinese Masters of Tai Chi Chi Kung in Asia I learnt with 30 over years ago who correspond to the 7 Rainbow Colors/Divine Qualities has helped me to create the Aqua Tai Chi Chi Kung which emphasized on the healing power of the Water Way. Thanks also to more than 50,000 people in the Midlands in UK, as President of International Peace Festival Committee and Chairperson for Complementary Health Conferences in the Midlands, we launched many unique healing therapies including something I started in 1988, called the Thanking Healing Therapy (I still have the Stratford upon Avon news clipping of this!!). So 20 years on, I am happy to hear that the World Thanking Community is happening!! WELL DONE!!!!

Peter Chin





I feel so blessed . I am currently in school for energy medicine and this ties in so nicely with everything we are learning. It is truly refreshing to have these reminders and messages on a day to day basis.It helps me get throught the in between times of school. And always seems to give me what I need at the present moment.


yes, consider the source.
it is so powerful that our entire life and presence here rests upon the gifts --and literally the bodies-- of our ancestors.
we depend upon those who have moved through obsticles, blazed the trails and done the necessary work to become masters. could not keep a list to just 12...most are still alive--all are present with me always.

Kazuo Ohno
Dr. Tawnya Pettiford Wates
Tsultrim Alione
Anna Halprin
Glenda Green
Mary Magdalene
Oprah Winfrey
Eckhart Tolle
Barbara Marx Hubbard
Francis Moore Lappe
Isabel Allende
Deborah Koff and Ross Chapin
David Spangler
Nala Walla
Joanna Macy
oh ...there are so many more!!
merci gracias arigato




Jeffrey Gaddy

When I woke up this morning and was thinking about gratitude, I remembered I had this song/poem by Chilean singer and artist Violeta Parra sitting next to my bed. It is called Thanks to Life (The translation from spanish to english was done by Juan Pedro Gaffney):

Thanks to life that has given me so much.
It has given me two eyes; when I open them,
I can see black and white clearly distinct,
and the star-covered depths of the sky so high,
and amidst all the crowd the man I love.

Thanks to life that has given me so much.
It has given me hearing that in all its expanse
captures, night and day, sounds of crickets, canaries,
hammers, turbines, barking, squalls,
and the tender voice of my belovèd.

Thanks to life that has given me so much.
It has given me sound and the alphabet,
and with it, the words I think and speak:
mother, friend, brother and light that brightens
the way of the soul of the one I love.

Thanks to life that has given me so much.
It has given me the step of my tired feet.
With them I’ve walked around cities and puddles,
on beaches, through deserts, mountains and plains,
and to your house, your street, your garden.

Thanks to life that has given me so much,
It’s given me a heart that makes the rest of me tremble
when I see the fruit of the human mind,
when I see good so far from evil,
when I see the depths of your eyes so bright.

Thanks to life that has given me so much.
It’s given me laughter, it’s given me tears,
so that I can tell happiness from grief—
the two things my song is made of,
the song you all sing, which is one and the same,
yes, everyone’s song, which is my very own song.

Thanks to life that has given me so much!

— words and music: Violeta Parra
tr: Juan Pedro Gaffney Rivera

Jeffrey Gaddy

Here is Thanks to Life, Gracias a La Vida in espanol:

Gracias a la vida que me ha dado tanto.
Me dió dos luceros que, cuando los abro,
perfecto distingo lo negro del blanco,
y en el alto cielo su fondo estrellado,
y en las multitudes al hombre que yo amo.

Gracias a la vida que me ha dado tanto.
Me ha dado el oido que, en todo su ancho,
graba noche y día grillos y canarios,
martillos, turbinas, ladridos, chubascos,
y la voz tan tierna de mi bien amado.

Gracias a la vida que me ha dado tanto.
Me ha dado el sonido y el abecedario;
con él, las palabras que pienso y declaro:
madre, amigo, hermano y luz alumbrando
la ruta del alma de él que estoy amando.

Gracias a la vida que me ha dado tanto.
Me ha dado la marcha de mis pies cansados;
con ellos anduve ciudades y charcos,
playas y desiertos, montañas y llanos,
y la casa tuya, tu calle y tu patio.

Gracias a la vida que me ha dado tanto.
Me dío el corazón que agita su marco
cuando miro el fruto del cerebro humano,
cuando miro el bueno tan lejos del malo,
cuando miro el fondo de tus ojos claros.

Gracias a la vida que me ha dado tanto.
Me ha dado la risa, y me ha dado el llanto.
Así yo distingo dicha de quebranto—
los dos materiales que forman mi canto,
y el canto de ustedes, que es el mismo canto.
y el canto de todos, que es mi propio canto.

¡Gracias a la vida que me ha dado tanto!

—letra y música: Violeta Parra

si quire saber mas de ella:

Jeffrey Gaddy

Here is another poem that I find simple yet very powerful and moving:

“I Think Over Again My Small Adventures”
(North American Indian; 19th Century)

I think over again my small adventures,
My fears,
Those small ones that seemed so big,
For all the vital things
I had to get and to reach;
And yet there is only one great thing,
The only thing,
To live to see the great day that dawns
And the light that fills the world.

Monique Drinkwater

I just want to share this Rumi poem, its simple and its very beautiful in this simplicity...like life.

Gamble everything for love
half heartedness does not reach into majesty;
You set out for God;
but end up stopping for long periods at mean spirited roadhouses...
Don't wait any longer!
Dive into the ocean
Leave & let the sea be you!

by Rumi..


Loved your quote by Rumi, Monique. Here's another:
"Everything in the Universe is
within you. Ask all from yourself." Rumi
And, I agree with Momo: "Oh...
there are so many more" than 12
to whom I owe Gratitude. Be it
that we mirror our 'masters'
influence to affect all others
into an Attitude of Gratitude.
Peace and joy to all!

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