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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Experience Physical Protection in the Presence of Unconditional Love

We may never know how many dangers from which we were saved. But one thing we are certain of is that many accidents have been avoided and the things that may have happened to us that we call ‘bad’ could have been worse. No matter how bad a situation is, it could have been worse and that’s one thing that we could hold on to. It all boils down to our perspective on things.

We could choose to focus on the negative and fall deeper into despair and depression or we could focus on all the good that still exists, even if it seems like it is the tiniest amount of good among all the bad. It is still hope, and if we focus on that tiniest amount of good, for whatever we focus on expands, that tiny good will begin to expand and overtake all the bad. We’d probably wonder whatever happened to the bad. Hence the proverb, ‘you’re making a mountain out of a molehill’. If we took our positive molehill experience and focus on it so much that it looks like a mountain, we would have begun to turn all our negative experiences into positive ones.

As we walk through our ‘valleys of the shadow of death’, we know that our Protector is with us. And as we stay in conscious connection with our Source, we accept Spirit’s guidance when we’re told, “Don’t go there, go this way,” or, “Go that way.” We may not know what we just missed, but we could rest assured that the direction that we took was Unconditional Love’s guidance leading us onto a path of safety and protection.

In the midst of the most terrible conditions, there is always a way out. As long as we look within, the way will be shown to us. Coupled with the will to survive and the Spirit’s guidance, we know that we will come through victoriously.

Affirmation: Wherever I go or whatever I encounter, the Protection of Unconditional Love surrounds me and keeps me safe on every journey.


  1. Hi Alicia...Oh, there have been so many times when the "angels" have protected me from great harm. I have always been so grateful for that. Great post! Sincerely, Susan from

  2. Thanks Susan. There's comfort in knowing that we are safe no matter what.



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