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Set your sleigh free

According to Holiday folklore (aka the movie “Elf”), Santa’s sleigh is powered by Christmas spirit.

When people believe in love, the sleigh is fueled to fly.

When people are out of tune with love, the sleigh becomes immobile.

Here’s today’s two cents:

Love is the energy that sets things in motion.

Like Santa’s sleigh, your subconscious mind is a treasure house filled with gifts.

When you allow your life energy to become consumed by a lack of gratitude and goodwill, you’re slamming the brakes on your inner sleigh.

But when you love yourself, when you count your blessings, and when you cherish your possibilities, your inner being will deliver all the goods, tangible and intangible, required for a flourishing life.

And unlike the gifts in Santa’s sleigh, the gifts within your own soul can be unwrapped anew everyday of the year.

Cheers and Happy Holidays,

T.K. Coleman

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    1. Thank you so much, Nancy 🙂 You’re the best! Happy Holidays to you and Billie as well. Let’s have coffee after the first work of New Years. It would be great to see you and catch up. Cheers, TK

  1. How do I learn to love myself?? My entire life I have been knocked down for what everyone else has done wrong.It has always been my fault that everyone else does not succeed. I have tried to push off these bad vibes but they are so heavy and so consistent that I have a such a hard time believing in anything i do. zI want to get rid f the heavy heart but have no idea as to how anymore. Am open to suggestions????

  2. Well said T.K. Happy holidays andMerry Christmas. You’re doing a great service in courageously promoting self responsibility and empowerment at a time where such notions have regrettably lost their rightful place in advancement of human freedom and possibility.

    1. Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas to you too, Mike. Thanks for those words of encouragement. I agree with you about the decline of freedom & self-responsibility in the mass consciousness. Hopefully, I can do my part in helping others recognize their own creative intelligence and personal power. Cheers, TK

    1. Thanks so much for the holiday wishes (and all your stimulating comments/conversations as well), Emmy 🙂 Cheers to a wonderful Holiday to you and yours as well.
      I’ll be catching up on our convos soon.

  3. T.K.,
    Thank you for sharing your perspectives. They have opened my eyes and brightened my days.
    Best wishes,
    Tor Pitcairn

    1. Happy Holidays, Craig. Please send the same wishes from me to your son. We could all use a little help with learning to love ourselves, so let him know that I’m rooting for him. Cheers, TK

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