Monday, February 18, 2019

All Will Be Well

     "All will be well" is a comforting phrase that basically says you are putting your trust and faith in a Higher Power (whatever you choose to call Him/Her/It) that everything will work out, even without you knowing the details of how it will work out. This does not mean the road will be easy, but it does mean you can get through whatever comes your way. It means you acknowledge your strength, resiliency, and your own faith. It means you believe you deserve good things and they will come to you when the time is right.
     If you are struggling and you feel like all will NEVER be well, stop and breathe. God did not bring you this far to drop you. There are things going on behind the scenes you are unaware of. Breathe, pray/meditate, and TRUST. Take it one moment at a time if you need to. That moment can be as small or large as it needs to be. You define the length of the moment.
     You can make it through this moment, just as you have made it through many other moments, and you will make it through many more moments. Savor the joy and happiness when it comes and remember those positive feelings in the tough times. It may take some time and it may be difficult, but all will be well.
Love & Light,
Margaret Phillips

Friday, February 15, 2019

February Newsletter

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     Too often the pressures of life can make us feel like we have to make a decision right now/in a short amount of time. When we feel like we have tried multiple solutions and multiple avenues to solutions, but still don't feel we have the right answer, this is when the Angels are saying "Stop!" 
    Sometimes we feel like we are bombarded with information and maybe we are, but we still don't have the right information yet.  Usually it's a lack of having the right information that causes our confusion and indecisiveness. When this happens, rather than researching and getting even more unnecessary information, just stop and ask the Angels to put the right information in front of you and guide you to the right way.  They are anxiously waiting to help, but need you to ask.  Once you ask, be still and wait. Your answers will come.

Message from the Angels

The Angels want you to trust your intuition more often. They say you have been ignoring it and them when they try to tell you things are not the way they should be. They say to trust your intuition and their guidance as you go through this period of change and transition and all will be well. Lean on those you consider to be trustworthy friends during this time as well.  The Angels say the key words here are trustworthy friends, as you do have some wolves in sheep's clothing in your circle. Again, listen to your intuition when deciding who is trustworthy.  As you listen to and follow your intuition more, your transition will flow easier. 

Crystal Corner

Bloodstone is a great for purifying the blood, regulating blood flow, aids in circulation, and increases energy. It is an excellent grounding and protection stone and heightens intuition. It can reduce irritability and aggressiveness.

Did you know?

     I have a Facebook group called Angels Of Light.  Members of this group get a weekly in depth general card reading, channeled daily mantras or affirmations, Angel information, crystal information, Spirit Animal information, and other information to help you on your journey, as well as early bird opportunities for promotions and other goodies.  The members of this group are awesome people and very supportive of one another, so it gives you a place to share your triumphs and ask for support when needed as well.  For an annual energy exchange of only $20, you can be part of this awesome group! Go to Facebook and put "Angels of Light"in the search bar and click on "request to join". You will be prompted to enter your email address so an invoice can be sent to you for the energy exchange.

Upcoming Events

I am available for readings online, by phone, video chat, and in person at my office or at events.

In Person Readings at Events:

Tuesday, March 5th from 6 PM - 9 PM
Sip 'N shop with Psychics
The Mile Pub
212 N. Black Horse Pike Runnemede, NJ

Sunday, March 10th 10 AM - 6 PM
Psychic & Healing Expo
Holiday Inn
2175 Marlton Road West (Route 70) Cherry HIll, NJ 

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

February & March 2019 Events

Upcoming Events
I am available for readings online, by phone, video chat, and in person at my office or at events.

In Person Readings at Events:

Wednesday, February 13th from 6 PM -9 PM
Sip ' n Shop with Psychics
Death of a Fox Brewery
119 Berkley Road Clarksboro, NJ

Tuesday, March 5th from 6 PM - 9 PM
Sip "n Shop with Psychics
The Mile Pub
212 N. Black Horse Pike Runnemede, NJ

Sunday, March 10th 10 AM - 6 PM
Psychic & Healing Expo
Holiday Inn
2175 Marlton Road West (Route 70) Cherry HIll, NJ

Make Your Days Count

     The quote "Don't count the days, make the days count" is a good one to ponder and try to apply to your life.  No one knows how long they have in this life, so it's important to make the days count.

     As a psychic medium, I frequently relay apologetic, regretful messages from lossed loved ones.  The most frequent regrets I hear from the deceased are not spending enough time with loved ones, being emotionally unavailable, being too judgemental and/or too stubborn, and not helping others enough.

     While we each have our own mission in this life, we all share a common thread: we are supposed to help others.  Some people have a larger public mission to help others like Mother Teresa.  Some have larger missions to help others but they are more hidden behind the scenes like doctors, counselors, teachers, and relief workers who don't make the news.  Others are even more hidden and may not even realize themselves how much they are helping others.  These are the people who are helpful neighbors/ people who help others near them.  These are the people who help someone struggling with their groceries, help someone learn something, or just take care of someone's pet while they are out of town or ill. 

     Most of the time, these hidden helpers label their actions as "being nice" or "doing what people do", yet a lot of times this type of mentality almosts seems lost in today's society.  We need to get back to the mindset of helping others as "what people do", not something extra that only some people do sometimes.  

     As parents or caretakers, we frequently make the days count by providing what the child, parent, loved one, or patient needs.  This can also be a behind-the-scenes job of helping others as it is often associated with "coming with the territory" and not necessarily thought of as helping others, even though it is usually a large task of helping someone.

     With all that said, are you making the days count?  When you lay your head on the pillow at night, can you close your eyes  confident your loved ones know you love them? Not the "I'm their parent so of course they know I love them," but the "I expressed my love for them today" type of confidence.  Can you keep your eyes closed knowing you did something, no matter how big or small, to help make someone's day better today? If you can do this, then you are making the days count!

Love & Light,
Margaret Phillips