Thanksgiving Message

I recorded this message of thanks, at Thanksgiving, to everyone who takes the time to read my stuff!

5 Responses to “Thanksgiving Message”

  1. David Martin November 25, 2010 at 9:05 pm // Reply

    Arjuna I’m grateful for you. I don’t think we’ve ever met offline! Although it feels we have as I’m so familiar with your wonderful writing and videos. For a man I’ve never met in the flesh you’ve been a remarkable and very significant influence and inspiration – physically, (health, business, prosperity etc) mentally, emotionally, in relationship and spiritually. And I’m still glad to be amazed that it’s night time and snowy where you are with your beautiful wife and kids, while it’s daytime and hot hot hot where I am with mine. All love and gratitude to you. I’m off for a surf. David x


  2. Genét Simone November 26, 2010 at 1:35 pm // Reply

    Arjuna, I appreciate your Thanksgiving video, and hearing what you are grateful for. I, too, am grateful for many things, and they are, on one hand, fairly mundane — doing dishes, taking the dog for his daily walk, grading student papers, watching the birds picking at the seeds I placed in the backyard … yet those moments are also so profound, because the appreciation I feel springs from the very core of my being, and with no effort.

    I do sincerely appreciate your teachings; your capacity to walk people through inner transformation is amazing, and I have moved along my evolutionary path in a more tangible way with you than I have with ten years of training in meditation. I am planning to enter into the Awakening Coach training in the spring. As a teacher educator, that training will be very helpful!

    One thought, however: while those of us who are employed can be thankful for our bounty, I am constantly wondering how we can bring awareness/awakening to people who are really suffering in these times all over the world. Do you have ideas about taking your processes of awakening into prisons or homeless shelters or to other countries that are reeling from disasters? Or is it not possible to bring people through awakening when they are having to focus on merely surviving from one meal to the next? (Abraham Maslow’s Hieracrchy of Needs crops its head up here.) I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts. And thank you.


  3. joyfulsunrise November 26, 2010 at 6:12 pm // Reply

    Thank you for sharing your gratefulness. I have much to give thanks for, as well. You have been an awakening spirit, your messages, insights, teleseminars and books. It is non stop for you, and we are the fortunate recipients.Sending love to you and your family. For your sons, much luck. I posted your son’s photographs so long ago on FB. It is great to hear he is pursuing and contributing his creativity at this time on the planet. Namaste~


  4. sarah November 30, 2010 at 3:30 pm // Reply

    Having recently started to read your books over the last few weeks – and been totally inspired by them – loved your Thanksgiving thanks – & this comes from somebody from the UK, who wouldn’t recognise Thanksgiving if it punched her in the eye!

    I love the way you express yourself; I love the inspiration & excitement you’re giving me; I love ejoying the moment – oh, blow, that one’s just gone; and I love the freedom I’m feeling from a lifetime of inherent shackles.

    Thank you for thanking everybody. If only those meeting at Cancun this week about Climate Change could feel the same way. My message to them?

    ‘We are the guardians of evolution. Don’t let us be responsible for its conclusion.’

    Back to p.202 of The Translucent Revolution.

    All love to you & the family,



  5. Celeste Walker December 1, 2010 at 7:44 am // Reply

    Arjuna! Thank you for this video! It is a delight to be able to see you as you share your heartful and inspirational message. Yes, it is this joy and love, birthing into existance and spreading like wild fire right in the middle of this messy, painful, and confused world that is the healing….a heart broken open into the overflowing love that is. Blessings to you and your family, Arjuna, and thank you for sharing with us!


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