I have always thought that I was good at asking for help. I visited therapists and used coaches, so I believed that meant I was good at asking for and accepting help. The more that I learn to understand and appreciate myself I realize that I was wrong. I do not always ask for help as often or to the full capacity that I should.
The month of September was difficult for me. It truly shook me to my core and had me questioning almost ever aspect of my life. I felt like I had lost a part of myself that I was desperately trying to find again. It was the lowest point in my life since I had started my personal happiness and self-love journey almost two years ago.
After three weeks of feeling everything from confusion, sadness, anger, and disappointment I realized that I could either continue to suffer in silence or I could do something different. Something that I thought I was good at but found myself lacking in. I needed to completely release and surrender. To seek guidance and assistance from the divine and to trust what I received.
When I allowed this to happen, miracles occurred. In Gabrielle Bernstein's book, May Cause Miracles, she defines a miracle as “a shift in perception from fear to love.” I began to feel like myself again as I began to be open to more love in my life. My inspiration returned along with a stronger desire to use what I had learned and overcome to help the greater good. I know that I am not alone in my experience and I hope that by sharing it, I can help others find more peace and happiness in their own lives.
Our ego will try to tell us that we can do everything alone. That we do not need help because we are too proud, embarrassed, or ashamed to admit it. Our soul knows that to fully show up in the world as our best and brightest selves we need to ask for help outside of ourselves.
Now that I can look back on this period of my life with more clarity, I believe I went through those difficult times for a reason. To grow. To be picked up from the bottom and rise to a new level of trust, understanding, and faith in something grater than myself. Everyone falls sometimes. It does not define us. What defines us is our desire and ability to get back up.
Truth be told, we can never ask for too much help, especially from our Angels. No task is too big or too small for their assistance. They are always besides us ready to help us in any capacity they can when asked. That is exactly what I did. I ask my Angels to help me. I asked for strength, guidance, and clarity and that is exactly what I got.
It was during the month of September that I recorded a meditation called Enlightened Guidance From Your Guardian Angel and I want to share it with you. My hope is that it brings you as much strength, guidance, and clarity as it did for me. If you are going through a difficult time, ask for what you need! Know that you are truly supported and the answers will appear. Simply allow yourself to receive them.
In this recorded meditation, Enlightened Guidance From Your Guardian Angel, you will connect to the energy of your Guardian Angel to receive whatever healing messages need to be heard.