Have you noticed how much we've changed in the past few years, with various movements bringing awareness and a voice to those who have largely been ignored?
Problems arise when we think of ourselves as separate from victims and perpetrators.
My belief is there is no separation, we are ONE. And while this may not be a popular opinion, I believe we choose on a soul level to be the catalyst for change.
Globally this perception that we are separated by race or any other difference between us, does not reflect my value of equality.
As human beings, we can stand by or take a stand.
While there may be a desire to judge, we all play a role in what is happening in our world, whether directly or as a witness to it.
We can make a difference in our actions and reactions to what we know is an injustice, not just with current events, but with all acts that display inequality.
Every week I offer you a message from your Angels. It's very simple. Invite your angels to guide you to either MESSAGE 1, 2, or 3.
Our messages this week are about transformation. Where are you transforming? What are you transforming into? How are you changing in your life? What is changing in your life? Whats your next step? We're going to ask our angels for guidance on this vibration of transformation because it could very well be impacting all kinds of different areas of your life right now.
Let me know how the messages speak to you in the comments below and please share and pass on the ANGEL'S LOVE to your friends by gifting them with a message too. I'm sure they would love to have an Angel Message. Thank you!
You can move along to your choice:
MESSAGE 1 -- 2:32
MESSAGE 2 -- 5:38
MESSAGE 3 -- 8:34
Let me know in the comments below if the messages resonated with...
Last night, I watched a wonderful episode of a Netflix series focused on Queen Elizabeth's life and service to her country called The Crown. This show revealed how she was criticised for not keeping up with the times. The man who launched the attack also came under scrutiny, but his intent was not to belittle the Queen. He wanted to save the monarchy and help it to transform. As a consequence, his recommendations were put into effect and the way the Queen and the Royal Family were and are perceived changed.
Change can be difficult. Louise Hay once said that, "people would rather die than change!" An ironic statement as death is yet another form of change.
Something I've noticed is our changing views on religion and how we're awakening to a new energy of belief. I'm not sure what to call this. It feels like we're taking charge of what we believe in and it doesn't...