This week’s Q&A is an expansion of some insights I shared on my Facebook page about leadership and specifically, the death of Hugo Chavez who was a polarizing figure, to say the least. We look at people like Mr. Chavez, the pope, presidents, Queen Elizabeth and wonder what is wrong with them.
My family's religion of tradition is Judaism, so we are preparing for the Passover celebration. The ritual itself is in remembrance of the Exodus of the ancient Jewish people from four hundred years of slavery under the Egyptians. The Hebrew word for Egypt is Mitzrayim, from the word Tzar meaning "narrow."
As you enter this year, you have the opportunity to truly step through a new opening in the veil of time. This opening is calling to you now, lifting and attuning your heart. It brings with it the memories of Home and of our tender and intimate Love, the communion of life that we share eternally.
It is always yourself you are angry at. There is some transgression you have made that makes you angry. It isn't the other person or persons involved. No matter how much at fault they may be, your anger comes from something to do with you.
My dear friends we love you so very much. Understand in your journey towards wholeness that you are already whole. In your journey seeking abundance, realize you are already abundant. All that you seek, dear friends is already inside of you. Bring it to the surface and you will experience a glorious reflection of that reality in your physical world as well.
So many of you have reached up from the Earth into the Heavenly realms asking for help, asking for assistance, asking for miracles. Never before have the Heavenly Hosts and the Angelic Hosts heard such a cry and such a beacon of light to be broadcast. Never before have we issued millions of angels to come forth and wrap themselves all around Earth.
In terms of energy, many people (especially the way-showers) are experiencing the exact same thing right now. It’s Graduation Time. Those who’ve chosen a path of spiritual awareness will have noticed that from about February 2014 (earlier than that for some) to mid-May, things seemed more challenging than usual.
This week dear ones, as often as you can, remind yourself, "I am loved more than I can possibly imagined. I am held in the arms of God and wrapped in the wings of angels. I am guided, loved, protected, and cherished. I open to receive this love in every area of my life."
I don't know why it took me so long to make a
pilgrimage to Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. I knew Chaco Canyon's community
was unlike anything in the southwest. It was unique to itself in
architecture and culture. Even the Hopi and other native living peoples
do not know who the Chacoians were, why they built what they did, and
most of all, why they left.