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Angel Number 222 and Positive Thinking

ID-100280428I’m learning so much every day.  I am thankful to all who have guided me along this journey, my earth angels and heavenly angels, master teachers, God/Goddess, and any other sources that I’m not even aware of.  I have been reading books and watching clips and going to class, and everything is lining up.  I am thankful for these synchronicities.  They help me to understand, and they build my faith.

I have been seeing a lot of “2”s lately.  This is new for me.  I continue to see my “1’s and 4’s” combinations, that bring me comfort in knowing that my angels are near. But the 2’s are new.  And they are frequent enough now that they’ve grabbed my attention, and I want to share the message with you.

From Angel Numbers Joanne Sacred Scribes, my favorite source:

“The message of repeating Angel Number 222 is that everything will turn out for the best in the long-term.  Do not put your energies into negativity – be aware that all is being working out by spirit for the highest good of all involved.  Angel Number 222 is also reminding you to keep up the good work you are doing, as the evidence of your manifestations are coming to fruition.

Angel Number 222 is a message of faith and trust from your angels.  Know that all is being worked out for the highest good of all involved.  Remember that nothing happens by chance and everything happens for a reason.  Maintain a positive attitude and you will find that everything will have positive results and you will receive abundant blessings in Divine right timing.”

My message for the week has been positivity.  I started the week (Monday evening) with an experience of intense anger.  It felt like a dark cloud, completely permeating my aura, and I could actually feel it filling the room.  Last night my classmates confirmed that they could feel it as well.  I have understood anger as misunderstanding and an opportunity for learning — but I have not fully understood the effects of my anger on others.

I have been told many times that I am powerful.  I have the capacity for wonderful, amazing things.  I have seen this.  But what sticks out for me more is the power of my negativity.  I recently had a friend come do a cleansing on my house, and she intuitively explored the negativity as she cleansed my house.  My house was dark, and I knew it was from me.  The evidence culminated in her visit to the bedroom when she commented on the extreme darkness coming from one side of the bed.  “Who sleeps on this side of the bed?” she asked.  “Me,” I admitted.

With great power comes great responsibility.  I have fixated on this superhero quote a lot in the last few weeks.  And we are all superheroes.  Some of us aware, and some of us not yet aware of our powers.  Nonetheless, all of us have the choice to spread love or to spread darkness.

In every moment we have a choice.  Our minds are the power source.  Even in times of darkness, we have the will power to choose light.  We are powerful.  We can be the heroes or the villains.

I choose light.  I am no longer in denial of my capacity to affect others.  I choose to vibrate at a higher vibration.  I choose to improve my own life — and through this — the lives of others.

What do you choose today?  I give thanks for you and for all of the wonderful beings of light here and in all of creation.  Have a blessed day. ❤

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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A Little Duality

ID-100286034I felt a little dip in energy last week, and I dipped again today.  I can recognize some factors, and I think the strongest one is my struggle with the duality of my present state of mind.  There is a discrepancy between what I know I can be and what I have been.  Change comes from a shift in perspective, and the whole of me has to catch up!  We are habitual beings with habitual ways of thinking and doing.  Awareness is just the first step — Though an important one! —  in our evolution.

So, today I find myself struggling the old struggles and frustrated with the whys.  The lesson in this?  To keep my eyes on the prize — my ideal.  And yet have patience with myself.  I can see clearly now.  It is my responsibility to act.  However, I must love myself through it.  Though, life is filled with peaks and valleys, the path leads steadily upward into the beyond.

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Be an Angel

Image courtesy of mistermong at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Image courtesy of mistermong at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

That is the image I received today, just now —  that I can be an angel for others, as well as for myself.  That is how I best can image how to serve: to love, to be compassionate, to guide, and to encourage others; to facilitate healing and lead others to their inner selves.  I will be an angel for others.

I’ve spent the last few hours learning about chakras, watching random videos on signs and listening to your guides, and watching Doreen Virtue’s Angel Card Reading Instructions (I have a deck that I bought in the summer of 2013, and I just used is and got wonderful encouragement!).  I’ve finally given myself the time to explore these things that interest me.  I feel so full, so happy, and so light.

I’ve been focusing a lot on my heart in the last few days, on opening the doors of my heart, and on sending love to others, particularly those who I am out of harmony with or not as close to as I’d like to be.  I’ve been experiencing wonderful things.

