Monday, October 15, 2012

Story of Joseph & the Pharaoh

Story of Joseph & the Pharaoh

‘The warden put Joseph in charge of the other prisoners, and soon afterward Pharaoh's chief cup bearer and chief baker, who had offended the Pharaoh, were thrown into the prison. They both had dreams, and they asked Joseph to help interpret them. The chief cup bearer had held a vine in his hand, with three branches that brought forth grapes; he took them to Pharaoh and put them in his cup. The chief baker had three baskets of bread on his head, intended for Pharaoh, but some birds came along and ate the bread. Joseph told them that within three days the chief cup bearer would be reinstated but the chief baker would be hanged. Joseph requested the cup bearer to mention him to Pharaoh and secure his release from prison, but the cup bearer, reinstalled in office, forgot Joseph. After Joseph was in prison for two more years, Pharaoh had two dreams which disturbed him. He dreamt of seven lean cows which rose out of the river and devoured seven fat cows; and, of seven withered ears of grain which devoured seven fat ears. Pharaoh's wise men were unable to interpret these dreams, but the chief cup bearer remembered Joseph and spoke of his skill to Pharaoh. Joseph was called for, and interpreted the dreams as foretelling that seven years of abundance would be followed by seven years of famine, and advised Pharaoh to store surplus grain during the years of abundance. When the famine came, it was so severe that people from surrounding nations "from all over the earth" came to Egypt to buy bread as this nation was the only Kingdom prepared for the seven year drought.’  Wikipedia

This is a favorite story of mine, Donna reminded me of this story while I thought about the newsletter this week. Joseph was given the gift of ‘sight’ and utilized for the highest good of the masses. Egypt was able to feed the Egyptians and more. How wondrous is that?

In this time those with intuitive gifts are coming out of the ‘closet’ and using them for the highest good of the people. In this lifetime we are ‘safe’ to come out and do what comes to us naturally. It is great to be intuitive during this ‘Golden Age’. 

Many psychic’s assist law enforcement to find missing people or to apprehend people. Healers are now allowed in hospitals to ease those who are ill. Those who are mediums or are channels are writing books of knowledge, love, forgiveness and release – reminding us we are multi dimensional beings. How wondrous is that?

More people are coming out of their ‘closets’ and questioning their beliefs because they crave a deeper connection and understanding of their Source or Creator(s). I see it as a miracle as people come to see Donna and I for individual appointments and for the classes we offer. We celebrate your courage!

Give yourself permission to take the next step, to go deeper, overcome your fears, learn how to access and nurture your intuitive gifts.

Take a breath, pick a color, breathe it in until you have filled your whole being and the color is spilling out of you! You are present! Being present is very important for your life it assists you with a great connection to your guides, angels and Creator(s).

Do this for five minutes each day. Every week add a couple more minutes of practice. You will find your days become calmer and you may start to gather the information you desire. Practice being present!

Praying  - Talking to the Divine
Meditation – Receiving messages from the Divine

Keep a journal of the messages or signs you receive from this practice. 

‘You are created in the likeness of the Divine, remember your Divinity! Celebrate it!’ Archeia Hope, Divine Compliment of Arch Angel Gabriel.

Have a great week everyone!

Auriel Grace

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