Chamuel, Archangel of Love

  Archangel Chamuel is known as the loving Archangel, who brings peace and eases anxiety. Chamuel is the Archangel of the third ray, the pink ray of Divine Love.  Chamuel is considered one of the’ Powers’ in the Angelic Realm. During this month of love, it is always beneficial to call upon the Archangel of love.  Archangel Chamuel name means “He who sees God”. He is often...
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Saint Patrick’s Way

  St. Patrick’s Way is of Wisdom, of Love and of Faith. Saint Patrick is one of the most popular saints (387-461). He is the patron Saint of Ireland, and on March 17  his feast day, it seems like everyone is Irish!  Celebrations are held throughout the world honoring this Saint!   The shamrock is a symbol of St. Patrick’s, its green color and heart shape represents rebirth and...
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Saint Stefanos

Saint Stephen is one of the first deacons in the Christian Church. His name “Stefanos” in Greek, means ‘wreath or crown’. He is celebrated on December 26 in Western Christianity, December 27 in Eastern Church,  and on August 3 (discovery of his relics). I had a powerful dream of Saint Stephen, which takes place in Austria, not knowing until afterward that the beautiful...
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Our Lady and My Miracle Story

Mexico City, Mexico, while living in Mexico City, my only son at the time would ask me why he didn’t have a brother like most of his friends at school. Iñaki was 6 years old, and I had not been able to conceive another child; doctors were not sure if we might have children again, but I kept the faith and continued with medical tests. I told my son that we would keep asking God and praying...
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Saint Cecilia, Heavenly Music

Saint Cecilia is celebrated on November 22. Cecilia was a unique soul, full of life and optimism. She is the patroness of music and musicians. She often heard Angel’s music in her heart. Cecilia would sing her own heartfelt hymns inspired by the heavenly music of the Angels. Cecilia, since a very early age was very devoted to God’s love. She would preach to others but as a young girl...
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“Michaelmas” Archangel Michael 9/29

Archangel Michael is a very special Archangel and many of us love him profoundly. Saint Michael the Archangel, is celebrated on September 29th.  In England the entire Autumn season is known as Michaelmas, and in the Middle Ages it was the occasion of harvest fairs and Autumn’s feast. In Mexico, in the magical and mystical city of San Miguel de Allende, everyone celebrates Saint Michael...
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Love your Heart

Always remember your heart is filled with the light of God’s love. The Angels remind you that your heart is your world, and it is the strongest place you can be within. When you are centered in your heart… love and peace and light reigns. The heart energy is protected by our Angels when we give them permission to keep us safeguarded and loved. We sometimes forget to take care of our heart...
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Great Waves of Healing ~ Saint Christopher

Saint Christopher, Christ Bearer As I awoke on the Saint’s feast day I was reminded of a dream. I believe dreams give us so much guidance and confirmation, most of all the dreams that are extremely vivid and let us know in our heart that we are connecting to Divine source. Let me tell you about Saint Christopher first. As in one legend Christopher is described as a tall gentle man who...
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Visit of the Archangels

I was inspired to host the Archangels, I welcomed five of the Archangels in my home:  Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel and Metatron.  I came across the website of  an angelic person who sent me information of the hosting ritual and the purpose of the Archangels visit. I know the Angels are always with us, but being aware of their presence made it so much exciting, preparing a special sacred...
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St. Francis of Assisi

Saint Francis was born in Assisi, Umbria, Italy in 1181, into a wealthy family. As a young boy he led a privileged life and was well educated.  His experiences as a soldier, during which time he was a prisoner of war, led him to a more somber and spiritual life. St. Francis undertook a pilgrimage to Rome and returned to Assisi following spiritual visions and mystical experiences. He  honored...
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