One day, while practicing yoga I began to weep. Yoga will often bring up emotions stored deep in the cells of the body. I had been weeping on and off for the past few months. This day was different. This grief was coming from deep inside me. It felt different from anything else I had experienced up til then. I was told by my Soul that I was carrying the collective grief of my family in my body. This time it was coming up to be healed. The grief was so intense that I asked for help. “Please help me!” I cried. “I can not do this any longer!”
Asking for help was something I didn’t do any longer for I had given up on God. I no longer talked to my angels or my spirit guides (unless I was giving a reading.) I turned inward for my Guidance. My Soul became my go to for any assistance I needed. I still believed in angels and spirit guides but I didn’t want to talk to them anymore. I wanted to keep my spiritual conversations internal. I thought if I did that I could simplify my spiritual life. I no longer wanted to be the woo-woo girl.
In doing this I let go of an enormous asset to my life. That day on the mat I surrendered and asked for help. I immediately felt a presence and arms embrace me. I sense it was an angel but it doesn’t really matter. It was comfort exactly when I needed it. Since then my grief has lessened with each passing day. I’ve been experiencing moments of peace and joy. I’ve been asking my spirit helpers to assist me in little things as well as the bigger issues. You see, these Helpers don’t interfere in our lives. They can’t. Yet, they are ready and excited to help as soon as we ask.
We are not alone. We are never alone. So, I encourage you to ask for help. Ask your friends, your family, your angels and your guides. Asking for help isn’t weakness. Asking for help is one of the most empowering things you can do.
Della is an intuitive reader and hands on healer. You can find out more about her here.