End The Wars In Our Lives

My dear friends, we love you so very much,

While we know most of you cannot do much to solve the wars between nations, you can easily affect the vibration of war by ceasing the wars within your own lives. "Wars?" you ask. "What wars are there in my own life?" Dear ones, we would never judge you but we see so many wars within your lives.

There are wars between your head and your heart. You feel one way and you try to tell yourself you shouldn't. You wage war on a feeling, a belief, a perception instead of simply saying to yourself, "Well that is an interesting feeling. That is an interesting thought." You do not have to like your feelings. You do not have to like your thoughts. But can you allow them their expression, often in private, and simply acknowledge their right to be. Even when you are frustrated, sad, angry, jealous, or a million other states of being that you have been taught to judge, can you simply sit with the feeling and allow it to be? For it is only in loving something that you can transform it. Say for example, you are angry. Instead of trying to push it away and pretend you are not, say to yourself, "I am angry. What is this anger trying to tell me to do? How is it trying to tell me to adjust my life? Is it asking me to be more kindly honest with someone about my own needs? Is is telling me to leaven an unhealthy situation? It is telling me I am wanting to manifest kinder treatment?" By embracing your feelings in such a fashion, rather than "Waging War" upon them and telling yourself they have no right to be, you embrace them, take them into your light, and find the love beneath them.

Likewise, you do not have to wage war upon others with whom you do not agree. When someone rubs you the wrong way, say to yourself. "I do not like that person." or "I do not like their behavior." They have a right to be and I have a right to be... what now? Do you move away from them? Do you speak up kindly and just share your perspective without any attachment as to whether or not they agree? Do you simply live and let live? Only you can choose the course of action that feels best, but all of these actions are kinder than what usually transpires between two human beings when they either try to bend their own point of view or personality to fit another, or bend another's to fit their own. Can you meet in the middle? Yes, by all means if you can, we encourage it. But we simply ask you not to "wage war" trying to force another to believe as you do, or trying to force yourself to feel other than you truly do.

Dear ones, all perspectives on this earth have a right to be. The trick to being human is to figure out the most loving way to allow you to be yourself while allowing others to be themselves as well. If you all could truly do this your entire world would sort itself out and there would be no wars. Humanity is far from this reality and yet you can choose peace in your own mind, heart, and life... no matter what anyone else is choosing to embrace.

God Bless You! We love you so very much.
-- The Angels

Message From Ann

After working with angels nearly two decades, I've come a long way in learning to allow everything that arises with me to be expressed, at least in private. I rarely get mad anymore, but every now and then something triggers me. Instead of taking this out on anyone else, the angels have taught me to go to my journal and give myself permission to rant and rave, whether reasonably or not. And so I do. I let out all my feelings, whether rational, reasonable, or even justifiable on paper. I type and type and type and write the letters to souls, saying the things that I would never say in person. Inevitably what occurs after awhile is that I get a new perspective. I see what changes I must make in my own mind, my own life, or my own heart to return to love. I usually find compassion for myself and for anyone else involved. Like clearing pipes in which mud and dirt have built up, suddenly the clear feelings run through me like clear water.

The angels have also taught me to let go of my attachment to how others behave, think, and act, and to allow others to be as they are. If I do not like how a person is behaving, they've taught me to kindly ask them to change, or to learn to allow. They've taught me to either stay or move away from relationships depending on whether or not compromises and loving solutions can be reached. And in this way I've been able to avoid a lot of unnecessary drama, and wasted time. Others either belong in my life or they don't. I can either work things out with someone or I can't. All wishful thinking must be laid by the wayside and I must deal with the reality of the person in front of me. I have been taught to be impeccably honest - my own feelings, and to keep my opinions of those in front of me to myself unless they have asked me to share. It has taken a lot of practice, and a lot of really looking deeply at my own ego needs to finally be able to "live and let live."

I'll never forget a time someone near to me said they were concerned about my soul. They read one of my books and decided I needed to take religious classes to correct my perspective of reality. At first I tried to explain myself, but the angels told me to "stop seeking agreement," and simply come from the heart. I finally told this individual that I loved them but I was quite happy with my belief system. I told them that I would never presume to tell them what they should believe about life, and I requested that even if they could not agree with me, I was asking them to accept that I was choosing the path for my life that was right for me. If they could not do that, I kindly said I would not be a part of their life. We had a long discussion on the difference between acceptance and agreement,"II accept that what you choose is right for you, even if I do not agree." At long last we agreed to disagree, and to love rather than to have a need to be "right" in any ultimate sense of the word. It made continuing the relationship possible.

Years ago, I was crying over the fact that my family did not understand my new found mystical beliefs. I was praying, "God how do I get them to understand me?" Jesus showed up in my vision, clear as day. "Stop trying to get them to understand you," He said. He had my attention. The sheer power of His love made me stop crying. I listened. "They will understand your love," He said simply and then left. They will understand your love. That one statement changed my life. Now when I disagree with someone I attempt a dialogue. If not possible, I simply let them be, make a clear decision about whether or not I want them in my life "as they are," and choose to be loving and kind no matter what. In this fashion, I have finally found peace within. We all can...

Have a blessed and beautiful week,
Ann

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COBALT 28th July 2014 11:23 am

Beautiful! :angel:

withlove 5th August 2014 5:58 pm

Thank you so much for this most beautiful and divinely timed guidance. I've been reflecting having a loving perspective towards someone who is continually mean to me, but is not open to dialogue. And so it is, that I will 'let them be .. in the most loving way possible, whilst honoring my boundaries'.

Mandy

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Ann Albers

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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