As children, what we find to be of comfort to us can be different from that same sense later on, as adults. Or, partly, anyway. The idea is the same, but the process and tools can change.
We all function better, no matter the circumstance, when we are living in a state of contentment. As opposed to fear or sorrow.
Whether it has to do with our own personal safety or that of our loved ones, to feel at ease is to have a basic (and livable) foundation on which to build.
How do we make sure that’s the case though? Today we are reminded of our choices and our own decision to make this journey of learning. We crafted a specific life, so if it’s not going well, we need to repair it.
And we need to do it with Security and Serenity in mind. Earlier, as I stood before our card altar, this was the direction I was sent. In aid and validation of our message (and connected to yesterday), here is where we can begin, or where we may continue.
‘Peace comes from remembering that only love is real.’
‘Look past the surface of this situation and see the underlying truth: that everyone involved is a beloved child of the Universe.
By focusing upon this truth, you elicit loving behavior and solutions.
Even though appearances may seem otherwise, trust that a higher wisdom is in charge. Love is the only power that exists, and its light shines away any seeming darkness.
Hold the intention to look for examples of this light within yourself and others, and you will have more light in your mind, heart, thoughts, and life. This knowledge is the foundation of peace.’
Working with Archangel Chamuel:
When you wish to feel more centered, calm, and peaceful, call upon Chamuel. He is the archangel of personal and global peace.
He’s very kind, loving, and sweet, and he will evoke a pleasant feeling of excitement when he works with you. Know that Chamuel sees your true qualities and loves you unconditionally.”
Archangel Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
is this view from my other new March page. (Be sure to click and enlarge, so you get to see the tiny boats.)
From my 2015 Old Farmer’s Almanac Weather Watcher’s Calendar we have this:
“Crepuscular rays are nearly parallel rays of scattered sunlight that emerge from gaps in clouds or other objects and alternate with columns of shadow. The rays appear to fan out because of perspective, just as a road seems to narrow toward the horizon. ‘Crepuscular’ means ‘relating to twilight;’ near dawn and near dusk are the best times for high-contrast displays.”