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Archangel Jophiel Offers You Blessings of Loving Kindness

September 25, 2010 Leave a comment

Archangel Jophiel assists you with dissolving negativity & will bring bright light into your situation. Visualize yourself surrounded by Divine Light.  Breathe in the presence of this holy loving light. Allow it to fill all the spaces and places with illuminated light, mercy, and wholeness to over come all obstacles. You are a powerful soul, filled with divine confidence and strength. Allow the pure radiant light to expand and fill your entire beingness with this divine powerful healing. Encased with this all knowing peaceful light, know you are LOVE and are infinitely LOVED! As you ride the waves of this truth, centering and merging completely with this deep utter knowing, may you be at peace with who you are…. divine holy ones!

All truth passes through three stages

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“All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” Arthur Schopenhauer German philosopher (1788 – 1860)

Angel Day Event

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Ask Your Angels Day

Angel Painting by the angel whisperer

Angel Painting by the angel whisperer

Psychic means of the soul or knowledge of the soul. Did you know Jesus was the greatest psychic medium ever? Jesus said, “He that believeth on me the works that I do shall he do also, and greater works than these shall he do,” and that “signs”, such as the healing of the sick, would follow them that believe.

A Day With Your Angels!

Meet Your Guardian Angel, Ask Your Angel(s) Some Questions, Get Guidance on Decisions and more.

A day to ask your Angels! Looking for guidance or healing? Maybe just curious? We would love to have you! There will be angel communicators, palm readers, sound healing, aura readers, angel books, psychics, psychic mediums, angel healers, channelers, reiki, energy healing techniques and much much more!!!!

No admissions fee!
Elburn Community Center
525 N. Main Street
Elburn, IL 60119

Join in on a day of fun with your angels! Click the website to find out more ElburnCommunityCenter.org

This event is to assist more people in becoming aware of and connecting with spirit, their angelic team of light as well as to learn about energy healing. We are energy beings and the whole world is made up of energy. Science knows this to be true.

You can learn to change your energy and increase your awareness. The power is within! It’s time to become aware of the true power you hold within. This year is all about owing your own mastery. Become masters of your energies with every thought, deed and action. Notice where you are today with your energy – are you spreading fear or love to the world? Love is healing!

Dear ones, it’s the perfect time to raise a huge light for world peace and enlightenment. This raise affects the consciousness of the planet and legions of angels will add their energy too.

SOLD OUT! Want to make sure you receive your time with Dr. Kelli?
Dr. Kelli’s readings for this event will be $1.00 a minute with a minimum of 15 minutes To pre-book for your free angel journal email assistant@theangelwhispers.org today. www.theangelwhispers.org

Reserve an appointment now! Dr. Kelli will be giving all pre-bookings a FREE copy of her Angel Journal, “The Angel Whisper’s Angel Journal.” A $19.95 value or Order Dr. Kelli’s – The Angel Whipserer’s Angel Journal here $19.95 Beautiful 286 page high vibrational Angel Journal with unique and uplifting angelic inspirations on each page!

This is your own personal journal to record the angelic vibrations, dreams, thoughts and feelings you may experience while tuning into your own vibrations and communicating with the angels throughout the universe and your own spiritual team as well.

To pre-book email assistant@theangelwhispers.org today.

This event is hosted by Denise from Inner-Harmony and The Elburn Community Center. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please email Denise at inner-harmony@live.com or ElburnCommunityCenter.org.

For Press Release Information and News Article see www.theangelwhispers.org under events.

Angel Healing Circle – Angel Circle

Dr. Kelli has been guided by her team of light to start an angel healing circle. The purpose of the Angel Circle is to help people connect and heal with the angels. The Angel Circle is designed to create a loving and tender space where people feel safe and can heal.

