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Angelic Meditation

With Rev. Alma Daniel
Music by Gerald Jay Markoe
Photographs by Marcia Lippman



Transcript

Feel yourself held gently, safely, snuggly, between heaven and earth. The comforting, nourishing earth energies of the Divine Mother rising up through your roots, your feet, your legs.The wise and confident energies of the sky--the Divine Father--pouring down through your crown.

As these energies begin to dance together, filling up your heart, your angel draws closer to you and you come into a grounded and centered state. From this balanced place, you can choose your purpose for this day.

Take a few moments to visualize the day ahead of you.

How would you like it to go?

See it unfolding just as you want it to. And now, choose the way you would like to be today--confident and capable, easy with yourself and the world around you.

Find a few words to describe the qualities you want to take with you into your day.


About the Meditation

Alma Daniel is an ordained minister and co-author of the best-selling book "Ask Your Angels."

Gerald Jay Markoe studied at the Juilliard and Manhattan schools of music. He is composer of numerous scores for film and theater, including the hit musical "Charlotte Sweet."

Marcia Lippman is a New York-based photographer who spends a great deal of time shooting photos in Southeast Asia for her book, "A Cup of Beauty."

"Morning" excerpted with permission from "Angelic Meditations" audiocassette by Alma Daniel and Gerald Jay Markoe, with music by Gerald Jay Markoe.

"Morning" music credits: "Melody of Angels" from "Sacred Music from Seven Stars," and "Melody from a Dream" from "Melodies from the Pleiades" by Gerald Jay Markoe.


TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:



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Mac Users: Requires a Power Mac (includes iMacs) running System 7.6.1 or later.
PC Users: Requires Windows 95, 98, or NT 4.0 and later.

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