Some prizes are harder to find than others. But when we stay on our path, do the work, and continue forward, we really do get rewarded.
Is the journey difficult at times? Absolutely. Are there barricades, detours, and bad roads along the way? Without a doubt. In fact, sometimes it feels as though our search is never-ending.
Fortunately, this is not the case. We will all win. We will all come Home. We will all see how very worthwhile each step and stumble and triumph really is/was. And that’s what I was shown this morning.
All we need to do is …….
just keep going.
We can’t know, right now, how long any of it will take. How far we’ll have to travel, or who we’ll encounter on our way. But we CAN be certain that it’s worth it. All of the good and bad, are worth it.
To validate this message today, I was directed out of our regular rotation around the card altar. We needed to hear from, and absorb deeply, this particular card.
‘Take several deep breaths, and exhale slowly to awaken your energy and to release old patterns.’
‘Often during times of stress, you may unconsciously hold your breath. Yet, as you know, breath is essential to oxygenating your mind, body, spirit, and very life.
Write a note to yourself to breathe, as a reminder of the importance of invigorating yourself with deep and steady breaths. Make trips to places where fresh air is plentiful.
You’ll also notice an increase in air quality when you’re near water, such as the beach or a lake. Even taking a shower or bath puts you in touch with the positive ions associated with water and air.’
Working with Archangel Raphael:
. . . . . he is known as the healing angle in charge of physical healing for all living beings. Often Raphael gives us Divine guidance (intuition, thoughts, ideas, dreams) about how we can participate in keeping our bodies healthy.
When you call upon Raphael for healing, pay attention to inner impressions, and be sure to follow through upon guidance that calls you to take action.”
Archangel Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
is a sign. It was in our neighbor’s yard, next to the mailboxes. When I crossed the street, I walked straight up to it.
The day before I spotted this, I had been wondering why there were no feathers around lately. Thanks, Universe, I promise, we’re listening.