Jan. 11, 2015
Jan. 11, 2015
June 22, 2014
An amazing thing happened this week: I re wrote my personal mission statement; change showed up immediately; and I’m amazed at the speed.
The Call That Changed My Mission
The caller was stating all the reasons she couldn’t do what the social worker was asking of her. As she spoke, stories of people who’ve been through hell and back floated through my mind.
Very little was being asked of this woman, yet she refused to even consider ways to meet these requests.
That evening, I asked God what I was doing to attract such calls: calls that didn’t allow me to fulfill my calling of providing information and guidance to those who are starting over after adversity strikes.
It seems I was confused about who I am to serve.
It seems that my people are doers, achievers and learners. They do what is asked of them and more. They understand and live by the Law of Compensation: what you give is what you get; what you withhold is withheld from you.
My people know that they have been successful and will be so again. What they are going through now is just a minor bump in the road.
They call me for the information and guidance needed to get through this road bump.
As I received this message, I accepted it immediately. I knew I was hearing truth.
All of my calls since then have been from people who seek wisdom and guidance and who don’t argue or fuss. When the call ends, I feel the caller’s peace.
Perhaps it is time for all of us to gain clarity about our mission, who we are to serve and the form that service is to take; perhaps it’s time that all of us help those we serve gain peace, and then, feel that peace within our Self.
It’s time to ask the angels for clarity of mission and who we are to serve.
Angels of All of Us
Angels of all of us,
We are grateful for all we have, and all we be and do. We give thanks that we are clear about our gifts and talents. We can name each one. We accept these gifts and talents.
We recognize that each of us is a genius in at least one area. We recognize that we are experts and masters of our gifts. We give thanks for this recognition and this mastery.
This knowledge of Self has brought us much peace; for that we give thanks.
Now we asked that we be given additional information: who are we to serve and how. We give thanks for this information.
We are grateful for the clarity this knowledge brings. We accept the change this knowledge might bring.
And so it is.
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Nov. 3, 2013
It doesn’t matter what new thing one desires to bring forth: a new government in Syria, or a new way to purchase health insurance in the United States, discouragement will appear.
Discouragement can be the greatest obstacle to achievement and success because it weakens and, sometimes, destroys individuals. Discouragement is not permanent or destructive unless you allow it to be.
One of the ways to counter discouragement is to constantly remind your Self of who you are really:
Add to your belief system:
Ask the Angels:
Angels of all of us, surround us in hope, faith, joy and the knowledge that we have surrendered to the highest good for our life. Uncover our confidence so that we know the idea we are supporting is part of this highest good. Allow encouragement to spread through each morsel of our being and our project, the birthing our idea.
This is Rev. Barbara. I speak and write this word for all who are open and receptive to it. I speak so that all of us will know the truth and that this truth sets us free.
Angels of all of us, hope, faith and joy bath each and every one of us. We feel and are encouraged. We surrender to the highest good for our life. We keep the habit of success, winning and achieving. We are in love with our Self, our project and all the Universe.
Thank you, angels of all of us, for your support, nurturance and aid.
Peace to all,
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