The circle will be held once a month in the St. Charles, IL local area and there will also be monthly tele-calls for people who may not be in our local area or who are unable to join us in person. I look forward to serving you in this way! www.theangelwhispers.org or join our meet up group here: Angel Healing Circle

The Seven Fundamentals of the Master Secret: Happiness is the Secret

The Seven Fundamentals of the Master Secret: Happiness is the Secretopen doorway
by Eldon Taylor

What is success? Have you ever wondered why it is that for some, everything works, and for others, nothing works? Why is it that two people can have essentially the same opportunities, but one person be happy and the other one miserable? Is it not, therefore, happiness that constitutes the true meaning of success?

Success is happiness! Truly successful people are happy, and when you are happy and whole in yourself, all good things follow. Where then do happiness and wholeness come from? How does a person who experiences frustrations in life become whole? Can personal wholeness provide happiness, improve self-esteem, and lead to riches and fame, peace balance and harmony? Can relationships with family, friends and associates be improved because one person assumes the responsibility to be personally whole, takes the initiative to exude joy and happiness, seizes the opportunity to empower his or her own life by using the secret of the ages? The answers to all these questions lie in the seven fundamentals of the master secret.

Fundamental 1

The first fundamental is you – the absolutely awesome and incredible you! Not the you of self-doubt, not the you that fears rejection or failure, not the you that questions your abilities, but the real you! Those other “yous” are not you. They are synthetic yous built upon limited and false notions of who you are and what you may become. For most of us those false notions originate as we mature. In our very early attempts to achieve acceptance, we often trade off our real selves. The desire to be loved is so strong that many of us give up love or respect for ourselves in order to obtain security. That trade-off never works, because what we are insecure about in the first place exists within ourselves.

Happiness is a state of mind. The kingdom is within. The real you is a higher you, a higher power that resides within you or is available to you whenever you ask or seek. The fact is, it is your birthright to manifest the glory of the incredible you. You absolutely have the power and ability to experience all the bounties of life, to experience many literal miracles in your life — for you yourself are a miracle, and all that you are or can ever be is a gift!

So the first fundamental is you. The power resides within you. No one else can do it for you. Your thoughts are reflections of your expectations. What has been sown in your subconscious mind is what you reap. Doubt produces failure, fear yields anger, and belief in limitation is the greatest of all self-fulfilling prophecies.

Fundamental 2

The second fundamental is that thoughts are things. The thoughts we have reveal the beliefs we have about ourselves.

Listen to how we talk to ourselves. Is the language from the inside reflecting optimism, or is it filled with negative and self-limiting ideas?

What you expect is what you get. Science refers to this phenomenon as the Pygmalion effect. It is a fact: if you expect the worst, you get it. And some of us must love it, because we keep on getting it! Oh, we may complain about it, we may yell and scream when it happens, but what do most of us do about it? Most of us speak and act as though there is absolutely nothing we can do about it. After all, isn’t life full of “normal” events that produce “normal” responses? Isn’t it normal to become angry for being cut off in five o’clock traffic? Isn’t it normal to become fearful when the boss speaks harshly? Isn’t it normal to be frustrated with a child’s lack of respect or self-responsibility? Isn’t it normal to become stuck or just fed up?

Such reactions may be normal, but are they appropriate or conducive to happiness? Has anger ever produced a peaceful sense of harmony within you? Has it ever solved a problem or led to anything other than more anger, guilt, and feelings of being out of control? Such reactions may be normal, but another word for normal is average, which can be defined as the best of the worst and the worst of the best. Neither end of this definition is the highest best of who you really are.

You are your thoughts. You manifest your thoughts, your subconscious beliefs, in everything you experience. Do you believe you deserve happiness, wholeness, and success? You must truly know at all levels of your being that all good things are yours in order for them ever to be yours. You create your own realities. Events are not pivotal points in your life, you are the pivotal point in your life. When your thoughts are in agreement with your desires, your desires will magically materialize.

Fundamental 3

The third fundamental is to forgive and let go. That idea may be a bit startling at first, but think about it for a minute. Do you consider yourself to be a victim? A victim of your circumstances? Or are you willing to assume responsibility for who you are? There are two ways to be tied up in the world. One is to be tied, literally, by someone else and the other is to tie yourself, figuratively, by refusing to let go of beliefs that limit your expression of the whole and complete being you are. In other words, as long as you displace responsibility by blaming someone or something for who and what you are, you remove from yourself the power to be anything other than partial and incomplete.

