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Message From The Angels: Secrets Unveiled - A Guide to Believing in the Unseen

Message From The Angels: Secrets Unveiled - A Guide to Believing in the Unseen

My dear friends, we love you so very much,

Imagine you had a magical television. Whatever you were thinking would appear on the screen. The more emotion you feel about your thoughts, the greater the clarity and detail become. As your thoughts change, the picture changes. As your emotions change, the picture becomes clearer or fuzzier. The more you hold your focus, the more the story you are watching will evolve. Each time you shift, the picture on your screen shifts with you.

Dear ones, this is your life, except for one tiny detail. Unlike that magic TV, you get a time delay between what you think and what you start to see in your waking life. You get to build momentum before the "scene" starts to appear, and happily, you have time to course-correct before unwanted things begin to appear in your reality.

This is why faith, which many of you define as a "belief in things unseen," is one of your most powerful tools. We would rather call faith the ability to "focus on things unseen" or, even better, the ability to "focus on what you want to see."

When you:

F  - Focus your Feelings with
A  - Attention & Action
I   - In
T  - Total
H  - Harmony

you will eventually cultivate the faith you call a "belief in things unseen."

Faith, as we know it, is not a passive belief in the benevolence of a God outside of yourself who will grant you favors. Faith is focusing your feelings with attention and action so as to exist in total harmony with the love that lives within you—the love that is you.

None of you will do this all the time, but the more you can, the better you will feel, and the more you will enjoy your guidance, magic, and miracles. Magic is not magical, dear ones; it is just a word you use when you begin to experience the synchronicity of the non-physical realms.

Miracles are not really miracles. They are scientifically predictable results of vibrational alignment. Someday, science will understand this, but for now, understand that faith—your ability to focus your feelings with attention and action in total harmony with the love that you are—is your key to magic and miracles.

When you align with love, you align with the core essence of all things and all beings. You tune into a reality—the show on your life TV—where loving beings cooperate in ways beyond their individual comprehension. You are tuning into the reality where you are guided and in which you will experience beautiful synchronicities.

When you "focus your feelings with attention and action in total harmony with love," then dear ones, you are not subject to the lower vibrational attempts to manipulate and control you. Aligned with love, you have compassion for all but a strong sense of self, trust in your guidance, and surrender to life's daily offerings. You will have taught yourself, through experience, that what is in front of you will ultimately work out for you.

So how do you cultivate faith, dear one? We hear you ask this so often. The answer is a simple one but one that must be put into action. You practice. You focus your feelings with attention and action in total harmony with love as often as possible. You don't try to fake love. You try to find things you can love. Don't pretend to love people you don't or can't easily love. Focus on those you can. Don't pretend to like the food you don't like. Find food you do. Don't focus your feelings with attention and action on what you despise to fight against it. Focus your feelings with attention and action on that which you love to empower.

If you fight hunger you will just see more and more of it on your life TV, thus empowering that "show." Better to focus on those who like to feed and serve, thus empowering a more powerful reality. One will drag you down and disempower you. The other will raise you up, inspire you, and inspire others.

If you say you love and forgive your ex or former boss but feel your jaws tightening and your breath becoming shallow, then dear ones, your thoughts are noble, but your emotions aren't there yet. Focus on something more pleasant! Use your precious tools of attention and action to be in total harmony with love by finding things and beings you can more easily feel good about.

If you love your dessert more than your former boss, bask in the glory of your wondrous dessert, wish this individual peace, then put them out of your mind by focusing on something or someone more pleasant. You would not want to watch every show on your television. You have your preferences. Likewise, you would not want to watch every show on your life TV!

Replace the things you no longer wish to observe with better thoughts. It isn't that difficult. If we asked you to name the most frustrating person in your life and then list at least 50 better things to think about, you'd be able to write this list in no time!

There are no medals in heaven for choosing the hardest path to love, dear friends. As water tries to find the easiest course, love does, too. Be kind to yourselves. Don't try to love the ones you can't love right now. Love what you can, and eventually, you will be so filled with love that even your "worst enemy" (who we would call "your greatest teacher") will be just another person on your path of expansion.

The more you practice "focusing your feelings with attention and action in total harmony with love," the more you will cultivate what you traditionally call faith—a belief in things unseen. As you start to see your truly positive thoughts and authentically good feelings attract more and more in your life, you will see the vibrational universe in action.

You will come to know, through experience, that the unseen will not remain unseen for long. You will show yourself that the more you can focus on and feel what feels good, the quicker the good will appear on the "screen" of your life TV. We want the best show on earth for every one of you.

