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Constant Reassurance Makes for Good Vibrations

March 14, 2010

I did it. I not only made the decision to change my career, I actually acted on it this past week. You can see the pre-game warmup here.

Now comes the tricky part. I must make sure that every thought, feeling, emotion, vibration, and experience support not only the fact that I made the right decision, but also that I will be highly successful in my new ventures.

In the days leading up to my decision and the action that sealed the deal, I continually asked God to give me signs that I was headed the right direction. He did that in overwhelming ways. With every convincing sign, I would ask for another and another. I think I wanted the heavens to open up and ten thousand angels to descend in front of me, all singing some rendition of a song called DO IT! I was feeling the fear of insecurity, and needed complete reassurance that my change was authorized, 100% backed, and supported by the all of the forces of Heaven.

I finally did it. I must admit I was partly afraid that if I asked for any more signs I might get hit by one. I’m joking, of course, but it is funny how one fear was replaced by another. Now I face the daily mental disciplinary task of knowing that I am safe, cared for, protected, and financially secure in all ways. Again, asking for constant reassurance from the Divine is the best way for me to calm the doubt and raise the vibration of success. He continues to come through with flying colors (not literally, but would probably happen if I asked for it).

This morning, I once again asked for that communication of reassurance. I have found that He speaks most clearly to me through the words of books including everything from the Bible to something called Animal Spirit Guides by Steven Farmer to my latest find entitled It Has Always Been Thus. I’m sure He would find a way to respond to me no matter what I picked up, yet this morning, I grabbed the latter option, said my short prayer requesting reassurance, closed my eyes, and flipped to a page in the book.

These words were the first I saw from Rosalee Sirgany’s book:

Go within. Look into your heart. See what gladdens your heart and soul and endeavor to make this your life’s work. Be at peace and know that you shall and will be abundantly provided for, for when you are on the correct path for you, you are flowing in harmony with Divine energy and things seem to fall in place magically.

There is no magic, however, except that which you create by being at one with All That Is, in harmony with the flow of love and light. Be happy. It is the most important thing, for when you are happy you can change the world easily and effectively.

What’s left to be said after reassurance like that? I think I’ll go find an mp3 of Bobby McFerrin’s song, “Don’t Worry,  Be Happy”.  It’s already playing in my head. You can listen on You Tube here.

6 Comments leave one →
  1. Jeanne Todd permalink
    March 14, 2010 7:55 AM

    Congratulations and I wish you the best in your new endeavors!

    • March 14, 2010 8:03 AM

      Thank you, Jeanne. Are you like my dad? He says he highly recommends that retirement thing.

  2. Vivian Bennett permalink
    March 14, 2010 8:07 AM

    God Bless you Angela! I wish you the very best God has to offer you! I am feeding off of your positive energy and am having the same thoughts! STATE GOLD Trophey! State GOLD Trophey!!!! come to me come to me…..haha.. no really, I am going to have such good positive thoughts. They are what makes my heart happy!

  3. March 14, 2010 8:16 AM

    There is a reason that “do not fear” or “do not be afraid” were mentioned so many times throughout the Bible. Fear is the one thing that can keep us from receiving. By focusing on what we want instead of what we do not want, the blessings come to us. It has taken me YEARS to overcome the negative and focus on the positive. There are things that I have experienced recently that could easily be taken negatively (and do when I’m in a mood), yet I am choosing to see them as confirmation, which allows me to laugh and feel joy about the negativity.

    Vivian, this is your year. I feel it, too. I am planning a trip down state to see a state winning performance in a few weeks.

  4. Nita permalink
    March 14, 2010 12:26 PM

    Angie, I don’t know your plans, but I am assuming you will be taking a leap of faith. When I retired from teaching, I wasn’t leaving something I didn’t like…I was going toward something I LOVED with all my heart. There was a need, and no one on the planet could fill it like I could…I am uniquely qualified for my new career as I suspect you are for yours. Every day caring for and playing with the people I love most in the world brings me joy beyond measure. Best of luck to you! You are good at what you do no matter what it is. You live life with passion. You also give a great message!

    • March 14, 2010 8:32 PM

      Such sweet words from one of the sweetest ladies I know. I can relate to caring for people I love. Guess that’s kind of what I’m headed for in a round about way. Your babies are so blessed.

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