Angel Message Of The Day: Blessings

Angel of Appreciation and Gratitude 


There is much to be thankful for.  When you cultivate gratitude, you open yourself up to a sense of awe and wonder. You begin to notice the small moments of joy, the acts of kindness, and the miracles that unfold in your life. By acknowledging and appreciating these blessings, you deepen your connection to yourself, to others, and the world around you. Gratitude is a transformative force that shifts your perspective and enhances your well-being. It has the power to uplift your mood, reduce stress, and increase your overall sense of happiness and contentment. When you focus on what you are grateful for, you shift your attention away from negativity and scarcity and instead embrace a mindset of abundance and positivity.


Look about you, what or who in your life are you grateful for? When you express gratitude for the people in your life, we honor the impact they have had on you.  You recognize their presence, their support, and their love. Gratitude strengthens your relationships, fosters a sense of belonging, and deepens your connection with others. It reminds you of the interconnectedness of all beings and the importance of nurturing and cherishing the bonds you share. 

In what ways do you appreciate you?  Appreciating yourself begins with recognizing your inherent worthiness. Each of you is a unique and valuable individual, with your own set of talents, qualities, and experiences that contribute to the tapestry of life. By acknowledging and appreciating your worth, you lay the foundation for a healthy and positive self-image.


In what ways do you appreciate that which has been made manifest? When you appreciate that which has been made manifest, you acknowledge the power of creation and the impact of your actions. It is a recognition of the efforts, skills, and dedication that have brought forth something tangible into existence. Whether it is a work of art, a technological innovation, a physical space, or any other form of manifestation, each creation carries a unique story and represents a culmination of human creativity and endeavor.


In what ways do you appreciate all who share your life? When you appreciate all who share your life, you recognize the significance of human connection and the impact that others have on your life. It is a celebration of the diverse individuals who bring their unique perspectives, experiences, and qualities into your world. Each person, whether family, friends, colleagues, or acquaintances, plays a role in shaping your life and contributing to your personal growth. Appreciating all who share your life involves recognizing and valuing the qualities, contributions, and support that they bring. It is about acknowledging their presence, their love, their kindness, and their impact on your well-being. You can appreciate the laughter and joy they bring, the comfort and support they provide during challenging times, and the shared experiences that create lasting memories.

What experience or situation do you wish to transform? To begin the process of transformation, it is important to engage in self-reflection. Take the time to explore the underlying reasons why you wish to transform this particular experience or situation. What aspects of it are causing dissatisfaction or discomfort? What values or desires are not being fulfilled? By gaining clarity on the root causes, you can better understand the changes you need to make. 


Are you willing to see and feel differently?  When you are willing to see differently, you open yourself up to new insights, ideas, and possibilities. You challenge your preconceived notions and seek out alternative viewpoints. You actively engage in self-reflection and introspection, questioning your beliefs and assumptions, and considering different perspectives. By doing so, you broaden your understanding of the world and cultivate a more inclusive and empathetic mindset. Similarly, when you are willing to feel differently, you embrace the transformative power of your emotions. You recognize that your emotional responses are not fixed, but can be influenced and shaped by your thoughts, beliefs, and experiences. You become aware of our emotional patterns and triggers, and you actively work towards cultivating emotional well-being and resilience. You allow yourself to experience a wider range of emotions, embracing both the positive and the challenging, and you learn to respond to them in a more balanced and constructive manner.


Are you willing to begin appreciating all that is in your life now, this moment? To be willing to appreciate all that is in our life now requires a conscious shift in perspective. It involves recognizing that even amidst challenges and difficulties, there are still countless things to be grateful for. It is an acknowledgment that appreciation is not dependent on external circumstances, but rather a choice we make to cultivate a positive and grateful mindset.

We offer this to you and each day for seven days do not complain.  To commit to not complaining for seven days requires a willingness to cultivate self-awareness and mindfulness. It involves recognizing the impact of our words and thoughts on our well-being and the energy we bring into our interactions and environments. It is an acknowledgment that complaining often perpetuates negativity and drains our energy while choosing a more positive mindset can lead to greater joy, resilience, and a more harmonious existence.


Each day for seven days, look about you; be aware of all gifts given to you. To look at you and be aware of all the gifts given to you requires a conscious shift in perspective. It involves recognizing that life is filled with countless gifts, both big and small, that often go unnoticed or taken for granted. It is an acknowledgment that gratitude is not dependent on external circumstances, but rather a choice you make to recognize and cherish the abundance that exists in your life. During these seven days, you can practice mindfulness and appreciation. You can take a few moments each day to reflect on and acknowledge the gifts that have been given to you. These gifts can take many forms – the love and support of your loved ones, the beauty of nature, the opportunities for growth and learning, the simple pleasures that bring us joy, and the experiences that shape you into who you are.


