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Peter: Courage

It takes courage to ask for directions.

Ann: I get the feeling that one of you want to speak with me about courage. Is that you, Peter?*

Peter: Yes, Ann, that would be me, aimed in your direction because it is amazing how often you and many or your compatriots are discovering that courage is required, not only for heroic acts, but simply for everyday living. And I’m an everyday kind of guy, Pete, as Laurie calls me, not Peter. Peter makes me sound like some guy with several graduate degrees.

Ann: Well, I thought you were very smart and an engineer type.

Peter: Yes, but I applied those talents to get from one place to the next, nothing theoretical in my world. Once I realized who I was and the direction my life was going, there was nothing left but to chart the course from day to day so that’s what I did and am still doing today.

My role as extraterrestrial helper comes in three forms. First I am here to give those of you who are lagging a little boost. Find the silliness in what is holding your back, crack a grin. and then roll right over whatever problem presents itself. Oddly enough, it takes courage to let go of a grievance and let that happen.

So if you are letting some little argument, comment, slight, or untoward circumstance rain on your parade, think of elves dancing as fast as they can on the top of a body of water to keep themselves from going under. Then smile at the antics that they are employing, because they think they can’t swim only to find to their surprise as they go under for the last time that they swim better than they dance. That is courage lesson number one.

The second type of help I can offer is technical. For those of you who are directionally challenged, give me a shout out, and you may be surprised to see where you are going more clearly.

Though I am not the patron saint of lost items, leaving that to St. Christopher, I am damn good at getting your ass out of the bulrushes, but, as many of you know, it takes courage to ask for directions. When you do, you may see the waters part, the path appear, and a light shine on your intended path. If so, please pause to say Hi, because that might be yours truly lending a hand.

Finally, the third way that I can offer help is via the internal lift. Have you noticed that sometimes when nothing seems to answer your questions that you begin to doubt the purpose of your life? When that happens, it is hard to find your faith. That is when it is the hardest to find the courage to reach out for help.

Please call on me. I am in my heart of hearts a finder. When you link up with a finder and place your arm in his, you will find the ground beginning to solidify beneath your feet and the world around you re righting itself into its proper position.

Always it takes courage to come out of these blind spots. I am not the only one ready to help. Every time you take a chance and reach out when your heart is faltering, your store of courage and your confidence in your created purpose will increase, and soon enough you will find your way back on track and offering your own hand to others in need.

That is how we develop the courage to move forward.

February 20, 2021

*Referred by Anita Sacco. See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab. Anita can be contacted for purchase of obtaining the recipe for her protection spray or for spiritual or past life readings at

All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes only.

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