The Flipside of COVID-19: Psychic Angel Morgan shares 5 things to learn

2020 has been a doozy for all of us, literally globally.  It’s completely valid to be struggling at this time, as many of us are holding the weight of factors within and completely out of our influence and control.  At times, when the news is relentlessly bad, whether in general or in our very orbit, it can feel ever so hopeless.

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When I feel unsure and even helpless, I tend to reach out to people with knowledge and expertise that I do not possess.  And in an existential time like this one, I am taking that to the next level, by connecting with Angel Morgan, Psychic and Animal Communicator.

I recently had the experience of a reading with Angel, and while admittedly I do love anything in the psychic realm I was blown away with not only what she was able to tell me about me, but by her no-nonsense yet nurturing, and kindly humorous delivery.  Basically if you’re someone who’s skeptical about this stuff, Angel is the intuitive for you, because she was once a skeptic herself.  We’ll be sharing more of Angel’s psychic advice and her own story over the coming weeks and months.  For today, Angel is helping us regain some hope, by sharing a few energetic pieces of knowledge that can help us through the COVID-19 pandemic, that we wouldn’t have were it not for this collective global experience.

Feelings of fear kicked into high gear

The first days of pandemic life brought uncertainty, many were afraid. We each dealt with it in our own unique, energetic and intuitive ways. Being a whimsical Gemini, my instinctive safe place is laughter. Zombie apocalypse movies like “Shaun of the Dead” and “Zombieland” led to humorous moments of wondering if an undead would make its way to my home, literally seconds before someone knocked at my door sending me toward the ceiling like some cartoon cat, claws buried in the stucco.

 

We all pulled together to make the best of a difficult situation

One day, while caught in a cash line, my partner began to hum…then sing…then dance. Normally I was the light, positive penny. That day the energy felt heavy, I felt drained, and frankly…I was a bit annoyed. How dare he enjoy his existence in these Orwellian like surroundings! It became a unique experience to watch this dash of light zipping around in what I perceived as such darkness. Eventually, I couldn’t help but have moments of reluctant laughter…which, of course, was the goal.

 

Small joys and tiny fulfilling acts of self love, became important

Gardening, cleaning house, and Social media led the way! Our computers, iPads and phones were flooded with Balcony arias! Artistic communities offered free virtual performances worldwide. From every country, The faithful watched beautiful Easter morning masses. These became unprecedented acts of coming together.

 

During this isolation opportunity nature showed us what she wants

In time, waterways cleared, air became more breathable, animals re-emerged. How sad and inspiring that the removal of…well…us, undeniably revealed that a higher level of compatibility with the natural world IS indeed more than possible if we take steps to lower environmental footprint.

 

Our society is capable of creating different ways of learning, living and working

Perceptions are changing “How can I survive?” Is becoming “I feel like simplifying my life”. For South American Medicine people everything is perception. Distance learning is creating a newer, stronger growth mindset generation of young people. The feel lifestyle perception encourages society to take stock and examine the importance of living for the sake of being happy versus living for the sake of survival.

Energetically, shifts are happening everywhere. We are moving from think to feel. The question is, what choices will you make to shape your new life?

 

Keep up with Angel Morgan through her website and social media below.

https://www.raisingenergy.com/

http://www.facebook.com/raisingenergy

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Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of Addicted Magazine. Her myriad of addictions include music, fashion, travel, technology, boxing and trying to make the world a better place. Nadia is also a feminist, an animal lover, and a neverending dreamer. Keep up with her on social media through @thenadiae.
Nadia Elkharadly

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