What Do You Wish For?
Do you believe that wishes can come true? We all have a list of things we desire in our lives. After reading for an avalanche of people who signed up for my 15-minute free angel reading, I witnessed a whole gamut of wishes from a new relationship, to getting a new job and getting out of debt, to wanting to know a life’s purpose to how to grow spiritually.
It has been such a joy for me to meet so many people from all over the world–Africa, India, Ireland, Canada, and all across the U.S. They say “Be careful what you wish for,” and that is certainly true and is why I’m writing this blog. I wished to bring the wisdom of Raphael to more people. From being the receiver of all that wisdom, I have learned how to make my wishes come true.
This web page is an example of how my wishes come true. I wished for a way to bring Raphael’s wisdom to more people. Then Michelle Kulp walked into my life–and made what seemed like an impossibly big wish come true. Within a ten months we set up a web page and created “Free Angel Readings” as an invitation to join my web page. The flood of requests is amazing.
But it didn’t happen in a snap. I had to follow the divine guidance step by step as it was given. I took Michelle’s “On-Line Course” and then her “Blogging for Profit” class and overloaded my brain. Then I switched from Pay Pal to a bank card payment and was forced to stuff a whole bunch more tech stuff into my bulging brain–but I did it. And I am so pleased that my wishes have come true.
Make a List!
In so many of my readings, Raphael has suggested that first people make a list of all the things they NO LONGER WANT TO EXPERIENCE: i.e., poverty; loneliness; confrontations; illness; etc. The first thing on my NO-NO! list was: “I no longer wish to shovel snow ever again.” Well, I moved from MI to FL for a while, but then moved here to MD after my MI house sold–and ran smack into SNOW! But, after what people here called a “bad winter”, I was looking at MI and smiling. But I never shoveled snow all winter. After the first big snowfall, two young men materialized at my front door, asking if they could shovel my drive and sidewalk–for a reasonable price. They have been my helpers ever since.
So, then you take that list of what you no longer wish to experience and write your list of WHAT YOU WISH TO EXPERIENCE. See if you can write a hundred things!
Make Your Wishes Come True
Again, from all these free readings, I have learn a lot about making wishes come true. There are certain things we must learn to do until they become automatic. It’s like retraining our brains and our emotional reactions to life. The first is to put a guard on your thoughts and weed out those that are negative–“Oh, I don’t have time to do that!” or “Oh, I don’t have money for that!” or “I’m not smart enough, or pretty enough or…” Weed them out of your mind’s garden and start planting flowers of affirmation like: “If I’ve been given the idea, then God will send me step-by-step inspirations in how to make it happen. Then step back and let it all go.
Anxiety, worry and doubt are killers of wishes.
So, all you skeptics and cynics out there will scoff at all of this. But I can tell you that in my 80 years upon this planet, I have made all my wishes come true. So,from someone who knows. start making your Christmas Wish List right now and before you know it that Great Wish-maker–God–or Santa Clause or whomever wraps your gifts–will get ready to deliver all your wishes.