When you lose someone very close, you start reflecting on your own life. I lost both my parents within three years due to horrible illnesses. I watch them go from vibrate active people in the community, to frail, bed ridden people that could not take care of themselves. All their worldly possessions, which were not much, their dedication to work and family and contributions to life all seem irrelevant at that time. Witnessing this was devastating. I started questioning my own life’s purpose and searched for answers to those profound life questions. I turned to mediation for answers. It became my form of prayer — a way of getting in tune with my spiritual side. During my meditations, I received insightful messages. I wrote them down, and decided to act on them. Although basic in nature, it’s these messages that gave me the extra push I needed during a time of grief.
- Even when things seem overwhelming, continue taking action towards your goals, regardless of how small the action is.
- Be responsible for yourself. Don’t blame others for your life situation.
- Be truthful to yourself and those you love.
- You can do great things. You CAN make a difference.
One morning while meditating, I received the message, “Calm down and relax.” I struggled with this one, thinking I didn’t I have time for that. But with my fresh outlook and approach to life, I knew I had to listen to the voice within. So I did. I sat on my Mexican blanket and forced myself to stay PUT a little longer before darting to work. While staring at my feet, attempting to remain calm and not be distracted by my work day ahead, a wonderful idea came to me — Angel Tagging. It took a quiet mind and being present in the moment to open my heart to the possibilities.
I’m not sure who guided me through this period of my life. Perhaps it was my parents still coaching me from the world beyond. Maybe it was my angels — I don’t know. But what I do know, is that we all receive help from the spirit world one way or another. All we need to do is slow down, open our hearts and listen. You’ll be amazed by what they have to share with us.
I’m looking forward to you joining me on this journey, inspiring human kindness.
Love & Peace,