Welcome! I'm glad you found your way here. Spirit guides and ascended masters have been teaching me for over 25 years. It has been an educational, joyous and fulfilling journey. It's time to share it with you.

I am not doing this for fame or financial gain. My aim is solely to serve humanity and the Divine by listening, writing it down, and making it available to guide and inspire you. That is the sum total of my calling and my ambition.

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There is enough material here to give you a lot to ponder; most of it is timeless. I encourage you to dig into the archives and see what speaks to you today.

Thank you for coming by. Know that the moment you made contact here, love and blessings have started flowing your way, from me, and from my many contacts. Even if you cannot hear them, they can hear you, so speak to them freely and know you are heard and understood. You never know, you just might get a reply!

Monday, September 26, 2011

Don't Hesitate to Ask!

Don't ever be afraid to ask for help.  Loving beings always surround you, desiring to assisting you.  They are here, all around you, waiting for their opportunity to serve, for serving you is their purpose, their fulfillment, their joy.

There is nothing you can or should do, to make yourself eligible for, or deserving of, a hand.  We'll say it again, because this is really important:  There is nothing you can or should do to deserve this help.  You are so very, very loved that to help you brings gladness to the hearts of your team members.

Oh yes, we want you to know that each of you has a dedicated team, a council, if you will, devoted to you, your needs, your well-being.  We, who are speaking to you now, are a part of Orea's team.

You have your own, equally dedicated and knowledgeable, equally delighted to be of service, equally hoping that you will ask.  For, again, your asking frees them up to act on your behalf, for your highest and best outcome.  You must give permission, and you give permission by asking.

It's not a sign of weakness or failure to ask for help.  It's not a sign of superiority or strength NOT to ask when help is needed.  Asking for help when you know you need a hand (or might need a hand), when you are struggling with something, or think it might be tough to handle, is simply good sense.

If you have the keys to a powerful, new car, and you need to get to the grocery store, and that car is sitting at the curb ready to go...would you hesitate to use it?  (If you can't drive, add a chauffeur to the scenario.)  Would you insist on lugging that pile of groceries home by hand?  We hope not.

Every convenience has been put into place for you.  But, like so many other things, to benefit, you have to use it.

Please don't hesitate.  Please don't wait to ask because the problem isn't big enough, the situation isn't dire enough yet.  That's just silly.

Find something and test it out.  The more you use it, the more you will see how very effective it is to ask your aides for help.

Life is challenging enough here without going it all alone.  You'll be able to accomplish more, and offer more to the world at large, and beyond, if you let your team "team up" with you.

Discover what we are talking about, and know that you don't know their limits.  Make no assumptions about what they can and cannot do for you.  Their limitations are very few, so don't even go there, trying to guess or assume what they may be.  This is not your department.  Your job is to offer them the problem.  Their job is to make it better.

Oh, yes, we'd better remind you of what we've said before:  Offer them the problem, and then, let go.  Let go, and trust and know good things, wonderful things are happening for you.  Smile, and give thanks.  Then wait and see.

We love and honor you this day.  Ask your team for a blessing this time!  They'll be glad you did, and so will you.


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