My dear friends, we love you so very much.
Why waste your time on worry dear ones? It is a learned habit that unfortunately serves no purpose but nonetheless plagues a great many of you upon your planet earth. Children don't worry. They cry and expect to be cared for. Animals don't worry, they exist in the present moment surrendering to the instincts within them and the world around them. Humanity is unique in that it is the only species that feels as if fretting about the future is actually a way to demonstrate love and responsibility. It is in truth, a way you avoid responsibility, and a rather awkward demonstration of love at that.
We've said this so many times Your world operates according to the laws of vibration. Like sonar, you send out signals and receive the honest echo back into your lives. When you worry, you are sending out fearful signals. "I am worried that I cannot pay my bills," you say, all the while commanding the universe to make it difficult to pay your bills. "I am worried about my health," you say, all the while putting out signals that you are not supporting your own vibrancy. "I am worried about my children," you say while picturing them in woeful circumstances and surrounding them with fearful energies. Dear ones, if you could see the effects of your worry, you would see that worry is a weak poison in your lives and the lives of those you worry about.
Far better to say, "God I'm having trouble paying my bills. I don't know how but You do! I have faith that you love me. If I have something to learn, teach me gently, otherwise I know you will bring me my miracles!" Far kinder to yourself to say, "I'm scared about my health. Can you comfort me, and guide me to do and crave things that are healthy for this body?" Far better to say, "I love my children God. Uplift them, keep them safe, and if by some chance they are choosing tough lessons that will be hard for me to watch, comfort me and let me know how to best support them." Dear ones, put love into the world with your prayers. Don't poison your world and the world of others with worry. We know it is a habit so many of you have learned, and like any habit, it can take awhile to change, but we have faith in you, and we love you, and we are there to assist.
Truly dear ones, "Don't worry. Be Happy." You are loved. You are eternal. And your earth is just a school for the soul. Everyone eventually will find their way back home.
God bless you. We love you so very much.
–– The Angels
Message From Ann
I am grateful to have learned that worry is pointless. Last week my pool filter gave notice by starting to spit sand into the pool. Suffice it to say the repairs weren't cheap but I didn't worry. God has always found ways to pay my bills. I didn't spend a second fretting. I just gave thanks that the problem was discovered before my pool turned into a beach, and that I have a company that is family owned, honest, and good at what they do.
The same week my mom ended up in the hospital back in Virginia. After 66 hrs in horrid heat and humidity with no power her asthma combined with a sinus infection and she nearly stopped breathing. Again I didn't worry. I called her, got the facts, and go the prayers going. She had an amazing attitude. "Everything happens for a reason," she told me once she was able to talk again. I'm in good care. She is home now and still needs prayers for healing, but is doing much better. It would be easy to slip into worry. I am 3000 miles away and can't do much but my dad and brother are there for physical support and I know my work with mom lies in the other realms. I trust the process. It is all I can do.
My dog is aging too. She falls more often, sleeps a lot, and is not going to be here forever. I know this. But there's no need to worry because for now she is happy, smiling, snorting, and enjoying life. She is a great teacher too. When her little back legs give out, she just sits down, right where she's at and enjoys the view. Nine times out of ten, I come running and give her extra love so she actually enjoys the moment. She doesn't worry about when she'll get up or what the next moment brings.
This same week a dear friend who is going through a hard time spoke to me. She needed some time alone. Again I am not worried. God is with her and so are my prayers and healing energy. I am doing what I can to assist and surrendered that God will let me know if there is more.
So when you are worried, ask yourself, "What can I control and what is outside of my control?" "What am I guided to do, vs. what would I do out of panic and fear." Do what you can and do as you are guided then rest easy knowing that all else rests in God's arms. The less I try to control things I cannot, the easier my life gets, the more miracles occur, and the happier I feel. The illusion that we must be in control of everything leads to inevitable worries because we are not.
So worry not my friends. We are all in the loving arms of the creator, birthed and breathing because of that very love. There is really no greater truth.
Have a worry free week,
Love and hugs,