I don't know anyone who doesn't wish to be more loving. A loving attitude is difficult to access, however, if we are being assailed by other emotions, especially those that we might deem negative.
Today, I share a Guided Practice with you that can help you turn your attention away from difficult emotions to refocus on the love that lives in you and can be transmitted through you. I call it "Leaning into Love." Attending well to our emotional selves is an attribute of Presence. Taking good care of ourselves—our moods, thoughts and feelings—ultimately enables us to be more present and loving toward others.
I hope you find it helpful. (Mp3 is 5 min. long.)
3/2/2021 06:26:36 pm
Hi, this is just what I needed today, thank you! I think back on the on line class you taught - pockets of peace? It was wonderful, I wish you would repeat it , lol I need reinforcement. Thanks again, I am always grateful for your recorded meditations.
4/10/2021 09:27:35 am
Deb, I am glad this helped. Yes, the course may have been called that. It led to the writing of this book, I believe, or was crafted from it. Always grateful for your faithfulness!
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Dr. Janice Lynne Lundy (PsyD, DMin, MPC)
is The Gerald May Professor of Spiritual Direction & Counseling at the Graduate Theological Foundation. She is an interspiritual director/mentor, educator and counselor who has been pointing people back toward the Sacred for nearly thirty years.