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Upbeat Spiritual Living: The Coffee Prayer

January 21, 2018

© 2018 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM.  World Rights Reserved.  www.kebba.com

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Do you greet God/ the Universe/ Spirit in the morning? Have you ever thought of doing that?  As soon as you come to some consciousness when you rise, this will set your whole day in motion.  It will calibrate you with God, with Jesus, with the Living, Loving, Spirit of All Life.  You will feel more “in the groove” if you take a couple of minutes to do this.

I like to step outside, whatever the weather, for a couple of minutes, and greet God and pray a bit. I like to feel the weather and look up at the sky. But perhaps you would like to sit in your prayer chair and read something quietly.  Here is a short prayer I call “The Coffee Prayer”, that you can use and edit as you find most meaningful.  While you sip your morning beverage, you might like to read this prayer over a few times, then start adjusting the words to work best for you.  Ready?  Here it is:

The Coffee Prayer

Good morning, Lord!  I love you so much. I just feel the fullness of your love and grace in every hour. I feel Your hand in everything that happens. At the same time, I know that you have gifted us each with certain smarts and abilities. I know it’s my responsibility to hold up my end–to do my best every day to be the person you want me to be. I lift my coffee mug to you in awe and thanks and praise. In Jesus’ Name I pray: together, LET’S MAKE IT A GREAT DAY. Amen.

Let me know how you liked this idea, and what edits you made for it to feel just right for you.  Now that’s Upbeat Spiritual Living!sm

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Upcoming:  

  • February 10, 2018:  Kebba’s class,  “Peace Within”, at the Franciscan Renewal Center!  Only a few spots left! Register:  http://bit.ly/2m9ZTDP
  • The new full-color version of Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine will be available in time for the class February 10th.  Yes, you can get that and Inspirations for Peace Within at the class!

Note:

  • Kebba’s newest book, Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire has just gone on Amazon!  Be among the first to capture a copy of this full-color book that will bring you peace and uplift you all your days!meditation, Sacred Meditation, stress, Embracing the Divine, Rev. Kebba Buckley Button, Upbeat Spiritual Living

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  • Kebba Buckley Button is an ordained minister whose passion is helping people find their Peace Within. She is also a stress management expert with a natural healing practice.. She is the author of the award-winning book, Discover The Secret Energized You, available on Amazon, plus Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine, available through her office.  Her newest book is Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire.  It is available on Amazon in full-color glossy format.  For the full-color PDF versions, contact the office.
  • For an appointment or to ask Kebba to speak for your group: calendar@kebba.com .
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Upbeat Spiritual Living:  Are You Praying for the New Year You Want?

January 7, 2018

© 2018 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM.  World Rights Reserved.  www.kebba.com

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Happy New Year 2018!  What would you like to be true in this precious New Year 2018?  Are you praying for the New Year you want?   Many people think prayer is asking God/Heaven/Spirit/Jesus/Buddha/Allah/Krishna for something.  Or pleading, if the need is great.  But there are a few forms of prayer, and you can choose.  It’s your prayer.

Consider a prayer in which you celebrate your Good, celebrate all that is busy manifesting in your life.  New Thought churches say, if you don’t like what’s happening in your life, choose a new thought. Many people are affirming their issues, not living in ways such that they are open to their Good.  Thought attracts, but not just psychologically.  Your Good is coming in all the time.  You need to notice and welcome it and say, “Thank You!”  to the Divine.

The Divine is always smarter, knows more, sees more, knows what has been, and knows what is to come.  God knows the desires of your heart!  How could God not know?

Years ago, I worked with a Greek engineer, whose faith was that of the Greek Orthodox Church.  Speaking about prayer one day, he asked me, “but doesn’t any prayer indicate uncertainty?”  I was rocked!  He was saying, since there is nothing hidden from God, and since God loves us, how would we not believe that God was/is taking care of things?

In fact, Romans 8:28 (KJV) offers this:

And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.   

So God is looking out for us.  And who, with what smarts, would you rather have looking out for you?

So, what if you do pray, that is, ask God to direct His particular attention to your finances, or your cancer, or your brother’s marriage-on-the-rocks, or your Mom’s malfunctioning knee?  He already knows about it.  So go ahead, pray, and KNOW that God knows, God loves you, and God is taking care of it, usually in ways beyond our imagining.  Print this, from Mark 11:24, for your bathroom mirror, and ponder it often:

Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

So if you want to have faith in your faith, ponder this astonishing thunderclap advice.  God is for you and is taking care of things.  Believe it to be true.  The answers to your prayers are busy manifesting.  Believe that to be true.  Repeat.  Amen.

