Saturday, August 8, 2020

7-Up: An Angel Message

It may seem as though every time we go to the nearby lake, a bird is conspicuously standing out on the No. 7 water measuring rod, but that is rarely the case.  (Seven is a holy, peaceful number meaning spiritual instruction; completion, and perfection.)And, if one happens to show up, it brings a timely message.

A young cormorant was the bird of choice Friday afternoon.

"When a cormorant appears, it's a signal to dive deeper for answers and solutions.  A new birth is at hand.  Trust in your methods.  You will accomplish things now in unique ways what others cannot."

I didn't have my camera, on this mail-run, but asking permission to take a photo with my phone, slowly my feet came closer to his perch.

After the picture, his glossy black plumage took flight, and to my surprise, he didn't fly off, but splashed into the refreshing waters, creating a wave of wide concentric circles rippling out in the still clear lake.  A message to watch what we put out there because it expands to an ever widening circle of energy.

Early this morning, a sunlit Great Egret was perched on the 7-perfection pole, with his mouth opened as if he were talking to the fish.  As shared in the past, this elegant wader's message takes form in the "S" shape of his neck, signifying to rely more on Spirit direction than on the material realm.

The final touch of the morning came as Elliot and I went over to sit in the shade of a sheltering tree by the lake.  A bright yellow hand-painted HOPE rock had been lovingly placed on the wood beam under the picnic table.  The past week, I've been reading about working with the angels, and the color rays, especially focusing on the color yellow!
At home, I looked up verse Psalm 31:24 written on the flip side of the rock:

"Be of good courage, and he shall strengthen your heart, all ye that hope in the Lord."

I'm so thankful for all of the angelic support and love that is available.  We each have our guardian angels, and the assistance of a host of angels that will help us go deeper, and come up higher in consciousness, if we focus on living one day at a time. The choice is ours to make.  It can be a time to be grateful for what we have, and to be happy for the simple, but most meaningful things in life.  We can find happiness, and help to brighten the world during these fearful, and intensely challenging times, if we keep our thoughts on high, watching and praying that the inner will be made manifest in the outer.  Earth will be translated into Heaven.  All is well.

Love and peace,

Rae Karen

Cormorant - Animal Speak Pocket Guide, Ted Andrews)