Guide Her Back to Me

Today the teenager daugther of a friend cried for help by swallowing too many pills. She is being supported at the hospital and is recovering well.

Can I give a message to the family TéO?

Sarah has much to accomplish before she finds her way to me. She is not ready to be received. She is conflicted, she strives to be normal, to be one of her peers, but she recognizes that she is unique and sees this as a burden instead of a gift. She is a born leader and needs to find her voice. She cannot follow, she will lead. Her life in school is going to be tough because she is expected to conform, but she knows she is supremely different which makes it really hard for her. She is conflicted.

Different is good.

She must know this.

She is loved.

She is watched.

She is protected.

There is nothing she can do that is not protected and loved.

She is My Child.

She has the protection of her angels always.

Ask her to call them in. Ask her to ask for her angels to make themselves known to her.

She will be able to speak to them and she will know just how much she is loved and that she is never alone, and completely understood.

I am waiting to hear from her.

I see her. I feel her and I love her.

I am watching her.

What about the mom?

Mom needs to know it is not her fault. Sarah thinks this is the way back to Me, but it is not. I have plans for her, her life is created for love and purpose and she must live it, keeping Me at the forefront.

Mom, help her find her way to Me.

Mom, release yourself from the shackles that bind you.

Release and forgive.

Raise yourself and forgive your past.

Release the old, past hurt that you are holding on to. It is this that is vibrating to Sarah.

Forgive your past, and share your story with Sarah. This will help her understand.

Published by Niki Chopra Richardson

TéO is my name for God. But it is also interchangeable with my my guardian angels who send me messages, answer my questions and often take over my writing. This explains italics, pull quotes, headers and tense person changes. I’ve attempted to differentiate Their thoughts and words from mine. Learning to Let Go and Let Go(d). Trusting Surrender.

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