We are days away from the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. Many americans around the world might remember this holiday as it is one of the best holidays to remember family time and give thanks for what has happened so far. But have you asked yourself: What will we have to be grateful for in the year ahead?
This kind of advanced thinking is what the law of attraction invites us to engage in all the time. To be grateful in advance of something occurring creates the kind of energy that can cause it to occur.
The Law of attraction basics: 1. Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting, 2. We are like magnets – like attract like. You become AND attract what you think, 3. People think about what they don’t want and attract more of the same (Say it in positive terms I don’t want more war = I wish for peace), 4. You attract your dominant thoughts, 5. Those who speak most of illness have illness, those who speak most of prosperity have it..etc., 5. Choose your thoughts carefully – you are a masterpiece of your life, 6.It’s OK that thoughts don’t manifest into reality immediately, 7. Everything in your life you have attracted, accept that fact it’s true, 8. Thoughts that bring about good feelings mean you are on the right track. Thoughts that bring about bad feelings means you are not on the right track, 9. Happy feelings will attract more happy circumstances, 10. Your thoughts cause your feelings
So if you live in the U.S. and are planning on gathering with family and friends this Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving, do something different this year: When you go around the table inviting folks to say what they are thankful for, ask them to predict what they will be thankful for in 2014.
Start by using this sentence for all of your wishes: “I’m so happy and grateful now that…. ” Give them a chance to think about it, because they won’t be expecting the question, but don’t let them easily squiggle out of answering. Empower your guests to set their intentions for the next 12 months right there at your table.
Even if you do not live in the U.S. and will not be observing this holiday, this might be a wonderful idea, a wonderful conversation starter, at the next family-and-friends gathering in your home.
My intention for the year ahead is simple: That the message of Fashionscopes will be sent to and shared with more people than ever before, and that my personal life and individual behavior will reflect more than ever before the messages of that extraordinary dialogue. I seek and wish to live it more profoundly every day, to embody what has been given to be shared with others; to share it with others not just in writing, but, more fully, in action.
As we move into end-of-year festivities that are celebrated in many cultures around the world, I send you wishes for a wondrous holiday season!
- The Power of Gratitude (lisamariedesanto.com)