“The eagle has two wings: one is man and one is woman. Until both wings of the eagle have equal power and respect and honor, the eagle of humanity will never fly as high as to its promise.” Chief Phil Lane, Jr.
I’ve been called a lot of things in my lifetime. Whenever someone calls me brave, I shake my head. If you could have seen me a few minutes ago, you would have seen shaky knees. I forgot to lock the gate going into the backyard and since it is not my property, I take my responsibility of safeguarding it seriously. So, I had to pull up my big girl panties and grab a flashlight, walk around the house down a very dark walkway, lock the gate and retreat back down the path to the house. I know there are no accidents or coincidences. I have traveled for almost three years back and forth across the country alone without any fear, so what the heck was this all about? I was not afraid of being harmed – it’s a very safe neighborhood. I believe it is learned behavior from a time or times in my life where I did not feel safe, especially in childhood. I think I had to face the monster that I didn’t even know was still there in my mind. That takes bravery.
Dear Angels, I have huge respect for some of the women in my life that I consider brave, such as the ones who keep going forward when their world seems to be crumbling. I watch some of our Pea family who have lost children, spouses, animals and homes; and yet they still stand. A Course In Miracles says, “There is no order of difficulty in miracles. One is not 'harder' or 'bigger' than another. They are all the same.” However, my human brain wants to tell me that Vita and Pixi lost their sons, Josie lost her husband; and my brain cannot comprehend how this is not ‘harder’ than someone losing a job or breaking an arm. My little monster in my head telling me I am not safe pales in comparison to the bravery these dear souls have endured. Yes, this is indeed a hard lesson and I only bring it up because I know I am not the only one with this thought.
Dear Ones, you always look in before you look out. Whenever you are presented with a situation, your brain and intuition are already processing it, looking for something familiar to compare it to, another lesson, another teaching, another example. Seconds before you react, you have already sent the troops out in your head to find the connection. When something is found, you go to that familiar place and start responding. When nothing comes forward, then you have to decide how to deal with what is happening. This is when you get to be real with yourself. This is where you realize there is no superhero. This is your golden opportunity to shine a light on the monsters in your head and stand firm in your Divine authenticity, knowing they are just an illusion.
Dear Angels, thank you. I love you. Namaste y’all.
Today, I promise to bravely shine a light of love on any monsters in my head.
Teri Angel is a Happiness Coach, energy healer, best-selling author, spiritual teacher and mentor, and a motivational speaker. Teri is the Peace Campaign Coordinator for We, The World and the founder of a nonprofit organization, Angelspeakers Inc., which offers educational workshops and events centered around environmental awareness to include animals and nature, peace advocacy opportunities and ancient wisdom teachings. Teri’s movement “Peas For Peace” involves strengthening our awareness of the oneness of all, unifying mankind through compassion, peace, love and joy. She was named "She Who Blesses the Sacred Land" during the Peace On Earth Tour and embraces that title with loving grace. www.angelspeakers.com
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