Now that’s Upbeat Spiritual Living!sm

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Upcoming:  

  • February 2018: New website!  Easier navigation at www.kebba.com!
  • February 10, 2018:  Kebba’s class at the Franciscan Renewal Center! Only 15 spots left! Register:  http://bit.ly/2m9ZTDP

Note:

  • Kebba’s newest book, Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire has just gone on Amazon!  Be among the first to capture a copy of this full-color book that will bring you peace and uplift you all your days!

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  • Kebba Buckley Button is an ordained minister whose passion is helping people find their Peace Within. She is also a stress management expert with a natural healing practice.. She is the author of the award-winning book, Discover The Secret Energized You, available on Amazon, plus Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine, available through her office.  Her newest book is Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire.  It is available on Amazon in full-color glossy format.  For the full-color PDF versions, contact the office.
  • For an appointment or to ask Kebba to speak for your group: calendar@kebba.com .

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Upbeat Spiritual Living:  Joy of the Season!

December 17, 2017

© 2017 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM.  World Rights Reserved.  www.kebba.com

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Happiest Holidays!  In the US, we are now in the thick of the holiday frenzy.  Traffic is dense, air pollution is up, and TV commercials frantically urge us to buy someone a car for Christmas.  In stores, shelves are part-empty, lines are long, and people are distracted.  Oh, and have you been to the Post Office?  Weigh, pre-pay, and label your packages at home, my friends!

Christmas Eve is only 7 days away, your list is long, and…hey, wait!  The song goes, “Joy to the World”!  So where is your joy?  Are you enjoying the season?  If you feel stressed, go immediately to my holiday stress tips and review them: https://upbeatspiritualliving.wordpress.com/2017/11/26/upbeat-spiritual-living-4-tips-to-beat-holiday-stress/.

At Christmas time, we celebrate the birth of Jesus—the birth of the Messiah—and broadly, the spiritual renewal of all mankind.  Jesus said (John 10:10), “I came that you might have and enjoy life.”  He did NOT say, “I came that you might be stressed out planning my birthday party”.  James said (James 1:2), “Consider it all joy.”  Whatever is going on in life, you can embrace the process and consider the gift of growth.  Take several deep breaths and put your spiritual arms around both the difficulties and the joys.

As you embrace the whole of your life, give thanks for both the delights (mint-chocolate coffee, a roaring fire, reading to little ones) and the challenges.  Whatever you have been through this year or are going through now, it is shaping your character and growing your abilities.  Growth is good. Gratitude is good. holiday stress, stress, Peace Within, Upbeat Spiritual Living, Rev. Kebba Buckley Button, joy, gratitude

Let your gratitude for everything—really!  everything!—flow into and fill your heart.  Now you are in joy.  And as Mother Teresa said, “Joy is a net of love by which you can catch souls”.  Including your own.  So let that smile creep onto your face, and feel the joy.  It’s the Joy of the Season.  Merry Christmas!  And Happiest Holidays!

And that’s Upbeat Spiritual Livingsm!

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Upcoming:  

  • January 2018: New website!  Easier navigation at www.kebba.com!
  • February 2018:  Kebba’s class at the Franciscan Renewal Center! Only 15 spots left!

Note:

  • Kebba’s newest book, Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire is now on Amazon!  Be among the first to capture a copy of this full-color book that will bring you peace and uplift you all your days!meditation, Sacred Meditation, stress, Embracing the Divine, Rev. Kebba Buckley Button, Upbeat Spiritual Living

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  • Kebba Buckley Button is an ordained minister whose passion is helping people find their Peace Within. She is also a stress management expert with a natural healing practice.. She is the author of the award-winning book, Discover The Secret Energized You, available on Amazon, plus Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine, available through her office.  Her newest book is Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire.  It is available on Amazon in full-color glossy format.  For the full-color PDF versions, contact the office.
  • For an appointment or to ask Kebba to speak for your group: calendar@kebba.com .

 

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Upbeat Spiritual Living: 4 Tips to Beat Holiday Stress!

November 26, 2017

© 2017 Kebba Buckley Button.  World Rights Reserved.

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In the USA, “The Holidays” now means the entire season from before Halloween to after Christmas and New Year’s Day.  This season sweeps through Yule, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, HumanLight, and Ramadan, with Boxing Day on December 26th. This year, The Holidays seemed to start before Halloween: I saw my first red- and green-labeled carton of eggnog around October 25.  Then Hanukkah began on Thanksgiving Eve!   We are now in the peak frenzy of The Holidays, with Christmas only 29 days away.

