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Sending Gratitude to an Irritation

Have you had a difficult time being in gratitude for an irritation? I know I have. Last night, as I went to bed, I started to cough and cough and the tickle in my throat became worse. I began to apply what I have been learning in the Voice for Love Embodiment Program. www.TheVoiceForLove.comWhenever, I’ve been in discomfort or pain, I just want it to get better or go away.  So last night I started to extend love and gratitude to my throat. I thanked my throat for doing its best for me. I thanked my throat for protecting me from trauma.  I thanked my throat for standing up for me.

I began to see inside my neck.  I was grateful for the two tubes inside my throat, the esophagus and the alimentary canal. I was grateful to my esophagus for carrying the air I breathe into my body. I was grateful for my alimentary canal for carrying the food I eat into my body. I was grateful to my vocal chords that give sound to my voice.

As the tickling started to get worse, I sent love to my throat and it began to fill with saliva and soothed the itch. Immediately, I began to think, oh but, saliva is in the mouth, not the throat. And the throat is connected to ears and nose.  I laughed inwardly.  It really is hard to separate the body into parts as it really is all connected. I thanked my body for the miracle that it is as I drifted off to sleep.

How do you handle gratitude in difficult situations?

Catherine is an intuitive consultant, energy healer and spiritual coach. She has been a healing arts practitioner since 1982. Catherine has the unique ability to draw from different modalities, combining them with her intuitive gifts to offer practical and clear guidance for her clients. Catherine helps her clients clear their past, center in the present and take the next steps to create their future.

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