Saturday, May 03, 2014

A cooperative dance w/life

In the last 18 years I have learned to ask the angels for help with everything. When I feel rushed, I sit with them and ask for peace. When I have too much to do I ask for clarity, inspiration, and assistance in doing things efficiently. When I am tired I sit with them and ask for a refill. Unlike humans, they never tire of our requests. They have taught me that" Love loves to love." Who am i to get in the way?

Today I am enjoying an angel inspiration to grab my portable computer and do my office work at the local butterfly garden. There must be something going on with the timing. I kept trying to leave the house and I kept getting delayed. However, I am finally here, sitting here under a bamboo canopy, showered by mist with Costa Rican Blue Morpho butterflies skimming my head. Children are screaming and laughing with delight. Instead of thinking of the sounds as a distraction I revel in the energy of their joy.

As I write this a man passing by my spot accidentally steps on a butterfly who flew right under his foot. He feels terrible, so I offer a few words of comfort and ask the angels what to do. They tell me the butterfly is going to die so I offer a hand and the little one crawls on my palm for a final burst of love to help him release himself from the body. He passes quickly in the energy of my love. I then ask the angels to help the man who still feels very bad about this unfortunate accident. Another butterfly immediately lands on his shoe as if to say, "It is OK. God's creatures understand the cycles of life and death far better than you humans." The man gets the message.

I did not plan to write about this. I didn't even plan to leave my office today. But when I ask God and the angels for help in every aspect of my life, I enter into a Divine dance where I am blessed, even as I am able to assist others. And while my life is busy but peaceful at the moment, the angels have helped me in times when I had life threatening health conditions,when I was financially not sure how I would make it, and especially at times in the past when I was working through betrayals, disappointments, and abandonment. They've guided me to allow a broken heart to become a heart broke open wider. They've helped me see the root causes of my lack. They've taught me to live and let live, love and let love. They are there for you too.

So no matter how big or small the request, don't attempt to manage life on your own. Ask for help, and then when inspiring or joyful ideas arise, take action. I love living in a reality in which I exist in a cooperative dance with all of life. Best of all, it is there for all of us.

1 comments:

Steve Finnell said...

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How long does it take for a person to become saved? It takes as long as it takes to believe and be baptized in water.(Mark 16:16)

On the Day of Pentecost they believed and were baptized in water the same day. (Acts 2:22-38)

Cornelius, his relatives and close friends believed and were baptized in water the same day. (Acts 10:24-48)

The Ethiopian eunuch believed and was baptized in water the same day.(Acts 8:26-38)

Saul (the apostle Paul) believed and then was baptized in water three days later. (Acts 9:9 Acts 22:6-16)

The Philippian jailer and his household believed and were baptized in water the same hour. (Acts 16:25-33)

Salvation is an act of obedience. (John 3:16, Acts 2:38, Romans 10:9-10, Mark 16:16)

Salvation is not keeping the Laws of Moses nor is it the performing of good deeds.


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