I was sipping on my cacao this morning and glanced over at my ancestor altar, immediately I felt an overwhelming feeling of gratitude embrace me.
Still in the energy of Samhain & All Saints Day (in the Phillippines this cultural celebration is known as Undas.) I’m feeling especially close to my loved ones on the other side.
Did you honor your ancestors this past weekend?
It’s not too late to do so.
In fact, you don’t need a certain time of year or day to connect with them.
I’ll go over more about this in my upcoming membership, but for now, just know that if you quiet your mind and set the intention to connect, you will.
It is the easiest & best way to connect with your loved ones.
I’ve said this before, and I’m probably sounding like a broken record, but I wholeheartedly believe that in order to really embody and step into your purpose, you have to have some understanding of your lineage and ancestral line.
Of course, I don’t want to tell you what to do.
Nor should you do something just because I’ve said it.
“Don’t should on yourself,” is a friendly reminder from my mentor!
Instead, I offer this as something for you to muse on this Monday.
And I invite you to feel into it, quiet your mind and see if you can hear the wisdom that is being offered to you.
During the month of November, I am reflecting daily on the things I am grateful for.
Today I am grateful for my ancestors.
If you would like a daily fun activity/exercise to reflect on what you are grateful for this month, download my Sunburst Gratitude Sheet.
Fill in the rays and also use it as a crystal grid.
Let’s acknowledge all the awesome things in our lives while also calling in more abundance!
What are you grateful for?