Expressions of Gratitude

From G.Y., Ashland Or.

Yes – we are all in “School of Love”
The mind’s thinking drops to the One Heart
And only One pen and paper –
One hand writing
The One poem.
To burst the heart with joy-filled song,
Sounding in jubilation.
Bowing to the Masters and Saints and Angels calls.
Let this Love fill your cup,
So the wind will carry you across to her shore
Where she always meets you,
Where she has been all along.
Here, in the Heart of Compassion.

From P.F., Ashland, OR

Healing hands reach from the heart,
Open channels for a touch
That the textbook cannot teach.
Healing eyes, glowing face,
Open to give,
Sensitive enough to receive, too full to waste time.
Protecting old fragile feelings,
Too busy living to worry about death.
The healer knows death intimately, without fear
Respecting its kick-ass priority setting, but not bowing to its illusionary power
The healer is humbled only by the Giver of Life.

Her true strength is invisible to the casual passerby.
Her inner beauty is unseen by all who are caught in appearances.
The passerby may never know, he was changed by her healing touch
Save deep in his heart
Which walks away singing its own silent song.
Chris, this poem is about and for you.

From Linda P., Ashland OR

"My life-long prayer of gratitude will include the blessing of meeting you, my beloved teacher. To be in your presence is to experience the total Love of God. It is a “life-changing” experience, to finally realize the Love of God. In the world, love for me has been always waiting for the “other shoe to drop”. There can be no greater trust, than this trust of the Love of God that emanates from you. I feel no fear; I experience only pure Love when I am with you. I am. Eternally grateful."

From J.B., Ashland, OR.

"Beloved Chris, you have truly been God's vessel to bring so much more joy and peace and love into my life than I could have ever thought possible. I thank you for the miracle after miracle that keeps occurring on my journey to remember the truth of who I am, in gratitude and love."

From G.Y., Ashland, OR.

"Upon arriving-here in the Sanctuary of love, I knew “I am home”. The whisper of your soft voice saying song of holy lullabies unraveling this heart into peaceful beingness.
So grateful, so grateful of the Golden grace,
that is eternally flowing through this vessel of love.
Yes-One heart, One breath, One."

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