- Be most thankful for your inner wisdom and innate healing powers over your mind, body and spirit
- There have been systems deliberately put into place and set up to cause you stress and imbalance in your life
- The financial system has been set up to keep you in a state of lack
- The education system has been set up to indoctrinate you into the other systems
- The religious systems of the world tell you what to think about others
- You must first identify the root causes of all your stress, imbalance and illness
It’s Thanksgiving time again and there are many things to be thankful for. Families are gathered together for a repeat of last year and the years before. Instead of the normal, “I’m thankful for my friends and family, my job, and this food,” you should be most thankful for your inner wisdom and innate healing powers over your mind, body and spirit.
In looking at your life, you should realize that there is a wholeness, health and balance in you that is your natural state. You should also realize that there have been systems deliberately put into place and set up to cause you stress and imbalance in your life. The medical system has been set up to make you dependent on it and instill in you a fear of illness.
The financial system has been set up to keep you in a state of lack; making you feel that you need more and more of everything in order to be happy in your life. It’s designed to make you feel you are lacking something unless you keep spending. You will be happy when you get more of everything.
The education system has been set up to indoctrinate you into the other systems. It teaches you what to think about your life, what you should believe and what not to believe. This education process prepares you for entering the other systems.
The religious systems of the world tell you what to think about others and yourself. They cause you to self-judge, form opinions about other religions and make you feel weak, inadequate, unworthy and unable to get through life without religion.
What we can tell you about taking control over these systems is that you must first identify the root causes of all your stress, imbalance and illness. Then you use your inner wisdom to re-balance each area one-by-one. Therefore, this Thanksgiving, you should be thankful that you have these gifts and have always had them. Now you must learn to utilize them more and be patient.
QUESTION: Are people beginning to realize what’s really important?
ANSWER: Some are, but others are still stuck in thinking that what they should be thankful for is their new car, or their new house, or their habits of spending money on things they don’t need. These things are not your life; they are all distractions from your life – your real existence and purpose. So, in essence, you are being thankful for the things that distract you from your life, not for what you are becoming because of it.
QUESTION: Many people have been suffering and in need of healing for many years. What do you have to say to these people to help them through these times?
ANSWER: It’s not just the people who have been suffering over the last few years that need healing. It’s also the people who have done well. There’s a reason many have done well and it’s not service to others. It’s been service to self. These people need healing even more so than those who are struggling with finances, or health, or family, or career. So, when we said you must look inside to find all your causes of imbalance, suffering, and stress we meant that everyone needs healing as everyone has these stresses and imbalances in their lives no matter what their status.
QUESTION: What did you mean when you referred to being “patient?”
ANSWER: When we said to use inner wisdom to re-balance your body, mind and spirit and be patient about it, we meant that too many people expect results too quickly and see themselves as failures if they don’t get the result they wanted in the time frame they wanted. By doing this, you only escalate the stress in your life, causing more negative energy to be sent into the Universe and more coming back at you. Let go of the outcome and keep moving toward the goal each day while realizing that you may need another day.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That you have been programmed from a young age by the educational system and society to think and act a certain way.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because now when people are reflecting on what they should be thankful for, they often miss the important things and focus on the superfluous things.
QUESTION: How should readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Be thankful for the fact that you have the ability and inner wisdom to actually produce the important things in your life.
COMMENTARY: Do you even remember the things you were thankful for last Thanksgiving? You probably don’t. But, if you do, it’s not because they were special. It’s because they were ordinary and most likely, the same things you are thankful for every year. Most likely the same things all the others at the table said they were thankful for while trying to impress people they may see once or twice a year. To cause some interesting after-dinner conversation this year, when your turn comes to say what you are thankful for, say something like, “I’m thankful I didn’t win a Nobel Prize this year!”… or … “I.m thankful that I didn’t self-actualize this year.” … or if you want to really throw them a curve, say, “I’m glad I wasn’t able to break my old belief systems and habits that have kept me from finding my purpose here in this life!” What is it that you should really be thankful for? Put some thought into it this year before you get to grandma’s house and show your inner wisdom.