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Be an Angel

Image courtesy of mistermong at

Image courtesy of mistermong at

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. ~ ❤ ~

Day 5 on the Road to Happiness

Portrait Of A An "Excited Young Woman Celebrating Success Over Wh" courtesy of David Castillo Dominici /

Portrait Of A An “Excited Young Woman Celebrating Success Over Wh” courtesy of David Castillo Dominici /

I’ve been staying out, so I think I’m just going to post about my day the following morning. . . sometimes . . .

1. Health – Almost didn’t exercise yesterday, but I got in a nice walk with a friend before the day was over (and froze my butt off a bit, darn weather!)  Didn’t start off the day right with eating.  Ate very little during the day.  Was saved again by my friend who gave me a snack of peanut butter and carrots – which I devoured – and treated me to tasty vegetarian Chinese food: the best-tasting tofu, various veggies, brown rice, dynamite Thai sauce, a spring roll, and a fortune cookie with a fortune that was either very sweet or kinda creepy.

2. Creative Time/ Me Time — I did meditate a bit yesterday.  Did the bonus meditation from Deepak and Oprah’s 21-Day Meditation (22nd day).  Also opted for a light nap instead of exercise in the afternoon, which felt great.  Took my time getting ready and showering, which almost resulted in me being late for my tutoring appointment.  Can’t be thaaat relaxed, I guess. . . Didn’t get too much creative time in.

3. People — It was good to see my tutoring student and good to see my friend yesterday.  I’m still reluctant to leave the house sometimes to go places and leave my comfort zone (I swear sometimes my house is like a black hole!), but once I’m with people, I remember that I need and like being with people.

4. Being in the Moment – I’m still working on being in the moment.  I think I’m going to have to be satisfied with moments here and there instead of continuous moments.  And that is fine.  I had an experience that shook me up a bit yesterday, and I’m still working through my feelings today.  But I think I’ve made progress.  Yesterday I observed myself as I went through the feelings.  Today I am working on letting my feelings be and not trying to squelch them.  I’ve been reading about how repressed feelings are still there, and they only come back stronger when they are activated again.  So, I feel pretty good about how I’m developing.

5. Life Purpose — My intuitive experience with Amy was great yesterday.  I learned a little about my spiritual guides.  I have a group who are near me, but one in particular is hovering around me lately.  A very protective, mothering type.  That freaked me out a bit when I heard it.  I have a second very protective, mother?  (My independent, rebellious side may have begun to hyperventilate a bit.)   But I am going through a difficult time right now trying to figure out what I’m doing with my life, and I’m grateful for her presence; I know I am a very sensitive person, and I can use her protection.  I should have asked Amy which guide was sending me the number signs.  I guess it doesn’t really matter; I was imagining some scholarly, mathematician-type.  Maybe I’ll meet that guide sometime in the future!

She also talked about what she saw from my past lives and how that can tie into our present.  She saw me doing something like a court reporter and also being part of a spiritual council somehow.  She tied that into my teaching in this life.  (And I thought, what?  A teacher?  Oh no!)  But she explained that a “teacher” does not necessarily mean “teacher” in the classroom teacher sense.  I may be “teaching” others in something I am passionate about.

And she talked about following my passion.  She said that others will become interested in my work because I’m passionate about it, because of the emotion I bring into it.  I told her about my passion for equal rights and for natural health, and she said to explore those.  She said that I might be called on to speak about topics, and I told her that I enjoy public speaking – I just don’t know what to speak about! She mentioned that I might use my blog as an outlet for my passions or even start another blog.  I may even want to do a video blog, since I don’t mind being in front of people.  That is something I’d like to try.  Finally, I mentioned my interest in healing work (energy healing).  My guide said that everyone has the potential to work with healing energy; Amy said that she hadn’t received any information about that, but that didn’t mean that it wasn’t a part of my future, and that anything that has entered my mind like that has popped up for a reason, so to pursue that.

Day 4 on the Road to Happiness (belated)

"Lady Doing Yoga In Park" courtesy of adamr/

“Lady Doing Yoga In Park” courtesy of adamr/

1. Health — Slept in an extra 2 hours and had lots of crazy dreams that I unfortunately can’t remember.  Good breakfast (added spinach to my smoothie again today!); so-so lunch (mostly kidney beans) . . . and also the rest of the chocolate bunny from my grandma; I couldn’t resist it — it was just sitting there!  Ingredients in said bunny: sugar, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, whey, cocoa, lactose, skim milk, soy lecithin, vanillin (artificial flavor), FD&C Blue #1, Blue #2, Red #40, Yellow #5, Yellow #6 Lakes; and Red #3 — I shudder at all the colors. . . And that’s what my health was until last night — when Brian and I took advantage of the $5 bucket specials.  Wasn’t feeling so great after that. . .  (rehyrating as we speak)

2. Creative Time/ Me Time — Karaoke was great last night.  I got some compliments about my singing, and I realized I’m still really resistant to praise.  I embrace it now.  I am awesome. 🙂 (Not better than anyone else!  And awesome!) I also stumbled upon this site, and I think it’s genius:  I hope it does really well.  Here is a link to my first contribution: She is a Princess.  Anyone can join! Felt inspired to try composing a bit, too, but just did a small string.  Not sure whether I’m going to post it or not.

3. People — I’m realizing more and more that I need to be around people.  I just do.  Sometimes people wear me out, but I think it’s because I don’t feel natural around them.  I’m working to be who I think they want me to be, and that’s exhausting. If I can really be myself, I think I would enjoy gatherings much more and be less anxious about them.  Also, this house is a tomb.  I need me some Feng Shui.

Funny random side note (animals are like people, right?): today I had my first intuitive reading — more on that probably to follow in my next day’s report —  and my cats were fighting like cats and . . . cats (very viciously)  outside my office door, as I was participating in my phone call.  I just realized for all that I complain about Bowser being needy for attention, my cats are just as bad.  Maybe worse.

4. Being in the Moment — This is going better.  I have moments of clarity sometimes during the day.  Have any of you tried to be in the moment and suddenly you’ve felt a shift in perspective?  In focus?  In energy?  Like you notice your hands for the first time, and maybe there’s even a slight tingling.  And your world — which seemed so narrow when you were trapped in your head — now has expanded all around you? Like you’ve been pulled back and out, and there are no longer any walls?   It’s like that.  I want more of that.

5. Life Purpose — I think I will post more about this tonight after my phonecall, but I did want to mention how thrilled I got when I discovered  I had been thinking I wanted to find an outlet for my creativity, and I wanted to be able to share it with the public, with a community, and there it is.  It’s so artsy and vibrant, and I got more excited about the possibilities than I’ve felt about anything in a long time.  Maybe I have it all wrong.  Maybe I’m not supposed to be forcing myself down in a chair with a notebook to just write and write and write about whatever.  Maybe I’m meant to find other creative opportunities.

Days 1 & 2 on the Road to Happiness

"Clipboard With Check Box Tick" courtesy of Stuart Miles/

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

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.

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