God Bless You! We love you so very much.
-- The Angels


Message from Ann

Hi Everyone,

I remember the day I started to question my faith. I grew up Catholic and honestly had a very good experience with it. I love God. I felt the Presence in church. I loved the "band masses" we went to as a kid, where what I now call the "hippie church band" played 60s-style devotional music... "What color is God's Skin? What color is God's Skin? It is black. It is yellow. It is red. It is white. Everyone's the same in the good Lord's sight," complete with bongo drums and banjos. I loved that. Even the pipe-organ masses were something else. I could feel the music flowing through my body. And it was fun, too, to see all the ladies in their fine dresses wearing lace veils that I covertly tried to touch when they weren't looking. There was just something about so many people getting together to pray that felt good to me.

That said, some of the beliefs didn't feel so good. While we sang about equality at band mass, some people in the church believed "our" way was the "right" way and the "only" way. That never made sense to my second-grade brain. If God made us all, why would they love some of us more? I didn't accept that. The catechism taught us the Omni's - that God was omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent, etc.— all-knowing, all-present, all-powerful. If God was all present, well, he/she/it was in me and everyone else, and why would God not love itself? I had a lot of questions, but I was still raised in the religious tradition and wasn't willing to question it to the point of changing my life... until I was in my young twenties.

A friend brought over a book he had been reading. I don't even recall the title. It wasn't one of the more famous ones. It was about the author's experiences out of body at night, meeting up with various beings, some of them ETs. I read it and felt both unsettled and curious. What if everything we believe about heaven and hell was based on someone's out-of-body adventure in the other realms? What if purgatory was just where the confused sat around until they got into the light? What if there was really no judgment? Then how would we all know what was right and what was not? I didn't have the understanding I do now. I had only what I was taught, what I had accepted, and I was starting to wonder about the reality of it all.  

I started to pray for answers, and books fell off the shelves in front of me during my visits to the local bookstore. Now, websites pop up! Back then, the real books jumped off the shelves. I started to read and learn about energy and other realms. Everything I'd ever experienced and all I believed started to make sense within the context of a much broader reality. My traditional faith had been shaken, but my questing led me to focus my feelings, with attention and action, on the love that I felt was the true nature of the Divine. 

The path was a bumpy one. I had to dive within to make peace with myself and came to the conclusion that what lived within wasn't what I thought I was. It wasn't my thoughts, my actions, or my choices. What lived within us, I found, was something far greater.  

It was this faith, the faith the angels call, "focusing the feelings with attention and action in total harmony with love," that has given me a rock-solid belief in things unseen. I no longer believe in the capricious mercy of an external God, because I've shown myself time and again that this magnificent love offers only a constant and steady stream of goodness. It is up to me to focus in a way that taps me into this stream.

I didn't grow up with the advice to seek good feelings. In many unspoken ways, we were taught to suffer nobly. Jesus spent tortuous hours on the cross. I learned to suffer through my crosses too, until Jesus appeared to me years ago, and lovingly but firmly, "Get off the cross! I did that centuries ago!" It struck me as obvious when he said it. Why would we suffer on purpose unless we, like him and the rare few, were called to it? Why sit on a leg that is falling asleep in order to answer a few more emails? Why not get up and walk? Why eat a meal that doesn't turn out well instead of blessing it, tossing it, and getting a bowl of cereal? Why try to be nicer and nicer to someone mean instead of lovingly turning away? I had never even questioned these things, but I started to ask myself all day, every day, "What feels better?" "What feels more like love?"

I still put up with things at times that I don't need to. I still forget to focus my feelings at times. When I injured my knee and foot these past few years (being ungrounded is something I must beware of given my work!), I put up with the pain for far too long until a few months ago, I went on a focusing campaign to fix things, and of course, they're now mending, and I no longer hurt. I'll be back to hiking again soon enough.  

It doesn't take long to focus on something that feels better. It takes only willingness and perseverance.

First, we have to be willing to feel better. It sounds crazy to say we're unwilling to feel better, but sometimes we aren't. Sometimes, we want to stay angry because it is justified, and it makes us feel temporarily powerful. Sometimes, we are just sad and aren't ready to move beyond that for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, someone has hurt us so much we don't believe we can feel good.

When we're ready and willing, we can feel better. When ready and willing, we can reach for a kinder thought or focus our feelings with attention and action "in total harmony" with love. There is always something to feel good about if we're willing.

Secondly we just have to persevere and practice tuning. Sometimes it is easy, and sometimes it takes a lot of mental effort. As the saying goes, practice makes perfect and the more we taken finding good feelings seriously and put this into practice, the easier and more natural it becomes once again.

