Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Anonymous said...

How do I overcome the mental block? I'm so tired of fighting myself, but I keep hitting a wall...when it comes to doing anything about it. Meanwhile, I understand, theoretically, that it is okay to be me.

ps- Thank you for aligning the cabin on Genoa for June.

pps- Additional trivial question: I feel like I'm supposed to adopt a cat from the shelter, is this true?

Answer from God through Carley:

"It is not only okay to be you; it's preferable to be you.  Who else could be you as well?  Everything you want to accomplish is within your ability.  Desire to make changes is only one half of what is required; action is the other half required to create anything.  Decide who you want to be.  Choose the attributes you will have.  See them before you and then see you having all you want while asking for help and moving your feet. Assume nothing as you move forward and pay very close attention to all that comes to you understanding that I speak to you through "coincidence".

Adopting a cat/dog/bird/child/community is allowing love into your life.  If you feel as though this is what you should do, you can accept and step-up to that sense of what's next, or you don't have to.  You are in control of your life."

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Anonymous said...

God, can i ask a simple favor? I just want you to say I LOVE YOU to my dad. He's passed away a long time ago but I haven't had the chance to tell him this. Tell him that I miss him so much and I'd give anything just to be with him just for an hour. I just want to see my family together once again, as a whole,as we go to church. I love him so much. I know it's not a question, but can you do it for me nonetheless.
(I know its not possible but comforting words are what all I'm asking in this time of difficulties, thanks Carley).

 Answer from God through Carley:

 "I did, and thank you for asking this lovely question.  You can talk to anyone who is no longer in body the way you knew them, any time you want to.  You can say your words out loud or in thought, or any type of print and the message is always received.  Bodies die, love never does.  The essence of who your dad was is alive and well and around you every time you ask him to be.  Remember that you are only alone when you choose to be."

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Anonymous said...

My Lord, My God,
I have lost my first born elderson7 months back and finding life very difficult and painful.  By your grace I have another son who makes life bearable at times.  Lord, I need the strength and courage to live life as I am losing it.  Can you possibly help me in coming back to u as I no longer have it in me to live.  Please God, Ease my pain...please.
How can i lessen my pain

 Answer from God through Carley:

"You are only alone in the moments you choose to be. When you are truly ready to release the grief you feel, find a silent space and time and ask me to take it from you.  Until then, I ask you to find the things in your life for which you are grateful.  Write each thing down.  Keep your list close by and refer to it often.  These things can be memories, scents, images, and sounds.  The things for which you are grateful can also be possessions, jokes, when others reach out to you, and how you feel when you reach out to others.

I ask you to work through your grief and to do so in a physical as well as thoughtful way.  What have you learned?  How would you help another going through the loss of a child?  Do not keep your grief inside you but instead allow others to love you and allow them to help.  It only takes a decision to keep moving to move through any situation.

My grace is available to all who seek it.  You are a beautiful, loving and beloved child of mine.  I hold you in my arms to comfort you and to help you regain the strength to continue loving and living."