A Message from Michelle
“Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answer.”
― Rainer Maria Rilke
I have SO. MANY. QUESTIONS. in my heart: Why are we here? How does a loving God allow suffering? How can we help each other cope? How can I be the person God—and I—want me to be? What happens when we die? Will suffering end? Was it necessary? Was it worth it?
Channeling messages from God and Archangel Michael has given me a greater understanding of many of these issues, but it seems that each answer leads to more questions. Of my readers, I ask, What are your questions? Have they been answered? What new things do you want to ask?
This process has been an amazing journey. Like a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis, the sometimes arduous process has transformed me. After experiencing childhood trauma and living with mental illness, I discovered the spiritual realms. I tried to make sense of it all while trying to live a normal life, be a good wife and mother, have fun with family and friends, and enjoy simple pleasures like a delicious meal, a good night’s rest, and a beautiful sunny day.
For years I longed to live a spiritually-centered life in which I felt a personal connection to God, the angels, my spirit guides, and my ancestors. When this started to come true, I was in awe. WOW! I can actually talk with God and Archangel Michael. At the same time, I wanted to maintain a loving connection with my family and friends. I worried that my husband would not support my “traversing the spiritual realms,” given my history of a mental illness diagnosis. Although he doesn’t read my writing or ask about messages I receive, Steve shows steadfast support in simple ways.
One night, I couldn’t sleep, so I tried to converse with him, which I often do. He JUST LOVES IT (not!). Steve rolled over and said, “Talk to your guides and angels, will ya?”
Even as my connection strengthened, sometimes I forgot to call in spiritual support. But my husband had seen me get up at 5 a.m. EVERY SINGLE DAY for months, channeling messages from God and Archangel Michael. When I asked Steve for advice about a difficult situation, he said, “Why don’t you ask Michael?” “Who’s Michael?” I said . . . LOL. It didn’t dawn on me to ask the archangel for help, but that solution occurred immediately to Steve! My husband hitchhiking on my spiritual adventure—that is true love!
I felt “called” to write The Nature of God. Technically, having free will means I had a choice, but the pull was so strong I couldn’t ignore it. Funny thing . . . I used to hear people talk about being called to a vocation (like pastors saying they were called to a new congregation), but I had no idea what that meant. Now I know—you feel so moved to do something, there is no way to say no!
During our sessions, God and I discussed so many remarkable ideas, including:
- We separated from God’s energy of love and will reunite once we discover our true natures.
- Hell does not exist, God does not judge, and karma balances our negative actions.
- We co-create with Mother/Father God.
- Angels guide and protect us.
- THERE WILL BE PEACE ON EARTH!
But perhaps the most encouraging inspiration is that our human lives are not random or purposeless. There is a reason for everything that happens, and all is as it should be. While we struggle and suffer, we also feel joy, laughter, and love. We chose—longed for, actually—our life challenges to gain greater understanding of ourselves and God.
My hope is that each reader will find comfort and joy in these pages. God and the angels help us navigate life’s trials and quell our fears by reminding us that everything is part of a grand plan. They also guide us to be who we truly are—God’s divine children—so we can share in the universal love and celebration that is meant to be ours.
As you “live” your questions, let the answers here direct your journey toward hope and peace. I may be moving along a different path, but our destination is the same. Remember that everyone in the spirit realm—God, the angels, guides, ancestors, and loved ones—supports all of us, all the time. You just have to ask.