It’s nice to know the Archangels are with us in the times of our need.
This is my card of the day. Archangel Raquel responded to whatsee been in my heart and on my mind.
I like being alone and living alone but I still get lonely sometimessage. Having a relationship of any kind is great, especially having great friends. Thoder you can count the on, those who count on you and those whom you feel are family.
Having a loving relationship with those around you is amazing. The relationship with other humans, animals and Mother Nature, herself.
Be kind to all and you’ll receive it back 3 fold. No matter who you are, what yourelse going through, whether were friends, acquaintances, etc. Know this you are lover by many and the Archangels can help guide you in the direction you want to go whether it’s a relationship or something else.
This card is just what I needed. This reading took plaCenter on July 28, 2016.
Earlier this morning I was having a body image problem. It was severe and I was ready to give up the fight to not just being skinny but also to being healthy.
Between the support of family and friends and then this reading I decided no matter what I’ve been through I will continue to fight to be healthy. Yes, I want to be skinny but healthy is the top priority.
No matter if I’m 450 pounds or 150 pounds I’ll probably continue to have an image problem. That’s just the way eating disorders work. My focus is to be healthy and that includes suppressing the eating disorder symptoms, too.
Being healthy comes from how and what we think about ourselves as much as it comes from the way we eat and exercise if not more. I’m extremely health conscious, most of the time.
Last night while reading I learned something about myself that I didn’t know and that’s I’ve been practicing magickal practices all of my life. Not only am I health conscious I’m trying to live the green. Lifestyle, which is what I was taught. I recycle. When camping or going into nature always leave it cleaner than you find it.
There is no doubt this is the way things are supposed to go. Reading done on 15 June 2016. With all that’s going on I needed a gentle reminder that peace, divine order and clearing space can help one feel better about things.
Clearing space not only brings inner peace but can help overall health and even bring happiness. It’s not just about cleaning house but clearing excess thoughts whether they’re positive or negative. An over active mind can keep you awake, distract you from work or school or whatever you are doing.
To help clear space I either burn sage and meditate or spend time in nature relaxing next to a body of water. Once peace is found the work really begins.
How do you find do your inner peace and cleanse your space?
Growing up in southeast Idaho there’s an abundance of places to camp. The first place I remember going is Twin Lakes. This was a beautiful place to camp and fish. One day my dad took some of the kids out in the boat and was teaching them how to water ski. One of the boys ended up on the bottom of the lake because the tip of the skis ended up in the water and the skier didn’t let go of the rope. I think that’s my favorite story from Twin Lakes. Either later that weekend or a later trip my mom told me to stay out of the water because we were getting ready to go home. The daughter of one of my dad’s friends had me on her shoulders jumping from tree stump to tree stump that were sticking out of the water and to make a long story short… she missed the last stump and we landed in the water.
A short time later a man was fishing and for bait he was using live leeches. He fell and they landed in the water. Prior to this there were no known leeches at Twin Lakes and this one event led to the end of us camping there. From there we moved to Pebble Creek. Most of the time we went there was only one other family, my dad’s best friend and his family. Other than wandering through the forest and fishing the creek or Portneuf River I don’t remember much.
Once in a while we went to Aberdeen and American Falls. They’re great places too, but not as memorable as Twin Lakes. We even went to Fish Creek, once.
After I got married the camping trips came to an end. Then five years ago I decided I didn’t care if my family went with me or not. Once again I found myself at Pebble Creek. A couple of years ago a couple of us went to Chesterfield. It’d been more than 20 years since the last time I was there. As a child we went there with my grandpa Marsh.
Camping is helps me become grounded. It brings peace and comfort to an otherwise hectic life. When in nature my spirit is free, mind is clear, and the real work can begin. Writing while in the city doesn’t flow as freely as it does when lying on a blanket next to a river, creek or other body of water.
Where’s your favorite place to camp and why?