The angels do their best to get our attention and to communicate with us. In this way, they help us heal our own lives. However, we often discount the signs they give us, writing them off as mere coincidences or our imagination. The angels say: "We can't write our messages to you in the sky.
You have guardian angels with you right now — continuously — guaranteed! Your angels guide you through your thoughts, feelings, words, and visions. They also show you signs—that is, things that you see repeatedly with your physical eyes. One of their favorite signs relates to number sequences.
Are you like me: super-sensitive to the energy of the people you meet? Do you find that your energy levels and moods are affected by your interactions with others? Does it seem like you're more sensitive today than you were in the past?
Should I move? Quit my job? Leave my relationship? These are questions I’m frequently asked on my radio show and at my workshops. And no wonder, as we’re all in a time of great global and personal change. The angels say that the key to enjoying these changes is to stay flexible and keep your sense of humor. It’s also helpful to know that you’re not alone and many people are having similar experiences.
Lightworkers are those who volunteered, before birth, to help the planet and its population heal from the effects of fear. Each lightworker is here for a sacred purpose. Very often, however, life on earth with its material focus creates a form of amnesia in lightworkers.
"We aren't that difficult to hear, if you will listen for us with an open heart. Most of the time, we are closer to you than you can imagine. A whisper, a thought, is the only signal we need from you to get a conversation started. We have enormous respect for what you're going through here on planet Earth at this time. We never seek to interfere with your lives, only to bring you blessings of insights and new ways of looking at yourselves."
Feelings of sadness, shock, numb, low-energy, and anger are symptoms of post-traumatic stress. So are addictive behaviors, such as binge drinking and eating, attempts to block-out the pain of post-traumatic stress.
It’s Christmas time, where we celebrate the birth of Baby Jesus and the symbolism of new light and new beginnings. I am holding you in my prayers as it’s also a time of raw emotions and self-reflection.
Each December, I ask Archangel Michael for guidance concerning our next year. He usually gives me “themes” to expect in the new year, including suggestions for personal growth intentions and actions. The central theme for 2010 involves you taking personal risks which lead to spiritual growth and increased well-being and happiness as you practice, “To thine own self, be true.”