Sometimes, we need assistance badly. Perhaps we made a mistake, admit it and feel a strong desire for help to get out of a mess. We ask the Universe for a remedy from a pure heart wanting for an outcome with the highest good prevailing. To connect with Source, we practice feeling as good as we can and stream good vibes much of the time.
In the story below we review an illustration of how one good woman got into a jam and received a grace.
The Phone Call Blip
Astrid answered the phone on a Friday evening. In a really good mood, she listened as a man offered her an exciting vacation opportunity.
In that moment A felt open to unexpected prizes and after a long call, gave him the bank information he requested.
After she hung up she awoke to feeling ill: her gut clenched. Immediately, she typed in the company name on the internet and there it was listed as a company running scams online. Oh No! She’d already given her info! Our star felt the panic coursing through her being.
First, she helped herself with some emergency Jin Shin Jyutsu for extreme emotional states: her right hand went across herself to hook over her left shoulder and her other hand touched under her left collar bone. There she sat for a few minutes, getting some relief from fear.
Then, with more presence the idea came to look through her personal phone directory. (At that time A still had an address book on paper.) Therefore, she flipped through and scanned the entries. Could she find someone to call who could help her now? In the C’s she felt drawn to a listing that had juice for her. Astrid got strong guidance to call that person.
In her mind our heroine wanted to find a person who would not condemn her, who would not be frightened too, might offer some soothing and possibly know what she should do.
Quinn, the name that lit up answered her phone, listened and spoke words of support. Quinn offered understanding and compassion. Soon Q shifted to say, “It just so happens I have someone here who can help you. Let me hand over the phone to him.” There was an expert in banking sitting in her living room!!
Astrid had reached out to Quinn at about 9 pm on a Friday evening. The banker knew what A should do and gave clear guidance. He said, “Get to a branch office of your bank as it opened Saturday morning. Direct the member services representative to shut down your account. The ‘bad guys’ cannot do nefarious things when banks are closed. Re-open an account, pay a nominal fee. That should avert any invasion of your funds.”
Next morning Astrid proceeded to follow the instructions. Nothing was ever stolen from her account. A was flooded with gratitude and awe. Yes, she had made an error and yet somehow Spirit had rescued her.
Isn’t it good to know this is possible? Isn’t it great to know that Goodness Watches over us and that sincere prayers are heard?
Three years later our heroine opened a letter from a federal agency. In it was a document explaining that her name had been associated with the conviction and settlement of the company that had been bilking funds from citizens. If she had lost more than $35, she could file the forms provided, document the loss, and return them. Otherwise the enclosed check for $35 was her compensation. That amount covered the bank fee incurred that day when she opened the new account, covering her bank fees! Therefore, Astrid lost nothing in the end.
- Practice feeling good
- Appreciate each day
- Bask in momentum of Good streaming!
- Ask for Help
- Take the action of the guidance that shows up
- Trust Life!
Got any stories of how you received protection or how good things flowed to you? Please comment! The Force of Good works through all of us!
About the Author
Janet Pearlman is a spiritual teacher, counselor, healer and artist. She has a gift for inspiring others to know themselves compassionately and to develop skills of empowerment. In her forty-three-year journey of self-discovery, she has deeply studied the teachings of Abraham-Hicks, Ernest Holmes and more. Janet offers individual sessions by phone and in person. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.