Thanksgiving here in America is coming in just a couple of days. In my family we like to go around the table during the meal and tell everyone what we’re most thankful for. It’s a great time to plug in to your blessings and what you’re grateful for in your life. Of course, you can do this at any time, but it’s nice to hear what everyone has to say, and to see what others find important in their lives.
Expressing gratitude is one of the highest vibrational energies you can create. When you tune in to your blessings you can almost feel a tingling energy inside your body. Try it now and see. Think of something you’re truly grateful for and express that gratitude in your mind or out loud. I’m not talking about, “Well I really hate my neighbor but at least she’s out of town this week.” No, no. Think of something you are truly grateful for. “I am so thankful that I have friends who care about me.” Really plug in to the feeling. Imagine seeing a ripple of energy spreading out in waves from your body and going out into the world. Your thought of gratitude is like a pebble in a pond, sending ripples of positive, loving energy out into the world. It has an effect even if you can’t see it right away.
When I do intuitive readings, I meditate and end up in my White Room, where Bob, my conduit guide, awaits me. One of the first things I do before I tune in to my sitter’s guides is thank all of my guides and my higher self for being present with me and helping me connect to do readings. I sometimes even imagine handing them all roses. The first time I did this it was very spontaneous, but I was so surprised to discover how it made ME feel to simply give thanks and show my gratitude. I am certainly not alone when I do readings so why not thank the guides for helping me, right? When I saw how much it raised my energy I started expressing my gratitude towards them each and every time I get to my White Room. This higher vibration helped me connect better to my sitter’s guides so it was a win for everyone!
When was the last time you told someone in your life how grateful you were to have their love and support? Would it make you uncomfortable to express that? If so, try doing it just in your own mind. The ripple will still go out and impact them on an unconscious level. Imagine what would happen if everyone expressed gratitude and love instead of annoyance and anger. I think that sort of ripple effect could change the world.
This Thanksgiving I am eager to express my gratitude, love, and thanks for all that I have, for all that I am, for all that I can give, and for everything I receive from others. What are you thankful for this season? Take a minute and really think about it. Share it in the forum if you’d like, write it down, give someone a call, or just send out a thought ripple.
Thank you for reading. I am grateful for the opportunity to share my thoughts with you.