Posts Tagged ‘grace’
Shashunda is my guardian angel who has been with me since birth. Our angels are always with us, but won’t interfere unless we ask them.
Shashunda tells me to always remain connected to Mother Earth and all she gifts to us humans. She says so many are in such a hurry these days that they never truly access the gift of true peace, grace and happiness.
She says the angels are communicating with all of us, but most don’t know how to listen to them. Those random thoughts that don’t seem routine thoughts is usually your angel telepathically communicating with you for your betterment. Read the rest of this entry »
Stop and place your hand on your heart and allow the pain to rise to the surface almost as if you are drawing the pain from your body, from your physical space with your hand. Feel the energy in your hand get hotter and hotter, more intense as you draw the pain up, and out.
Imagine a beautiful beam of light coming from your hand, holding one hand over your heart and holding your other hand upward to the heavens. As you pull the pain from your heart, from your body, allow this beautiful light from heaven to move into your other hand. Now imagine this light from heaven coursing through your veins moving into your heart to heal that open wound, that open space that has been created as the pain begins to leave your body. Read the rest of this entry »
We are aware your many forms of communication here on this planet. The one we would like to speak of today is your social media. Just allow yourself to relax. Feeling your body coming down and calming down into this beautiful sacred space of healing today.
Feel your spiritual council come in to surround you, to uplift you with their love, their light, their inspiration. They serve as a bridge, a bridge to the spiritual realm. A bridge to helping you to stay grounded, helping you to remember who you are and why you came here.
It is easy to get caught up in the flurry of activity especially with all of your social media venues. It has given you the opportunity to connect with others that you wouldn’t ordinarily be able to reach in this light that is a good thing. Read the rest of this entry »
God gives us moments in life where we are called to rise up, and be and do certain things we would otherwise not do spontaneously or willingly. Yet, we go and do out of obligation, to avoid negative repercussions, negative feedback from family, or just all around negative domino effects in some way, shape or form.
My fellow intuitive will know what I’m talking about here. It’s that feeling that comes to us to warn us, to tap us on the shoulder to say something like, “Hey, be careful, your going to need to set up a psychic shield. Negative energy is afoot!” It’s that inner knowing. Read the rest of this entry »
What is faith? That’s a really good question! I was raised an atheist and was taught life and all that happened was solely the result of my own efforts – meaning all failure was my fault and all success came from my efforts.
Whew! This is at the heart of American culture. Just do it. No fear.
Even the New Agers believe if it happened to you it is because you were thinking it. The ultimate guilt trip. This means, I can have no bad thoughts or they will manifest like the devil itself… and it will be all my fault.
I know for a fact the New Agers are wrong, because with the amount of pain and tough issues I have had to process so far in my life, I should have been able to blow up the world by now. Read the rest of this entry »
This week your energy is best spent in remembering that you are a small part of a bigger whole. You are but one piece to the puzzle, and as the puzzle is complete it becomes a whole, so you experience yourself as a piece of the puzzle, but also as a complete whole. It is a truly delicious and glorious experience when you no longer feel separate, when you finally feel like you belong!
You have always belonged. You were never really separate. It was your belief in the illusion of the reality that your mind created that brought with it the feeling of separation, of division and competition.
I am you and you are me and together we are one in the same. When I hurt, you hurt. When I heal, you heal. Separation is a Third Dimension concept. Unity is the framework for the Fifth Dimension. Read the rest of this entry »
Courage is a choice. It is available to all of us, not just a select few. Courage begins with the desire to want something different in your life, something more. Courage often comes when we get tired of being beaten down and are ready to rise up and claim the powerful being that you are.
In every moment you have the right, the power, the choice to be courageous, or weak. Sometimes courage is not bold, or loud, or executable. Sometimes courage is quiet, and graceful, and still. Courage is not always the bull in the China shop, but the mouse in the corner watching and waiting. Courage comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes it’s a word, a look, or the way you hold yourself. Sometimes it is the unspoken words, or the action left undone. It is easy to let ego overpower you and run rampant with your words and actions. It takes courage and grace to pause, and take a deep breath, and then proceed with thought and loving intention. Read the rest of this entry »
Growing up as a Roman Catholic, I experienced Lent as a strong discipline to better my life. “What are you giving up for Lent?” The answers from my non-believer friends were “homework” or “obey the parents” or “saving money for rainy days.” Lent is one of those practices demanded of Roman Catholics to which non-Catholic believers may say, “Another great reason to be Protestant!” It never really occurred to my friends that Lent was something interesting, or beneficial, to a better understand our connection with God.
One day, I sat thinking of the many reason and faces of this season, and upon doing some research I discovered that Lent is in fact also recognized by millions of Protestant Christians, in addition to Catholic and Orthodox believers. The Eastern Orthodox Lent is longer than the Catholic or Protestant Lent, and it begins before Ash Wednesday. Read the rest of this entry »