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Are you spiritually awake?

I have been thinking about what it means to be spiritually awake and have not yet figured out what that means.  I have been flitting from one Internet site to another looking for information that will explain exactly what spiritual awakening is all about.

The closest I came to finding an answer talked about being a Christian and all that has to it.  But, being a Christian is only a very small part of what it means to be spiritually awake.  One site talked about the attributes of a spiritually awake person in a paper titled The Purpose of Life is Spiritual Growth.  I can agree with this statement but still it is only a title to a paper.  Within the paper it gives a statement about the fact that there are two types of people in this world. 

How many of you would describe yourself as being a materialistic person with all the characteristic of that kind of a person?  Very few of you I’m sure, but do you not display those kinds of attributes from time to time?  You could say: “I’m only normal,” and you are.  We all present to the world both kinds of mannerisms and we are both materialistic and spiritual people. Some of us believe that we are more spiritual than the other, and that’s OK.

Now, what can we do to become totally spiritually awake? Well, I think that the description above of the spiritual-minded person tells all.  We can be that kind, generous and loving person we claim to be 24/7.  It only takes a little mindfulness to make it so.  Keeping in mind those attribute that make us a spiritual person.

I want to be a totally awakened spiritual person and I want you to awaken also.  We can change this world from being totally materialistic to be spiritually oriented world in 2015.  2015 will be a year of change, a transitional world into the higher aspects of the spiritual life.  You and I can be a part of that.  We only have to make up our minds to be so by promoting to the world that we are indeed a spiritually awaken person.

All of the above questions about spirituality have their answers in a positive “Yes”.  True spirituality has its place in everything we do, day in and day out.  We are all spiritual beings here on this earth and it is one of our goals to find God and practice his teaching in the best way we know how.  We are here to search the ‘scriptures’ to find the teachings that best express our spiritual understanding and to evolve spiritually.

The other day, I went to a gathering of people of like mind and we talked about John Paul II, the former Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.  One man talked about how John Paul came to him in a dream and healed him of his illness.  It was a very moving experience for the man because he was still emotional as he told us about his experience.  How can anyone really know if a dream is real or not?  I cannot answer that question because it just happens even though there are billions of people in this world who have had similar dreams.  The sceptic would scoff at the idea of a dead man coming to a person in his dream and healing them. Many other people wish that something like that would happen to them.

Spirituality is practicing our belief in God, and practicing our belief in Jesus and his teachings.  Spirituality is something that takes place within us and it shows in our life.  We can't help showing how our love for God, Allah, Buddha, Jesus affects us.  It is something that really cannot be explained, but must be ‘experienced’ to comprehend.  It shows in the face of a person who literally ‘glows’ saying: “I’m a believer.”

Rev. Ron Koch


Spiritualism – moral or religious?

Some believe that spiritual is to belong to the church ecclesiastical: lords spiritual and temporal.  Others believe that spiritual is on, or consisting of spirit or spiritualist, supernatural or spiritual.  So is the spiritual seat of moral or religious nature.  Spiritual is that relating to sacred things or matters; religious devotion sacred.  Spiritual is that is on the mind or intellect.  While we refer spiritual as more spiritual, most spiritual, less spiritual or least spiritual, it means the soul having no body, form, or substance. 

The scope of spiritual and spiritual growth is very wide. Spiritual growth refers the personal spiritual development, to develop higher awareness or to develop higher consciousness.  Spiritual Growth is the enrichment of one's personal spiritual beliefs through many different means, such as meditation, prayer, positive thinking, virtuous acts and enlightenment.  Spiritual growth is a way to integrate spirituality to a higher and higher degree in our daily live.

We can compare human development with the achievement in a particular activity like in economics, accounting etc.  This is self growth that we learn from schools and civilisation.  Self growth automatically acts according to these rights without having to think about it.  We refer to this ability in the spiritual growth as awareness or consciousness. Spiritual growth means developing this ability further.  We can compare the human development and the achievement of brilliance in a particular activity.  It is self growth of individualism.  The spiritual growth is of fundamental rights of existence without having to think about it.  Spiritual growth means developing the ability to invoke awareness or consciousness on inner self. 

We can use the growth model to represent our spiritual level of consciousness or level of consciousness. We can clearly perceive all that is the sphere, with our common sense and spiritual growth.  Outside the sphere of awareness (consciousness sphere) the brightness of our spiritual growth is not enough.  The further away something of our sphere of spiritual growth, it is less easy to perceive the spiritual growth.  Personal spiritual growth is personal development to enlarge the sphere of consciousness.  As such, personal spiritual growth is an integral part of our goal of life. 

