There are no Coincidences
February 19, 2022
My car registration was coming due this year and I was reminded of it due to my yearly calendar reminder. I was asked to go a day early and I said, "No, it's fine. I'll go tomorrow." We have three registration offices in close proximity and I decided to try a new location this year -- the energy is clean in that area.
As I was driving into the parking lot, there was a fire truck parked in front of the plaza where the registration office is located. I parked in another plaza and started walking. As I approached the door to the registration office, I could see that it was busy. I walked in and the owner was notifying the people in line that it might take a little longer as they only had a couple staff on shift. I told her, "It's ok, I only come here once a year."
There was a east Indian lady in front of me who said she had to sit down because of her back -- I'll call her Veda. It didn't register with me because I was looking at the commotion going on in a office just outside of the teller area. There were paramedics along with the fire fighters in the office. Veda said, "She's having issues with her gallbladder."
I know that issues in your subconscious and etheric bodies will manifest in the physical body, so I start sending healing. I see white light and angel wings in the room and I hear, "I can have wings." I laugh because I don't envision any angel I speak with as having wings. I know she's receiving healing, but she has to accept it.
After some time, a stretcher is brought in and they wheel the lady out. -- I'll call her Asha.
It's quiet in the room and the manager goes to the other side of the teller area where there isn't anyone else. I take a few steps to a teller window beside the manager and ask, "Is Asha spiritual? I'm a Reiki master and have sent Asha healing, but she has to accept it." The manager says, "But you weren't in the room." I pause for a moment and say, "She has to accept the healing or it won't help her. It's how it works. Have her just say, 'I accept healing from Jason.'" I continue, "Call her or send her a text." She pauses and asks, "You said your name was Jason, right?" I nod.
By this time, the teller has taken her mask off to talk to a client -- through a plastic window -- because they can't communicate very well with a thing on their face. I chuckle to myself. I don't wear a thing on my face.
Veda tells me, "It's true, she has to accept the healing." It's time for Veda to be served. She mentions her back as she's walking to the teller window.
I continue to send healing to everyone in the ambulance and it feels good to help. I'm smiling and everyone can see.
I know there are no coincidences and that I was meant to be there to help Asha. I didn't think of helping Veda, by telling her, "Thank your back for being strong rather than saying it's 'bad' and you'll get better." Maybe Veda overheard my conversation with the manager and will accept healing from Jason too -- It's only love and some Usui Reiki.