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St. Catherine:* God In the Garden

Updated: Dec 20, 2020


"You cannot ignore any facet of your created being,

not your body, not your mind, not your spiritual life."


Ann: Hi Cathy, Anita** said you have something for the blog.


Cathy: Yes, Ann, I do. I would like to become a more active member of your blog. I gather you have been getting similar advice on that front.


Ann: Yes, apparently, at least according to one person, it was suggested that I have been too reticent in asking questions and have let the spirits who come here have their say without my interference.


Cathy: Yes, that was a good way to start but as we become more familiar with each other, I do think it would be interesting to have more in the way of a conversation. For example, I am very curious about what it would be like to have a girlfriend with whom I can share my thoughts and feelings.


Ann: Haven’t you been able to do that in other lives?


Cathy: Well, you would think so, but actually I have been extremely reticent to reincarnate and think that I am dipping a toe in the water here.


Ann: What concerns you?


Cathy: I am afraid that I could not handle a regular earthly life with all of the sensual contacts that in their number and velocity would overwhelm me.


Ann: What do your guides on that side say to you?


Cathy: They suggested that I speak to as many incarnated beings that could hear me and share my utter bliss with spiritual union but also the sense that my mission is unfinished, that I need to experience more fully what it is to be human and to bring into that life my already solid understanding of spiritual union and creation.


Ann: And what would you say to us still on the planet and trying to do just that?


Cathy: I would say that you cannot ignore any facet of your created being, not your body, not your mind, not your spiritual life. It is in every sphere of activity that we must bring all three to bear or we will forever feel incomplete.

So in your daily life bring Spirit to bear. Remember the joy of that connection when you are shelling the peas or tilling the soil or, as many of you do now, working with your computers.

The latter is a challenge because you have your attention claimed in what is an absorbing intellectual exercise, but the computer has other uses, witness the work being done here. I suggest that you may want to pause even for just a nano-second to marvel at the connection that the computer allows you, a connection which mimics your direct and personal connection with your Creator.

You may want to ask the universe about something that concerns you regarding your body, your mind, your spirit, or your way in the world, and see if words will be given you through the medium of writing. It is all part of the one. That is what I would say.


Ann: Thank you, Cathy.


Cathy: And you, Ann.


December 19, 2020


*Catherine of Siena (March 25, 1347 – April 29, 1380), a lay member of the Dominican Order, was a mystic, activist, and author who had a great influence on Italian literature and the Catholic Church. Canonized in 1461, she is also a Doctor of the Church.


**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 https://www.etsy.com/shop/FairyTaleEnd.


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