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We Are All Messengers

by Janet Nestor (@JanetNestor)

”What does it mean to be a messenger? … Each individual born into body is a messenger. Each person has a voice to be heard and a story to tell, whether that story be for a whole nation or for one person.” ~ Yeshua: One Hundred Meaningful Messages for Messengers  Message 92

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Our messages are our stories.

“Your story is the make-up, (the totality) of the days of your life and your reaction to being alive. It began the day you were conceived and it never ends. Your story takes you back into spirit, into the spiritual realm, and the life you find there.” Message 92

Until recently, I never once thought of myself, friends, family, or co-workers as messengers.  I now understand the word messenger differently than I did a year ago. Seeing all forms of life as messengers – viewing my life and your life as the life of a messenger – has changed my perspective in subtle, yet profound ways. My acceptance is deeper.  My love is stronger, and my awareness broader. I value every bug, bird, or molecule that exists so much so that I help Earth Worms across a sidewalk and say thank you to the potato before I cook it.

Suddenly the birth of a baby is the birth of a messenger. Meeting someone new is a cosmic event. Our work is a calling. Our family is a divine support system that launched a messenger into the world to deliver a unique message. 

If you think about it, we have all met someone who changed our lives. We’ve met others who felt like life-long friends the second we said hello. I want to share my daughter’s very profound “messenger” with you. She was in college at the time.

A homeless man lived somewhere near her apartment and she saw him and talked with him almost every day. They became friends. They liked each other and enjoyed talking together. He waited for her to come home from class. She looked for him in the morning and in the afternoon when she came home. Even though she loved him, she also was a bit afraid because of the stigma that surrounds homelessness. One day something spectacular happened during one of their conversations.  When she called to share her experience, her voice was filled with excitement and also with fear. While she and her friend were talking he began to glow with a golden light. The golden light surrounded him, and even his face was glowing as he talked. After that day he was gone. She never saw him again.

Jennifer’s story reminds us that we are important beyond our wildest imagination. Every life counts in ways we can’t begin to know or understand.

“You are of use. You were born. You live. You received your messages, and delivered to others. This makes my father your father and you his child and unique messenger of messages no one else on earth could possibly deliver. For your insight is unique, your heart unique, and the receiver unique to you and you only.”  Message 92

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Janet Nestor is an expert in the development of inner peacefulness and personal empowerment, a natural intuitive, teacher, and workshop leader. She is also a Licensed Professional Counselor, Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology, and an author. Her three published books are: Pathways to Wholeness (2010), Nurturing Wellness through Radical Self-Care (2012) and Yeshua: One Hundred Meaningful Messages for Messengers (2015)

As part of our weekly twitter chat, join me as I host @JanetNestor in #SpiritChat on Sunday, June 14th at 9amET. We look forward to talking about “Spiritual Messages and Messengers”. Join us.

The links below highlight Janet Nestor’s latest book, Yeshua: One Hundred Meaningful Messages for Messengers (2015). Please take a look and support a long-time supporter of #SpiritChat. Thank you. Namaste. ~ Kumud (@AjmaniK)

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