We constantly hear people talk about the selfishness and soul as if they were interchangeable.  Self growth refers to the vehicle by which the selfishness manifested in separation.  Spiritual growth refers to the vehicle by which the consciousness manifested in unity.  Unity is the key note of the spirit.  When we pass from spiritual growth in intellectual development at a time we are in the midst of separation. 

Facing our own intellectual nature, to which the word ‘soul’ must be limited, we both notice, as they say, the principle of the separation.  In the growth of our intellectual nature, we become increasingly aware of the separation of selfishness.  This gives rise to all our ideas about the separate existence, separate property of self growth. 

It’s the nature of spiritual growth which transforms all the great mysteries of world religions. 

GS Virk


Spiritual eBooks

When we think of philosophical questions a lot of intriguing thoughts pass through our head.  Thinking about mankind’s existence and our purpose in the world compels us to explore top books on spirituality.  Our past is full of mysteries and discovering the answer becomes important to understand the purpose of our existence.  This is the reason we turn to spiritual eBooks.  Seeking answers to questions that has led to the development of human beings is important to understand the meaning of every person living on this earth.

Exploring the subject of each book would be beneficial before you decide to buy top books on spirituality.  Since each of the philosophical subject matters differ from one another it would be essential for you to determine which subjects interests you immensely.  The different subject matters explored in spiritual eBooks are:

The concept of self: One of the most widely explored subject matter by authors of this category is the research on discovering who we are.  Many of them believe that we are merely puppets acting in the way God has predestined us to act in.  Some of the others feel that we are our own lord, our path has been designed by us and therefore we must live with our consequences.  Then there are other writers who explore the origins of mankind and whether we exist because of some other supremacy.

The belief of God: Spiritual eBooks contain a lot of information about the type of God we believe and if there is any truth to the image human beings have created for the Almighty.  The question of his existence in the world or above the world we live in is important.  Some writers tend to attend to these mystifying questions to give you better understanding of each and every notion.

The purpose of our life: Uncovering the truth about the purpose of our life and how can we fulfil our role is another of the important concepts delved into by writers of top books on spirituality.  Why do we do what we do and how will it contribute to existing peacefully in the universe makes us wonder about the reason of our life.

There are many novelists who have written spiritual eBooks on the subject matter.  Choosing the right one and reading about his thoughts can help you understand the mysteries of life better.  Every one of them has a different style of writing.  You should look for a book that deals with personal experiences and is relatively based in a simple and pure manner.

Most of the people have the inclination to quote from religious books about every happening in their life.  This could be useful for people who have been unaware about how religious texts help us to lead an enlightening life.  Life is all about thinking and connecting with your inner being.  If your soul and your outer shell cannot coexist peacefully then there is a need to revise the way you live.            

Gian Kumar


A time to believe     

To believe is to know that every day is a new beginning.  It is to trust that miracles happen and dreams really do come true.

To believe is to see angels dancing among the clouds, to know the wonder of a stardust sky and the wisdom of the man in the moon. 

To believe is to know the value of a nurturing heart, 
the innocence of a child’s eyes and the beauty of an aging hand, for it is through their teachings we learn to love.

To believe is to find the strength and courage that lies within us, when it is time to pick up the pieces and begin again. 

To believe is to know we are not alone, that life is a gift and this is our time to cherish it.

To believe is to know that wonderful surprises are just waiting to happen, and all our hopes and dreams are within reach.  If only we believe.

Michael James Reidy


The law of attraction

A little known piece of information concerning the law of attraction is that its affects apply not only in the physical world but also in the next world.  This is a metaphysical truth.  It is so because of the law of correspondence.  The law of correspondence specifies that what happens on the physical plane must also take place on the etheric plane.  This law is referenced in the Bible as ‘on Earth as it is in heaven’. 

Another famous saying is: ‘As above, so below.  As within, so without.’   This ancient mystical saying is attributed to the teachings of Hermes Trismegistus.  It was made known to the public by the mysterious author of the book - The Kybalion.  The law of attraction and the law of correspondence are universal laws, meaning that they apply to what I call the multiverse.

