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Angels on Your Shoulder

Traditionally on March 1st the Romans celebrated the festival of Matronalia in honor of the goddess Juno.
This celebration was geared towards prayers and offerings for a happy
marriage and traditionally husbands gave presents to their wives. Juno was called the goddess who brings children to light, the goddess of childbirth.

Women who traditionally were required to wear their hair bond up would wear their hair down and attend ceremonies at the temple celebrating all of life and their ability to give life. What would you like to give birth to in your life? What would like to bring into the light of day?


Imagine being surrounded by angels giving flight to your deepest dreams and desires. See them infusing your life with their love and light.

Today is a day to celebrate the birth of your true self. Perhaps call your mother or take time to say a prayer of thanks for the gift of your life.

With love and aloha,
Susan

Angels are everywhere just open your mind and your heart to the signs.

Make Angels on Your Shoulder part of your daily routine and share it with a friend!

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