Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to get together, share a meal and give gratitude for what has been provided. While we should be giving gratitude each and every day for our blessings, here are a few tips to help make Thanksgiving more gratifying.
Take a moment...
Hosting the meal? Preparing the dinner can be very stressful. A lot of times we get caught up in the whole get it done and on the table. When we prepare food, we are putting our energy into it. Take a moment, smile, give gratitude and allow the energy that you’re putting into the meal be one of love and not that of frustration, stress, irritation, etc.
Sometimes gatherings can involve people and situations that may cause you to feel tense. SMILE (smile more it lifts energy). Smiling helps the body relax. Faking a smile is a start, but you want to try to smile from the heart. Think of something that makes you happy, relaxed – that would cause you to smile. Then, smile.
If you don't have something nice to say…
then exhale it out! It's highly possible that someone will say or do something that will rub you the wrong way. The peacemakers will swallow and bury that energy in their body. NOT a good idea. If you can, go outside. Give gratitude that what you're about to release will be transmuted from "bad" energy (low frequency) to "good" energy (high frequency). Take a deep breath in through your nose and gather up all the anger, irritation, frustration, or what have you and exhale it out through your mouth. Do this 3-5 times. You will feel better.
Thank the turkey.
A lot of people will say a prayer before eating. I know in our family we would also go around the table and say what we’re thankful for. But, have you ever thanked the turkey (or ham or chicken or veggies)??? Everything is made of energy. Give gratitude to the bird, animal or vegetable that gave its life to provide your nourishment. Just take a moment, set the intention and say 'thank you.' *It will change the frequency of your food.
*For those of you who know how to muscle test or dowse. Check the frequency of the food before you give gratitude and then check after you give gratitude. You can test on a scale of 1-10 or 0-100. How much difference do you notice?
Wishing you all a very happy Thanksgiving - Adrienne :)
12/4/2013 04:28:50 am
Trusting oneself can be the hardest thing to do, which is ironic as we hold all the answers-I really do believe that! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and Happy Holidays!
12/6/2013 04:00:52 pm
You're absolutely right Patty! Happy Holidays to you too :)
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Hello! I'm Adrienne Almamour, an empathic intuitive conduit. I assist people by detecting and clearing their subconscious emotional energy blockages. This blog is a commentary and reflection of life from an intuitive standpoint which also incorporates ways that allow us to be from our heart.