I want to speak on Mother Mary.  I did not realize she was an Ascended Master; I have always been drawn to her.  I have a beautiful ceramic that I bought of her and the infant Jesus in Mexico.  I’ve also been drawn to la Virgen de Guadalupe and to Mary of Medjugorje, as my mother is.  I also love the Mists of Avalon for the connection between Mary and the feminine, the mother goddess.  Mother Mary was reintroduced to me just recently when I had a tapping/energy session with my good friend Lori.  After the session Lori told me that she saw the Mother Mary behind me.  I was dumbfounded and filled with emotion — great joy and relief.  Suddenly my attraction made so much sense to me —  I must intuitively know that she is with me.   Lori also mentioned that she saw the color green with her, and I read about emerald being connected with Mary — it is the color of the healing arts, and I am on the path to healing, with “tangibility” as my healing quality.  Finally, in a previous intuitive reading that I had with Amy Keast, Amy had told me that she saw a very protective, mothering angel hovering over me.  Now I believe that it was Mother Mary behind me, protecting me!

I am full of gratitude for God, for the angels, and for my spirit guides. I want you to know that I have received your encouragement through your angel numbers and through the hawks that I’ve been seeing everywhere.  You are telling me to be strong and to be my true self.  I honor you and love you.  And I love all of you out there. ~ ❤ ~

Cloud Nine

I got a super high today just from talking with 4 wonderful ladies about life and beyond.  Driving home I had all of these wonderful ideas of what to do and what to post about.  Somehow, when I got home, I lost a lot of that momentum.  Gotta work on that.  I think maybe part of it has to do with our house number being a 4.  It’s a little suffocating to my creativity.  Can one just get one’s house number changed?. :-p Something to keep in mind with the next place, I guess. . .

Finally finished transcribing my health analysis today.  I’m gonna start reading that daily like I’m supposed to.  I’ve already been thinking on it a lot, though.  So, I’m on my way.  I dreamt like crazy this morning.  I’ve gotta go back and analyze what was going on:  wedding plans (of my cousin), a break-in at work, organizing binders, an upstairs outdoor stationary store, my grandpa’s birthday,  bus duty at my old place of work, facing off with a nun, semi-chest exposure . . .  a lot going on there! My Dreamer’s Dictionary doesn’t have specific entries for body parts, so thank you I got some help from the school director today. . .

Below is something else I’m thinking about looking at every day.  It really makes sense!  (There’s are plenty more of these fantastic videos with this medium on youtube!)  I’m inspired to reach for that higher vibration and live the life I love!  I have some heroes that I want to emulate who are presently living their perfect realities.  More on that to follow.  So, I leave you with this as I go off to do my exercise; have a lovely life, everyone:

Days 1 & 2 on the Road to Happiness

"Clipboard With Check Box Tick" courtesy of Stuart Miles/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net

“Clipboard With Check Box Tick” courtesy of Stuart Miles/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net

1. Health — I am eating pretty well.  Michael’s had a special 30% off deal for their 30 year anniversary, so Brian and I shared a spinach, artichoke, and garlic pizza.  It was very yummy.  I ended up pulling off the artichokes and eating them separately and dipping the pizza slices in our Trader Joe’s marinara sauce (since this specialty pizza did not use marinara).  I’ve been having  Shaklee protein shakes for breakfast and odds-and-ends for lunch (like hummus, avocado, cheese, and carrots).  I may have overeaten on the sherbet dessert, though.  I’m still a bit dehydrated and am still gulping down the water.

I was quite wiped out today.  I’m not sure if it was because I lost sleep earlier in the week or if my muscles were recovering from biking for the first time this year.  The bike ride yesterday was great.  My legs felt good, like I could’ve ridden even a bit farther than those 9 miles.  (I plan to ride 100 miles in one day in the Door County Century in September.)  Today I didn’t exercise, and I can feel it.  My body’s aching to move around a bit, but it’s late.  I may try to squeeze some Zumba in tomorrow between tutoring and Easter stuff.

2. Creative time/me time — I read the first few chapters of my new library book club book today: Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven by Fannie Flagg.  I don’t know if it’s my type of book, but it looks like it’ll be an interesting enough read.  I’m also still listening to Roots in the car.

I pulled a tray table and my blue camping chair outside for a bit and enjoyed the fresh air for 20 minutes or so, getting in a few lines of writing.  I had Bowser with me, and it was a bit chilly. So, between the cold and Bowser shoving his bottom into my chest, I didn’t get very much done.  Beyond that, I cut some words out of the circulars to use for a writing activity.  I’m planning on trying them on my writing tutor student tomorrow first.

3. People — I really enjoyed visiting my friend in the hospital yesterday.  I was a little freaked out about driving up to Chicago, but everything worked out just fine.  She just had twin boys, and they are strong-looking, cute little babies. (I even got all scrubbed up and got to stick my hand in the incubatorish box and hold one of their tiny hands!  Or more like my finger touching the palm of his hand!) I bonded a bit with mom and dad and was glad that I had gotten a chance to be out of the house and on a mini-adventure with them.

