Tag Archives: The Divine

Ariah Velasquez – Divine Strength Comes in Many Forms – 30 July 2014

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Goodmorning to all the readers. I am back…and will be now weekly!  I sit this morning pondering the vastness of the divine.  With the permission of my client, I wish to share a story with you today.  This client has a son with severe behavioral problems.  When I would coach her with disciplinary tactics, she would share that she was afraid of “breaking his spirit” or being unkind.  She feared that if she set boundaries with him, it would be unkind.  Now by no means would I recommend any type of corporal punishment to her, but when it came to not letting him play that day if he continued disrespect to her, and act out, that was another story.  Boundaries were an important part to getting peace in her life, and his life.  He needed the boundaries or he actually on an unconscious level would feel unsafe, and lack respect for her.  Many of my adult clients who have parents that did not show strength in their energy while they were growing up, look down on their parents now because it is part of our nature when developing to want to be shown the way and feel protected and safe, as well as be given clear messages on how to be.  The children look to us on how to be in the world and to show true strength in character.  The question is: what is strength?

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Wes Annac – SanJAsKa – The Divine has a Plan for You


On Thursday, October sixth SanJAsKa told me, ‘The Divine has a plan for you dear soul, a plan that is just in it’s beginning stages.” She was referring to the fact that I mentioned her words not getting out for a minute, because I was facing a possible shutting off of our electricity. I did not realize when I first heard these words the true significance of them and how they would relate to the next day.

We found out last Tuesday or Wednesday that our power may be getting shut off. We work up quite a power bill every month as there are may people Living in our house. I made sure my blog would be attended to while I was possibly away, and released all resistence to the Divine to make happen whatever was supposed to happen for my advancement. I began thinking the loss of power was meant to happen for my advancement, as I can be quite a slave to technoloy at times. I turned down help from the Hope Chest, as I was trying not to resist something I felt may have needed to happen. Little did I know, by not accepting help I was actually resisting what the Divine had in store for me, which was for me to keep our electricity. I learned this lesson admittedly the hard way, with the events that transpired on Friday.

My girlfriend and I noticed on Thursday that our child seemed to not be feeling so well, and we just assumed he was feeling under the weather. By Friday night he seemed to be getting much worse, and when we took his temperature we noticed it was at about 102. We called our child’s doctor and the recommendation was made to take him to the hospital. So we did, and mind you this was at about eight or nine thursday night. By about eleven we finally got to see the doctor. 

I turns out, my child has an ear infection and ‘strep rash’ on his chest. My girlfriend and I didn’t notice until thursday that our child wasn’t feeling good, and thursday must have been when his illness was in it’s beginning stages. Sound familiar? I thought so. We were given a prescription for an anti-biotic as well as some pain reliever, and there is a law that states one’s power cannot be shut off if there is a child in the house that power is needed for, for whatever reason. In this case, it is because we need to keep his medicine refrigerated. This whole experience has taught me that the Divine truly never leaves us hanging, and when an ascended being tells you the Divine has a plan for you, I would suggest you listen and pay attention. I was told by SanJAsKa that the Divine had a plan for me, and I merely shook it off as wishful thinking on my part. But I have been shown. This whole experience has been such an eye-opener for me, and I hope my account of my experiences will serve as a bit of an eye-opener for you as well. :)

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