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September 2009 Archives

I suggest we take a few moments out of our day and imagine ministering angels surrounding everyone affected by the tsunami in American Samoa.

I find it useful to just sit quietly with these images and imagine myself surrounded by the scents, the sounds and the feeling of the place. Breathe deeply and allow your spirit to be engaged.

Ministering angels are created each morning to bring gratitude, comfort and joy into the universe and are reabsorbed into the divine ethers every evening. These angels minister to any being in need of divine assistance.

People often ask me how to connect with angels so I thought I would share the story of my birthday hike and how the angles let me know they were there.

I find that the quality of life is vastly improved by the type of questions we ask ourselves.

Here is a teaching story I wrote years ago. The Grandmother and the children sat at the edge of a large stand of tall pine trees. She looked out over the land.

It is time to tune into some images again and let go of your mind and connect with the divine you.
It is time to tune into some images again and let go of your mind and connect with the divine you. This week I am sharing two images of angels from Beliefnet’s social networking site

A woman heard a knock on her door late one night. When she opened the door there were three glorious angles standing before her.

The Angel Museum in Beloit, Wisconsin is having a big event on Monday October 11th as part of Angel Awareness Day.

I ride my bike along the waters edge each day and see so many ordinary angels. I watch the parents walking with their young children, teaching them about life. I watched a young mother teach her young boy about kindness and gentleness while they feed the birds.

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