Christmas to me is a special time of starry nights filled with magic, love, twinkling lights and many moments of peace and happiness.
In fact, last night I was curled up on my couch, wrapped up in my favourite cozy blanket with my dog Bella, sipping on a hot cup of herbal tea, admiring the beauty of the Christmas lights, and watching the timeless movie White Christmas.
As the ending of the movie drew near with everyone singing White Christmas, I became both nostalgic and excited about this Yuletide season.
In that moment, I became acutely aware of all of the blessings in my life and how grateful I am for my life and the people in it.
So many thoughts arose of all of the wondrous parts of my life.
I am grateful for strong and vibrant health.
I am grateful for my beautiful partner, James, who radiates love and compassion from a very deep place and provides a safe and nurturing place for us to grow.
I am grateful for my family and friends who share their lives with me.
I’m grateful for my ability to communicate with people, for being a catalyst for change and to facilitate profound healing.
I am so blessed to be at the forefront of a revolution in health care.
I am grateful for the ability to live in a home that I love, in a place that I love, to have the ability to work at a job that I love, and the ability to facilitate global healing for both people and the planet in such a profound way.
What I am also very grateful for is that so many days in my life are like Christmas Day.
Recovery stories of personal transformation pour in from people who have taken the dynamic neural retraining program.
The feeling of being able to give the gift of health to others fills my heart with the spirit of Christmas.
My heart opens wide and the feeling of overwhelming love and happiness is palpable.
It feels like a warm, soft, loving green energy that slowly moves through me like a soft flowing river of love.
In fact, it is not unusual for tears of joy to be streaming down my face as I read numerous emails of recovery.
And in the Christmas spirit, we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting another dynamic neural retraining system program in Kelowna in late January.
If you suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia or multiple chemical sensitivities and you are ready to transform your life, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will get you started with the registration process.
Go to www.dnrsystem.com for more information about the program. Seating is limited to 20 people and on a first come, first serve basis.
Christmas is just not about gifts that you find under the Christmas tree, but about finding the spirit of Christmas in your every day life.
In this yuletide season, I hope that you take some time out to acknowledge the inner gifts that you both give and receive throughout the year.
Heart felt wishes for a happy holiday season filled with love, joy and happiness!
Annie Hopper is a limbic system neuroplasticity specialist in Kelowna.