Many of you will be celebrating your freedom this weekend by traveling to visit friends and family after over a year of lockdowns. For those who took the vaccine, it is also freedom from having to wear masks in certain situations. In America, it is also about the freedom that past generations fought for us to have; freedoms and God-given rights which are now being tested.
The topic of preparing has been touched on several times in the past two years. Preparation is not just buying some extra food and water. It includes being alert to what is going on around you at all times. For example, if you are in a room or area with lots of people, do you know where at least two exits are? It is easier to note the exits after arriving and maybe checking out where each exit takes you. Do not wait until everyone else is trying to find an exit.
Let me give you another situation that happened to me this past week. After hearing what sounded like a relative calling my name while driving, I decided to turn around and drive the four or five blocks back home. It was either something going on at home such as leaving a door open or something else that would cause a problem. The other option was that I was being warned about a potential accident which was more likely. Either way, returning home to check things out would hopefully keep the collision from happening.
This last situation made me think about how I used to meditate at least a half hour in the early morning and before going to bed at night while teaching and taking care of my sick husband. It was how I got through my day and I felt more connected to my guides. It was like having one of my friends with me to assist me when needed. With all the chaos going on in the world, I have started back meditating in the morning to find the calm and love within so I can use it throughout the day in various situations. Meditation also keeps me more open to messages from my guides and helps to discern messages and the individual sending it. It is always good to have tools in your toolbox during troubling or challenging times. Do not take your freedom for granted.
Wishing you love in all that you do,