The multiverse encompasses both the physical universe and the invisible universe.  Some universal laws such as the law of polarity apply only to the physical world, since labels such as ‘good’ and ‘bad’ and ‘happy’ and ‘sad’ are human concepts.  Human concepts are not applicable to the invisible world.  Some metaphysicists would argue against this.  In any case, the law of correspondence specifies that whatever happens on this plane must also occur in the next.  Therefore, the law of attraction must work in both worlds.

Many of us are familiar with the tenets of the law of attraction.  Thankfully, this universal law was made known to the world through effort people like Rhonda Byrne who wrote The Secret.  The law of attraction carries out and fulfils that which is demanded by law of correspondence.  So if a person has a thought that he or she would like to own a certain house, not only will that house manifest for the person in this world, an energetic duplicate of that house will materialise somewhere in the next world.  In fact, prior to becoming physical, a thought form of the house will appear first.

What’s interesting about this process is the fact that it draws spirits and other extra-dimensional beings to you; just it attracts other people to you on this plane.  For example, my thoughts attract a certain spirit who was a prominent writer in his former life.  He provides me with the material for my books and articles.  This information comes to me intuitively.  When I have strong thoughts about my material he shows himself.  Occasionally I see him as what I can only describe as ‘lines’. 

Recently, I was having a discussion with my companion about my metaphysical theories at a restaurant when I saw these distinctive lines.  That was an unusual place for my spirit helper to appear.  When this happened I realised that my conversation brought him to me at that location.  He does appear at other times, like when I am around a medium.  However I am sure that my thoughts telepathically draw him to me.  It’s like a spirit entity experiences an irresistible pull in the direction of the person generating the unique thought vibrations. 

Anyone can attract spirit helpers to themselves by focusing intently on the spirit’s appearance.  Be ready to receive instructions from the spirit helper.  This amazing summoning technique is best done before going to sleep or upon awakening in the morning.  It can also be performed in meditation.  The reason for this is the relaxed state we are in at those times.    Eventually you will intuitively know when your spirit helper is with you.  Be patient with this process.  Impatience only thwarts your efforts. 

David Almeida



We all want to feel happy, and each one of us has different ways of getting there.  Here are 10 steps that you can take to increase your joie de vivre and bring more happiness into your life.

1. Be with others who make you smile.  Studies show that we are happiest when we are around those who are also happy.  Stick with those who are joyful and let rub off on you.

2. Hold on to your values.  What you find true, what you know is fair, and what you believe in are all values.  Over time, the more you honour them, the better you will feel about yourself and those you love.

3. Accept the good.  Look at your life and take stock of what’s working, and don't push away something just because it isn’t perfect.  When good things happen, even the very little ones, let them in.

4. Imagine the best.  Don’t be afraid to look at what you really want and see yourself getting it.  Many people avoid this process because they don’t want to be disappointed if things don’t work out.  The truth is that imagining getting what you want is a big part of achieving it.

5. Do things you love.  Maybe you can’t skydive every day or take holidays every season, but as long as you get to do the things you love every once in a while, you will feel greater happiness.

6. Find purpose.  Those who believe they are contributing to the well-being of humanity tend to feel better about their lives.  Most people want to be part of something greater than they are, simply because it’s fulfilling.

7. Listen to your heart.  You are the only one who knows what fills you up.  Your family and friends may think you’d be great at something that really doesn’t float your boat.  It can be complicated following your bliss.  Just be smart and keep your day job for the time being.

8. Push yourself, not others.  It’s easy to feel that someone else is responsible for your fulfilment, but the reality is that it is really your charge.  Once you realise that, you have the power to get where you want to go.  Stop blaming others or the world, and you’ll find your answers much sooner.

9. Be open to change.  Even if it doesn’t feel good, change is the one thing you can count on.  Change will happen, so make contingency plans and emotionally shore yourself up for the experience.

10. Bask in the simple pleasures.  Those who love you, treasured memories, silly jokes, warm days, and starry nights: these are the ties that bind and the gifts that keep on giving.

Happiness and fulfilment are within your grasp, but sometimes just out of reach. Understanding what works best for you is the first step in finding more of it.

Michael James Reidy


Clairvoyant or clairaudient?

There is always so much controversy over whether a medium is clairvoyant or clairaudient.  In fact, there are other senses as well as seeing and hearing.  There is a bodily sensation (termed clairsentient) and the sense of smell and taste (termed clairalient).  Usually a medium has one sense most pronounced and the others are fairly dormant.  However, they can be activated through use.  By practising, these dormant senses also develop, making the most of all the sense abilities. 

