The holidays are a time for reflection. We reflect on things of the past. Memories of love ones that have passed on flashback in our minds. We reflect on the future and what lies ahead. I believe we need to call on as many angels as we can get to help us get through the grief and sadness of the last few weeks. We need angels of light to guide us and lift us up. Reflection and prayer or simple meditation helps us to fight the stress build up that all this tragedy that seems to envelope us brings.
Politics and religious beliefs aside, each of us has the responsibility to seek personal comfort so that we may function within the bigger society. It may sound selfish but it really is not. We need to feel joy, happiness and fulfillment in our lives. We need to get rid of the fear. Our lives must matter to ourselves first. We cannot spread happiness unless we are happy. Happiness lives within. But when tragedy strikes and we absorb pain we must learn to release that pain.
If you do not believe in angels then my proposition may not work for you. But if you believe in any kind of positive energy, then you must allow it to flow through you. I have taken the task of looking at people eyes. They say the eyes are the windows to the soul. What I have noticed is that many of us myself included look sad most of the time. Look around and you will see what I mean. We must win the battle against fear; we cannot let ourselves feel dominated by fear.
So what I propose is that each of us who believe in angels, call upon them and ask for light and guidance. There so many things within our galaxy, and our world that create goodness and healthy energy. We just need to watch and listen carefully and let goodness guide us.
Happy Calling on Angels!
I finally know how to call on my angel. It is amazing how it happens. The communication is non-verbal. I need to be still and in my mind begin my conversation. I become one with my angel. The conversation is very intimate. The stillness and oneness are amazing. The energy is intense. You just have to know what it is you want or need. For me it transforms the talk into a prayer. At the end of the conversation I feel lighter and energetic.
Here is a drawing from my imagination.
Dreams are often forgotten once you wake up. I try desperately to hang on to my dreams. I mentioned before that I dream in 3D and high-definition or Technicolor. I have made it a habit to keep a pad by my bed so I can sketch the parts I remember. I really do not recognize anyone in my dreams except on the rare occasions when I dream about my dad or mom who are now both deceased. Sometimes I dream about my children. Sometimes they appear as youngsters and most times as they are in the present. When I wake up I will remember most of the details and if something seems fuzzy I start to worry until I call them to hear their voices.
I have been trying to connect with my guardian angel these last few days. The other night I had a dream that just did not make sense to me at all. I was in a place I had never seen and I seemed at ease with all the people who appeared in my dream. I did not recognize anyone though. Everyone seemed to be related and they resembled each other except for the one whose image I ended up drawing. I felt at ease and loved. She told me one thing over and over again: “Breathe!”
I had noticed I was feeling out of breath lately. So I took deep breaths as often as I could. I immediately felt energized. I prayed. I asked this being to help a friend that was going through hard times. The next thing I know is that a call came in from my friend and she told me the problem she had was gone. I felt so accomplished. So was it my prayer, the angel’s suggestion or just a coincidence? I will probably never know. What do you think? Is she an angel?