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Uriel Heals
by Jennifer Hoffman

Each lifetime is a journey in self healing and the world is a mirror of the healing that each one of you has come to accomplish. The world does not need to be healed as much as it needs to experience your healing. Then it experiences the higher vibrations and moves into its healed potential. Each person in your life is a mirror of your own healing. Those you believe come to you for healing are a mirror of the healing you have agreed to complete. If you heal them you are not healed. But if you heal yourself they can become a mirror of your healing.

You believe that you are called to heal the world and you become frustrated because it seems that the world refuses to honor your commitment. There is still pain, chaos and suffering everywhere you look. You feel that in the course of your lifetimes you have made little progress because the world you return to is always the same. But is it? The world simply reflects the energy of the collective, a mirror of the healing that is yet to be done. And the energy you notice is that which is to be healed within you.

Each of you resonates with an energetic spectrum that you can move from fear to love. These energetic vibrations are part of your soul commitment, which is why you are aware of and feel pulled by specific kinds of suffering. Some of you want to heal the hungry, others the sick, others the defenseless and powerless, others work to empower children. Whatever energies you need to heal in the world are those you must heal within yourselves as they represent your karmic journey, your disconnection and your soul’s wounds.

With each experience and interaction remember that this is a journey of self healing, of your journey to wholeness, divinity and reconnection. Your teachers mirror your need for healing to you. And the world responds to the reflection of your healed self and it can then be healed. Your question with everyone should be ‘What is being mirrored to me and how can I heal this within myself?’ Then you will be given the information and tools to complete this healing. As you hold your healed powerful self before the world, it will respond with its own healing.

Copyright ©2011 by Jennifer Hoffman and Enlightening Life OmniMedia, Inc. This material is protected by US and international copyright now and may be distributed freely in its entirety as long as the author’s name and website, are included.

Daily Meditation 09 01 10

We are always surrounded by doors of opportunity. That’s the way life is. Often, opportunities do not come in packages wrapped in the colors we expected. When an unexpected surprise happens, we refuse to see it and so we miss the opportunity. Sometimes we are so focused on a goal far out in the future that we do not see what is right in front of us, or we get so busy hurrying and rushing around that we lose all perspective.

Anne Wilson Schaef

Today’s Meditation:

Possibility and potential–this day and every day are full of both of them. The number of opportunities that we have in our lives is amazing, yet most of us rarely see even a small percentage of the opportunities that life throws our way. There are of course the obvious opportunities such as having the air to breathe and the food to eat to keep us alive (though not everyone on the planet has the same level of opportunity there!), but there are many other opportunities that are just so unexpected that we never even see them. They come our way only to be ignored like a twenty-dollar bill laying under a leaf. It’s there, but the leaf blocks our vision so that we don’t see it and can’t take advantage of it.

Our opportunities lie in many different places that we don’t expect them to lie in. Because we don’t expect to see them, we simply don’t see them. If we’re so caught up in what we’re doing and in how we think things should be going, it can be very easy for us to miss the things that are new and different.

I find that sometimes I can be so focused on what I’m doing that I miss tons of things, and that makes me sad. Of course, being focused allows me to complete things that need to be done, and to do them well, but sometimes I do wonder at the cost. It’s a trade-off that I need to be aware of, of course. But Anne’s right, I think–we are always surrounded by opportunity, and it doesn’t always come knocking in a form that we can recognize simply. For our opportunities and possibilities in life, we have to be ready for them when they arise, and we have to be willing to take the risks involved when they make themselves a part of our lives.

It is very dangerous to go into eternity with possibilities which one has oneself prevented from becoming realities. A possibility is a hint from God. One must follow it.

Soren Kierkegaard

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