The Angels remind us that flow is a part of our being, our very fabric. We aren’t meant to fight it, and yet we do, creating much pain and suffering for ourselves. Today, let go, even just a little bit. Become the flow of life and experience the peace it brings.
The Angels remind us that we’re given family and friends in the life so that we can experience connection. Even though that challenge us give us the experience of desiring connection and keep us striving for more. It may feel vulnerable yet it’s a spiritual practice to allow and honor this inherent desire. Give in, let go, let it flow.
The well’s dried up
Its water a mere trickle,
Muddy and unmoving
And a voice whispers,
“You must seek another source.
You’re plugging the wellspring
With your own self-doubts
And the muddied energy of the world.
No wonder you have no flow”
You must dive in headfirst
Without fear or delay,
Find where the water ceases to fill you any longer,
No matter the time or breath it takes.
Your drowning in the process
Won’t be in vain
For you will rise up stronger,
More divine than ever before.
Dive in to rock bottom,
Seek your source,
Re-emerge a warrior for your own heart”
The sincerest form of worship
What better praise than to follow
In the footsteps of the Creator?
Let creation flow through you
Fill you with its orange glow
Fire in the belly of your soul
New life from the spirit of creation’s first kiss
Sparking being and illuminating
The exact moment of aliveness
Be brave –
Solve the problems of the world
With just your divine creator’s touch
Out in the world
The Angels want us to know that change always takes the time it takes. Relax into the flow and enjoy the experience before stressfully rushing to the next step. Cherish the opportunity to mourn the loss of the old, and celebrate the gain of the new.
The Angels want us to know that sometimes it’s not about us. Sometimes the work we’re called to do isn’t about our own effort or accomplishment or past experience. Sometimes it’s about allowing the work to flow through us for someone else, maybe someone we don’t even know. Sometimes it’s about letting go.