Are you willing to give the gift of your smile to another? Are you willing to give it to you with a smile, or a kind word?  To give the gift of your smile to another requires a conscious choice to be present and attuned to the needs of those you encounter. It involves recognizing that a smile can be a powerful tool to brighten someone’s day, to make them feel seen and valued. It is an acknowledgment that small acts of kindness, such as a smile or a kind word, can have a profound impact on both the giver and the receiver.


Gifts may manifest in the form of a phone call, an unexpected email, a kind word, a cup of coffee, or an opportunity to be of service. By expanding your awareness of these diverse manifestations of gifts, you cultivate a deeper sense of gratitude and appreciation for the richness of life. You begin to notice and cherish the small miracles and blessings that often go unnoticed in the busyness of your life. You develop a heightened sense of awareness, recognizing that every interaction, every moment, holds the potential for a gift to be received or given. To enhance this practice, you can cultivate a mindset of gratitude and mindfulness. You can take moments throughout the day to pause, reflect, and acknowledge the gifts that have manifested in your life. You can express your gratitude to those who have offered these gifts, whether through a heartfelt thank you or a small gesture of appreciation. By actively recognizing and cherishing the gifts in your lives, you deepen your connection to the present moment and cultivate a sense of abundance and joy.  

There is no greater gift than being of service to yourself to others. Being of service to others involves extending kindness, support, and empathy to those around you. It means recognizing the interconnectedness of all beings and embracing our shared humanity. It is an acknowledgment that by offering your time, skills, and resources to uplift others, you contribute to a more compassionate and harmonious world. When you engage in acts of service, you tap into the inherent goodness within you and cultivate a sense of purpose and fulfillment. By serving yourself, you honor your worthiness and create a foundation of self-love and resilience. By serving others, you create meaningful connections, foster a sense of belonging, and make a positive impact in the lives of those you touch.  


Being of service is not servitude. Being of service is an intentional act rooted in compassion, empathy, and a desire to contribute positively to the well-being of others. It is a voluntary choice to extend your time, skills, and resources to support and uplift those around you. Being of service is an expression of your values, passions, and a genuine desire to make a difference in the lives of others. In contrast, servitude implies a lack of choice, agency, and personal boundaries. It can involve being compelled or forced to serve others without considering your well-being or needs. Servitude often arises from power imbalances, exploitation, or unhealthy dynamics where one person is taken advantage of or treated as a subordinate.


Being of Service is giving from your heart.  Giving from the heart means being fully present and attuned to the needs of those we serve. It involves listening deeply, understanding their challenges, and responding with empathy and kindness. It is an act of generosity that goes beyond material possessions, encompassing emotional support, encouragement, and a willingness to lend a helping hand.


Being of service is giving another with a smile, or a kind word.  When you give another person a smile, you offer them a moment of warmth and connection. A smile can convey understanding, acceptance, and a shared sense of humanity. It has the power to uplift spirits, ease burdens, and remind others that they are seen and valued. A smile can transcend language barriers and cultural differences, serving as a universal language of kindness and compassion.


There are countless ways in which blessings are given to you. When you cultivate gratitude and awareness, you begin to see the countless ways in which blessings are bestowed upon you. You realize that every breath you take, every step you walk, and every moment you experience is a gift. You become attuned to the interconnectedness of all things and recognize the beauty and abundance that surrounds you.


Be kind to you. Be loving with you. Being loving with yourself goes beyond kindness; it involves cultivating a deep sense of self-acceptance and unconditional love. It means embracing yourself fully, with all your imperfections and vulnerabilities. Loving yourself means recognizing that you are worthy of love and deserving of compassion, just as we are. It involves nurturing a positive and nurturing inner dialogue, practicing self-compassion, and treating ourselves with the same tenderness and care that we would offer to a dear friend.

Expressing love from within radiates outward, illuminating all before you. To express love from within and radiate it outward, it is important to cultivate self-awareness and practice self-care. you can start by nurturing a loving and compassionate relationship with yourself, engaging in self-care activities that nourish your mind, body, and soul. By practicing mindfulness and self-reflection, you become more attuned to your own needs and emotions, allowing you to respond to yourself and others with love and understanding. Additionally, expressing love from within requires you to extend love and compassion to others. You can do this by actively listening, offering support, and practicing empathy. Small acts of kindness, such as a smile, a kind word, or a helping hand, can have a profound impact on others and contribute to a more loving and illuminated world.


Kindness and mercy shall follow you all your days. The statement suggests that kindness and mercy shall follow you all our days, indicating that these qualities have a lasting impact on your life and the lives of those around you. When we embody kindness and mercy, we attract similar energies and experiences into our lives. You create a positive cycle where acts of kindness and mercy are reciprocated, leading to a more harmonious and fulfilling existence.

Amanda Cooper

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