Posted under Angels Guidance
On Christmas my son Iñaki gifted me with a GPS navigation system. I am so excited with my new navigator unit, I did not realize what I was missing! I always thought why would I need a GPS when I can just easily find the directions myself and why the complication of having to take time and learn how to operate another new device? Well now, I realize how amazingly useful and convenient this cute device is. It makes me feel so confident while I am driving and reassures me that I can adventure anywhere at anytime and can reach my destination in a precise, accurate and timely manner. Thank you Mi Hijo! (my son)
I am absolutely enjoying my new guiding instrument, and I mostly enjoy my navigator’s voice with his lovely Australian accent, guiding me with directions. Not only is my GPS helpful, but sounds like an Archangel leading the way.
The GPS reminds me of the Angels GPS – “(God Power Servers)” - I received the meaning from my Angels. When I first heard about GPS navigation systems sometime ago, I immediately was reminded of the power of the Angels as God’s navigation for us humans!
The Angels guide us during our journey in a divine manner. The Angels have said that change or transitions are sometimes necessary for the unfolding of a superior outcome; and to enter a new and better place, the old has to depart. There are occasions when we are ready to take the endeavor and adventure to begin something new in life, but there are other times that we are not prepared to process change and have the feeling of complete despair.
And as painful as change is, and let me tell you that I’ve had my share of transitions where I was afraid to let go of what was familiar, but yet it was much easier and comforting to reach out and surrender to the guidance of God and the Angels.
The Angels are divine emissaries who are more than happy to encourage us, and surround us with the feeling of God’s peace and knowingness that all is well. The Angels always want to comply with what we yearn for and are eager to help us meet our needs. As human beings who possess free-will, we have the privilege to ask the Angels for support of what we want, remember that the Angels do not make decisions for us, but make decisions with us. We can also ask them to ask God what is it that we need to learn, and provide us with guidance to accept the new with love, hope, and understanding.
There is so much strength and wisdom that the Angels provide us, so why not believe that these powerful beings of light are just waiting for us to surrender to our materialistic ways, to surrender to the control of knowing all things, and to surrender to allowing them to sustain us, and to carry us during the journey. Test them, they do not mind at all. Try them out. All you have to do is just ask!
You are a traveler in life and they are your Angels GPS navigation! Sometimes you might ask yourself “where am I going, and how am I going to get there?” Well the Angels work night and day, and will always tell you where you are, and guide you on how to get where you’re going. If you miss the exit they will indicate for you to turn around and give you new directions; their features are divine, accurate, and precise and will always help you find your way.
As soon as you have absolute trust in the Angels and ask for their guidance, rest assured that Angels will not only respond to your request, but will guide and enlighten your way, helping you arrive safely and securely to your desired destination. I highly recommend the Angels’ GPS, remember we have the power to ask, thus Angels have the power to make it happen and take us where we need to Be.
Angels GPS Blessings,
Linda F. Torres
Posted under Events
Once in a Blue Moon … has been a customary way of saying rarely, hardly ever, or on the odd occasion- and on this New Year’s Eve there will be a Full Moon lunar eclipse and a once in a Blue Moon!
The Blue Moon is described as the second Full Moon in a calendar month and a bright “blue moon” will grace New Year’s Eve celebrations. According to National Geographic News, the last time a blue moon appeared on New Year’s Eve was in 1990, almost 20 years ago, and it won’t happen again until 2028.
The Full Moon will be in the signs of Cancer and Capricorn, beginning on December 31. The moon does influence our emotions, and the eclipse brings up some nostalgic emotions but is also a rare gift. The significance of this event is that the Angels are inspiring us to examine what goals do we really aspire, and release what is no longer our desire, and look at what are the intentions of our heart that we want to shine on the New Year 2010. Only examine and plan and choose your wishes, you can start new projects or activities after January 2nd.
Know that your Angels and Spirit Guides are always at hand when you ask for their help. If these sensitive emotions appear, do not be discouraged, just notice and honor them, as these are unknown gifts > ask your Angels to support you during the transition. The moon transitions to another sign within 55 hours, or 2 ¼ days, and you may notice your mood shift dramatically. Take advantage of this powerful and rare occasion.
Make a sacred space in your heart, even for a few minutes you can go within and ask for Divine guidance. Write down, and reflect on what your heart yearns for, choose your wishes wisely, and know that your words will be powerful to the New Year. The heart vibration of your resolutions will surpass space and time and will be heard by God. You can always write down or ask for your heart’s intention before or on a New Moon. And you can release what no longer is purposeful before or on the Full Moon. Be careful what you pray or ask for, as you will manifest these requests.