To find out if you are clairvoyant, clairaudient, clairsentient or clairalient, follow Dawn Rumsey’s video on this link.

A Youtube meditation has been created by Jo Barnard for those who need healing

Wendy Stokes


Our thankless children

We all know the famous sentence uttered by Nurse Edith Cavell on the evening before her execution by a German Firing Squad.

       “Patriotism is not enough. I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone.”

The definition of patriotism is ‘Love and devotion to one’s own country’. Sir Walter Scott has phrased it thus “Breathes there the man with soul so dead who never to himself hath said ‘This is my own my native land’.” Perhaps in our present day and age we should look more closely at this meaning of patriotism. The world today seems to be in a state of flux as people move from one country to another and immigrants arrive in a foreign land after running away from their own country. Where is home to them?  To which country do they feel love and devotion?

I have always felt a great patriotic love for my own country — Scotland.  “Hail Caledonia” “Scotland for Ever” but I expect others to feel the same about their own country.  Wales “Land of my Fathers”, Canada “The Maple Leaf Forever”, United Sates of America “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” and the many other patriotic songs written by sons and daughters about their homeland.

However it is very wrong to think that your country, your beliefs and your way of life are right and that all other countries and nationalities must conform to your ways. I have always felt that the place where you have grown up and gone to school binds you to that place forever as your home. This does not seem to be the case with our young British Muslims who are turning round and biting the hands that fed them. As Shakespeare put it: “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child.” [King Lear].

I cannot understand these young men and women who wish to perform acts of terrorism in the country of their birth, the country which educated them, looked after their health and trained them for employment.  They also wish to leave and fight in other lands whose lifestyle is so different from their own upbringing.  They were accepted into other nations where their different religious beliefs were treated with tolerance but now they wish to murder those who will not accept their religion.  Where has it all gone so wrong?  Who is to blame for the state of their minds?  To be a traitor and commit treasonable acts is the most despicable of all behaviour.  Yes indeed, they are the “thankless children” of their adopted countries.

Great Britain has experienced wave after wave of immigrants over the centuries.  We are a tolerant country; all were welcomed and they settled down to enrich us with their own cultures.  They integrated into our society, spoke our language, adapted to our way of life and enjoyed freedom to worship God in their own way.  Today many proudly proclaim the nationality of their adopted country.  The United States of America is a prime example of immigrants of different nationalities who celebrate the freedom of their new country and proudly sing ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ and ‘God Bless America’.

Throughout history, dictators and certain countries have had the desire to conquer and subdue all their neighbours and rule the world.  This resulted in wars where the defeated nations fought ceaselessly for their freedom to govern themselves.  Today, such desires for independence can be determined democratically through a referendum which gives the citizens of the country the right to decide and determine their own future.  At one time Great Britain also ruled large parts of the world — the British Empire was where the sun never set — but now we have the British Commonwealth of Nations, a family partnership which is a much better arrangement.

In Bible times it was the Roman Empire that ruled most of the world.  Alexander the Great conquered most of the known world before his death and it is said that he cried because he had no more countries left to conquer!  At school we all learned of the Napoleonic wars where the ‘Little General’ also had ambitions to rule Europe but was defeated in the end.  

More recent history gave us the German nation and Hitler who enslaved most of Europe but thankfully was also defeated in the end.  However the world has a new threat with these Islamic State Muslims who have declared their intention to see their Black Flag flying over Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.  What is it about such people that they cannot be content to run their own country and look after their own citizens but they must try to extend their boundaries and force everyone to be the same.  Every country has its own culture, language, food, costume, religion.  You cannot wipe this out and make everyone the same.  What a dull world it would be if each country were a replica of the others — same language, same art, same religion, same dress etc.

Religion has been the cause of many wars over the centuries as adherents of certain religions believe that they alone have the one and only correct way to worship God and think it is their right to kill all non-believers. This is where Spiritualism is the “gem of all religions” because Spiritualists know that there is only one God and that He loves us all equally whether we believe in Him or not or indeed how we worship Him.  He is a universal God who loves everyone irrespective of their nationality, religion, or life-style.  We know that all peoples of the earth (and animals too) go to the next world when their time comes. Nothing and nobody can alter this unalterable law.

Perhaps we should all try and forget that we are citizens of just one country or one race or one religion and think instead that we are citizens of God’s world and remember Nurse Cavell’s words ‘I must have no hatred or bitterness against anyone.’ 

