Healing The Roots

My dear friends, we love you so very much,

So many of you are concerned about the state of the world. You are concerned about your peace, your safety, your economy, and your environment. You are worried that the actions of those "in power" could affect you in an adverse ways, and hopeful they will affect you in positive ways. We hear many of you asking, "What is the world coming to?"

From our perspective, the world has always been a mixture of light and dark – truth and misunderstanding. Your earth, dear ones, is a school in which every single of one of you, without exception – no matter how dark or how light one might seem –  is attempting to find their way back to love. Earth is a classroom in which you study your greater "Self." You look in the mirrors of life around you and decide what you wish to bring to the surface. Will you choose love or fear? Will you take back your Divine power to create your life as you wish it to be, or will you give this power away to others around you?

What you see on your news today, has always been present. The only difference between now and times past is that you have access to information that was once hidden. For better or worse, you are seeing the greed, intolerance, bigotry, separation, and control dramas that have always gone on, but often in secret. Now you are given an opportunity to look at these things directly and ask yourself, "Do I wish to empower greed in my own life? Do I wish to support the vibration of intolerance? Do I wish to love or to create divisiveness, both within myself and in the outer world?"

In order to heal bigotry, stop condemning that arises within yourself. In order to heal hatred, stop the self-criticism. In order to heal greed, allow yourself abundance and be grateful. What you want to heal on the outside, you must address at the roots, within each and every one of you.

It does little good to hate the "haters," to be prejudiced against the "prejudice," and to condemn those who would condemn others. In judging and correcting others, you may prune the "brances" of the problem, but at the same time you are watering its vibrational "roots."

Instead, love the light within all beings, no matter how confused or dark they may seem. Imagine fanning the flames of the Divine spark within them. Pray for their upliftment. Pray also for your own upliftment dear ones for a single soul standing in the light of love and truth is "in power" far more powerfully than an army of souls lost in darkness.

God Bless You! We love you so very much.

-- The Angels

Message From Ann 

I had some gorgeous oleanders growing outside my kitchen and living room windows. They provided much needed shade, a space for birds to sing and abundant blossoms. The branches were beautiful, filtering the sunlight as they waved in the wind. Unfortunately, the roots were starting to creep up under the foundation of my house, and if not handled quickly, would have created trouble. I had to have my beloved oleander trees removed.

It struck me as the glaring sunlight poured in through my now-unobstructed view that we often put up with what we see on the surface, while all the while ignoring the roots of a problem... until it becomes too painful to put aside. We've all done it. We've all ignored subtle signs of trouble in our lives until the problems make their way to the surface and become glaringly obvious.

It happens when a relationship starts drifting apart but you ignore it until it is in crisis. It happens as a few pounds creep up on us, or a few pains start to manifest... before one day we realize we really don't feel so great. It happens when we subtly find ourselves becoming irritable because we're ignoring our hearts until at long last we wonder why we can't stand our lives. I've been there... many times.

So how do we address the roots of a problem before it reaches the "branches" and manifests as a real challenge in our lives? I think the solution is as simple as being honest with ourselves in each moment. When I am honest with myself I avoid trouble. When I neglect what I am feeling or knowing, I create challenges. It really is that simple.

I'm not concerned about the state of the world. I'm committed to contributing to its peace rather than its chaos. I know your energy and mine is at the roots of the vibrational balance on earth and we can keep our vibrational energy in a good space.

As the angels say, one soul standing in the light is far more powerful than those in darkness.

A tree with strong and healthy roots can grow through anything no matter what the state of the branches.

Here are a few tips to help us pay attention to what is beneath the surface in our lives this week...

1. Notice any small pains, areas of discontent, or irritations

These are early warning signs that something needs to change "beneath the surface" in your life. If you are in pain, breathe into it and ask it what it is trying to tell you. If you are discontent, admit it and immediately start to focus on what you want. If you are irritated, ask yourself, "What must I say or do to shift this?"

Address the roots of an issue before a situation becomes painful.

2. If you have a challenge in life that has become difficult, go back to your roots...

No matter what is going on in your life, some basic nourishment for your soul starts to shift your vibration back into a better space.

Practice self love - do or say something nice to yourself every time you are tempted to criticize. Eat kindly. Get some fresh air. Move. Take care of yourself and suddenly the vibration of love will start to shift your situation, no matter what it is.

3. When you find yourself worried about the world, ask yourself, "How can I be at the root of the solution?"

If you fear war, stop the wars within your own head. Stop warring with people you don't like. Stop battling your issues and love yourself through them. Avoid hating the haters. Pray for the bigoted. Let us create healthy, strong energies in our deepest selves, that nourish all of humanity.


This week, practice getting at the roots of your challenges, and empowering the solutions at the roots as well. It is what lies within us that branches out into our outer world.

Let us water the soil of our souls with kindness and nourish our collective selves with the light of love.

Love you all!
Ann

Comments

Barbs2 13th February 2017 3:54 pm

As always what you say makes a lot of sense....however, being human we often need to be reminded to do these things...thank you. Barbara

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Toni 13th February 2017 11:19 pm

:thumbs: Fabulous again Ann...

My foundation of love and passion is rock solid altho this eclipse passage seems to be fine tuning my awareness to the weeds that do not serve my highest potential for love and beauty within...

:)

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GAF 18th February 2017 8:41 pm

"What you want to heal on the outside, you must address at the roots, within each and every one of you."

The "out there" is created "in here".

Trying to fix the “out there” actually, ya know, out there, would be like if you stepped up to a mirror and saw you had something on your face and you went to wipe it off… in your reflection.

https://gaiaascensionforerunner.wordpress.com

Toni 3rd March 2017 7:31 pm

Yes indeed GAF... the mirror bit's clever. :thumbs: I also noticed it's the depth of the roots of awareness that give stability for the heights... :)

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Ann Albers is a popular spiritual instructor, angel communicator, lecturer, and author. She is a traditional Reiki master and a modern mystic who delights in distilling ancient wisdom into practical, down-to-earth tools for modern living. Ann's passion and purpose is teaching others to tap into the power and beauty of their souls, as well as helping people connect with the love and wisdom of their angels.

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