Healing energy science behind Thanks Giving.

In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared a harvest feast, now recognized as one of the first Thanksgiving days in history. For over two centuries, various colonies celebrated Thanksgiving. Then, in 1863, during the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln officially declared a national Thanksgiving day each November.

During Thanksgiving, you likely enjoy a wonderful meal with your wife, children, and loved ones.

All the rituals and festivals in human life were introduced by enlightened people who understood the subtle dynamics of energy, aiming for the betterment of mankind.

Everything in life is contagious, including happiness and a blissful attitude.

This means a life with less depression, anxiety, and more happiness and bliss. However, it doesn’t mean you will be happy 24/7. You’ll become more positive and better equipped to handle negative emotions.

Life involves facing challenges and eroding the cushion of social life, leaving no room for failure. At some point, everyone may experience severe depression, anxiety, and fear, leading to a feeling of helplessness.

In 2017, I fell into severe depression, even though everything seemed fine before that. I battled suicidal thoughts and lost my will to live without understanding the cause of my sorrow.

Reading spiritual texts inspired me to make drastic changes. I began practicing gratitude in my life, which involved being mindful of and thankful for 2-3 things each night before bed. It could be earning some money, talking to loved ones, acquiring a new item, or recognizing our hidden talents. Practicing this method for 21 days can bring a significant positive change.

Happy Thanksgiving! Remember to be thankful and happy, as positivity is contagious.

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