Welcoming Light into the world for Solstice is especially important, however calling Divine Light to you at any time is a Prime Directive for an empowered life.
When you do this simple task your life takes on new proportions of Grace and Ease. It does not matter in what hemisphere you live, welcoming Light to the world enhances all life.
Light carries all the attributes of God. Divine Light holds the Intelligence and Divine Love from the Source of All That Is. That means when you call Divine Light into your heart, and direct this Light wherever it is most needed, the quality of Divine Intelligence within the Light will know what to do for the Highest Good of all. You can trust that sending Light into troubled places in the world will change the frequencies and allow Creative Solutions to be revealed where there were none before.
When Light fills every cell in your body, you feel healthier with abundant vitality and strength.
When Light fills your emotional body you feel more illuminated and inspired with insights that give you an empowered way of seeing your life.
In your mental body, Divine Light fills your mind with expansion and a clarity that allows you to bring forth greater connection to your Soul’s gifts. When you call Divine Light into your work and your relationships, new guidance and unconditional Love are revealed. That is why it is called your Guiding Light.
The Archangels are illuminating the world during the empowered time of the Holy Days. The energy of this special time allows the boundaries between nations and all hearts to be dissolved in the power of Divine Light. This means that the full force of the Angelic Dimensions is open and ready to intervene as it serves you in miraculous ways until the portal closes on January 5.
This activation is one of the gifts of the 12:12 Alignment. When Christed energy empowers Divine Love to awaken in the hearts of all who are receptive to aligning with the Source of All Light, the prevailing energy of Unconditional Love expands to unite the world in a beautiful web of Divine Light.
All your needs are met within the power of this Light. You are a Light unto the world. Breathe Light. Receive Light. Give Light. Be the Light that you are. And so it is.
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I love this season. I love it no matter what is going on around me. I love it in spite of my broken toe, in spite of the fact that a crazy energy messed up my eyes for a week. I love it in spite of family and many friends being far away. In my heart we are all family and as I wait my turn in crowded stores to buy the Christmas groceries I feel nothing but the warmth of my "human family" around me. Granted, some are rushed, cranky, and crazy, but I make it a game to see if I can get even the most stoic to soften up – not with the sugary, sappy, cheer they can't stand, but often with humor or the compassionate empathy they need. We can all use a little more love.
I stuff my purse with candy canes and hand them out to clerks and random strangers. I send out cards and fill each one with love before it goes in the mail. I figure out how to make gluten free, vegan chocolate peanut butter cups for friends that otherwise can't have those kind of treats, and I make a huge dinner for my friends. I have to practice self control not to give more than I can afford.
It is a season where I am "allowed" by the world to come uncorked and let the light flow freely through me. As I give I receive. As I smile at a stranger I know the blessing of God's love within me. As I do quiet and kind acts, I feel the presence of angels, who are unseen, but always with us. As I share love, I feel its presence glow and grow within.
Too often it is easy to focus on what we don't have. My family is far away, so I create a space that feels like family for those I love. In years past when I had just quit my engineering career and had only one friend left, I went out and did kind things for strangers – buying gifts for kids in need, handing out cookies to the dry cleaning lady, the mailman, the postal store guys, and other service folks who helped me all year. I baked cookies for the young couple sitting at the Christmas tree lot in the cold one Christmas eve and nearly wept because they showered me with an outpouring gratitude. Giving to others is an act of giving to myself. Love longs to flow through us. We long to feel its flow.
I think one of the most memorable angel-gifts was years ago. I bought a massage pad for myself. As I was checking out at the store, the young clerk told me she was wishing she could afford one for her mother who had back problems. I was at my car in the parking lot when the angels told me to go back into the store and buy another one for her and her mother. It wasn't cheap, but I know God supports me, and I trust my guidance, so I did. She burst into tears. Her boss let her leave early. We hugged. In that moment, she was my family. I received far more than I gave out of that interaction. A few days later someone gifted me with the exact amount I'd spent.
In spite of all this external fun, I still do as the angels suggest. I take time to sit in the backyard each day if only for a few minutes wrapped up in a big blanket, to "be" in the stillness and feel the Presence of God within.
Here are a few ways to feel the light during the busy holiday:
1. Enjoy the Journey
For those of you who have lost loved ones, slowing down will also allow you to feel, sense, or know their presence around you. Often in readings someone asks their loved one in spirit, "Where are you?" Often the reply is, "I'm here but you never sit still to feel me!" When we rush around we can't even feel our own hearts.
So, whether it is God, your angels, your loved ones, of just the peace, love, and joy of the season you wish to feel, slow down. Sit in silent presence a few moments here and there, and focus on your heart. Breathe. Believe. Receive.
2. Give Love Freely... and you shall receive
We know this but far too often we get caught up in wishing others would give us – the love, the holiday, the atmosphere, the kiss under the mistletoe, etc. Our culture sometimes promotes incredible stinginess with love. "Don't love someone unless they earn it," we are told subconsciously in a million different ways. That is like telling a river not to flow until those downstream earn its water.
To withhold love blocks our very nature, joy, and blissful experience of life. Send a card or an email to someone who might be lonely, even if you know they could create better. Pray for the rude folks in the parking lot! Smile at the grumpy people.
