Finding Our Wings: A Collection of Angelic Stories and Poems Kindle Edition- on Amazon.com and .ca
by Spiritual Writers Network (Author), Shanda Trofe (Editor), Megan Winter Moffitt (Foreword)
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DO YOU BELIEVE IN ANGELS?
A miracle. Serendipity. Synchronicity. Divine intervention. Just a coincidence? These are some of the words and phrases often used to describe unexplained events that we will all likely experience at one point in our lives or another, whether we choose to acknowledge them or not. But what are these miraculous occurrences and who or what is behind them?
That is the question of many, but for others the answer is clear. Could it be the work of angels? Is it possible there are guardians on the other side watching over us, ready to intervene when we call upon them for protection or guidance? Could it be there are even angels walking this earth among us?
This book is a collection of angelic short stories and poems compiled from the winning entries from Spiritual Writers Network’s 2016 writing contest. With each turn of the page, you’ll find beauty, inspiration and love to uplift your soul and enlighten your heart. We hope you will enjoy this year’s collection of divinely inspired stories and poems.
by Megan Winter Moffitt
by Diane Bell
Angel Wings and Human Hearts
by Tonia Browne
by Vicki J. Cypcar
Angels Watching Over Me
by Louise Huey Greenleaf
by Chaya Rosen
The Angel Promise
by Krista Gawronski
To Ask Angels for Help
by Giuliana Melo
by Mary Frances Fisher
by Susie Tierney
Divine Appointments for an Angel’s Birth
by Lore Raymond
Your Wings Were Meant To Fly!
by Alex Treglazoff~Dober
by Janet R. Sady
by David DeWolf
The Everlasting Rose
by Linda A. Mohr
A Point of Light
by Wyshika Gibson
The Angels Among Us
by Laura Silvina
by Kev Milsom
The Hook of the Angel
by Susanne E. Steinel
Angels in Hospice
by Joan Genske
by Dr. D. Leon Pippin
by Joanne Mills
Lucinda and the Garden Fairy
by Lisa Wells
Blessings Forever Be
by Cheryl Denise Chandler
by Emily L. Pippin
Open the Door
by Katie Golby
My Angel of Mercy
by Amy Bryant
A Hug from Archangel Michael
by Bernadette Price
My Guardian Angel Drove a Hummer
by Georgia A. Hubley
by Camellia Stadts
Mom’s Angel Pin
by Debbie Quigley
Sometimes Angels Wear Clothes
by Betty Whitaker Jackson
Love Drunk Angel
by Barbara Collins
by Karen Erlichman
An Angel Intervention
by Barbara Harris R.N.
My Blue Angel
by Kelley Smith
by Vicky Mitchell
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Fibromyalgia (FM) is a medical diagnosis that is characterised by chronic widespread pain and heightened and painful response to pressure. Symptoms other than pain may occur including feeling tired to a degree that normal activities are affected, sleep problems, and joint stiffness. Some people also report difficulty with swallowing bowel and bladder abnormalities,numbness and tingling, and cognitive dysfunction. Fibromyalgia is frequently associated with depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder.
The cause of fibromyalgia is unknown but believed to involve psychological, genetic, neurobiological, and environmental factors. There is evidence that environmental factors and certain genes increase the risk of developing fibromyalgia; these same genes are also associated with other functional somatic syndromes and major depressive disorder.The pain, appears to stem from neurochemical imbalances and the activation of inflammatory pathways in the brain which results in abnormalities in pain-processing. Fibromyalgia is recognized as a disease. Fibromyalgia is described as a "central sensitization syndrome" caused by biological abnormalities in the nervous system which act to produce pain and cognitive impairments as well as psychological problems. Despite this, there is controversy about the cause and nature of fibromyalgia and how people affected by it are described by those in the medical community.
The treatment of fibromyalgia can be difficult. Recommendations often include getting enough sleep, exercising regularly, and eating a healthy diet. The medications duloxetine, milnacipran, or pregabalin may be used. Opioid pain medication are poorly supported by evidence. Dietary supplements also lack evidence to support their use. While fibromyalgia can last a long time, it does not result in death or tissue damage.
Fibromyalgia is estimated to affect 2–8% of the population.
