Take time to heal your being

Nighthawkof  writes:


Thank you so much for your previous guidance. I am posting one more time. I have decided to detach myself from the situation for the time being. To withdraw because there is too much pain and hurt going around and it seems to be a vicious circle that is going to destroy everything we ever had.  I am not giving up on hope, I am just trying to let us all heal in our own way and if she does decide to come back the better.  It is time to move to a place where the pain can subside somewhat although I know the next time will be very difficult for me.  I love her too much to put her through all this.  I hope I am making the right decision, if there is anything like a right decision in this mess.  Again, thank you so much for your previous guidance. It helped enormously.

The guide’s response:


You are a wondrous being, so much to give.  Take time to heal your being.  What does this mean in your physical world?  It means seeing that that is right before you in your world,  present, joyful, loving, kind beings wanting to be close to you.  No, it does not mean you need to love them to any great extent.  But see yourself in their eyes.  Love your own being.  See how gentle and loving you are.  In time, you will see how you have grown.  That this experience was not a negative in any way, but an opportunity to step forward, to grow, to be more magnificent than ever.  There is so much talent within you.  You know what I speak of.  It is time to put it in place.  Do not think it is something that only you know of.  Write my child, write.  Not to any one being, but perhaps to yourself.  For you have the ability to use words.  Use this method to heal yourself and perhaps in time, many.  You are not alone.  You have done well.

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  1. aikaterine November 10, 2010 at 11:16 am - Reply

    Dear Guides,
    My fiance passed away five years ago this coming December. I battled with severe alcoholism for a year after that and finally got sober on the 1st anniversary of his death. I have come so far. Worked so hard, building a new life. And as much as I loved my fiance, his death was indeed a blessing for both of us. After all this time, I find that I really do want another partner to share this journey with me. Sometimes I think I must give off an “unavailalbe” vibe, but I’m wondering if I’m not doing all I can to bring love to my life. I feel stuck. And impatient. And wondering if we are indeed, ever granted true love more than once in life.

  2. A November 10, 2010 at 2:42 pm - Reply

    Hi there,

    I have some urgent news. I have the opportunity to be a business partner with my previous boyfriend W. He has not been trustworthy with my but he is great in business. Should I do this venture with him? It is such a great cause and it will help people getting on their feet while planning for their future. It is an amazing little business that I can’t let this one slip out of my hands. I am not able to do this alone since the owner wants both of us. W and I are getting along again but I just want to make sure that this will be the right decision for me…. Sincerely grateful. A

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