Aug. 17. 2015
The call came at 1:30am. I’ve been expecting it. A friend who is 75 is in hospital due to a reaction to medications.
A few weeks ago when this person called to tell me all about his new medications and what they would do for him, he sounded too happy. He kept saying, “I have to go for some tests. In case something happens, I want you prepared.”
It was if he knew he wasn’t going to be with us much longer, and he was relieved and happy about it. He had had enough of this particular life experience and didn’t want to continue.
That times comes for each of us, the time when we have had enough of however we’re living , haven’t the energy or will to make changes and simply decide to leave.
I understand and respect the decision to leave the planet, to pass over, to die. However, there is a more interesting choice: decide to do whatever is necessary to live a long, healthy, happy and satisfying life.
This is, perhaps, a much more difficult decision. It is an intention that can be filled with difficulty and change.
For example, I’ve made the decision to not take medications but, instead, to make lifestyle changes to correct whatever is wrong with my body, mind and spirit.
This hasn’t been easy. What to change isn’t always apparent. Many times, the so-called experts aren’t experts. Certain changes make being with family and friends difficult.
So. I go the angels of all of us. I continuously ask for information and guidance.
Angels of All of Us
Angels of all of us,
I am grateful for your presence in and around my life. I am grateful for your support and nurturance. I give thanks for the ideas, information, people and energy you send my way.
It is my intention to live a long, healthy, happy and satisfying life. I thank you for the ideas and information you send that supports and empowers me to do that.
I am grateful for the people who show up who have a similar intention. I give thanks for my strong inner voice that encourages me to do what brings forth my intention and that alerts me to avoid what will delay or deny my intention.
I am thankful that my life is filled with what promotes happiness and contentment. I am grateful that I am clear about who I am and what I am to accomplish in this life experience; this alone brings peace and ease.
I am grateful that I know that I have an angelic shield about me protecting me from those that would do me harm. I go forth with courage and willingness to do what must be done to be healthy, happy and content with life and my experience in it. I go forth with clarity, ease, willingness and courage.
Thank you angels of all of us. Thank you for your help. Thank you for standing with me. Thank you for letting me feel your presence, see glimpses of you, so that I know that you are indeed in this experience with me.
And so it is.
Barbara S Lucas, PhD
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