Females are affected about 7 to 9 times more often than males. The term "fibromyalgia" derives from New Latin, fibro-, meaning "fibrous tissues", Greek μυώ myo-, "muscle", and Greek άλγος algos, "pain"; thus the term literally means "muscle and connective tissue pain.
Source : wikipedia
The book " The Secret Language of your Body" by Inna Segal states that there is an emotional component behind fibromyalgia.
Something to take into consideration:
-feeling unwanted, knocked down by life's challenges, overstressed. Lacking the strength to get up and keep going. Too much to do, and not enough time and energy to do it. Life feels like a fight. Feeling stuck, resistant to growth, movement, and exploration. Overflowing with sadness, regret, guilt, and worry. Feeling depressed, suppressed and on guard.
If this sounds like you and you need some help to move that energy out of your body, talk to me. If I can't help you I know a mentor who can.
Reach out. Today is the day you make a change to HEAL with Giuliana.
I want to share my old story with all of my readers. Breast cancer is front and center in the news, but gynaecological cancer needs it's place as well.
Gynaecological cancer affects the female reproductive organs, which includes the uterus, cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes, endometrium, peritoneum, vagina and vulva.
It is very important to be in tune with your body. When something feels off it warrants a checkup.
For almost 10 years before my diagnosis, I had unexplained perineal spasms. I also had very heavy menstrual bleeding. I also had excruciating abdominal & vaginal pain. I was so fortunate to have an amazing gyne-doctor that took good care of me. The year before my diagnosis (2010) he did an endometrial biopsy which was normal. Then again in May 2011 he thought it prudent to do another biopsy. I almost decided against it as it was the May long weekend and I wanted to go camping and have fun.
Thank God I decided my health was more important than fun.
Prior to the diagnosis of CA. I was diagnosed with chronic pelvic pain and endured almost 3 years of intravaginal injections of botox. I joke that I had the best looking vag in Canada! haha. But all joking aside, those injections were so very painful. The injections were via vagina into my obturator and levator muscles. I also had pelvic physiotherapy. Again intravaginal. I am telling you, it was very weird and I applaud those women who learn how to do this. You have no idea the need for it as those physiotherapists also help postpartum women who lose control of their bladders.
Roughly, 1 in 4 women will walk through some kind of cancer. That is an alarming stat. The risks increase with all the environmental pollutants and emotional issues that we hold in the body. The risks are also higher as we age.
The most common gynaecological cancer is uterine/endometrial cancer. The endometrium is a layer of the uterus. I want you all to take time to put you first. Put your health first. I was blessed that I had an amazing Dr. who was proactive. I had cells in my uterus that were cancer but my primary was in the peritoneum. The cancer was very microscopic. The official diagnosis was Stage 3B low grade serous carcinoma of the peritoneum with drop mets to the uterus , cervix, tubes, ovaries, and appendix. By the Grace of God my lymph nodes were clean and clear.
KNOW THE WARNING SIGNS:
- vaginal bleeding
-bleeding between periods
-painful cramps and pelvic pain
-abnormal vaginal discharge
-bleeding after intercourse
TAKE PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
- make healthy choices for yourself with food, exercise and quit smoking
-practice safe sex
-pay attention to your body
-make time for annual pap tests
-educate yourself on your family history
Make sure you have a good relationship with your family doctor and discuss your risk factors- such as family history.
If you are diagnosed know that your body's ability to heal is more than you ever imagined possible. Change your thoughts, change your life. Seek within to that part of you that is one with Creator. Use your intuition to be guided to the best healing modalities there are. I worked with my medical team and was very compliant. I also went with my gut and did biofeedback, reiki, holistic modalities, prayer, meditation, breathing, gentle yoga, sound therapy, good nutrition and mostly accepted lots and lots of love.
To me, cancer taught me life is so very short. I had to learn to heal all my wounds of the past. I had to heal my fears. I had to change the way I showed up in the world. I had to stand up for myself. I had to put me first. I wouldn't trade a day of my life as it has brought me to this day.
My new story is I am healing. I am an angel intuitive, reiki and MBS coach. I am a published author.
I love my life. I love my family. I love my friends. I love my teachers. I love God for allowing me to heal, learn, grow and now share my story.
I feel so very connected to all there is. I want to help people. That is my intention. From this day forward. I am Giuliana. I am ready to be of service in a different way. If I can help you please reach out. I love you all so very much. Cancer doesn't have to be scary. It's just a word. We give it power. I won't. I give God all the power. I know you can heal.
