Each December, I ask Archangel Michael for guidance concerning our next year. He usually gives me “themes” to expect in the new year, including suggestions for personal growth intentions and actions. The central theme for 2010 involves you taking personal risks which lead to spiritual growth and increased well-being and happiness as you practice, “To thine own self, be true.”
Feelings of sadness, shock, numb, low-energy, and anger are symptoms of post-traumatic stress. So are addictive behaviors, such as binge drinking and eating, attempts to block-out the pain of post-traumatic stress.
Indigo Children are often perfectionists, and they can be very hard
on themselves. They beat themselves up for every perceived
infraction. One of the reasons why they become aggressively defensive
when you scold them is that they're already painfully aware that
they've made a mistake.
Recently, as I was scuba diving, I heard the unmistakable sounds of the dolphins: a beautiful melody similar to children’s laughter. I swam in the direction of the sound, and looked up to the surface where a big pod of dolphins was diving near me. At first, I swam fast to join the pod. But they changed direction and swam away from me . . . fast! That’s when I realized that I was chasing them, and thereby chasing them away.
This week, in response to my prayers, I received visions and messages about the mechanics of how our reoccurring thoughts manifest into reality. This is so exciting, because the angels showed both the energetic basis AND the solution for reoccurring negative patterns!
Our dreamtime is often the most productive time to gain new spiritual growth and understanding. Many people have psychic dreams that foretell the future, or that give guidance about career, home, and family.
You can receive consistent and clear guidance while you sleep by inviting angels into your dreams.
We’ve experienced some intense energy so far this year. You’re being called to use all of the tools you can to stay peaceful, healthy, and happy. So, it’s essential that you DO take time each day for self-care.