I’m the luckiest person in the world. I’m meditating on top of Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park, 7,200 feet above my beautiful world below.
There is nothing going on but the here and now. There is the faint sound of rushing falls spewing about 16,000 bathtubs of water a minute.
Driving to the top of the point in a car, I invoked my angels for protection and the driver with my ho’oponopono chant, I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you, and I love you because I felt her anxiety and her fear of heights.
It must have worked because she’s now smiling as she sits on a large stone overlooking half-dome mountain at the peak of the point.
“Whatever works” is my mantra. In times of utter fear that grips me or those around me, I anchor myself as I send out loving, positive vibes.
Until tomorrow from the top of my world, I send you my wishes for a prosperous and abundant day!