Gratitude & Grace – and Tribute to Jerry Hicks [From My Heart]
Tomorrow in the States we celebrate Thanksgiving.
It’s a time for gratitude – always a good thing.
Wherever you are in the world I want to suggest a
follow-up step to your gratitude practice that will
open doors you can’t begin to imagine at this moment:
When you surrender your challenges and the areas
of resistance in your life, you make room for God’s
grace. Gratitude, Surrender, and Grace.
If you’re in need of some support on the surrender
front, I have a website with a series of fr-ee videos
on surrender at www.HowDoISurrender.com.
Practice surrender on the heals of gratitude
and watch as Divine Grace floods into your life.
“The Soul Archaeologist”
PS – This evening, as I was coming out of session I
noticed a post on Facebook about Jerry Hicks’ death
this past Friday (11/18/11). I invite you to join me in a
“rampage of gratitude” for this luminary and pioneer.
I met Jerry in July of 2007 – when Jerry and Esther were
in Fort Collins for one of their day-long workshops. I
literally chased him through the lobby to get his attention.
My goal: to ask if I could sit behind the wheel of their big
bus (a Prevost H3-45) – to support me in manifesting one.
He looked at me and said: “No … Better be careful because
once you do, you’ll be hooked.” Then he turned and
went back to what he was doing before I cornered him.
In the afternoon session, in channel, Esther told a story about
how their bus was in Estes Park – and that’s why it wasn’t in
Fort Collins. It was worked into one of her stories. I’ve always
thought that was a message for me.
Thanks for not calling security on me when I chased you down, Jerry.
And more importantly, thank you for your curiosity and endless
enthusiasm for asking questions and discovering – with Esther –
and with Abraham – and sharing the results with the rest of us.
I am grateful that you stepped into your power and your light,
and shared it with the world so completely. You showed the
rest of us how to do that dance, and I will always be grateful for
your example. Enjoy the transition, and report in when you get
a chance! And to Esther and the rest of the family, all my love
and support, as you remember, and celebrate, and mourn the
loss of Jerry in the body – from your life. Thank you for sharing him
and your relationship with us.
Read Esther’s email – and more, here: