A Meditation On Grace

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I quiet my mind with a deep and stilling breath. All is well. All is well. I settle into the part of me that lies just behind my thoughts. It is a place of such calm. A place of such peace. A place of such beauty. In this place I am all that I was ever meant to be. In this place I am free. I am free from all worry. I am free from all judgment. I am free to just be. In this place I am a part of all that is. I am a part of the light that created me. Breathing deeply again now I allow the source of this light to wash over me and shower me with its beauty and with its grace. I experience a profound healing in every single cell of my body as this grace washes over me. Any words, or thoughts or actions from my past that are holding me back, fall away. Any aspect of my being that no longer serves me falls away, too. With this light, I am new again. All is well. I am filled with a profound love and peace. With this grace, I am not my mistakes. With this grace, I am not my failures. With this grace, my position in the material world does not matter. I am exquisite in the eyes of the Oneness. I am more than enough. I breathe again experiencing my very essence and truly knowing myself as beautiful. I am beautiful. I am deserving. I am loved. I breathe again now knowing, all is well. It is this beautiful place inside of me that shall lead the way in my life. It is this place that I will take back with me into the world. I am steady. I am a part of the Oneness. I allow my friends, my partner, my children, all people who I encounter to know this part of me, most of all. I begin again in love. I am loved. I am love.

Listen and be guided in A Meditation on Grace by Meghan Nathanson:

About meghannathanson

“Forget about enlightenment. Sit down wherever you are. And listen to the wind singing in your veins.” – John Welwood My name is Meghan Nathanson and I am the mother of two beautiful boys, Jonah (3 yo) and Adrian (1 yo). When I found out that I was pregnant with my second son, Adrian, I searched for a book about the transition for families from a household of one child to a household of two children. All of the book reviews that I came across for books such as this were very negative and I didn’t end up buying anything. I vowed to write about this topic when the time was right. It turns out the Universe had another plan in mind for me. When Adrian was 7 months old he experienced a serious medical issue which required two abdominal surgeries. It was a very intense time for our family on many levels and I spent numerous nights rocking him sometimes for hours at a time. During these many nights spent awake I found myself awakening to the way in which Motherhood has so beautifully intersected with my spiritual path and how mindfulness has played an integral part in my finding peace and joy with my children. As Adrian began to heal I began writing a series of essays which I hope to compile into a book: “12 Months of Mindful Mothering: Experiencing the Divine in Your Children in Every Season.” I’ve been thinking about ways in which I could share my experiences and potentially inspire a few Mothers to turn off their cell phones, log off of Facebook (I love Facebook too!) and be more present with their children. I would love to help Mothers discover the power of mindfulness as well as to help children experience their mothers in a more present way. With this intention in mind, I decided to share my essays through this blog as well as other discoveries I am making every day.
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