Abundance

“I am filled with abundance.  Every aspect of my life is provided for.”

I read my angel card this morning and asked the Universe what I needed to know today.  I have been working once again on trying to finalize my divorce , attorney letters etc.  You know the things that bog your mind down and can put you in a spiral.  So I went for a run along the beach, music in my ears to clear my mind and re-align my thoughts.  Once back home it was time to ask for guidance and re-alignment.  The card I chose or was chosen for me was Words of Abundance. It says this:

You have the ability to instantly manifest abundance by choosing powerfully positive words.  Always describe your own and the world’s economic situation in loving and optimistic terms, and that is what you attract for yourself and others.

What will you manifest today?

Love and Light,

J9

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Good Feelings

My February mantra is

“Feeling Good Is My Priority”

What happens when you judged someone?  How does it make you feel? Are you angry, sad, mad?  Does these feelings hold you hostage? Come back to the light, see whatever it is that you are judging and release the toxins that are controlling you.  Let go of the ego and surrender to your inner guide.  Release yourself to spirit and come back to light.

I continue to use this practice to help me with my judgments on life as it unfolds everyday.  Try it out, you may enjoy the good feelings that surround you.

Love and Light,

J9

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day
February 14

Love, Cupid, hearts, chocolates, cards and flowers are everywhere–it’s Valentine’s Day! On February 14, Americans celebrate love and friendship. But where did this holiday of affection come from?

The origins of Valentine’s Day are murky. We do know that the ancient Romans celebrated the feast of Lupercalia, a spring festival, on the 15th of February. With the introduction of Christianity, the holiday moved to the 14th of February–the saint day that celebrated several early Christian martyrs named Valentine. But somewhere along the way, Valentine’s Day came to represent romance.

The romance we associate with Valentine’s Day may spring from the medieval belief that birds select their mates on February 14th. During the Middle Ages, human lovebirds recited verse or prose to one another in honor of the day. “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?” wrote William Shakespeare. And poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning expressed love this way:

How do I love thee; let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth and breadth and height
My soul can reach. . .

“Will you be my Valentine?” Nowadays, people often ask this of their loved ones in greeting cards. Probably the first greeting cards, handmade valentines, appeared in the 16th century. As early as 1800, companies began mass-producing cards. Initially these cards were hand-colored by factory workers. By the early 20th century even fancy lace and ribbon-strewn cards were created by machine. Perhaps you will give or receive a card today or celebrate your family or that special someone in another way. Valentine’s Day also gives people a chance to reflect on the meaning of love. What do you think makes true love?

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I say love EVERYDAY, it may be the only chance you get with that special someone.

Love and Light,

J9

 

Journeys of life

Journey of Life
Its your life, step into your journey

We live our lives never really living until someday something comes along that changes the course.  But choosing to live your life; the one that God planned for you is different than just living.
When you open your mind and heart to observe the world around you, changes will occur. The universe is open to suggestion and we have the power to control the outcome. Make a change, start new, pick a challenge, make a plan, write it down.  Its yours for the taking.  Enjoy your sunday!

Love and Light,

J9