In this country’s popular culture, The Holidays are supposed to be a happy, bustling time when people love to buy gifts, decorate seasonally, have large gatherings, play and sing seasonal music, go to church, and eat and drink copious quantities of rich and sweet foods.  Yet many feel mildly stressed, bluesy, or even totally stressed during this time!  If you are one of those who get stressed, these tips are for you.

First, simplify.  It’s important to realize The Holiday Season now reaches over almost a 3-month period, so you need a strategy other than trying to ignore it.  So write down everything you usually expect from yourself, such as:

o Buy seasonal candy

o Put it in seasonal candy dishes in home and office

o Buy cards and mail

o Buy gifts for 10 relatives and wrap, take or ship

o Attend 4 parties with special appetizers you made

o Attend 2 holiday concerts or dance performances

o Attend 2 on-holiday family dinners

o Take the kids for a carriage ride around Kierland or Central Park

o Take holiday photos

o Post all those activities on FaceBook

oHelp feed the homeless at St. Vincent de Paul or Salvation Army on Christmas Day

o Buy larger pants in New Year’s sales.

Whew!  Did you feel energized, or did you feel tired and worn after reading this list?  Now that you have written it all down, try cutting those expectations and events by half.  Now order the gifts and have them shipped.  Use a card service to get the cards out, or email your good wishes, or skip the cards altogether this year.  Take the photos with your phone or your kid’s phone, and post them and your holiday wishes on Facebook.  Play only music YOU have chosen, rather than letting the TV run, with the constant messages of “Buy! Buy!  Buy!”

Second, take timeouts.  Even if you cut in half your expectations of yourself, there is a lot of busy activity around you, wherever you go.  It’s a very stimulating time of year, and now it’s a quarter of the year.  It’s like the anti-vacation!  So you need microvacations to see you through.

o Take quiet moments in a still area of your home.

o Exhale and drop your shoulders, imagining quiet energy moving from your head down to your toes; picture your cells holding onto that quiet.

o If you enjoy praying or sitting in contemplation, take time for those regularly, giving them your full attention.

o If you like to read fiction, take two hours at a time to get totally involved in a good novel.

o Practice totally letting go of the hustle and bustle around you.  Nurture your Peace Within.

Third, give your body extra support.   Drink extra water between holiday beverages.  Eat salads, fresh fruit, and lean protein.  These will strengthen you between sweet and rich holiday meals.  Add ginger to your chicken soup to counter the effects of sugar.  If you can nap, take naps.  Different lengths of naps work for different people, but research has shown that naps as short as 20 minutes can totally refresh you.  Create time to walk, hike, or work out, to flush the toxins and clear your mind.

Fourth, enjoy what nurtures you.  Are your spiritual values getting towed under during The Holidays?  Whatever there is about The Holidays that fills you, uplifts you, or restores you, keep those pieces.  If spending a day with Grandma makes you feel great, be sure to spend a day with Grandma.  If Skyping with your niece or grandchild leaves you joyful all day, make time to be fully present for that.  If the Messiah Sing-Along thrills you, go!  If walking alone in the labyrinth, or attending Midnight Mass, or journaling, or practicing your guitar, leaves you feeling calm and happy, make those priorities.

Take these tips to heart, and you will beat stress during The Holidays.  Remember, it’s your life, and you are always at choice.  Will you choose to take care of yourself during this season?  You are a precious child of God, and you deserve to enjoy the true gifts of this season.  And that’s Upbeat Spiritual Livingsm!

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Upcoming:  

  • January 2018: A series of articles on Upbeat Living, from our holistic practice.

Note:

  • Kebba’s newest book, Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire has just gone on Amazon!  Be among the first to capture a copy of this full-color book that will bring you peace and uplift you all your days!

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  • Kebba Buckley Button is an ordained minister whose passion is helping people find their Peace Within. She is also a stress management expert with a natural healing practice.. She is the author of the award-winning book, Discover The Secret Energized You, available on Amazon, plus Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine, available through her office.  Her newest book is Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire.  It is available on Amazon in full-color glossy format.  For the full-color PDF versions, contact the office.
  • For an appointment or to ask Kebba to speak for your group: calendar@kebba.com .
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Upbeat Spiritual Living: Thankfulness and Thanksgiving

November 19, 2017

© 2017 Kebba Buckley Button.  World Rights Reserved.  A version of this article appeared in November 2016.

This Thursday will be Thanksgiving Day, and my heart is filled with waves of thankfulness. Generous hearts have woven massive good on this Planet, and from time to time, we can see that goodness coming to clear fruition.  In the US, on Thanksgiving Day, we think of how little our forefathers arrived with, and how grateful we are for our blessings.  Whatever you don’t have or do have in this life, I hope you will celebrate the Good this week.  Sometimes the Good seems so ordinary that we may not notice it.