New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day is a special time of celebration and fun, being with friends and family, or being in quiet time reflecting, most importantly recognizing that God and your Angels are very near and protecting you always.
Wishing you a very Happy New Year 2010, and enjoy the natural wonder and grace of the fruitful Moon!
May God and the Angels Bless you Gracefully and Abundantly!
Posted under Angels Guidance
The Christmas season has arrived once again… year after year it seems to sneak in. Some angst usually appears, but as the days get closer to the wonderful celebration of light, my heart begins sensing that unique feeling of hope and love in sight.
As when we see or live the birth of a child it always brings us such happiness, and even though you may have faith or not, the Christmas story of a blessed child born on Christmas day brings many of us hope and amazement – such a blissful feeling of love which illuminates the season, and gifts us with joy, love, peace, light and wonder. All these qualities that appearing at one time makes our hearts beam and shine toward others.
We come to believe that all is promising during this glorious and giving season. Christmas allows us to keep on moving forward towards a New Year with excitement and more hope – and as we reflect on our goals for the coming year there is a sense of peace and good will of renewal and wellness.
I hope the star of Christmas, the peace and joy, that for one moment envelop us, can be relived each day, and dispel any worries or uneasiness – that this glimmer of wonder may give each of us a new birth in all events of our lives. A new birth that opens the doors of love and enchantment and allows us to transform our life, and therefore transform the world.
Angel Blessings during the Christmas Season and the New Year! May the Angels illumine your path!
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PEACE OFFERINGS – 101 WAYS TO ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN INNER PEACE by Rev. Jayne H. Feldman
Peace tools to ponder. I believe these can bring us the inner peace that we at some time yearn for…
Let Peace Begin with Me
1. Believe in God. Energizing belief in God daily through your thoughts, faithfulness and spiritual exercises is the key to unlocking inner peace. Know that God believes in you, too.
2. Look for goodness in all you encounter. Be a seeker of all that is good.
3. Spend time daily observing yourself – your thoughts and emotions. Reflection upon yourself brings you understanding about yourself and your patterns. Be truthful with yourself about patterns that are unhealthy. Changing negative life skills to positive life skills changes the world for the better.
4. Meditate. Meditation allows you to be a disciple to your Higher Self – the “you” that is conscious of its connection with God – the source of all. Make time to be still and be in oneness with God through meditation. Meditating is putting yourself in peace space.
5. Serve others. When you give peace to others through being helpful and of service, you will be the recipient of peace, too.
6. Stretch your imagination through knowledge. Give your spirit wings to soar through wisdom. Make peace with yourself that you do not know everything and fill each day with learning experiences.
7. Keep a daily peace journal making note of beautiful moments of peace you experienced during the day. Create a peace book filled with images, i.e. photographs – quotations – that instill you with peace. Ponder upon peace.
8. Believe in yourself as a peacemaker. Live your life knowing that the peaceful choices you make in your own life make a difference in the world.
Get acquainted with your neighbors. Take the first step to start building a neighborhood of peace.
9. Limit the time you spend watching television news programs; reading newspapers. Fill your free time with life enriching activities that help strengthen you so you are able to maintain peace easily in your life – even in chaotic times.
10. Live in the now fully, abundantly and peacefully. Don’t worry about tomorrow. God is already there.
11. Pray. Make time for prayer. In your “talking to God” time, ask for support for peace in your life and peace on earth. In St. Padre Pio’s words: Don’t worry; pray. Join the World Peace Prayer Society (www.worldpeace.org).
12. Affirm peace. Say affirmations proclaiming peace in your life, i.e. “I am one with God’s peace.” Cultivate positive thinking habits. Develop a positive peaceful outlook.
13. Get quality sleep time. Enjoy a peaceful sleep. Create an atmosphere of peace in your bedroom through colors, art, bedding and pillows.
14. Declare peace intentions. When you wake up in the morning, express your intent to live a life of peace. Start your day with the intent that in all that you do, you will be a peacemaker, i.e. “Today is a new day and it is my intent to fill all my waking moments being peace filled.”
15. Play peace songs such as “Let Peace Begin With Me;” and John Lennon’s “Imagine” in your car; in your home. Fill your life with sounds that soothes your soul and make you feel at peace.
