A collective pull this morning from the Light Worker's Oracle by Alana Fairchild. ＊*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚No 30. DARK ANGEL˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚＊ The Dark Angel comes to you with a radical truth: Divine love is always there for you, without exception. Love will never forget you. It will never stop caring for you. Even when it seems most unlikely—in fact, especially then—the Divine is reaching for you and nurturing you. Even our wounds are ways that we can discover love and divine grace through the healing process. The Divine is always helping you remember who you are and find your true joy. When the Dark Angel appears, you are being given a gift of light, even if it may seem to be a hidden blessing.
The key messages in this card are simple this morning: belief and responsibility. Despite our circumstance, even in the deepest of times, it is belief that enables us to hope, and subsequently, hope which provides the fodder for a future. Collectively, the U.S. has been plunged into a very tangible darkness in multiple ways. No one has escaped this darkness ( myself inluded ), though some have experienced its deepest side via the loss of loved ones naturally; or, to covid, protests, gun violence, drugs, and so forth. The latter being the most difficult because they present themselves as senseless.
It does appear senseless. The endless violence. The injustice. The pain. The outrage. The perpetuation of misinformation. And so forth and so on. . .an endless cycle of finger-pointing blame and negativity perpetuating yet more of the same cycle.
It is time for us to assume responsibility for our own actions vs placing the blame on others. Those who do not assume responsibility for their own actions will repeat the pattern suffering until they learn the lesson. What has our focus been? On healing? Light? Love? Or division? We may not have pulled a trigger; we may not have sold the drugs; we may not have broken laws; we may not have deliberately purported false information which led to someone's death; however, ask yourself, "What has my focus been? Have I placed those in pain, those uninformed, those perpetuating falsehoods to the light? Have I responded with love? With grace? With factual knowledge to the best of my ability?
Regardless of what ywe're being subjected to ( be it by our own actions or those of another ), what matters most is that we honestly express the depth of our suffering. Then when we are ready, acknowledge that the experience has helped us grow by contrast.
Focus on the light even in the dark, because it exists in that tiny pinprick called belief that shelters the hope you need to both survive and move forward with a happy, fulfilling life.
That's because Love is always with you.
Namaste, kindred. xo