Seeing the Number 5, 55 or 555? Be Ready for Some Changes in Your Life…

CHANGE.

Some people thrive on change. Some try to avoid it.

I recall a quote: The only thing that is constant in life is change.

That is the truth.

So… have you been seeing the number 5? 55? 555? Expect some changes in your life. When I was about to make some major changes in my life, I saw 555 a lot. On the clock… in a random phone number… on a receipt… whew.

555 is changeWhen I first started seeing repeating numbers years ago, I thought I was going a little crazy. But now, I know that seeing numbers are signs that confirm how connected we are to the angels and our spirit guides. These physical messages from beyond have become a welcome ‘coincidence’ or ‘synchronicity’ in my life.

So what does seeing 5’s mean?

According to Doreen Virtue’s book, Angel Numbers 101…

5 means: “A significant change is occurring, always for the better. It’s a good idea to call upon Heaven for help with life changes.

55 means: “This is a period of ‘out with the old, in with the new.’ Welcome these changes, as they bring about new blessings.”

555 means: “Huge changes are rumbling throughout your entire life. To keep these changes on the highest possible course, be sure to keep your thoughts positive, and stay centered in prayer and affirmations.”

Another important thing to do, is to pay attention to what you are thinking about (or doing) at the time you see the 5’s. This will help you know understand the message more – plus it may give you insight on what the focus of your change may be.

Remember, change can be a good, healthy, welcoming thing.

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One Feather from an Angel = Instant Mood Adjustment

The other day, I had a bad moment.

I let a little irritation get me down.One Little White Feather from an Angel We all have them once in a while.

I let a little frustration spiral out into other negative emotions, which begets other negative emotions and on and on.

It feels bad to be irritated. I would much rather be happy.

I am driving … well … sitting in traffic trying to drive through downtown (during rush hour… not always a smart choice, but I was heading towards my weekly intuition class so I was looking forward to the destination). I am slowly moving through a section of downtown where if you do not pay attention, you will end up on a highway in the total wrong direction … crossing over two lanes of traffic to the left … merging right … crossing back over two more lanes ….  trying to get in the left lane so I can enter one of our tunnels here in Pittsburgh … you get the picture. Not an easy drive.

Meanwhile, I am sitting there in traffic feeling bad for myself, trying to find something positive to bring me out of this icky mood.

At this point in the drive I am on a bridge over one of our rivers … just sitting and waiting in traffic. I worry I will be late to class. I hear the roar of cars drive on the overpass above me. I wonder why we are sitting still. I look around and think of all the concrete they must have used to build all of this.

I start flipping channels on the radio to try to find a song … any song … they (the radio stations) know we sit in traffic at this time of day … there are so many commercials!

Then, something wondrous happens. A little white feather floats by, just in front of my car. It wisps around.   It seems like minutes pass by in slow motion, although I am sure it was mere seconds.

The feather floats directly in front of my path – going from right to left across all four lanes … only to dance on a little wind and float up over the side.

POOF! Then, it was gone.

Just then, a song starts playing and I hear the words blare, “The Best Day of My Life.”

My lips form a smile as my scrunched up face softens. I am instantly happier. You see, I know when I see a random feather, it is a sign from above. It is a sign from an angel letting me know I am loved.

A simple reminder.

Just like that, I feel better. I let out a little laugh and wonder why was I so irritated and how did I let someone else decide how I feel.

I brush it of and start to sing the song.

Life does get better. Just … like … that.

One feather and the perfect timing of a song.

The traffic starts to move.

What is Your Perspective? Positive or Negative?

It is all about the perspective, isn’t it?

We are the ones who choose how to view something.Rainbow in my backyard

It is free will … YOUR free will to choose.

Someone may complain about the rain, but another may relish in it, see the rainbow and know the flowers are very glad for a drink.

It is hard to always see the positive in some things, especially when it is a difficult time or situation. It may even take years to recognize that there really was something good about this or that problem you had so many years ago. We often learn hard lessons from difficult people or times. But, good does come. Oftentimes, people remark they learned so much about themselves, they are stronger, they are wiser, etc.

What will you choose? Will you be negative or positive about a situation?

Do you make the best of it? Do you see the good in it all or only see the negative?

Here are some common terminology that is often used to describe negative and positive people.Flowers are nourished in the rain.

What people say about a negative person:

  • He is bringing us down
  • Such a bummer/Such a downer
  • He is so dark
  • He sucked the fun right out of that
  • So full of fear

What people say about a positive person:

  • She is so bright
  • How uplifting
  • She lightens up the room
  • So loving
  • She has an air about her

It is interesting to note that the negative is low, dark and dense while the positive is described as light, high and airy. Is it that negative comes from fear and the positive comes from love? I think so.

It really is your perspective of something. I will say it again, you choose. You choose how to react to each an every person, place or situation.

It can become a habit to use only positive, loving words.

Think Positive Every Day

THINK POSITIVE

If you think you are beaten, you are,
If you think you dare not, you don’t
If you like to win, but you think you can’t,
It is almost certain you won’t.

If you think you’ll lose, you’re lost
For out of the world we find,
Success begins with a fellow’s will–
It’s all in the state of mind.

If you think you are outclassed, you are,
You’ve got to think high to rise,
You’ve got to be sure of yourself before
You can ever win a prize.

Life’s battles don’t always go
To the stronger or faster man,
But soon or late the man who wins
Is the man WHO THINKS HE CAN!

by WALTER D. WINTLE, “The Man Who Thinks He Can.”

I have carried a version of this poem with me (in my purse) for the last twenty years.  The original is posted above, but for the copy in my purse, I did change it a bit … I changed the word “he” to “she” and “man” to “person” of course.

Someone gave this poem to me as inspiration, so now, I pass it on to you.

This poem reminds me to always think positively. It really does makes a difference when you think positively. One positive thought puts a smile on your face spreading warmth over the rest of your being.

The tone of how you talk also changes when you smile. Try smiling when you talk to someone. Notice how different the conversation turns out to be.

Renewed Life near the Halema'uma'u Crater in Hawai'i.

I love how this tree decided to grow not far from the Halema’uma’u volcanic crater. There is nothing stopping it from growing near an active lava area. (You can see the steam vents in my photo.) I love its courage, persistence and perseverance! This tree is definitely on the positive path!

This poem by Mr. Wintle is mentioned by Napoleon Hill in his book, Think and Grow Rich too. His book repeatedly states that what you think becomes reality.

Napoleon Hill states: “The subconscious mind, (the chemical laboratory in which all thought impulses are combined, and made ready for translation into physical reality), makes no distinction between constructive and destructive thought impulses. It works with the material we feed it, through our thought impulses. The subconscious mind will translate into reality a thought driven by FEAR just as readily as it will translate into reality a thought driven by COURAGE, or FAITH.”

One positive thought brings on another, just as a wave spread across the water. What is your positive thought of the day?

If you cannot think of one, start with something easy … like … I am awake. I am alive. I am grateful to have the ability to read these words. I have a mouth in which I can use for a smile. A smile comes to my face when I think of …

(your turn)