Spirit talks about Grief

September 14, 2020

There is a knowingness in silence…in stillness. Reach for the limitless of your potential in that quiet place of the higher mind. You are a unique, powerful, amazing aspect of the Creator God. Grief is so often the catalyst for our greatest growth. At first it is like a warm fuzzy blanket that we wrap around ourselves, because we are in too much pain and we are too afraid to let go of it. When we are strong enough to let it go…like discarding a pair of comfortable old jeans with holes in them, our inner light can shine once again. We can at that point transcend our grief and begin the journey toward merging with our higher self, our soul, and the Creator God. Until one is ready to discard the blanket of grief, they are being protected and watched and loved by many of us. It is a process dear one, and all will release when they are ready to do so. Satisfy yourselves for now with the knowledge that your loved ones are safe. They are existing in their multidimensional state as ALL THAT THEY ARE….it is a beautiful sight to behold, indeed. It is true that …

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Introducing Paige and Bryan

August 3, 2020

Hello friends. My name is Paige Lee. I was raised Presbyterian and I have always believed in God, although my family was not very religious and we did not attend church much after I was 10 years old or so. Throughout my life I have searched for the church that was the ‘right fit’ for me, one where I felt I could be myself and not feel as though I were being persecuted or that I wasn’t ‘good enough’. One that didn’t judge or lead with hypocrisy. I never did find that church. What I ultimately did find, though, was my spirituality. As is often the case it took a tragic, soul-rocking, life-changing event to bring it about. My spiritual awakening arrived abruptly and forcefully after my only child, Bryan Richard Frost, was murdered while he was attending college at the University of Southern California in September 2008. Believe me, I have agonized over why my son’s death needed to be the catalyst that would launch me on my spiritual journey. I’ve learned much about that and, while I still don’t like it, I think I understand now why it had to be that way for me. But that’s another …

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