All behavior is the result of choice. Sometimes our choices are made at an unconscious or a subconscious level. For example, we choose to avoid conflict by repressing our true feelings. Later our true feelings become so strong that we can no longer suppress them, and some small incident triggers an overkill response. That is a reactive model — we have lost control. When we assume responsibility for every aspect of our lives, we get in touch with our deepest fears and feelings. The power we gain over our former, reactive behavior, provides us with the ability to respond appropriately to all stimuli. That is a proactive model — we are always in control.

It has been said that the highest act of consciousness is inhibition – inhibition of animal stimulus-response conditioning. When we accept responsibility for our every thought and action, we empower ourselves by performing the highest act of consciousness: inhibiting the animal stimulus-response reaction. But that means we no longer have anyone to blame.

In fact, as long as we blame, we effectively eliminate our ability to grow, to be in control, or to experience peace, balance, and harmony. Power to grow resides in forgiveness. Forgiving and letting go will set us free. Forgiving everyone, including ourselves, provides the opportunity to become more than we have been, which for many is but a mere shadow of our real selves. And the irony of all this is that most of us know that we are much more than we have acted out our lives to be!

Fundamental 4

The most powerful force in the world is love. Love cancels fear. Fear is the only obstacle that must be overcome in order for all of our experiences to take on new dimensions of meaning and joy. This love is not romantic love between lovers but the unconditional love that we give our children. We are all children in some relative stage of development, learning how to live in joy and happiness. When we truly understand this truth, it becomes easy to forgive another of acts that are selfish and self-centered — and forgive ourselves, as well. “Above all else, respect thyself,” said Pythagoras. In order to love others, we must first love ourselves. We cannot pour from an empty container.

Contemporary studies of behavioral dysfunctions ranging from learning difficulties to criminal activity indicate one common denominator: low self-esteem. Low self-esteem grows out of fear of rejection — rejection by a loved one, an employer, a stranger, anyone who might laugh at our efforts or who would misunderstand or disapprove. On the other hand, high self-esteem grows out of self-acceptance. Self-acceptance is self-love. Self-esteem comes from self-love. We cannot love anyone unless we love ourselves.

Fundamental 5

The fifth fundamental is that acceptance is mastery. Loving unconditionally suggests accepting others as they are. Furthermore, loving unconditionally suggests accepting yourself as a whole and complete being on the journey of learning we call life.

Acceptance, love, and forgiveness are as necessarily interrelated as each side of a triangle is to the triangle as a whole. Acceptance is the natural process we knew as children. When light faded into night, each of us accepted that this just was the way it worked, and we learned to live accordingly. As we grew older we began to manipulate our world by means of electricity. Some things in the world can and even should be manipulated to our benefit — turning the dark into a bright space by flipping a light switch may be one of them. But there are other elements in our environment over which we have absolutely no control, nor should we. Attempting to change other people into what we want them to be by manipulating them is what many of us have spent our lives doing.

The best way in which each of us can influence our environment is in our presence of being. When we accept other people for who and what they are, we have taken the first step toward accepting ourselves and contributing to the improvement of any condition or situation. Krishnamurti once stated that “you are the world.” When we reflect peace and joy from an inner level of being, the world mirrors it back to us. When we judge, condemn, hate, lust, and so on, the world shows us these qualities. The world is a mirror, for the principal function of the world is to provide us the opportunity to learn.

What we resist we often become. What we like least in another is almost always a reflection of something in ourselves. When we love and accept ourselves, we love and accept others. Each individual who comes into our lives is a teacher. Each has something to contribute to our learning. We in turn have something to contribute to their learning. When viewed from this perspective, our every transaction with another individual transcends the limitations of manipulation.

