Sunday, March 1, 2020

Corona, the Sun's Halo: An Angel Message


In meditation this week, I was praying for more understanding regarding the fear infodemic news surrounding the corona virus.  

An angel thought reminded me that the word corona is a definition for a halo around the sun. 

 In spiritual truth, light is, and nothing can put out the light.  Yes, it can be covered up with clouds of fear and doubt, but the light still shines.  Just like our life-giving sun always shines. Only the Earth's rotation divides day into night.  Grateful thoughts turned to God's Love, and how we are made in the image and likeness of God, spirit-formed.  I was praying for all to turn toward the light within, that eternal spark that can never go out.

What happened next caught me by surprise.  A peacefulness enfolded me and a cosmic image of a sunflower appeared in my mind's eye.  

The flower's sturdy thick stalk, reaching up for the light,  had carried it far beyond the fearful din of the world. It looked bedraggled, its frayed yellow petals had yet to open wide in the grayness before dawn. But the sunflower had made it, with bowed head.  The light had prevailed!  I was suddenly filled with hope and joy.

Thoughts are things so think on the bright side.

A little research on the sunflower added more clarity.  This plant has dynamic energy, and represents community, all working together in unity.  The sunflower is not one large blossom as it appears to be, but its face consists of a cluster of small 5-pointed stars. 

Sunflowers bring happiness.  They always face the sun. At sunrise, the flower swings around to the east to greet a new day.   When a sunflower appears, it is a reminder to keep our eyes on the higher light in all that we do.  Opportunities will appear for us to find happiness with our inner sun. 

In a random search for a galactic sunflower, imagine my surprise to discover a Hubble/NASA photo of a Sunflower Galaxy.



Enjoy your day with the Angels.

Love and joyful blessings,


Rae Karen






sunflower photo - wikimedia
sunflower ref - Nature Speak, Ted Andrews