You are the Grace and Gratitude that you hold in your Heart!
The number 11 is known to hold angelic vibration (energy) and in Numerology it is viewed as one of the Master Numbers (the other is 22). Amplifying the number to “11 11” in reference to either the time or the date is said among other things, to be a sign of Angels. As a day, it also holds the potential for spiritual awakening and enlightenment. An expression of gratitude when noticing that time is a wonderful gesture. If it is the date, then it is not only a day to stay in feelings of gratitude, but a day to ask for guidance, which helps us know the path that will bring us into alignment.
On 11-11-17, Pat participated in and/or conducted three ceremonies appropriate to the day. At 11:11 AM, a service for Humanity; at 1:11 PM, a service for the Earth and ‘Natures Angels’; and at 4:11 PM, a service for the Animal Kingdom. Below are brief descriptions, observations and pictures from each event. Why is this posted on the Angel Messages page? Because they were quite instrumental in each ceremony and they were very present!
11:11 AM (with fellow Lightworker Debbie Owens)
A lovely morning ceremony for Humanity was conducted on this bridge. It included an acknowledgement of the Twelve Solar Aspects of Deity (Will, Wisdom, Love, Ascension, Truth, Grace, Forgiveness, Clarity, Harmony, Peace, Purpose and Transformation) and prayers for Humanity.
There were so many beautiful moments at this location. Photos are from the site of the ceremony: The Van Wickle House property and D&R Canal, Somerset, NJ.
Post ceremony photo of the Beams of Light!
Another post ceremony photo!
This early afternoon ceremony, which included prayers for the Earth and Nature’s elementals was conducted in an open area in the Perennial Garden at Colonial Park, Somerset, NJ. I left this ceremony filled with a sense of peace. Photos are from the ceremony site and other locations in the Garden.
The last ceremony of the day was conducted for the Animal Kingdom. It was also the most breathtaking! Life at the lake in Colonial Park was very evident. Seeing the animals that reside there and those that ‘visited’ (their timing was incredible!) made this ceremony so special!
Additional photos below are from the site of the ceremony.