This weekend, my husband and many other Phoenix Shriners (http://www.shrinersinternational.org/ ) traveled north to Winslow, Arizona, in Navajo County, for that town’s annual parade and festival.  Yes, this is the Winslow that the Eagles sang about, and the corner where they stood now has a statue of a musician with a guitar.  You can have your picture taken with it.  The Shriners, whose mission is helping burned and crippled children in Shrine hospitals (www.ShrinersHospitalsForChildren.org ), at no charge, have a number of units that perform in Arizona parades about 15 times a year.  There are clown teams, a motorcycle unit, a tiny-car unit, a unit with a motorized trolley car, a unit with a massive vintage Cadillac convertible (“The Greeters”), and when the camels are in the mood, a camel unit.  Camels can be cranky.

So, many men wearing burgundy fez hats flood into Winslow annually, just before Thanksgiving.  So do many tribal members from the Navajo and Hopi Nations, doing holiday shopping while in town.  Shriners can be seen fist-bumping and palm-sliding with many of the children.  Moms bring their kids forward to touch the hands of a Shriner. A woman told the Shriners that their surgery and treatments had made it possible for her to teach, to stand in front of a blackboard and write.

Last year, a man ran up and hugged my husband!  The man raised his shirt to show a giant scar up his spine.  He said the Shriners’ hospitals had given him treatments that allowed him to walk and have a normal life.  He seemed to wear the scar with pride, and with wonder at the generosity of these kind men.  The Good Guys were in town.  The guys that transported the kids to be patients.  The guys that transported the families to be with the kids so they would heal faster.  The guys that have schools in their hospitals.  The guys who covered all the costs.  People surrounded them in a surging field of thankfulness and love.

1 Chronicles 16:34 reminds us:

Give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; his love endures forever.

As we think about all that has happened in our lives this year, let’s focus on the Good and the generosity, the blessings, and all the small and large heartwarming moments we’ve had. Sometimes God’s love comes as a man wearing a funny burgundy fez hat.  As we look for the Good, we are grateful, and more and more Good will show up.  Because God’s love is endless.

And that’s Upbeat Spiritual Livingsm.  Happy Thanksgiving!

 

Next time: Removing Stress from Your Holidays

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  • Kebba Buckley Button is an ordained minister whose passion is helping people find their Peace Within. She is also a stress management expert with a natural healing practice.. She is the author of the award-winning book, Discover The Secret Energized You, available on Amazon, plus Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine, available through her office.  Her newest book is Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire.  It is available on Amazon in full-color glossy format.  For the full-color PDF versions, contact the office.
  • For an appointment or to ask Kebba to speak for your group: calendar@kebba.com .
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Upbeat Spiritual Living: Protection Meditation

October 31, 2017

© 2017 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM.  World Rights Reserved.  www.kebba.com

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This concludes our series of articles on meditation, based on excerpts from my upcoming book, Sacred Meditation:  Embracing the Divine.   Today, we offer a type of Protection Meditation.  We hope you have tried some of the methods in this series and both shifted your stress and found the Divine is closer to you.  Meditation is powerful stress management.  It will increase your productivity and magnify your efforts in every good thing you put your mind to.  Bless you in your journey!meditation, Sacred Meditation, stress, Embracing the Divine, Upbeat Spiritual Living, Rev. Kebba Buckley Button

 

PROTECTION MEDITATION

 

This special purpose meditation should be done whenever you realize you are feeling unsafe, due to financial hazard, the loss of a loved one, neighborhood crime, or a stalker.  It is also a good meditation when you feel unsafe due to international conditions of conflict or contagion.  This would also include feeling unsafe for unclear reasons.

 

Begin with contemplation of this portion of Psalm 91 (NIV), or study the entire Psalm, when you have the time:

 

If you say, “The Lord is my refuge,” and you make the Most High your dwelling,
10 no harm will overtake you, no disaster will come near your tent.
11 For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways

 

Follow the Special Meditations steps, and vision how safe you and your family truly are.  Remember to give thanks that all this is true.  And repeat whenever you think of these feelings.  Consider posting a sign on your mirror that says, “He will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways.”

 

If you are beset by a particular enemy, such as an aggressive ex, a nasty neighbor, or an abusive boss, you may wish to begin with a contemplation of this scripture, Psalm 25: 1-3 (NIV):

1To you, O LORD, I lift up my soul;

2 in you I trust, O my God. Do not let me be put to shame, nor let my enemies triumph over me.

