A Message from Jane C. Willhite PSI Co-Founder and CEO
This week, I want to highlight another incredible leader in our community, Liberty Woods.
Liberty leads our team in Southern California and inspires us all with her resilient sense of optimism and hope. I asked her to share a bit with us about how she is able to cultivate this mindset and to give you a tool to do so in your own life.
Is it just me, or did this year just fly by? For many (regardless of spiritual practice), we’re entering a season of gratitude and thanksgiving… a time to reflect on the year that was, and wow, what a year it has been!
If you are like me, you are already having the conversation around “what will it take to experience the best version of me in the coming year, and years to come?” What if experiencing the best version of yourself is easier than we have made it out to be and it could be generated by something you are already doing?
Oprah Winfrey says that practicing gratitude is, “the single greatest thing you can do to change your life.” Having a daily gratitude routine is a practical way to raise your vibration.
Practicing gratitude is more than saying “thank you”. It’s about making deliberate choices to find the good in every situation. You are in charge of applying the meaning to the events in your life, so why not choose something at a high vibration!
“Gratitude is an affirmation of the goodness in one’s life”, says Dr. Robert A Emmons, aka “the father of gratitude”. So as you reflect on your year, pay special attention to finding the goodness that has come from the events that have taken place. Make this a daily practice. Keep a journal. And watch how you elevate into the best version of you. I challenge you to try this for 30 days and watch the results you generate in your life.
I would like to close by expressing my sincere gratitude to those who have contributed to the community in Southern California and with the PSI Basic Seminar Online.
Much love to you all,