Slow Down and Listen!
Sometimes it’s very difficult to listen to and then heed advice that is given to you and follow through with what you know you should be doing. I “listen” to all the small voices by means of spiritual guides, the archangels, deceased loved ones, and anyone else that wants to send a message. I “listen” for my clients, friends, and family, and because of that, very rarely do I listen to, or am I able to hear, the warnings for myself. This is because in all of my readings I totally pull away from any message regarding “me” so that I can give my clients the best reading possible. It’s important to note that what I am about to tell you could be a matter of life and death in some of those messages that are not heeded!
I have a very special connection to all of the archangels, but primarily it’s Michael (the protector) that hovers around me and gives me messages about everyone. This story pertains to me and two instances where in one case I listened and then in another didn’t listen to a very important message that was meant for me specifically.
I am a human being just like the rest of you and life just goes by so quickly and there is no time to do anything so we all rush around not thinking half of the time. On this particular day I forgot to pick up the mail at the mail gazebo down the street and it was late at night. I decided I better do this now and so I told my husband I was going to do this and he asked me if I wanted him to go and I said no. Then I heard this “yes” message from Michael. So I listened and said to my husband yes, I think you’d better. He told me ok, let me take the dogs out front before we go, and as frustrated as I was I really didn’t want to wait for the dogs. I said no, let’s go now! Then I heard the “no, wait” message and said to him, ok, let them do what they have to do and it was only a few minutes. So when he put the dogs back into the house we left and my husband was driving. When we rounded the corner we came upon a car upside down and thrown into a driveway across the street with neighbors outside. Here this person came screaming into the neighborhood, rounded the corner, took it too sharply, and hit the car on the other side of the street, taking it flying into the neighbors’ yard upside down. We looked in horror. Thank goodness the car thrown across the street was parked there and no one was inside of it but the horror of it all was that if we were a couple minutes earlier that car would have been US flying into the neighbor’s yard and upside down. That is an example of listening and heeding warnings. Slow down and listen!!! Delays can be very important!
This next example is of someone (me) not listening to a warning and could have really been catastrophic to the outcome of many lives. It was another busy day rushing around, we had errands to do, I had physical therapy, etc. and my husband was making hummingbird food with water and sugar and asked my sister and myself if we wanted to go out to eat. I of course said yes as I hate to cook. He says to me, let me finish and wash up and we can go. In the background to all this craziness going on I was feeling these very mixed messages and kept getting this, “slow down, sweet thing, slow down and pay attention.” I of course push it to the back of my mind. We are about to leave and I’m hearing “Did you forget something?” No, I say, and we walk out the door. To make a long story short we went out and ate and we were about 20 minutes from home. I get a call halfway through the meal from ADT telling me that the fire alarm has gone off on the second floor and are we ok.
Ok? No, I’m not ok, we are not home and we have 3 dogs and 3 cats and they can’t get out. My sister turns to my husband and said, did you turn off the stove. No, he says. All the way home I kept crying out to Michael saying please protect my animals since that was all I cared about and the other lives that lived in our building. I was able to get ahold of my neighbor to ask her to get my dogs out because the house was on fire. Driving 80 mph we finally got home to see the dogs out front and firemen there. The house was filled with thick, black smoke. You could not stay in it nor could you see a thing. The miracle in all of this is that nothing had caught fire yet but was about to. The only damage was to the pot. The stove, oven, etc. was fine and all we had was smoke damage which took a few days to get out of the house.
The moral of the story is this: Yes, we are all busy; yes we feel we have no time as we rush around like little ants going from here to there and not thinking of what is going on around us. Your guides and angels do whisper in small voices when you are in danger, all you have to do is to slow down and listen.
My advice to you is to write down what you hear, even if it’s just one word, then stop what you’re doing and relax… Slow down and LISTEN! You will be glad that you did.
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