Whether love flows from others to you, or out through you, you feel Love! I choose not to wait for the outside world to generate this experience for me. Feeling loved can be a glorious "inside job!"
3. Be loving to yourself too...
Don't forget to give yourself some nurturing over the holidays. Whether you are joyous or lonely, self care is the gift that allows you to keep giving to others. When you give yourself the love you wish others would, you feel fuller, happier, and filled with light!
Merry Christmas to all who celebrate. Happy Belated Hanukkah. Joyous Kwanzaa. Whatever you celebrate or don't, may your heart be filled with light and may you feel the ever Present Love that connects us all. Let it flow!
I love you,
Look To The Light By Ann Albers
Message from the Angels:
My dear friends, we love you so very much,
In the dark of night a lamp burned brightly. Centuries ago, a star twinkled in the darkness. Those who focused on fear felt the darkness. Those who focused on the lamp felt the light. Those how focused on the star found light, hope and inspiration for their lives. Those who focused only upon the dark of night missed the miracle that would give hope to countless generations throughout history.
Even today, focusing on the light in any given situation in your life is what allows you to access love and miracles. Focusing on the darkness brings you only more. If you seek it, you can find the "burning lamp," the "babe in the manger," or the "guiding star "in any situation? You can look for the love right here, right now, regardless of circumstance.
We never dignify the darkness by focusing upon it. We see only the light and love trying to emerge in any given situation. As we look at the unkind behaviors of so many, we see wounded children inside them crying for love. As we look at the impoverished we see souls striving to find an abundance of love in spite of their circumstance. As we look at the wars and division in your world, we see souls trying to bring their truth to the surface who simply do not yet know how to kindly sort themselves out.
As you focus on the light in any given situation you see it, experience it, and move towards greater light.
For example, in your world today there are a great many stories of abuse coming to the surface. It is a time when the feminine energy is rising up saying, "I want the true masculine, the protector, the do-er, not the oppressor or the abuser." This is true whether it is a woman on the news speaking up about a man who abused her, or a man quietly sitting at home, unable to cry because his angry mother bullied or abused him. The energies within are not necessarily tied to gender.
When you see these stories on the news you have choice. You can focus on the dark or the light. You can say, "How horrible! How could they do this! Crucify him!" Or you could say, "Handle this situation so it is not repeated, by all means, but dear God please uplift these sad and hurting souls that thought it was OK to abuse another human being. Please uplift and heal the ones who were abused. Dear God heal all hurting hearts."
You can turn to the light and give thanks that what was once "acceptably hidden" is now coming to light so that hearts, and systems, can heal.
This is why so many of you love the holidays. They give you a time with plenty of permission to be focused upon the light and love and goodness in the world; a time of being kind; a time of being generous, a time to give and receive, and a time to help one another. This season is a time when Love is allowed to shine more clearly into the world than usual. It is a time, every year, to celebrate the rebirth of light in a world that sometimes forgets.
So during the holidays and indeed all year long, look for the light in the darkness. Seek it, see it, and be it. In doing so you will live a light-filled, delightful life!
God Bless You! We love you so very much.
-- The Angels
Message From Ann
Sometimes it is easy to find the light. Other times, it takes a little more creativity...
Life does throw you a few curves at times. It doesn’t always look as we wish. People don’t always act as we want. I am not always the person I want to be. But the angels' advice holds true - Focus on the light in any given situation and lo and behold, you can transform almost anything into a more loving experience.
Here are a few tips to help you sail through life’s challenges without getting stuck in them:
It is all too easily to feel bad, victimized, or upset when life or people don’t turn out as we wish. You do need to let yourself have your feelings. However, the trick is to let them flow, let them go, and refocus on the desired outcome.
When people are unkind, I feel my feelings, then focus on feeling the love in the entire universe again. When I have unexpected bills, I focus on them being easily paid. When someone is acting up I focus on what it would feel like to handle them with dignity and grace until I can get away from the unpleasant behavior.
If your car was headed into a storm and you kept focused on the clouds, you’d drive right into them. Instead of you focused on finding the blue skies, you’d take a different course. By focusing on what you want, you aim towards it!
2. Don’t dignify the darkness / turn to the light
No matter how challenging a situation or unpleasant a person’s behavior, we have the choice to focus on it, or to focus on something better. The world teaches us to focus on the darkness, but we can choose to focus on the light.
If a person is acting badly, focus on handling it with firmness and love, including self-love. Or focus on something else, someone else, or at least the fact that they must be crying for love. If a situation is hard to deal with focus on what you can do, what you do have, or how you want things to turn out.
Turn to the light and your life will transform into greater light. Focus on the darkness and you remain in the dark.
3. Add humor
As the saying goes, sometimes you have to laugh instead of cry and I much prefer laughter. Laughter dissipates the darkness as surely as a flame melts ice. It is true I’d prefer not to hurtle demons out of me at 4am, or write Christmas cards while waiting for roto-rooter!! However, if I must, at least it makes for some good comedy!
I hope your holidays go better than expected, however, when the unexpected arises, you can transform it quickly by looking to the light. Instant transformation - Just add love :)
Love you all!
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