We’re still adjusting to the facial situation here at home.  So, for today our message comes from down the hall.

             (Tomorrow I’ll be back in the orthodontist’s chair, hopefully without as much pain as the past week has brought.  And maybe, I’ll even get to start eating “normally” again.)

"Receive Good Graciously"
Receive Good Graciously

“As you speak positive words and shine your light brightly, all your good thoughts come true before your eyes.  Today, we angels will work with you to help increase your receptivity to these manifestations.

You were raised to equate gifts with good behavior, so when they appear in your life, you wonder whether you deserve them.  However, if you hold guilt over past actions, you may feel unworthy of what comes to you and unwittingly push it away or ignore it.

Beloved one, these manifestations aren’t rewards any more than painful experiences are punishments.  The Divine doesn’t judge in categories of ‘good’ or ‘bad’ – rather, it responds to your energy – exactly as it does to everyone else’s.

When you allow yourself to receive, you make a powerful statement to the universe.  You display caring for yourself and everyone who’s inspired by you, sealing the process of manifestation.

Love comes full circle, from the seedling of a loving thought all the way to your gratitude when it appears on the physical plane.

Thought for the Month:

I open my arms to receive good graciously, knowing that I deserve it, just as all people do.  My gratitude for my gifts elevates everyone else, surrounding my manifestations with love.”

Today’s Resource:

Messages From Your Angles 2014 Calendar by Doreen Virtue

Today’s Gratitude:

is in thanks for the patient guy who married me 32 and a half years ago, for helping to find a variety of soft foods, and for eating things that I thought would be fine, but turned out, were absolutely not.





6 thoughts on “To Help and To Heal

  1. Happy Anniversary! Smoothies solve a multitude of problems, advil is good. I was fairly miserable the first week after getting mine on, but then after that, the adjustments only hurt for 24-48 hours. {{{hugs}}}

    No anniversaries right now, I was merely emphasizing how very long he’s been patient and accommodating.

    Thanks, I got the razor-edge band ground down today and a pointy wire trimmed off. Things are much better at the moment. And yeah, drinking a lot of my meals seems to be the future.

    9:11 p.m.

    1. and do you have wax? (ortho should hand it out for free.) I resisted using it for the first several months because it just seemed so gross. But it is a lifesaver. When I got to the point where the inside of my mouth looked like raw meat, I finally caved in and started using it. It is like bliss when you put it on.

      1. Wax was what kept me alive until I could get in to the office yesterday. I used nearly an entire box-worth, but then, I had to wait a week….. our schedules don’t always match up nicely.

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