Newsletter

My Mission, Should I Choose To Accept It!

Vicki Monroe at Jonathan's Ogunquit Event“My mission, should I choose to accept it, is to find peace with exactly who and what I am. To take pride in my thoughts, my appearance, my talents, my flaws and to stop this incessant worrying that I can’t be loved as I am.”   I love this quote. And upon deeper reflection, who cannot recognize themselves in some way in these words?

As a small child, I never worried about much. I was fearless, thought little of flaws, my appearance, and thought I was capable of anything I set my mind to. As the teen years approached, it was more difficult to see myself with rose colored glasses as childhood had been seen, and the flaws that I picked up of my own making, were only there because I began to compare myself to others. And as a young adult, it became more and more difficult everyday to find myself in a crowd. To see what I was, to feel what I felt, to know and express myself in my own way without fear of teasing or prejudice.

As an adult with children, it became more important to me to teach my own children that harshness of yourself is something we do not need to experience. We will be on the receiving end of that by others from time to time. Teaching my children to learn to deflect those criticisms and be who you are in your own way was a much better experience, especially when we can hold our heads high knowing that being unique is another person’s fear, and another’s envy.

Don’t ever change who you are to please a friend, spouse, relative. You were created as the one and only you. There is no one like you, anywhere! Be proud of that!

You stare up into the night sky covered in stars and planets, and at a glance they all appear the same. But each as its own very specific beauty, stars, and moons. Just like us. We stare at that sky, and the Universe beyond it in wonder… but one of the most important things to remember is you were and are one of those stars.

It’s us at birth, we were that light. And one day when all of our work is done, we will rise up again, fly into the night sky, capture and rejoin those that went before us. We become stars. The night sky gives us the most visible glimpse of heaven… heaven’s lanterns are stars! It’s their night sky as much as it is ours. And when we look up at it, know this, it is the same sky they see. The same sun, moon, all of it.

Your mission is whatever you chose to experience in THIS life. Knowing that, and knowing you planned your life, live without worry. Worrying does nothing to change the outcome, but rob us of time. Live in the moment and shine as brightly as the star within. Cherish today for tomorrow is never promised – and live, travel, go on adventures – because when the day comes and it is your turn to travel back to the stars… you will want to see a life lived well… not lived in fear.

Summer office hours are extended into September. Get that one hour in person session before the snow flies and make your appointments for phone readings. I look forward to speaking with you and bringing you messages from the other side. Happy September!

 

In Love and Light!
Vicki Monroe
Spirit Messenger
Inspirational Speaker

Click here for pricing and to book your session!

 

Recommended by Vicki

Remember to check out Vicki’s Favorites on her website!

 

Personal Sessions

Vicki conducts Personal Sessions for up to three people via Phone or Skype.

Be sure to fill out the disclosure form prior to scheduling your appointment.

Visit her website for the details!

 

Psychic and Cold Case Investigations

Vicki also assists with Psychic and Psychic Cold Case Investigations when requested by the families and law enforcement officials involved.

If you’re involved in either an ongoing investigation or a closed case and you’d like more information on how Vicki can help, click here to read more.

 

Would you like to have an Event in your area?

Contact Vicki’s office (bret@vickimonroe.com) to make a request!

 

You can find Vicki on the sites below!

Spirit Messenger           From Charlie and Heather           Vicki Monroe

Comments are closed