A Message from the Angels: Take Your Rightful Place in the World

The other night while meditating there was suddenly a flood of golden light. It filled the room and surrounded me with gentle, loving grace. It was then I received a message from the angels. The message was simple “take your rightful place in the world”.  While the initial message was short and sweet it came with a superabundance of information and insight.

TAKE YOUR RIGHTFUL PLACE IN THE WORLD. What does that even mean? Each of us has a path and purpose which adds to the oneness and greater good of all. Many times people lower their vibration, shrink and hide from the world lest they feel vulnerable.  Taking your rightful place in the world can only be accomplished by stepping up and bringing to the table (so to speak) all that you are.  Shining in this world does make you vulnerable but taking your rightful place and holding your head tall and proud brings peace to your spirit and soul.

Taking your rightful place in the world does not mean you are exempt from being human and experiencing challenges for we are all here to learn and experience different things. Not everyone will step up and be a great artist or dancer or writer or whatever it is you’d like to step up and do. Taking your rightful place means you exist, you are human and you have a right to be you. You have the right to speak, live a passionate life and have good and even a few not so pretty growth periods.

Taking your rightful place does not mean letting your ego run rampant, steamrolling over people or that you know everything about yourself and others. I haven’t met a omniescent person yet but I’ve certainly met many who think they are. Taking your rightful place in this world is about being who you are, accepting who you are and meeting your challenges with grace and compassion. In fact, taking your rightful place means allowing others to be who they are and allowing them their own growth periods, the good, bad and ugly.

You have nothing to prove nor is there anything that needs validating from outside of you. It is about you giving yourself the space to be with the knowledge that you have a right to be here. Taking your rightful place in the world will be different for everyone and the fact is; It is our differences and diversity which, when not judged, enhance all of our lives.

Although you may feel vulnerable at first but it will be OK. Everything will turn out the way it is supposed to. If things aren’t going well for you check to see if your stuck in the past or worried about the future. Check to see if you’ve had similar challenges in the past. If so, that would show you are still working on the energy. Notice if there’s energy of shame. The energy of shame means you are coming from a place of trying to live up to someone else’s expectations of who they think you should be.

Take your rightful place in the world by stepping up and truly being yourself. Forgive yourself if you feel at some level you haven’t lived up to someone else’s expectations. Be proud of who you are. Accept your situation and know you have the ability to choose in an instant to get un-stuck and move forward. You have the ability and choice to change.

Also, know this; Your angels and guides are surrounding you with love. They are there to help and guide you. You are not alone. Consider your angels and guides your personal cheering section as you decide right here and now to TAKE YOUR RIGHTFUL PLACE IN THE WORLD~Shine Your Light Debbie

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A Legacy of Love:Sara Bank~Sept 25, 1908-March 12,2011

In Loving Memory of my Grandma Sara Bank

Before descending into this world, the soul is emanated from the mystery of the highest level. While in this world, she is completed and fulfilled by this lower world. Departing this world, she is filled with the fullness of all the worlds, the world above and the world below.”  The Essential Kabbalah

On Friday September 25, 1908 as the Kaufman family was preparing for Rosh Hashana which would begin at sundown, Clara, my Great Grandmother, at 7 months pregnant was scrubbing the floors and went into labor.  There was no time to get the Doctor so my Great Great Grandmother, Viniziana, delivered a miracle into the world. A little baby girl, her Grandaughter, my Grandma, Sara Bank (nee Kaufman.)  As the story goes, being premature my GG Grandma knew the baby needed to stay extra warm so she wrapped her in cotton batting, put her in a roasting pan and into the oven. On her way to get the Doctor she ran down the street screaming “Clara had her baby, Clara had her baby!” I’ve never tired of hearing that story.

What makes the beginning of her story so poignant is that my Grandma could not wait to begin her journey of life & love and therefore it’s fitting that she wanted to stay for as long as possible on this earth. For well over 102 years my Grandma graced us with a beautiful presence. I feel very fortunate and blessed to have a Grandma whose spirit wanted so much to be a part of living, loving, sharing and caring for so long. In my Grandma’s eyes I could do no wrong. In fact, in her eyes, I’m perfect in every way and walk on water! I can’t even imagine what life will be without hearing “OOOOOO Debbie, I love you so much!’

I could tell you stories about sleep overs, going to see the Christmas lights and the live sheep in the nativity scene then McDonalds. I could tell you about the little game we played every Passover when she would sneak me pieces of my favorite Pastel then yell at me to stop eating it or there wouldn’t be enough, yet she’d actually made a smaller 2nd one. I could tell you how only a few month’s ago we were having breakfast and she said “Debbie, you know what I need? I need a boyfriend. A younger man cause anyone my age is just too old.” Yes I could go on and on with wonderful stories but what they all come down to is LOVE. Pure, all-encompassing LOVE!

My Grandma taught us how to love so deeply that it transcends everything. Her  whole life was a love story. She taught us about the power of love. Not just any love but that unconditional love that we search for and is written about in sonnets. Of course she was human and bickered, held grudges, and there were some people she just plain didn’t like but lady that she was, she was always cordial; BUT when it came to the grandchildren and great-grandchildren, well, we  walked on water. and we ALL were her favorites. Personally, I think this is how a Grandma is supposed to be. Grandma’s understand unconditional love when it comes to their Grandchildren and Grandchildren experience and learn this love from their Grandma’s. It is the grandest legacy anyone can leave. The legacy of love.

These last few years I loved watching Gram watch US at family gatherings. She would sit and look around at all of us talking and just beam with joy. This past month I went to see her every other day and honestly I wouldn’t give back one moment of that time. I will cherish the day after we were told she probably wouldn’t make it until morning and I arrived to find her sitting in a chair smiling. That very day she beat me at gin….twice! Those Doctors didn’t know my Grandma! 🙂

We got to ‘hang out’ and had some very special loving moments. Those moments allowed us many many kisses and time to tell each other I love you and that everything would be OK when she decided to leave. In the end, no regrets, nothing left unsaid, only LOVE.

The earlier quote from the Kabbalah said that the soul is emanated from the mystery of the highest level. That mystery is LOVE. Grandma lived that love and passed it on to US and to all who knew her. My Grandma left fulfilled, loved and complete. She departed this world filled with the fullness of all the worlds, the world above and the world below….the world of love.

In loving memory of my Grandma Sara. She is dancing with the angels and walking hand in hand with her beloved, my Grandpa. I love you Grandma!

©Debra Taitel 2011 All rights reserved