We begin this week with Archangel Jophiel asking us to spend some time outdoors to clear and refresh our energy. Those of us in the warmer parts of the country need to do this earlier in the day to take advantage of the cool air. While you’re outdoors, take stock of your life and ask the archangels to help you release and heal anything that no longer fits or is working.
Midweek Archangel Raguel is telling us to trust in “Divine Order.” Sometimes we get anxious when nothing seems to be happening, and start to wobble. Now is the time to trust that the steps you’ve put in motion are working. It’s all about divine timing and giving the angels a chance to work things out for you for your best and highest good. We also get a message from Archangel Metatron to clear our chakras . . . you can do this through meditation, while walking outside with Archangel Jophiel, or in a yoga class. You can also visit my meditation page and listen to the Chakra Clearing meditation with Archangel Metatron.
Archangel Michael is with us this weekend reminding us that we are always divinely guided, protected, and shielded with his mighty energy and love. Archangel Michael is a wonderful example of the balance between love and power. This weekend, continue to ask Archangel Michael and Archangel Nathaniel to work with you to fine tune your life’s purpose and path.
Have a great week, as always I’m sending you good vibes,
In-Person readings. The First Saturday of each month I’ll be at Ignite Yoga Studio in Goodyear for In-Person readings. Please contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-229-2315 to schedule. Please visit http://www.igniteyogastudios.com/ for more information.
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Please join me at the Payson Book Festival from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Mazatzal Hotel and Casino, Hwy 87 mile marker 251, Payson, AZ 85541.
The Payson Book Festival will showcase more than 70 Arizona authors and promote literacy at a celebration of books for readers of all ages. Activities include: story time sessions for kids, author presentations, cowboy poetry and songs, food & entertainment. Estimate 600 visitors. (Website home page has link to YouTube video from 2016 event.)