In today’s post, we’re blending.  This is going to be the perfect co-mingle of each needed part.  All from one place.

angel healing

“Give Us Your Worries  ~

‘To paraphrase one of your great leaders on Earth, there’s nothing to worry about but worry itself.  The weight of your troubles closes your heart to joy, and your constant nervous glances toward tomorrow’s horizon rob you of the enjoyment of the present moment.  Worry saps happiness from relationships and makes you feel and look old beyond your years.

You already know that being anxious is unhealthful and unhelpful.  You are also aware that concentrating on your worries can bring them into being through the law of attraction.  The solution is to form a spiritual partnership with us wherein you give us your concerns and we lift them away.

Anytime that you become conscious of anxious feelings, immediately think of us – your thought calls us to action.  You can then give us the energy of worry or whatever is triggering it; the results are identical.

When you hand us your troubles, your burden is lifted.  Not only does this reopen your heart to joy, it also lets light and fresh air into the situation so that it can be perfectly healed.’

Thought for the Month

I give any worries to the angels, calling upon them if I’m troubled about anything, small or large.

There is nothing that I should be concerned about; I just need to remember to ask them for help.

I am empowered as I work closely with heaven.  I can receive assistance with any situation – all I need to do is ask.”

Today’s Resource:

Messages From Your Angels 2014 Calendar by Doreen Virtue

3 thoughts on “Integrating

  1. Definitely needed the reminder about concentrating on my worries. Time to let them go!


    10:16 p.m.

  2. “… – all I need to do is ask.” It’s amazing how often this -doesn’t- get done. And everything I’ve read says this alone does wonders even if you’re not specific and even if it’s done with frustration. Need to remember to ask.

    I still cannot find Limeade Oreos. 😦 Found Lemon and Berry, but no Limeade.

    I found the Lemon tonight, and ………

    Root Beer Float flavored!

    (Which we couldn’t get this trip, but I’ll be going back for them later.)

    10:17 p.m.

    1. Upon hearing about root beer float flavored Oreos I had to start googling. O_o There are like twenty something flavors! And reviews all over the place (Banana Split seems to be the universal loser). You can tell how much money I -don’t- spend on store bought cookies. But Orange Cream and Candycane flavors certainly do rouse my interest!

      On my way to go look this all up now!

      10:52 p.m.

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