What you want most in your life dear ones is a feeling of connection to the light and love of God. You can find this in so many ways! You can find it in meditation as you silence your mind and connect with the love within you. You can find this connection with other souls with whom you deeply resonate. You can find it in nature, with your children, your pets, or your gardens. For the truth remains, God is in all things and if you take a moment to simply appreciate what or who is in front of you, there you will begin to see the light and love of God as well.

When you feel disconnected in some way from this love, that is when you experience pain. If you feel disconnected from another person, for example you will feel pain only as long as you choose to continue to search for God in that situation. You can instead choose to turn inward or elsewhere to find God, or if you are courageous enough to look for God even in another who is not acting as you wish, there again you will feel a connection with love.

When you feel disconnected from yourself you will also experience pain because the truth of yourself is God’s light rising up within you. When you feel you “are not yourself” or you “do not have time for yourself,” take time to sit, breathe and ask the angels to help you reconnect with the light within you. Acknowledge what is good and true within you. Acknowledge all that you do well. Stop any sort of indulgence in self criticism and focus on your light. It is in the acknowledgement of what is good and true within you that you will find yourself once again.

You can find the presence of God anywhere you are willing to look for it, dear ones. You can find your connection with God in so many ways. Focus upon the light in creation, the beauty, the truth, the depths of goodness within other souls. Focus on what gives you joy and inspires you. Practice gratitude for self, others, and life.

You are never ever ever disconnected from God’s love. It would be impossible to do so. You can forget, but just as easily you can choose to look for it in all things, especially where you find it most easily, and in that seeking, truth will emerge once again.

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