If you would like to know more about my thoughts on Spiritualism then read my book “Why I am a Spiritualist.” Obtainable direct from me.  (£5 including p & p) Visit my website www.missadamckay.com )


The Road Less Travelled 

by Kit McCallum

How often we must bear the challenges of life;
The endless roller coaster between happiness and sorrow;
The constant ups and downs of daily strife.
And always the question remains .... why?

Life is not an easy road for most;
It twists and turns with many forks in the road,
Although always, and inevitably, we are given a choice ...

Do we turn to the right ... or the left?
Do we take the high road ... or the low road?
Do we take the easy path ... or the difficult one?

Decisions are not easy for those struggling for direction ...
And sometimes the many choices and signs become overwhelming.

While standing at a crossroads in life,
The urge is to take the most comfortable path;
The road with least resistance ...
The shortest or most travelled route.

And yet, if we've been down that comfortable road before;
Have gleaned its lessons in life, and learned from our experiences;

Do we yet again follow the known?
Or does our destiny lie in another direction?

The fear of the road less travelled is tangible and all too real;
It manifests itself in many ways,
And tends to cloud the issues that might otherwise be clear.

It is in these times of confusion,
That we must seek peace and solitude;

Time to contemplate on our life,
Our experiences and our choices past;
Time to look back, and reflect on what we have learned
Without fear or confusion.

For only each of us knows our own personal thoughts;
Our unique past and personal history;
The experiences that brought us to the crossroads we now face.

We can always learn a small degree from others experiences,
And yet ... no one person can walk in our shoes,
Others know not, the trials and tribulations faced in private ...

For each is individual ... unique ... and personal.

And that is why ... while standing at a crossroads,
Only ‘we’ can formulate the decision for ourselves;
The true direction that lies within;
The choices we must deliberate on with clarity and wisdom.

For it is only through personal reflection,
That we can now choose our destiny;
... Our next adventure;
... And the future we will embrace



How to Overcome
Serious Regrets 

There is no such thing as a life without any regrets.  However, regrets can become either burdens that interfere with your present happiness and restrict your future, or motivation to move forward.  If you find yourself overcome by regrets, here are some steps that should help you integrate them.

1. Determine what your regret really is.  This step is mentally painful, yet necessary.  Do you regret something you did or something you didn’t do?  Something someone else did or did not do?  A circumstance beyond your control?  Did you behave inappropriately toward a situation?  Answering these questions can rule out any confusion you may feel.  It is important to step back from the feelings of regret and identify exactly what the regret is.

2. Admit to yourself the reasons why the regretful thing happened.  If you feel that you could have been done better, think back to what made you do or fail to do the right thing.  For example, work pressure and health constraints, others pressuring you, your inability to speak your mind clearly, etc.  It’s your responsibility to free your mind.

3. Talk to a friend and see how they feel about you, now that you're seriously regretting your actions.

4. Reflect on how what you did affected others.  Perhaps others became disappointed in you or lost trust in you. Maybe you harmed them without their knowledge.  This is another painful step, but you need to do it in order to understand what happened.

5. Consider circumstances.  If circumstances were such that no matter what you did, things were going to turn out as they did, reach acceptance of things as they were.  Sometimes control isn’t the issue, rather it is about reacting as best as one can.  Constant regression is just a waste of time and your potential.  Acceptance is the mother of happiness.  Avoid blaming others but rather take responsibility for anything that you could have better handled; as for what couldn’t have been changed, accept that for what it is –– life’s circumstances.

Once you have gone through these steps, try to fix things as best you can,

1. Think about what you could have done differently. Could you have studied more for that test?  Given more effort in your job?  Shown more respect?  This step may seem like you're putting yourself down, but you'll see that it works to help the negative feelings go away.

2. Get active.  Change what you did wrong, no matter what it may be.  Even if the regretful thing seems irreversible, you can still make a difference.  If you were rude to someone, suddenly become the nicest person in the world.  If you failed a test, study like crazy and force yourself to pass the next one.  If you are being lazy at your job, push yourself like never before.  Soon, all that disappointment that others had will wash away once they see the new you.  You are allowed to change; that is what ‘turning over a new leaf’ is all about.  Just don’t be surprised when people say that a leopard never changes its spots.  Prove such people wrong by sticking with your determination to change for the better.

