Doreen is using one of my favorite decks for her reading this week- Daily Guidance From Your Angels. It’s a great deck, as she says, because of the simple clarity of its messages. I’m not sure if that is why this week’s reading caught my attention so much or what, but it definitely rang a lot of bells for me.
Happy Monday, my friends! I know many of you have some time off this week. Some of you may be traveling. And I hope that all of you will be doing something special with friends or loved ones for Thanksgiving on Thursday.
I kicked the week off with a group yoga practice that explored ‘gratitude’ and how we can express it on and off the mat. More about that later, but first…
Doreen is here with the Saints and Angels. See what important guidance she has to share about this special week.
And like she says, don’t forget to count your blessings!
“You do not need to know precisely what is happening or exactly where it is all going. What you need is to recognize the possibilities and challenges offered by the present moment, and to embrace them with courage, faith, and hope.”
Great advice this week: Remember to pray and don’t allow yourself to get caught up in fear.
Doreen is working with the Archangel Michael deck this week, as April will bring about big and rapid changes. We could all use Archangel Michael’s healing and protection. The wonderful news is that the bottom line of the entire reading is ‘all is well.’ We can connect with that sense of well-being by letting go of fear and putting our faith in the Divine plan that is constantly unfolding.
Each of the cards also has a special prayer that relates to its subject, so most of the work is already done for us. All we must remember to do is pray. Hurray!
“Sadhana: Trauma or mistreatment by parents or caretakers can be healed or altered through what is known in Sanskrit as sadhana, which means an effort exercised toward achievement of purpose or practice. While the literal translation of sadhana sounds mechanical, it implies a practice of a healing nature. In the tantric tradition, sadhana refers to the path of liberation. Meditating, Reiki, gardening, playing basketball, singing, and yoga are all examples of sadhana that could lead to deep levels of healing with the correct intention- that is, when a person engages in these activities with the purpose of reconnecting to their inherent power.”