Sweet Nectar of Life
Chapel of the Holy Cross Nov. 7th, 2016
I can’t explain how exactly I am moved or why I feel the way I do when attending the prayer service at the Chapel in Sedona, AZ. I feel there’s a profound healing energy that resides beneath the surface of the Chapels’ energetic footprint deep within the red rocks. Each and almost every time I’m there praying for people I am completely moved to tears. God’s presence is felt there by so many weary travelers. Yesterday was once again one of those times. It is my understanding that tears are a release of what our hearts cannot say. I believe we should always allow the tears to flow when we feel the need to do so. A release should never be held back or held within. Always allow the pent up energy to flow fluidly from your eyes. Tune into your body afterwards to see how much better you feel. I bet you it will be the difference between night and day. Letting go of what no longer serves you allows for healing, for growth and expansion to begin. To heal is to shift your energy. You were never actually broken you know, only in need of a rewiring, a shift in thought, which essentially is all energy. So shift your thoughts and shift your mind. This is what people in the spiritual community are referring to as a Holy Shift!? The feelings that I felt my heart was expressing to me in that moment when the tears began to well up in the corners of my eyes is that I am eternally grateful for all of you in my life. For your trust in me that your prayers would be carried up to the alter of this Chapel. Which by the way has been blessed this year as a healing place of Mercy by the Pope. I was lucky enough to be here in February with my cousin, Melissa and now to be back here again yesterday in such a reverent and Holy space. The Year of Mercy will commence on the 15th of November. It has been my honor that together with my Mom we were able to carry your prayers from PA to AZ and lay them on the alter next to the cross with Jesus for Divine Healing of the highest and best good for all those involved.
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