The Angels of the Harps and Amazing Stories! | Therapeutic Harps

I would to tell you that these beau­ti­ful harps are now receiv­ing the bless­ings of the vor­texes of Sedona .  They are being blessed by all these amaz­ing ener­gies that affect Sedona.  In fact, Archangel Michael and the blue ray energy is so strong here I feel so blessed to be here.

The lady reported to the healer that she and her fam­ily were in a van .  The harp was in her lap and a pink harp brochure with my pic­ture on the front of it was on the dash of the car.  They had just stopped for a light and began enter­ing an inter­sec­tion.  All of a sud­den, the brochure floated out of the car in slow motion as a truck began to enter from the side street when it should have been stopped.  The brochure con­tin­ued to sail thru the inter­sec­tion in slow motion as they noticed the truck com­ing toward them.  All of a sud­den they were just on the other side of the inter­sec­tion safe and unhurt as if time had just changed and the truck had made it thru and so did they, with no one hurt.  The lady seemed to loved to speak of the way the pink brochure just seem to shim­mer and float.   Maybe the angels use the brochure to dis­tract the people’s atten­tion.  Per­haps, so the angels could do their work.  The lady shared this story with sev­eral peo­ple and the story is con­sis­tently the same.  The Mirac­u­lous is the order of the day!

The Angels have blessed these harps from the moment they came into my med­i­ta­tions many years ago.  Whether it be the beau­ti­ful Indian Tun­ing that this amaz­ing lady had or The Angelic tun­ing with the Drag­on­fly or The new Sedona harp is called the Celes­tial . The vor­texes of Sedona has just increased the energy of these harps.  They are so filled with bless­ings from the Angels and par­tic­u­larly, the blue ray of Archangel Michael  already that I will not be Amazed at what sto­ries I hear next !  Mir­a­cles are our gift as we look beyond this world to that which is really real.

Maybe Next We will talk about some of the peo­ple who came up to me  at shows and what they told me about their near death expe­ri­ences and the harps.  Or maybe the repeated reports of  who sang when I left the Booth at shows.  Did you want to hear more about the new Sedona harps and the vor­texes?  Leave your com­ments if you will.

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