Thursday November 22nd, on the Full Moon in Gemini, it’s Thanksgiving Day. It used to be a day of prayers of thanks and special thanksgiving ceremonies after harvests and other times. Now it has become a (holi)day to consciously be thankful – have gratitude – for everything and everyone around you.
You know that it’s good to be grateful for what you have, but I believe we underestimate the importance of practicing gratitude on a daily basis, towards the “good” (the more obvious that make us happy) and the “bad” (the challenging things that we need to consciously find its virtues). The law of gratitude is powerful beyond belief. By practicing it you vibrationally align and raise yourself to a higher energetic frequency that attract more of the good stuff 🙂
Have the “Attitude of Gratitude” & activate the “Law of Gratitude”.
3 simple exercises to practice:
1) Start and end your days in gratitude. For years I’ve been starting my day by saying “Thank you for this day, today is the best day of my life”, and I put the biggest smile on my face. At night I say my thanks as well. It’s truly a way for you to keep your soul shining.
2) Do a “Rampage of Appreciation” journaling session (tool from Abraham-Hicks). Upon waking up (or later when you have time) you can write 3 to 5 pages of all the things you are grateful for, everything you appreciate the most. It can be anything; things, people, situations, etc.
3) Give the gift of gratitude and send someone a message or letter of appreciation. We don’t say it enough to the people we love the most!
Are you going to try one of these? I hope you do!
“The attitude of gratitude is the highest way of living, and is the biggest truth, the highest truth. You cannot live with applied consciousness until you understand that you have to be grateful for what you have. If you are grateful for what you have, then Mother Nature will give you more.” – Yogi Bhajan
And to you my dear: I want to thank you for being with me here every single week. I appreciate it more than you can imagine. You’re part of why I’m able to live my best self, and I hope to continue giving back more and more to you every moment I can.