16. Use the word “together”. Together is a magical word. Use it in your life to solve problems, i.e., How can we resolve this together? Use it in your life in your relationships? How can we work together? How can we play together?
17. Pursue peace in all you do. Look for ways to embody Martin Luther King’s words: “We must pursue peaceful ends through peaceful means.” Look for alternatives to fighting and quarreling that occurs in your life and family’s life. Look for peaceful resolutions.
18. Be God’s peace angel to those whose worlds are in turmoil. Be an angel of hope to those who are feeling hopeless perhaps over a lost job or relationship ending.
19. Talk to a child about what peace means to them. Learn from children the truths about peace. Ask children to paint a picture of what peace looks like.
21. Discover, imagine, explore peacemaking through the book Peace Quest (www.celebratingpeace.com/book/html) which promotes four basic themes: Peace for Me, Peace for Us, Peace for Everyone, Peace for the Planet.
22. Take a class in peace solutions for conflicts. Sign up for a peace studies program. Learn about peace; teach peace to your family. Sponsor a peace speaker to come to your town.
23. Plant a peace pole on your property or in your community as part of a Children’s Peace Festival (www.peacepoles.com).
24. Learn about people who have been champions of peace; i.e Peace Pilgrim; Mattie Stepanek. Learn quotations about peace.
25. Speak up for peace’s sake. Be the voice of peace.
26. Write a letter to someone currently in the armed forces and thank them for being a peacekeeper.
27. Practice peace daily. Just like playing the piano, peace takes practice.
28. Visualize a TV news program with the words: Breaking News! See the newsperson telling the listening audience: “We’ve just received this breaking news. There’s peace on earth!”
29. Live a peaceful life by living simply. Uncomplicate your life. Have just what you need.
30. Make time to study the stars and connect with the peacefulness of the night sky.
31. Think of peace as in important ingredient in the recipe of life. Stir in an abundant helping of peace in all your experiences rather than stirring in trouble. Be a peacemaker not a troublemaker.
32. Say a blessing daily upon your home. “God bless our home with peace and all those who reside within.”
33. Walk in peace. Whenever you are walking, visualize that yours is a peace path. Visualize that your walk is sacred and that God’s peace flows through you and to the earth. Your walk blesses the earth with peace.
34. Create peace time in your life with those living in your home with you. Peace on earth begins with times of peace at the supper table; sharing a bathroom; sharing chores.
35. Write our government a letter encouraging the creation of a Department of Peace.
36. Create and celebrate your own special BE A PEACEMAKER DAY – a day to spread the message of peace.
37. Learn origami and create a dove of peace and hang in your home. Have a basket of origami doves and give as gifts to visitors of your home.
38. Be realistic when making plans and setting goals. Don’t sabotage your inner peace by unrealistic expectations.
39. Do a web search by typing in the word “peace” and explore websites dedicated to promoting peace.
40. Nurture children with peaceful environments. Plant trees in your community; clean up trash.
41. Record a message of peace for your answering machine message.
42. Stamp your letters and checks with a peace statement, ie. Peace is not an absence; it is the presence of God.
43. Make peace with yourself and the way things happen in your life. Take the pressure off yourself in recognizing there’s a lot that you can’t control. You can, however, choose your response to all your life’s happenings. Choose to respond with peace.
44. Make an appointment with yourself to have a day, an evening where you are free of the stress of having to be somewhere doing something.
45. Enjoy the peacefulness of solitude. Spend time alone to replenish your soul. Remember the great masters of life who have mirrored to us the importance of spending time alone with God.
46. Make peace with stressful demands by prioritizing your workload. Ask yourself, “What do I need to do now?” After you complete the task, give yourself a respite.
47. Practice patience. Practicing patience is practicing peace. When something is not happening fast enough for you, pause and breathe in the peace of living your life on God’s watch.
48. Be happy with what you have. Have an attitude of gratitude and thanksgiving. Appreciate the life God has given you. Thinking about what you are grateful for in your life keeps things peaceful in your soul.
49. Walk a gentle path through life. Walk in oneness with your integrity. Don’t compromise your values. Peace comes with living in oneness with your ideals.
50. Smile. Peace starts with a smile.
51. Embrace St. Francis of Assisi’s words: “Lord , make me an instrument of Thy Peace.” Be a peace instrument in God’s orchestra of life. Keep yourself tuned to spreading peace in the key of you.