3. Keep it up.  Don’t stop being great.  If others remind you of past mishaps, take their words as a challenge to do better.  Surprise yourself, and you’ll surprise everyone else.  Remember when you lost your report for work?  Write the next one like a genius.  Remember when you were caught stealing from your friend’s house?  Give them an extremely generous just-because gift.  Still sad about failing that exam?  Promise to get a hundred next time.

4. Consider asking for forgiveness.  If you harmed someone, ask forgiveness and make amends.  Speak from the heart and be genuine.  Apologise for any harm you may have caused others; it does not kill to ask for forgiveness so give it a go!  Forgive yourself.  Forgiving others will make you happier.  Be compassionate toward everyone involved, including yourself.

5. Deal with toxic relationships.  Sometimes other people cause you to do things that leave you with serious regrets.  Do you have a toxic relationship that needs to be addressed or severed?  Deal with it.
6. Help out other people.  Sometimes the best way to help yourself is to help others too.  If you feel selfish just remember: you are helping others and they will appreciate your kind actions.  Try to forgive yourself by making a physical sign of sorrow and repentance.  You could give to the poor, help save the wildlife or even comfort people with the same problems as you.  Be creative and don’t give up hope.

Then you’ll be ready to move on.

1. Grieve for your regrets.  When you feel regret, you re-live guilt, sadness or anger over and over again.  Allowing yourself to experience these feelings fully with the intention of moving forward can help you stop revisiting them.

2. Recognise what you have learned or gained.  When you find yourself thinking of the regret, turn your thoughts to the things you have learned and the opportunities that are now yours - even if they are not what you would have preferred.  There is always a lesson, even in pain and sadness.  Look for the lesson and focus on it instead of what might have been.

3. Write out a plan or agreement for yourself that identifies how you could avoid having this sort of regret in the future.

4. Remember all the good you’ve done.  Remembering the good times is a great way to get over the bad.  If you can’t think of anything, try little things you did help out with like maybe helping your mum with the groceries or offering to help someone move their furniture.  Little details are just as important as the big ones.

5. Move on.  People are always capable of forgiving, and if they can’t, that is their fault, not yours.  Soon, people will forget that you made a wrong choice and only appreciate the ways you are making up for it.  Don’t be embarrassed to make amends.  Do you think people would just want you to leave it hanging over their heads?  They want you to change for the better.  Remember, the past is far behind us and the future doesn’t exist yet.  The present is already in the past when we realise it’s the present.  So are your regrets.

6. Get a good night’s sleep.  As you drift to somnia, look forward to tomorrow.  It’s going to be a bright new day, a fresh start.  That’s the good thing about tomorrows.  You can always start over.  Think about good things you can do tomorrow that will help others.  When you wake up, don’t think about your regrets.  If you do, realise how small they are compared to yesterday.  Soon, they will get smaller and smaller.  We are all magnificent, so don’t let those regrets keep you down.


Ask your spirit guides

I thought I would try something new recently - ask my guide a specific question and see what reply I got back!  This is all done through mental mediumship and inspirational thoughts.  

My question was: “Why do those who are sensitive to the Spiritual worlds feel so hurt and suffer more when life and people turn against them?”

The answer I got was:

When souls come into your world they are fresh and new untarnished by any pain or discomfort that surrounds them.
Is not childbirth painless for the child?
So our intention when we depart the Spirit world and other plains of existence is to grow our very being.
Through life we come to this earth world. 
We must accept the conditions of our existence. 
We cannot make the rules.
Your world is bounded by physical reality. 
And therefore we are born and accept our fate. 
Many souls who return to your world retain some knowledge of their origins.
It is these souls who must carry through their lives the origin of their spiritual beginnings.
Thus they are sensitised to the world of matter knowing they are Spiritual beings. 
So sadly they feel the pain more as they are still connected to the divine.
Like an umbilical cord.
They know and see that those who have not followed the same path are just living to the physical demands of life.
We are all swimming in a great sea of understanding and we must accept our strength and weakness. 


There’s always an Angel

Monday’s Angel looks down from above,
Tuesday’s Angel will wrap you in love,
Wednesday’s Angel is healing and caring,
Thursday’s Angel shares the load you are bearing,
Friday’s Angel will shoulder your woes,
Saturday’s Angel will lift you, when low,
Sunday’s Angel will send you affection,
and steer you and point you in your life’s direction.
All of your Angels are protective and giving you

reason to cherish the life you are living.
Whenever you need them, whatever the day,
your Angels will be there to show you the way.

Mike Reidy

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