Appreciation, Appreciation, Appreciation…..

Appreciation: I can feel the power this word emanates… and I can feel appreciation oozing from my body because there is so much to appreciate.

I can deeply appreciate that my inner knowing was aware all along, as we all are, how the ‘return path’ to my soul was going to unfold…

I also deeply appreciate how amazingly simple my life has become, and in that I have learned that through simplicity, my Soul communicates.

I genuinely appreciate I could not write or claim this 4 years ago.

I totally appreciate the understanding I have of myself, my life and my choices – with no judgement, criticism or self-bashing, but rather from a place that I have evolved to (self-love) through the lifestyle changes I have made.

This understanding unfolded from a very basic, yet very important teaching that found its way to my path of seeking and searching… something I had always known, but had lost in the same way you lose a treasured book and find it again. This understanding, this Ageless Wisdom, found me through the presentations of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, which changed everything in my life.

I got to relearn and understand that there are two types of energy that we can align to – prana or fire – in other words, spirit or Soul. Once you have aligned to whichever one, all your choices thereafter come as a result of aligning to that quality of energy. I created my life from the energy I aligned to. In other words, this was the energy I allowed to run my body.

I have come to accept that once I aligned to spirit, the course and direction of my life was already set – a life of separation from my body and from my Soul – which kept me totally irresponsible, unawake and completely unaware… in one word: anti-evolving.

Yes, I deeply appreciate this teaching that has transformed my life.

Jacqueline McFadden
Jacqueline McFadden – “I deeply appreciate this teaching that has transformed my life.”

I can appreciate the fact that, for as long as I can remember, I have been looking for this wisdom, knowing deep within me there was another way to live, another way to be that would initiate my path of return.

I surrendered to the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom on first meeting and from that moment I have been clearing, dusting, removing and getting rid of all my old behaviours and patterns that belonged to the way of aligning to spirit – especially the dishonesty, the self-rejection, the lack of nourishment, and the deep, debilitating anxiety I carried that goes hand in hand with the alignment to this energy.

Yes, I can fully appreciate my commitment to healing my old ways, and then feeling how much I resisted delaying the truth: I rejected my body, I rejected being a Son of God….

I can feel how much my body appreciates and adores my absolute honesty.

And how from this honesty blossomed ‘nurturing and true nourishment.’ The more I nourished from honesty (instead of contraction), the more certain foods dropped away, and my body shape changed to express more of my true beauty and my true essence.

This loving nourishment flows into to all areas of my life. Thus I have observed and acknowledged how much support there is for me (and for us all), but the difference is I now allow the support in, knowing I am responsible, worthy and deserving to receive it.

I have observed and deeply appreciate the importance and attention I now place on family and relationships and how the notion of family has expanded to include those that are not blood family… eg, friends and colleagues who I work with every day are part of my extended family, which provides so much reflection and so much support.

Yes, I can deeply appreciate how far I have come, and where I am going, and say YES to all that my Soul lays before me.

I appreciate that my reflection of my livingness offers and invites a truer way to live.

I can feel appreciation oozing from my body – in committing to life, committing to service, committing to the ‘return path of my Soul’ and committing to representing Heaven here on earth: as the angel I was born emerges, there is so much to appreciate.

With the new found awareness of my true essence, I can deeply appreciate the hand that connects us all, the hand that created us in the image of God, the hand that created us all equal in love and that the hand that is offered to me by you, my friend, or by a stranger, is also the hand of God…

With gratitude and deep appreciation to Serge Benhayon for making available and presenting the Ageless Wisdom through The Way of The Livingness.

By Jacqueline McFadden, Teacher, Esoteric Healing Practitioner, The Netherlands

Related Reading:
What is the Science of Appreciation and how does it Evolve all of our Relationships?
Appreciation – A Pathway to Love
Trust and Appreciation

1,822 thoughts on “Appreciation, Appreciation, Appreciation…..