3 No one whose hope is in you will ever be put to shame, but they will be put to shame who are treacherous without excuse.

 

Now journal out what you hear and experience while contemplating and meditating on God’s protection. And, as always, give thanks for what you are visioning for.  In this case, it’s your safety.

Now journal out your feelings.  Observe any change in your relationships over the next day and week.  Email us at kebba@kebba.com with any questions you have on meditation.  And that’s Upbeat Spiritual Livingsm!

 

Upcoming:  

  • January 2018: A series of articles on Upbeat Living, from our holistic practice.meditation, Sacred Meditation, stress, Embracing the Divine, Rev. Kebba Buckley Button, Upbeat Spiritual Living

Note:

  • Kebba’s newest book, Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire has just gone on Amazon!  Be among the first to capture a copy of this full-color book that will bring you peace and uplift you all your days!

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  • Kebba Buckley Button is an ordained minister whose passion is helping people find their Peace Within. She is also a stress management expert with a natural healing practice.. She is the author of the award-winning book, Discover The Secret Energized You, available on Amazon, plus Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine, available through her office.  Her newest book is Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire.  It is available on Amazon in full-color glossy format.  For the full-color PDF versions, contact the office.
  • For an appointment or to ask Kebba to speak for your group: calendar@kebba.com .

Upbeat Spiritual Living: Peace Meditation

October 30, 2017

© 2017 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM.  World Rights Reserved.  www.kebba.com

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This is the next-to-last piece in our series on meditation, based on excerpts from my upcoming book, Sacred Meditation:  Embracing the Divine.   Today, we offer a type of Peace Meditation.meditation, Sacred Meditation, stress, Embracing the Divine, Upbeat Spiritual Living, Rev. Kebba Buckley Button

 

SPECIAL PURPOSE MEDITATIONS

 

Special Purpose Meditations may be used to shift the energy of situations and places.  For any special purpose meditation, begin by going to your special quiet practice place.  Write down your vision for your desired results.  Include sights, sounds, tastes, smells, and sensations.  Be as vivid and complete in your vision as possible.

 

Sit comfortably and quiet your breathing.  Be aware of Luke 12:32 (KJV):

 

It is the Father’s good pleasure to give you the Kingdom.

 

Feel your heart slow and relax.  Feel your core pleasantly melting toward the floor.  Know that you are grounded in the Earth’s creative energies.

 

Extend your awareness from your heart, up through your mind, and up toward Heaven.  Feel yourself connect strongly with the Heavenly Source, and feel the Source Energy flowing down through you, comingling with the Earth energy that is rising. Now you are in your most creative space, or state of being.  Now bring your vision of a desired thing into your consciousness.  See the images, hear the sounds, taste the flavors, smell the fragrances, and feel the sensations of your desired reality.  Sit with this multisensory vision for a few minutes.

 

Know that your vision is now true.  Feel your gratitude.  Give thanks to God. Repeat this step whenever you think of the situation you want to be different.

 

PEACE MEDITATION

 

Now consider a Peace Meditation, a meditation directed at bringing peace, to yourself, to people, and to the Planet.   We live in times of much conflict in many areas.  Mass shootings and bombings shatter communities.  Nations disagree with nations, and supranational terror groups are claiming to be nations.  Even in the US, conflicts may seem to dominate at the highest levels of government.  Many yearn for personal, local, and global peace.

 

For your peace meditation, begin with contemplation or prayerful listening, using prayers such as this short prayer for peace, from the Church of England:

Gracious God,
We pray for peace in our communities this day.
We commit to you all who work for peace and an end to tensions,
And those who work to uphold law and justice.
We pray for an end to fear,
For comfort and support to those who suffer.
For calm in our streets and cities,
That people may go about their lives in safety and peace.
In your mercy, hear our prayers,
now and always.  Amen.

Now journal out your feelings.  Observe any change in your relationships over the next day and week.  And that’s Upbeat Spiritual Livingsm!

 

Upcoming:  

  • Special Meditation for Protection

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  • Kebba’s newest book, Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire has just gone on Amazon!  Be among the first to capture a copy of this full-color book that will bring you peace and uplift you all your days!

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  • Kebba Buckley Button is an ordained minister whose passion is helping people find their Peace Within. She is also a stress management expert with a natural healing practice.. She is the author of the award-winning book, Discover The Secret Energized You, available on Amazon, plus Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine, available through her office.  Her newest book is Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire.  It is available on Amazon in full-color glossy format.  For the full-color PDF versions, contact the office.
  • For an appointment or to ask Kebba to speak for your group: calendar@kebba.com .

 

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