Thursday, January 11, 2018

Remedy for a Mood Lift: An Angel Message

A friend recently recommended watching the movie about Florence Foster Jenkins.  An ear splitting story of an awful opera singer who managed to sell out a concert at Carnegie Hall.

Perhaps the angels of laughter were around as I imagined my life an ongoing opera. Each family member or friend stood on the stage, belting out their dialogue with great feeling and gusto.

At one point, I got a playful glimpse of me singing an aria in the middle of a heated debate.  That brought down the house. 

In Practical Wisdom from Kabbalah and Edgar Cayce, Elliot Chiprut included a quote on using our voice to lift our moods.

"Then sing a lot about the work -- in everything the body does.  Hum, sing -- to self; not to be heard by others but to be heard by self."    (Edgar Cayce Reading 3386-1)
Edgar Cayce also advised a client:

"If there arises in the experience, then, a decision to be made, whether upon the material things, a change in residence, a change of environments of any nature or type, do so under the influence of such music." (Edgar Cayce Reading 1042-2).  The music he referred to related to soft, natural sounds.  Finer types of music develop our higher selves. 

Enjoy your day with the Angels and trust your own song.

Love and joyful blessings,

Rae Karen

 (Paris - Opera House 1977, Wikimedia Commons photo)