Earth Angels Coping Emotionally
The Earth Angel is a delicate fashion of Spirit. On the one side, it's second nature for them to feel and react at times, like mist on the sea; bobbing and sensing things not entirely seen or felt by others. The other side, because we’re so emerged, can lead to a period or cross-road where questioning everything, including what we're really doing here, becomes the focus.
The struggle for the Earth Angel, because they would rather fall to their own demise than walk away from any other person in need, is learning to release, to a higher source.
It’s a sensitive issue. The Earth Angel, even if they happen to have learned to survive, being a bit of a jovial being with a resilient exterior, truly has to fight the urge deep down inside, to give beyond a certain point (the means beyond the means).
There’s a heart felt responsibility, not only in their mission, but shaking off the toll that mission has on them, trying to carry the loads of others. It’s as if there’s an extra pain, feeling exactly what those affects might be. Take the time to fly yourself!
Not everyone came here to do what you do, but that doesn’t mean we’ll always be spared or protected from the emotional processing side of it all. It’s o.k. to unleash. It’s o.k. to actually take time for yourself and breath. It’s o.k. to cry, not only for others but for being a frontier and servicer of the road less traveled.
Without recognizing the "Earth" in the Earth Angel, there's a tendency to implode; collapse within, like a dying star. Instead, try to envision a purpose moreover like the rain drops of a Summer forrest's shower and spreading your energy, driving your wings across the greater terrain.
It's about this place, if we can get there, where an understanding of what we came here to do prevails as an interconnectedness working as a whole!
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