1. I need to acknowledge how far I have come. I need to write down what I have accomplished since my having to leave my old job, and give myself credit for my strength, courage and determination. I need to thank God for guiding me. I need to stay in the light.
2. Spending all this time alone is good for me. It has allowed me to rest, recharge, regroup, rethink, relax and revive my mind, body and soul.
3. I need to ground & breathe. Getting outside in nature is so important. Also deep cleansing breaths.. and breathing in nature and oxygen helps revive the mind and the body. I benefit from walking.
4.Smiling and laughing is essential to living a high vibration life. Even when alone, taking time to laugh at funny things is essential.
5. As I learn to trust my intuition and connect with God, Guides and angels and my family in spirit, I have created this amazing life. Try it.
We all have gifts and they are from God.
if I can help you with an angel card reading, reiki or coaching.. please let me know. 403 850 2532 or firstname.lastname@example.org
image credit- Melissa Corter
channelled message March 8,2016
"Dear sweet Giuliana,
Open that heart of yours child and shine…do not mind those who cannot handle your light, shine it anyway. You healing heart has come so far, we hear your prayers and always send you soothing thoughts to calm your spirit. Be kind to yourself, remember how far you have come. You can never go back, so let yourself breathe deeply with the knowing that you are so very loved, beyond where your eyes can see and your heart can feel, our love for you travels beyond it all. Trust in your sweet spirit to guide you dear one, you are not alone, and all is coming together even when it feels like it has fallen apart <3 And so it is…”
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I want to thank Melissa for this beautiful message. It brought me deep feelings of love. Even though I connect to God and my angels and guides daily, it sure is a blessing receiving a message of validation.
I am a part of I Had Cancer.com and it is an amazing place for me to share my story, heal and grow. The creator of the site, Mailet Lopez wrote a piece yesterday and asked us to share:
1. What have we learned
2. What is it that we wish we knew before
3. What has surprised you
She is right when she says there are few moments you will never forget quite like that moment you hear you have cancer. That moment is one of extreme out of body feelings. It is like being hit by a ton of bricks. Your world as you know it stops. You don't know how to act, think or move forward. It is like you are living in another dimension. That dimension is fear. Life before diagnosis seems like a dream. You go through guilt for all the things you knew better but didn't do right. You have regrets. You wonder what is going to happen. You become dependant on your Oncologist and chemo nurses to help you through. You learn who your friends are and who don't know how to cope with the C word.
Cancer can be isolating. People run from your life. You have expectations of people which now I have learned we shouldn't have.
But what cancer couldn't do was kill my spirit. That was the blessing. When I finally realized why not me I started to grow and to heal.
The word cancer is just a word. We give it power or not. We give it fear or not. This is what I learned. I had to stay strong. I met my strength. I turned to God to help me. Then I started to feel my family in spirit and I felt my angels and I felt guided to healing myself through alternative routes.
What I wish I knew before was that I only ever had me to rely on through it. Me and God. And that was enough. I remained compliant with my dr and medical team while exploring other options. I learned to change my thoughts. I chose happy. I count my blessings. I truly believe I now show up in life wiser, stronger, braver and healing like never before.
What has surprised me is the deep courage I have. I tapped into that power of God and I am healing and I am not only surviving, I am thriving!!!
Life after cancer has been enlightening. I don't thank Cancer but I thank God for what it taught me. I thank God for this new life.
I have met my soul and I have become one with all there is. I know the truth that I am an individual expression of Divine love.
I choose not to remember all the hard days. I focus on all the love. I have learned to be present in each day. I left an old job and created a new life working and playing with angels. I get better and better every day. I have learned to love myself enough to finally standup and be me! I am not a perfect person but I know I am perfect to God.
These days I share love, light and healing. I know that I am not the same me that went to surgery that day in Aug 2011. It has been about 1795 days since I was diagnosed and I can say I HAD CANCER and LIFE AFTER DIAGNOSIS has been a journey of Love, Light and Healing.
If I can help you at all. Please contact me. I am ready to be of service.
Cancer is just a word. TRUST GOD. ALL IS WELL. I AM SAFE. I AM HEALING. I AM LOVE.
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