The fifth fundamental has been called the Golden Rule. Treat others as though they were you, and treat according to the best you there is, and the rest just happens. What goes out is what you get back. Just as the story in the Bible of the prodigal son teaches us that God has already accepted and forgiven us, so this fundamental suggests that for many of us the least of our brothers and sisters has been ourselves! Accepting and loving ourselves provides the ability to accept and love others, just as accepting and loving others provides the ability to accept and love ourselves.

Fundamental 6

Martin Luther King once said, “I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be, and you can never be what you ought to be until I am what I ought to be.” He went on to say that the mutually related network of reality is the fabric of the human condition.

The sixth fundamental, then, is interdependence, the principle that each of us is an aspect of the whole. Each of us invites respect or disrespect according to what we give others, all others. Down through the ages this concept has been given many labels, including the popular label karma. In law it is called reciprocity. What we sow is indeed what we reap.

Interdependence means individually assuming responsibility for any condition that is contrary to the quality of humanness in its highest form and then acting to produce, out of the condition or situation, balance and harmony for all. That is not to say that we take up causes and then shove them down someone else’s throat. It is to say that we can work in harmony through example and right action to produce an environment that is loving and nurturing for all.

Many people operate in a codependent manner. Their method of assuming responsibility is to manipulate others by placing blame, finding fault, or assuming a contractual posture that goes like this: “If I do this, will you…?” or, “If you loved me, you would…” or, “Don’t you feel sorry that I feel…” or, “You need me to…,” and so on. Codependence is manipulating another person to provide you with security, sensation, and power. If someone else cannot live or function without you, then your self-worth has been validated — and vice versa. A codependent is a victim, a victim both of his or her surroundings and of other people. The need to control another person is a classic symptom of codependency. Codependency grows out of insecurity. All insecurities are externally oriented. The codependent sees stimuli through the lens of expectation. Expectation is a contract that goes like this: “I will behave this way, if you behave this way;” or, “If you behave that way, I will behave that way.” The fear of unfulfilled expectations gives rise to internal conflict.

Happiness is a state of being. It exists moment to moment in the eternal now. If happiness doesn’t exist, conflict takes its place — even if the conflict is only the difference between what we think we should be experiencing and we are experiencing. In other words, when we have what we desire, we experience joy. Furthermore, when what we experience is unconditional, as opposed to contractual, then we experience only joy.

Insecurity fuels fear, and fear is a very creative force. What we fear most is therefore very often what we create as our experience. Instead of accepting what is, we project what might be or lament what might have been. We are responsible only for ourselves individually. We must be whole before any event in our lives will be. Therefore, true interdependence assumes the role of “fixing” oneself.

Fundamental 7

The seventh fundamental is the culmination of all the fundamentals of success. That culminating principle is this: Do it now. This is a world of action, not procrastination. For anything to change, you must do the changing. Nothing happens until you make it happen! Only you can do it for you.

If the world was a world of theory, then none of us would be here. Nothing in this world stands still or waits. No action is inaction and all inaction is action. The form and the function are the same. Live with the awareness that God’s presence exists in all!

(Note: This article was originally published in MIND BODY SPIRIT. For a free catalog of the authors books and tapes, Email: innertalk@innertalk.com or phone toll free: 1-800-964-3551). For more information click here

Ask Your Angels Day

Join us for a day of Angel FUN!AskYourAngelsDAY

Meet your guardian angel, ask your angel(s) some questions, receive guidance on decisions and more with Dr. Kelli – The Angel Whisperer – Visionary, Author, Psychic Medium, Healer, Spiritual Teacher, and Inter-dimensional Channel.

Searching for answers? Want to connect with your angels or guides for inspiration? Dr. Kelli is the author of “Angels are Always All Around You”, “The Angel Whisperer’s Journal” and The Angel Whisperer’s Angel Comfort Cards.

Dr. Kelli works with the angelic realms, the ascended masters, council of light and many other Divine beings of light working in the spirit of love and oneness. Her powerful, healing abilities channel celestial light energy directly into your physical being, giving you the opportunity to experience the celestial light for yourself. She uses her Divine connections to the angelic and spiritual realms to channel information for healing and guidance as needed.