  1. Appreciation has been an extra-ordinary opportunity for me. It turned around the negative self battering, into quiet moments of reflection and appreciation. I have then been able to appreciate so much more about the wonderful and I really mean wonderful people and opportunities in my life. Not all of them on the surface ‘look’ great, but I learn from each and every one of them and for that I am deeply appreciative.

  2. When I am in appreciation, I feel the spaciousness of my body and it feels like what I am appreciating is nothing personal to me, it feels beautiful yet stilling. I agree – there’s so much to appreciate.

  3. It’s come down to a call for moment to moment appreciation, confirming that what is before me and what is ahead is for All. That self plays no part in the true purpose of why we are here, yet if I drop the appreciation of who I am as I am the self takes over. This isn’t a riddle it is my understanding of what the Ageless Wisdom means. We are called to live and appreciate the absolute fullness of ourselves as we are from our essence and shine this out equally for All in all our movements. If I doubt any part of this the then self takes over with thought and my connection to true purpose is temporally dis-connected. This feels very heavy to walk with, so the moment to moment appreciation supports the continued connection.

  4. Appreciating oneself and others is a little like putting the best fertiliser on your favourite rose bush – what was already totally beautiful can only expand and share more.

  5. With what goes on around us appreciation is not only an action worth doing but one worth doing regularly and consistently. For me there is a ‘that’ll be enough switch’ where you take things to a point and then rest. Appreciation should be held everyday and I don’t mean just saying the word to yourself in your head. Life is a physical action and appreciation needs the same activity. I work with it daily but this wasn’t always my choice but now it’s one to ‘appreciate’ because of how it supports me. It maybe appreciating the little things, the details that you may never have seen but are always there. Life tends to take us away into the big lights and appreciation supports me to stand back and up and not just be blinded by what is in front of me, a daily ritual well worth the action.

  6. I so loved this Jacqueline, a blog that bathes all who read it in appreciation. A powerful tool in life we should all study.

  7. To nourish from feeling and appreciating us is so very different and it allows us to feel and see we are whole, we have it within us and then it’s about how we express it with ourselves and our bodies. This is huge and something that is offered by the teachings of Universal Medicine, you already are it, there is nothing to seek, it’s just about living and expressing who you are and letting go all those things which are not you and allowing yourself to deeply nourish.

  8. This one word has the power to change our every movement if we choose to live and feel all that it offers. It’s one word that I am only just starting to feel the power of, and just starting to embrace the love that it offers. It is not just a word but a vibration that can be lived in all we do. My love for humanity grows more and more as this word is lived and embraced in my everyday.

  9. I love it when I feel a deep appreciation welling up inside me for someone. It feels so complete and enriching. And the same goes for self-appreciation. It fills the space – which otherwise would be colonised by self-doubt – beautifully.

  10. Appreciation is a vibration that we can choose to align to, so it makes perfect sense that if our movements hold this quality consistently then our choices will be naturally supportive and confirming of who we truly are.

  11. Our level of appreciation can always be deepened so beautifully – appreciation of the stars, the cycles, the rhythm of our days, the fullness of the moon, the evolutionary nature of our friendships, the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom presented by the world teacher, the giggle of a toddler, our ability to remain steady and observing in any situation, the discernment to know what is ‘circulation’ (harmful) speech – all this and a millionfold more is there as the most precious gift of Life.

  12. True appreciation opens us up to the wonders of the Universe and the ‘more’ that is in us just waiting to be lived – this I can clearly feel in the gorgeous quality of your writing Jacqueline. The spirit also has its own version of ‘appreciation’ which it uses to bask in so as not to expose itself and the creator of its own misery, living in separation to Soul. This is how many of us get caught up in the fervor of spirituality at great expense to the true gold (the wisdom of our Soul/God/the Universe) that lays beneath it just waiting to be tapped into.

  13. So important to appreciate but then also not cruise – my block on evolving – on what I have accomplished or what I appreciate. Always ask: what is next? Otherwise appreciation is anti-evolving.