Children, animals, and the rare few who haven't lost their natural state of being do this easily. I once watched a neighborhood child climb on top of the car parked in front of her house. She was having royal fun sliding down the windshield and rolling off the hood into the grass until she landed hard in the mud. She let out a good wailing cry, sobbed for a few moments, looked around, then wiped off her tears. She gave the car a fiercely indignant look for tossing her on the ground, then went on to play with her friends! Within minutes, she was laughing and enjoying life again. 

The humorous post-script to this story occurred when her dad came out and saw her muddy outfit and torn pants. "What happened to you?" I saw the wheels turn in her mind! She turned on the waterworks and started sobbing, "I fell and hurt myself," she cried. Daddy picked her up, soothed her, and carried her in while she grinned and waved to her friends. I laughed myself silly. That little genius knew how to feel good and knew how to play the "How I should feel" game just perfectly!

At this age, we don't have to play the "how I should feel" game. We can just have our natural feelings and then practice the angels' definition of faith by focusing our feelings, with attention and action, in total harmony with love.

Here are a few exercises to help you practice this kind of "faith" to cultivate the more widely accepted version of "faith" (belief in things unseen):

1.   Practice focusing on things that are easy to feel good about

Instead of trying to feel good about the tough stuff and the stuff we don't enjoy, it is far easier to tune yourself into love by looking for easy things to feel good about. I don't love doing accounting, but I do love my desk, my hot tea, my accountant, and the fact that I have such brilliant people who can answer all my questions and guide me.

I love the cushion on my office chair, the crystals on my desk, and the feel of my keyboard that practically sings under my fingers. I like the feeling of numbers adding up correctly and seeing the year in order. I love reminiscing about the events that are associated with each little receipt. Even though I'd rather be writing or talking to angels, I make the task fun by focusing on all about it that I can love.

If you can't find anything good about a situation or person, do as Jesus advised and "turn the other cheek." Look elsewhere, at something else that makes you feel better.

It is much easier to practice tuning into love when focused on things and people that are easier to love. As you learn to find the feeling of love, you'll be able to call it from within you, even under tough circumstances, even when life doesn't give you a good reason.

2. Collect Good Feeling Thoughts

Keep a photo album, a collection of quotes, a notebook of positive memories, or an inspiring book nearby so when you are in need of something positive, you have some tried and true ways to get there.

There are a gazillion ways you can surround yourself with goodness starting with having things around you that you love, to creating positive playlists, or stocking the fridge with healthy snacks that you enjoy.

However, you go about it, stack the deck in your favor by having things that can help you focus on good feeling thoughts whenever you're in need of a little assistance.

3. Use symbol, ceremony, or action to put bad feelings aside or transform them

Of course, we have to handle some things in our lives that are unpleasant. However, we don't have to give them more energy than they deserve. If someone is unkind or behaves badly and wobbles you, remind yourself that you deserve to feel good.

Write what they said on a piece of paper and shred or bury it as a symbolic release to reclaim your mind. I once wrote something nasty someone said on a piece of TP and flushed it! That's about all the attention unkindness deserves.

Alternately you can transform unpleasant feelings by releasing the energy in a healthy way. I have clients who kick-box, use a punching bag, throw water balloons, or power walk. I've made art, written cathartic poetry and often cleaned house or weeded the yard to burn off steam. Raw energy, even if unpleasant, can be put to good use!

If you're sad, have a good cleansing cry, and doing things that are cleansing helps you feel a little better. Take an Epsom salt bath. Eat foods that nurture your body. Curl up under a good blanket and feel its softness. Give yourself the space to feel so the Love that lives within can help transform those feelings.

In whatever way you can, symbolically put bad feelings aside or transform them.

My faith in how the universe really works didn't come overnight. I didn't blindly accept what the angels taught me, and what I read in the early days of my seeking. I tried things, went kicking and screaming at times, and eventually proved to myself that we are powerful energetic tuners. When we treat ourselves as "be-ings" that can tune rather than machines that have to act as we are "supposed to," we can experience what we still call the miraculous in our lives. At the very least you will live a life filled with love.

In a world that tries to focus us on all that is wrong, there is so much good going on. I see it every day in the lives of good people, doing good things, reaching for more.

It is deep in the human psyche to desire a life lived in the flow of love. Thought-by-thought as we focus our feelings, with attention and action, in total harmony with love—if only starting with love and acceptance for ourselves—our lives begin to shape themselves in more beautiful and loving ways.

Have a blessed week,

Ann Albers and The Angels
Please feel free to share any of my messages or posts. The only thing I ask is a small note: ©Ann Albers, www.VisionsofHeaven.com
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