Today in My Shoes . . . A Good Morning Cry

I wake up early every morning. When the rest of my house is still quiet and sleeping. The Sun still in its final stages of slumber.
Sometimes I work. Sometimes I read. Sometimes I cry.
It’s not what you think. These are tears of joy. Tears of deep gratitude and appreciation. They cleanse me. Refresh and renew me. They remind me of the sacredness of life, and already my day is brighter. They coat my keyboard right now as I type.


But what are the origins of these magical moments? The source varies. Perhaps a quote or an idea in the book I am reading. The lyrics to a song, or the sound of the music. Often times it is imagery. Still pictures. Videos. Sometimes even a combination of everything.
It doesn’t happen all the time, but when it does it is a beautiful thing.

For many years I didn’t let my tears flow. For whatever reason, they stayed away. That all changed. The seizures broke me open in incredible ways. This has been one of the secret gifts of the experience. It opened me to a whole new state of being. I have shed more tears in the last 6 months than I have in the last 6 years.

Every time a tear falls, it reminds me of the beauty of life. That’s how it works for me, and its a magical thing.

This morning I found my way to some beautiful tears. I’d like to share the source with you. The content of this video is moving, and emotional, even if it is a commercial! The exercise they show is incredibly powerful. I have done it, and I have lead others through it. If you have never tried it, you really should. Be prepared. Is is more powerful than you realize.
In the meantime, get ready to have yourself a good morning cry.

Adam Meyer

About the Author

Adam Meyer

Adam is an author, transformational speaker, and stress management coach. His powerful yet approachable and easy-to-understand wisdom have the potential to make a powerful shift in your life. Combining ancient wisdom and modern science, he helps his clients achieve their personal and professional goals, free from stress and worry.
My journey has taught me some powerful, profound, and incredible things.
Walk with me, and I’ll teach them to you too.

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