Dear Donnarose…

| December 1, 2016

soulfully yours donnaroseQ: Dear Donnarose, I see all the people protesting against the outcome of the presidential election. But I also see others on social media bashing the protesters. I hate to admit it, but I tend to agree with the latter.  I just think enough is enough. Didn't we all get exposed to enough negativism during the campaign? Your thoughts? ~MB

A: “Don't let people pull you into their storm. Pull them into your peace." -Unknown

Absolutely, we definitely all experienced enough negativism related to this topic. But since bashing the protesters hasn't lightened them up as of yet, at this point, it is suggested to try an alternative way of dealing with this. Meaning, since there's a ton of negative energy out there emanating from those who feel a sense of betrayal or extreme let down because of their vote not resulting to their satisfaction, rather than send out judgment towards them, instead, spend your energy on raising your vibration. This not only will help increase your light and shield you from the negative angry energy, but your increased light will emanate out towards others, and can help shift and lift their vibrational frequency as well. It can actually help those who are in emotional pain to feel a sense of relief, and bring them to a place of peace. There's a link below that will get you started with raising your vibration. Remember, by increasing your light, the darkness around you cannot thrive for very long, and soon a peaceful outcome will start to emerge. This doesn't mean people should stop standing up for what they believe in. But spreading your light can help bring clarity to others, whereas they can realize they can still speak their mind, but in a more peaceful manner. And raising your vibration is a step to take to help this along.~♥

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Q: Dear Donnarose, I'm at a loss on how to handle my mother's illness. She's stricken with terminal cancer, and it's causing some difficulty amongst my family. I'm still hopeful that she can survive, but my siblings keep saying I'm unrealistic. Please advise. ~Thank you, EV

A: “During feelings of despair, the only way up is through prayer.” ~Donnarose Melvin

I can understand why both you and your siblings feel the way you do, as I've heard and read, as well as seen with my clients, that there can be more than one outcome for those suffering with terminal cancer. One person who survived, is Anita Moorjani. Years ago she wrote a book about her story called, “Dying To Be Me”, in which Dr. Wayne Dyer was so inspired, he had her tour with him many times. I read it twice, and highly recommend it for you and your family.

Now while there's no guarantee that people with terminal cancer will survive like Anita, still, I've seen how the loving attitudes and behavior of those surrounding them, can make a positive impact. I know firsthand, because I've spoken to my clients during their sessions with me, and was kept informed about the family dynamics. But keep in mind, I also noticed when there was arguing and negative discussions around my clients, it would be difficult because they were not in the position to help resolve the issues. And, absorbing negative energy may affect one's immune system, and may possibly counteract the effects of certain treatments.

Also, as you know, cancer is as real as it gets, and is already plenty to handle. Therefore, it is suggested that anything that can strike a balance should only be brought into your mother's hospital room. Things that help would be of a cheerful nature, like anything you know she finds funny, as humor is known to help boost the immune system. Show her positive videos, photos, and discuss activities to look forward to, etc. Keep the love flowing around her as much as you possibly can. If your siblings don't support you, trust me when I say, that if you stay very connected to your Higher powers, They will greatly support you, as well as manifest some peace amongst your family during tough discussions.

Now as I've mentioned in the past, I do believe our soul's contract determines whether we will transition or survive certain situations. However, I strongly believe, that by doing the best you can with applying all that was written above, there will be a wave of peace that will come over you as well as your mother, whether it's during her transition, or her recovery. I've seen this to be true in both cases. I send all of you love and God's light on this situation.~♥

Donnarose MelvinDonnarose Melvin is a professional intuitive medium, and also does powerful distant energy clearings. Her knowledge from her BA degree in Psychology, along with her natural intuitive gifts, have helped thousands achieve increased peace and success. Please send your questions to: Donnarose1010@gmail.com or Facebook private msg her at Donnarose. She will select questions each month to share with you. Donnarose regrets that unpublished questions cannot be answered individually. If you’d like an energy clearing, or an intuitive reading, please contact Donnarose at the email address above. 

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