In this next excerpt from Dec. 20, 2018, an archangel counsels his servant on balancing work and relaxation and tells him to embrace the smallest and the biggest of changes around him.
From Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Dec. 20, 2017. Thanks to Dana for our transcript.
Steve: Where do you want me to go next in my writing, Lord? What instructions or encouragement can you give me on what’s best to focus next on?
AAM: Embrace your changes.
Steve: My changes. Personal? Is that what you’re saying?
AAM: That is exactly. Embrace even the smallest changes of what you are witnessing around you and embrace the biggest changes. And we are not saying to you, to in any way shy away from what you and we would call difficult subjects.
The biggest change in the planet at the moment is the level of chaos that has become acceptable; the level of hatred and greed that has become acceptable; the level of abuse that has become permissible. These are not changes towards the good.
Now as the bigger events, as you have called them, are taking place at the same time, of course that is going to occupy your full time. And, dear heart, we are strongly urging you, take a break.
Steve: I plan to take a break for two weeks after Christmas.
AAM: It is important and you are going to be busy but in that busyness, stop, breathe, look at the blue sky and just take time for your sacred self, for the pigeons, (2) for the seagulls, for your beloved, for the water, for your family… Take time for yourself.
Steve: It will probably be easier to do after the Reval in terms of money. Right now there’s no money to actually do anything but still I will relax, that’s for sure.
AAM: And in your relaxation, you find inspiration. You always have. It is when you stop long enough, sweet angel, to really breathe, that you feel the shift that is taking place within you.
Think of it in this way. And I do not say this at all in a critical way. You have been zooming along because I’ve encouraged you to zoom along and fly with me.
But if you are in a speedboat and you are going across the dreaded waters that you don’t like (1) at 70 miles an hour, all you feel is the harsh boom, boom, boom, boom as the boat, in very violent ways, hits the waves. Yes, you feel a very strong wind in your face and that is not particularly pleasant either.
If you are in the speedboat and you turn off the boat, you feel the gentle lap of the waves. You feel the swell of the water. You smell the water. You feel the sunshine on your face. That is what I’m asking you to do. Stop.
Steve: Okay, I will.
(1) I hate the water. I probably lost a sea battle or died at sea.
(2) I love feeding the pigeons.