I feel like I would have liked to have visited with some people today.  I did have my tutoring student this morning, and we had a great tutoring session today.  He’s focusing worlds better than when I first started working with him — before I was pretty close to pulling my hair out!  It’s truly amazing how people and situations can change.

4. Being in the Moment — I still find it nearly impossible to meditate and nearly as hard to stay present as I’m moving around.  That seems my best bet, though — being present as I flitter about.  I am forever amazed by the firm grasp my thoughts have on my mind, but at least I am becoming more and more aware.

5. Life Purpose — I did some research into professions today.  On-line data entry doesn’t look as promising as I’d originally imagined.  I may still want to talk to my friend’s mom who does it, though, to find out more.  I checked out a couple of magazines that my life purpose coach recommended to me, and I found a lot of information in The Monthly Aspectarian.  I’ve e-mailed them to register for a few events.  Finally, I’ve made an appointment to see an intuitive energy healer, and I’m really looking forward to that next week.

3 Thoughts About Exercise

"Happy People Jumping" courtesy of Vlado / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

“Happy People Jumping” courtesy of Vlado / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

1.  Sometimes it’s ok to quit.  Saturday I was doing Zumba on the XBox.  The mix had a bunch of difficult songs in them (i.e.. including a lot of belly-dancing moves, a lot of fancy footwork, turning to the sides and around, or worse — all of the above); and I was getting 3-4 stars instead of my more recent 5’s.  My energy was low, and I was angry, frustrated, and miserable.  So I stopped.  I had made it through 6 or 7 songs, which was around 20 minutes.  It was not a great workout, but it was good enough for one day, and by stopping I kept myself from never wanting to do Zumba again.

2. Sometimes you have to finish. On the other hand, today I picked Zumba up again and attempted the same routine.  My energy was better, and I thought I was following the instructors better — but I was still getting low scores.  Was it because I hadn’t eaten yet?  Or a problem with the Kinect sensor?  It didn’t matter.  Because this time I knew I was going to finish.  I was going to settle for my 4-star average so that I could check this routine off my list.  And hopefully I would improve on those difficult songs a little more for next time they popped up.  So, I made my way through it and got a good workout.

3. Everyone needs exercise!  Last week I was talking with someone about how I need those laps inside the school building, how I really need the exercise.  Then I got the up-and-down once over and the Youdon’t need exercise!”  I know where she was coming from, and I know how I may have come across, but the point I want to make is — I absolutely do need exercise!  Everyone does!  Why should big people have all the fun??  I think we have this mentality as a society (and I can be included in this) that only people who aren’t skinny need exercise.  That’s crazy talk!  I have always had a slimmer build, but that doesn’t mean that I’ve always been healthy.  I feel great physically these days, but I know it’s because I’m making a point to exercise daily  as much as possible.  Though my weight very rarely ever fluctuates, when I don’t exercise, I am miserable and lethargic — or miserable and pent-up, just as much as any other person of any other body type.  There is no point that any person can arrive to and say: “Ah!  Great!  Done!  No need to exercise anymore.”

So, go on, then!  Do your thing!  Keep up the great work!

Let it Be

"Clouds" courtesy of Janaka Dharmasena / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

“Clouds” courtesy of Janaka Dharmasena / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

I hate experiencing panic. And the worst part is that logically the stimulus often seems completely ridiculous.

Today I was having a conversation, and I thought I detected a negative emotion in the person’s response. After we finished our conversation, I spent the next half hour fretting about it. Did I upset the other person? Offend? Did the person take what I said personally? Or think what I said was dumb, maybe? Or insensitive?  I don’t think other people freak out about these things as much as I do.  My logical brain told me that this was not a big deal.  It told me I could move on.  But my insides were all a flutter.  I was full of this negative energy, this worry, and all that I could think about was that I wanted that energy gone.  And that I couldn’t get rid of it.

Sigh.  I’ve thought it over since I’ve eventually calmed down, and what I’ve decided is that I just have to live through it.  Live through the negative energy and know that “This too shall pass.”  When I’ve tried to rid myself of the energy, it has been fruitless.  A punching bag does no good.  Exercise doesn’t necessarily cure it.  Trying to will it away or relax it away doesn’t help.  Talking myself through it only works sometimes.  Distraction and time are the only two sure-fire solutions.

So, I’ve decided that the next time I feel awful, I’m just going to let myself feel awful.  Just let the energy take its course.  I remember reading somewhere that if you just let a feeling be without attaching anything to it, it will go away in 45 seconds.  And if it gets to the point where I can’t take it anymore, I’ll just have to find a way to distract myself.  But eventually it will pass.  It is not the end of the world, even if it does feel that way at the time.

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