''The elf-queene, with hir joly compaignie, Daunced ful ofte in many a grene mede.” Geoffrey Chaucer "The Wife of Bath’s Tale"

ENERGY OF GRATITUDE

Chris Griscom
  Chris Griscom Thanksgiving Message



Dear Soul Friends, 
Here in the U.S., we are celebrating a time of "Thanksgiving" that harkens back to the survival of the first pilgrims who came through hard times in a new land in which they were not yet in harmony with nature.  They survived mostly with the guidance and help of the Native Americans who taught them what to grow and gave them food.  Today, as then, we celebrate the abundance of food and the harvest of nature we have collected to sustain us.
In truth, this celebration calls upon us to give thanks to those friends who have steadfastly guided us through our limitations and taught us how to survive on all levels of our existence.  "Giving Thanks" is a wonderful opportunity to contemplate the gifts of friendship we perennially receive every day and to deeply honor all those--friend and foe--who play an important part in our evolution towards enlightened humans.
The best way to truly give thanks is to extend our conscious awareness to all the others who help us in one way or another in our lives and to extend to them an energy of gratitude by holding them in our hearts.
I do this by bringing them into my mind's eye and then asking what frequency of light (color) they need from me to experience my thankfulness and love for them.  Whatever color comes into my consciousness--from them--I then imagine it coming down from the cosmos as a beam of light entering through the top of my head and radiating out through my stomach or Solar Plexus to them.  I allow the flow to continue until I perceive a change such as a smile or expansion.  This is how I know that they have received my gift--back to them.  This act of giving thanks always brings me a sense of peace and connection, and I know you will feel the same.
I send to all of you my Great Love and Gratitude that we can share and protect our beautiful planet together.

Chris Griscom

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