She has spent all her life speaking with her angels and spirit friends. Starting when she was a small child she would have flashbacks of previous lifetimes, dreams that would come true, see auras around people, etc. After her near death experience she finally embraced her spiritual gifts and now assist others on their own path to truth.

Immerse yourself in Divine Love! Open your heart and deepen your relationship with your divine higher self and spiritual team. Unfold and detach from any fears and unworthiness that prohibit you.

Want to make sure you receive your time with Dr. Kelli?
Reserve an appointment now. Dr. Kelli will be giving all pre-bookings a copy of her Angel Journal, “The Angel Whisper’s Angel Journal.” A $19.95 value.

To book now email: Admin@theangelwhispers.org or visit the website at www.theangelwhispers.org

Ask Your Angels Day
Elburn Community Center
525 N. Main Street
Elburn, IL 60119
Phone: Laurie at 630-365-6655

www.elburncommunitycenter.org

We will have palm readers, aura readers, psychics, mediums, sound healing, energy techniques, channeling, reiki, and much much more!!!!

If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please email Denise at inner-harmony@live.com

10 Ways to Bring Meaning to Your Life

10 Ways to Bring Meaning to Your Lifelightshine

1. For 5 minutes: Whatever you are doing, just do it slightly slower. At work we are all given tasks to do. One time per day, for 5 minutes do that task a little bit slower. Do not do the task in slow motion, or take breaks from the task, simply do it a little bit slower.

2. Take 5 minutes at lunch to notice what you’re eating . You can actually do this at an meal, or anytime you eat. You are going to notice what your food looks like, how it smells, feels, and tastes. As you pick up your food, notice the texture of it, is it bumpy, smooth, wet? Notice what you smell. As you take it in your mouth notice how it feels in your mouth, notice the tastes that are coming out of it, how your teeth break it down. As you swallow it, notice it going down your throat. Do the same with the drink.

3. Take 3 minutes to just sit and notice your breath . Sit in a place of your choice, could be behind your desk, or anywhere. Close your eyes. For 3 minutes simply pay attention to your breath. For these 3 minutes your breath gets your undivided attention. If you notice yourself thinking about something, even the thought “why am I doing this stupid exercise”, just notice that your’re thinking that and then gently bring your attention back to your breath.

4. Wash the Dishes. If you’re not used to doing dishes , there will be many benefits to this one. As you begin to wash the dishes, notice the texture of the plate and the warmth of the water on your hands. Inhale and notice if there is any scent. Listen to hear the rush of the water or any other sounds that are happening around you. Not only will you be able to practice being in the moment, but many of your family and friends will be thrilled with you.

5. Take a Bath or Shower. Preferably a bath if you have one, but even with a shower, you can take your moment in the shower or bath to feel the warmth of the water or feel how your body is immersed in the water. How does your skin feel? Do you notice any smells? Is your hair wet. Just be in the moment and notice all your senses….breathe.

6. Make Love Slightly Slower for a few moments . As you are making love to your significant other, take a moment to purposely move slightly slower. As you do this begin to mentally feel over all parts of your body. How your skin feels when touching his/hers, how are you breathing? Are you sweating? Is there a scent in the air. Take a moment and really be there making love.

7. Smell a flower for an extra breath . This one I love. Often times I will be passing by a flower and if I remember to smell it, I take an extra inhalation to really get the full experience of the scent. You will be surprised how much that extra inhalation makes a difference in the experience.

8. Be Silly. I’m serious;). Being silly allows your creative juices to flow and your creative juices is what life is all about. Letting yourself be silly can also be very relaxing and create joyful situations that are full of meaning.

9. Write a letter to someone close to you… Telling them how much you appreciate them. This is not a new idea by any stretch yet it is always worth mentioning since it is so meaningful. A letter that that person will always cherish.

10. Remind yourself that you are a miracle . This may be the most important. How they heck did any of us get here? When we break it down to nanotechnology and quantum physics, scientists are stumped to figure out the great mystery of us physically being here and interacting and creating symbols and concepts and communicating.