Angelic Lessons I Learned From My Mom
From the beginning of my life, I always knew that I was very lucky to get the Mom that I did. When I was in school, before gym class, many of the other girls regularly complained about their moms, but I never did. The reason I didn’t complain is because, in my view, I had absolutely nothing to complain about. My mom was great! Why do I say that?
Because Mom had so many Angelic qualities that I appreciate so much…
First of all, my mom was very Angelic. How did I know? She showed me in many ways…
I knew that she loved me. That much was obvious. She was affectionate and kind.
My mom didn’t talk down to me. She talked to me in a conversational tone, and was open to actual conversation. She didn’t give dictates. While she taught me about what she knew was right, she didn’t try to force me. She had the wisdom to understand that since she couldn’t be with me 100% of the time, my job was to listen to her teachings, and do what I knew to be right on my own accord.
She listened to me when I talked. She regularly showed open mindedness, and whenever I brought up a good point that she hadn’t thought of, she showed flexibility and was open to new ideas.
She was a good thinker. She didn’t belong to any cult whatsoever, because she always maintained her right to her own individual points of view.
She practiced kindness to all life—human, animal, and even plants.
In terms of people, she was kind and loving.
In terms of animals, we had several pets, and they were all well-treated.
In terms of plants, she had numerous house plants which she watered regularly, and was way ahead of her time, she even talked to the plants while she was watering them! This allowed the house plants to be healthy, beautiful, and even the African violets routinely blossomed in our home with bright, radiant colors!
She worked hard to care for our family in so many ways.
She made really delicious, home cooked foods.
She kept a job and brought in money.
She always brought laughter and love into our home.
My mom having to work was a problem for me, because I wanted her to stay at home…I was only seven years old when I really felt that way. The fact that, as a single mom, she had to work was something I kind of understood, but my emotions made it difficult to accept. Nevertheless, my big brother, who was thirteen years older than me, calmed me down. Even though I knew she had to go to work, at that age, I felt I needed my mom to stay home.
These days, little kids have to deal with their moms going off to work all the time, and while many of them may take it in their stride, or perhaps don’t even care, my suspicions are that there are still young children out there who are as traumatized as I was when their moms have to leave for work.
Part of the reason it was so hard for me was because she was working the night-shift, and she didn’t get home until four in the morning which meant that when I got home from school, instead of being through with work, she had to go to work. Which in turn meant that I had to be without her virtually all day five days a week. One thing that helped make this circumstance more tolerable was the fact that she did have some days off, and I totally enjoyed the days when she was not working and home. On those days, she and I would often go grocery shopping together, and it was really fun. Why was it fun? For one thing, it was because it was just the two of us, and I always enjoyed my alone time with her. We’d always have great and interesting conversations, and I learned so much by listening to her!
What my Mom taught me…
Mom taught me that family was important. She really loved her mother, as well as her father and siblings, and in that way, she taught me to honor my grandparents, my aunts and uncles, and of course, I knew I would always honor her.
She taught me to love and value classical music and art. We often listened to Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and the music of many other classical composers, and I really enjoyed it. I had a great appreciation for that kind of music, especially since that’s the primary kind of music I grew up with. But she wasn’t a purist, we also listened to modern music as well. We were rather eclectic in our choices of the music we enjoyed.
In terms of spirituality, while my mom had been raised in a religion, she did not consider herself religious, but she was very spiritual. She read The Bible in its entirety several times. She was definitely a truth seeker, and was not at all dogmatic. She encouraged me to look into things myself, and come to my own conclusions. In other words, she taught me to think for myself.
My mom had high standards of morality. She made that obvious by the way she lived. She wasn’t a strict parent, but she made it clear that she’d be very upset with any of us strayed from what we knew to be moral and right. The punishment we’d receive was simply her displeasure, and, for the most part, that was enough to get us to tow the line. I loved her so much, and always looked up to her, so while I definitely got in trouble several times, I had to correct myself in order to avoid her displeasure in the future, and besides that, I knew she was right.
My mom had a beautiful laugh that sounded like tinkling bells, and even her speaking voice was lovely to hear. Her guidance, wise teachings, and her openness to listen to whatever ideas I brought forth, were helpful and inspirational for my entire life.
My mom was also interested in things that were metaphysical. A couple of topics she was interested in were dream interpretation and yoga. Her interest in yoga began when one of my aunts introduced her to hatha yoga, and gave her a book on the subject. My mom read the book and, on her own, started practicing yoga at home. She said that this changed her life for the better. She said it gave her confidence that she formerly lacked, and it helped her feel better about herself and stand up straight.
As a matter of fact, standing up straight was important to her. She wanted me to have good posture, because she said that standing with good posture would help me feel better about myself, and would also promote “having a spine”. “Having a spine” to her meant living with courage, and standing up for what you believe in.
These are just a few of the things I learned from my mom….
One other thing I’ll mention before I close is that when I became an Angel Reader, I had no idea what my mom would think about that. I was pleasantly surprised when she told me she was very proud of me for the work I do, and she very definitely encouraged me.
In the work that I do as Angel Reader, I do my best to share good ideas and ideals that I learned from my Angel Mom, as well, of course as sharing the direct teachings I receive from Archangel Michael, Beloved Yeshua Jesus, and from the good Angels of God that are with me in every session that I do with clients that come to me. As a major bonus, the good Angels and I also do clearings that help to energetically clear the path for happiness and success in people’s lives.
The sessions consist of Intuitive knowing, Counseling, guidance, wisdom and a lighthearted, wonderful humor-filled attitude about life. Just about everyone’s life is difficult these days, but there are always alternate ways of viewing things as well as alternate ways of doing things that can really help—which is exactly what the Angels and I offer in the sessions. Major blessings!
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