  14. Jaqueline, your blog beautifully amplifies the enormity of what we can appreciate daily. There is so much on offer and so much we say yes to. All is worthy of deep appreciation.

  15. As a whole humanity we do not appreciate nearly enough the magic that blesses our everyday that founds the wisdom of our tomorrow.

  16. Appreciation accelerates evolution. Perhaps this gives us a clue as to why we are so doggedly caught up in self-loathing, for true evolution is about returning to the love that we are (our Soul) – our true self that we as human spirits made the choice to withdraw from long ago.

  17. A beautiful appreciation Jacqueline of how far you have come to embrace self-love and align to the quality of energy that has enabled you to initiate true and lasting change with your lifestyle choices.

  18. A beautiful invitation to appreciate all there is and let go of the criticising and the need of betterment. To see life as it is in all its aspects.

  19. Just the word appreciation makes joy flow through my body. I love appreciation, it’s the joyful love juice that nourishes our very being.

  20. What I also find interesting is that without both appreciating our spirit and soul we can’t begin to understand why we have certain patterns, beliefs and ideals about our choices past and present and how appreciating both sides of the human way can strengthen our reconnection to the loving way of the soul’s true heartbeat.

  21. True appreciation for me comes either in great appreciation for any human being showing consideration towards another, or often with looking back and seeing how universal law has worked through and in the unfoldment of events – this for me is truly heart-melting appreciation.

  22. Appreciation is a science I am just discovering: we can have true peeks in our lives, and we all do, but the clue is to fill the gaps in between with a movement of appreciation.

    1. Yes Willem, there is always a moment, in fact thousands of moments to stop and appreciate what is there to be appreciated…. consistency of appreciating is what builds more love in our bodies.

  23. Appreciation is absolutely essential if we are ever going to break the cycles that keep us trapped in thoughts of ‘not being enough’. To claim back the loveliness we already are appreciation is the essential support.

  24. Appreciation is the new black. It is forever classic and in style, it is what deepens the love we are in feeling and embodiment, it is the coolest practice well worthy to commit to. The effects and results are only felt when it is lived.

    1. Appreciation is expansive. Every time I fully embrace appreciation I feel this expansiveness and feel deeply loving. I agree Adele, appreciation is pretty cool and so, so worth committing to everyday.

  25. If we think we haven’t aligned to either prana or fire, love is not love, then we are fooling ourselves. In not making a choice we are making a choice to align to prana – that which is not love.

  26. Yes, there is so much to appreciate and the presentation by Serge Benhayon about spirit and Soul is right up there as a most liberating and empowering teaching that makes sense of the whole mess we see in the world and in ourselves at times!

  27. So often we can go through lives not really knowing the value of who we are and what we have to offer, we settle for function instead of looking to bring out all that is within and live with a vibrancy and joy for life.

  28. Appreciation is so supportive for us all. The more we appreciate the more we can see and feel the joy and love within us and all around us.

  29. True appreciation keep that inner realm open to the beauties of the universe and to the fact that every heart no matter what form from the same place. Making the space for this to happen assists greatly defeating the hold the astral plane.

  30. I massively appreciate and love life, but appreciation of who I am is probably one my biggest downfalls, so I really enjoyed reading your blog. It’s so easy to be self critical, instead of celebrate who we are and how far we’ve come, and I’m sure that appreciation is the key for confirming where you are so that you have the foundation from which to step forward from.

  31. Its a great way to approach life, from a point that the glass is nearly full, not almost empty. A chef that I work with during a busy shift sometimes just says this word out loud three times, appreciation, appreciation, appreciation! It always makes me stop and smile, I find it a very sweet word. I have always been hard on myself, since I was a kid, its sad that so many of us were taught and accepted this way of being as normal. Slowly I am undoing these beliefs and seeing how amazing I actually am, it can be a long path of return from self critic to self love but one I would never have embarked on had I not been so inspired by Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon.

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