This week in America we celebrate Thanksgiving. Whatever its origins, it has become a time to spend a day with friends and family gorging yourself on turkey…or tofurkey for us vegetarians out there. With this holiday we are asked to think about all the things we are thankful for and, across some family meals, people go around the table and say out loud what they are thankful for this past year.
In our household, we like to extend Thanksgiving to encompass the entire month of November. Each day, starting on the 1st of November, we ask what we are thankful for. When then write these items down on a piece of paper that acts as a leaf that we then tape to our “thankful tree” on the wall in our dining room.
This task allows us, and any visitors that happen into our house in the month of November, to contemplate what they are grateful for – and express it out loud.
So, I thought I would take my Thankful Tree and bring it to the interwebs today. These are the things that I am thankful for this year.
I am very thankful for my family. This includes both my biological family here on earth and the soul family that exists across time and space. I come from the viewpoint that we actually choose our parents – we get several options before we incarnate and we pick which ones we are going to have here. And, let me just say, I picked a decent set of parents to incarnate with.
But, I am also thankful for my soul family, those in my soul group who incarnate together over thousands of years. Those who have chosen to come here with me during this lifetime and those that are pursuing different tasks and goals.
I am also thankful for my family that has crossed the veil – who no longer resides in this dimension. Those grandparents and great-grandparents that I only communicate with now through thoughts, feelings, and dreams. This also includes those I call my “tribe” – the animals that have chosen to walk this earth with me, my precious kitty cats and a dog who come, time and again, to assist me in my readings, to sort of amp up my spiritual juice and connection to the other side.
I am thankful for all the different family that I have.
I am oh so grateful for the work I do. This work fills my soul like nothing I could have ever imagined. My previous careers, both as a lawyer and working in the non-profit sector do not come anywhere close to the sense of fulfillment and excitement that doing this work brings me.
My clients are a large part of this. I love connecting with you guys and being allowed the privilege to delve into your energy. I feel honored to be allowed to channel your guides and get to know all of their personalities.
I am thankful for the opportunity to do this work.
And no list of things I am grateful for could be complete without including my guides. I have established such a personal connection with them, especially my main guide Ezekiel. They make it possible for me to connect with my clients and do the work I do. They help me navigate this world in ways I never thought were imaginable.
I am thankful for my team on the other side.
What are you thankful for? What would you add on the leaf of our collective Thankful Tree?