The angels do their best to get our attention and to communicate with us. In this way, they help us heal our own lives. However, we often discount the signs they give us, writing them off as mere coincidences or our imagination. The angels say: "We can't write our messages to you in the sky.
You have guardian angels with you right now — continuously — guaranteed! Your angels guide you through your thoughts, feelings, words, and visions. They also show you signs—that is, things that you see repeatedly with your physical eyes. One of their favorite signs relates to number sequences.
Hello friends. We have arrived at the Full Moon/Eclipse for April. It has also been called a "Blood Moon" due to the coppery hue that appears due to the effects of the lunar eclipse. We haven't had a full lunar eclipse since 2011, so this one is rather special.
This new wave of light weaving within our midst and upon your planet is the stuff you've been waiting for, for a long while. It is the energy of your essence, transmitting to you from within and being met from without, in accord.
posted 14 April, 2014 (Friday, 11 April, 2014) - Selacia
April’s energies become even more intense over the next several days leading up to the 4/15 full moon eclipse. Full moons on lunar eclipses typically amplify feelings, inner insights, and personal situations – and this one will be no exception.
do you realize that if all are anticipating a certain event, such as the result of this April’s astrological aspects, that event will occur? As you increase your inner-power, your anticipations become creations. So it will be that many will awaken this April because you, as a group, are projecting/creating such.
To work with the Eclipse Energies of this first Lunar Eclipse we suggest you make a list of all the feelings that are hard for you. See if you can list 5-10 major themes that throughout your life have been challenging emotionally, like "No one is there for me," or "I love feeling enthusiasm."
posted 11 April, 2014 (Tuesday, 1 April, 2014) - Alan Cohen
As commuters hustled through the Washington, D.C. metro station on a cold winter morning, a musician stood next to a wall playing his violin, the case at his feet open for tips. He played six Bach pieces for 43 minutes.