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Call Forth the Divine Mother

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Every day, call forth the Divine Mother that lives within, the undeniable voice deep inside each of us that calls us to nurture, to love and to protect. This world needs mothering, and within every individual is the plan for a peaceful world. If you do not know your divine purpose, ask that your part be revealed to you. It is time to use our love to heal our Earth. You are the heart of the Earth. This is a call to arms -- loving arms. In the arms of love the Earth will celebrate.

Remember, the Divine Mother is not a soft, mushy energy. She is actually incredibly powerful and she knows her boundaries. She may be teaching you to have yours! Are you paying attention? Are you watching the signs? She wants you to act from your heart at all times. It takes intention to start living from your heart. You must first decide that you want to, that it is the only way for you to live. You stop thinking about it and start doing it. You can take baby steps to the heart, and each step gives you your innocence back. Each step that you take gives you a life filled with joy. The Divine Mother is also a peaceful energy because she pulses with unconditional love. She brings beauty and creativity to the world. Feel her. She is everywhere. She is speaking to you. Are you listening?

Living from the heart puts you into the current of life. It moves you out of a stagnant pond and creates a natural flow. You may be suffering now. Suffering begins in the mind with all its expectations. We always have expectations, which never really get fulfilled. You may have them about your children or about your own mother. Of course, our children also have them about us.

This year I decided that I'm not going to try to be the mother my children really think they wanted. I am who I am. I love them with all of my heart and soul. If that is not enough for them, then they will have to adapt and let go of their expectations. My children have left the nest so I must let them fly. A wise man told me once that our children never love us as much as we love them. It makes sense. They cannot understand what it feels like to hold their baby for the first time, to nurse them, to watch them grow. They may have some understanding later in their life, but they still will not love you the way you love them.

The Divine Mother gave birth to us and she loves us unconditionally, but many of her children do not call on her or connect to her on a regular basis. She is waiting for us just as we often wait for our children. Check in with her and see how she is doing. She would love to hear from you. Have the courage to live from your heart, everything is right there within you, waiting for you.

God Bless You,
Laura

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