Let us explain gratitude to you. It is the remedy to loneliness, the antidote to imbalance. Why? When you bring to mind that for which you are grateful, no matter what it is, the body secretes chemicals that cause you to feel a certain way that you know as pleasurable. You recognize this pleasurable state instantly for it is one of the innate aspects of the soul. Your true nature—the essential part of you that you carry with you whether you are in a body or not—knows this feeling. You label it “gratefulness.” We know it as a vibration of the highest order. Seek gratefulness when you are out of balance, and you will instantly transport yourself to your Home state.
You are so very loved.
For some reason, gratitude is very easy for me: First thing every morning, I tell myself all the things I am grateful for….. my health, my friends, having a roof over my head, having food on the table, my beloved animals, the weather, rain or shine…. there is so much to be grateful for….. and yes, it makes you feel good.
I want to feel good every morning feeling gratitude for everything in my life
I am well aware that gratitude is the best and I do practice gratitude but when I am down, it is difficult to remember gratitude. Today’s message is a great reminder.
I have been trying to be more grateful, and this is a wonderful reminder. I am a widow, and I miss my husband so much. But I also know I am very fortunate in my circumstances, despite my loneliness. So, thank you Creator God!
Thank you always for these words of wisdom. I look forward to each message.
I lost my husband, 3/25/2022 & I am so grateful to have found you, Suzanne Giesemann & to read or hear the beautiful words from your guide. I watch you on YouTube & I feel that maybe my husband guided me to you when I found you.?. Thank you for helping me as I go on my new journey. Just feel so lonely now.
Whilst I agree on one level, I feel that to be Grateful, especially when a life-changing loss has occurred, such is too simplistic. The concept can also be more about the other person not wanting to share the pain of the one who is in DEEP PAIN by directing them to the concept of Gratitude. When I look at the things to be grateful for, such is tinged with regret and hurt in the knowledge that such will never be a part of my life again. Gratitude should be the individual’s aspiration and not something that ONE SHOULD PRACTICE as some modern day prescription which will solve loneliness and allied problems. Loneliness is not necessarily of the mind; it is a deep part of loss of one’s self. When my partner died by suicide, literally a Part of the Inner me was taken. Healing takes time and not a one-word Healing experience.