For every need on your planet there is a solution. For everyone who has excess there is someone in need. Givers and receivers are matched by God so love can continue to flow unimpeded throughout the universe. So when you are in need of anything, a simple prayer will do... "Dear God, I have a need today for comfort. I have a need for this bill to be paid. I have a desire to meet someone special. I need help arriving to work on time."
I love this time of year and I’m always excited to announce the “Thank You Game,” during Thanksgiving week here in the states. Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving or not, saying “thank you” to the people in your life is not only a wonderful way to bring some unexpected kindness to others, it’s also a way to share the wealth of gratitude and to feel the power of connection.
Finding gratitude is not as easy as going to the grocery store to find what is on your list or finding a coin on the street, but it can be. We find gratitude in moments, such as the moments when we go to the store to find exactly what was needed or the coin on the street. Gratitude is an expression of love for what we have in our life, both material and non-material. When we express love what is received, we become open to receiving more and giving from our heart.
This channel took place the week of Thanksgiving in the US. So, the Goddess began by talking about feeling appreciation for us and our lives. She created a space in the All That Is that was for loving, supporting and nurturing everyone.
In this week of Thanksgiving we give thanks for you! Each one of you reading this has been striving diligently to live a more loving life. Each one of you has a dear and caring heart. And it took each one of you tremendous courage to come to the earth and to remain here during turbulent times.
Gratitude is an attitude that can profoundly change your consciousness. When you live your life in thanksgiving, it can affect your being at a biological level, training your mind and body to live in a higher state of health and wellbeing.
This week we celebrate Thanksgiving – the holiday of gratitude that invites us to connect with and appreciate the abundance in our lives. As I took a shower this morning, I thought about some of the things I feel grateful for – hot water, a window in my bathroom with a beautiful view, a cat that makes me smile every single day, and a husband who cares for me deeply.
In this US we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, a day when we give thanks for everything we have to be grateful for. While some may argue that it has become a highly commercialized, over dramatized front door to the Christmas shopping season, it is still a time for gathering, community, family and friends. Interestingly enough, Mercury goes retrograde on November 24, which is Thanksgiving Day and we have a New Moon Solar eclipse on that date too.
As I made note of above, this is Thanksgiving Week in the United States, where I am writing this, and where Thanksgiving Day is one of the biggest family holidays of the year. But I have an idea about this holiday that is different from most Americans. I think that the holiday should be abolished.
It is your purpose, beloved ones, to live the truth of God I Am, the endless freedom, the magnificent abundance, the glorious and ever-present Love and the deep pulsing awareness of Creation itself within you as the force of Love’s deep expression through your Twin Flame heart. It is your purpose to express these things with all the energy of your true being into the symbols of life on Eart
Gratitude is the state of being open to what is present around you. It's receiving, being fully open — without judgment — to the state of what is around you. Energetically, gratitude is an invitation into the third chakra to take in the totality of the energy of that which surrounds you.
I am not really a sentimental person but I am someone who appreciates the symbolic meaning of the events of our lives, among them our holidays and holy days. Thanksgiving is certainly among our most favorite holidays.
In America, the Thanksgiving holiday is approaching. Each year, it serves as a reminder of how the early pilgrim settlers wanted to celebrate by giving thanks for their very survival in a strange, new land. Today, we face, not a new land, but a new consciousness. Everyone in the world is a pioneer - an early pilgrim – stepping into a New Reality.
This week we celebrate Thanksgiving – the holiday of gratitude that invites us to connect with and appreciate the abundance in our lives. As I took a shower this morning, I thought about some of the things I feel grateful for – hot water, a window in my bathroom with a beautiful view, a cat that makes me smile every single day, and a husband who cares for me with deep and abiding love.