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Hello lovely one! How are you?

I’m holding on.

Honestly, when I think about myself and how I am feeling, it seems irrelevant in our current climate. 

Yet, last night as I was soaking in my ritual clearing bath, I felt immensely sad. I was reminiscing about how the events of my day unfolded. I had plans to shop for food for our house as well as for my parents. 

I met my Dad in the grocery store parking lot, and as I placed the bags of groceries into his car, I leaned in to hug him. I paused. Sadness overflowing in me, I held back my tears. 

Holding our loved ones is a natural occurrence, but in our current situation it’s tainted with questions of  “what if ?” 

 In that split second, standing there with my Dad, being reminded again of just how grateful I am to be his daughter, I realized how much I just wanted him to hold me and tell me that everything was going to be alright. For a moment I was my child self, wanting and needing his unconditional love. Isn’t it funny how holding someone can do all that?!  

In the absence of physical contact with others, my thoughts began to wonder if my faith could take this heaviness I’ve been holding away. 

That got me to thinking about how much I’ve adored holding the people I love and care for. Holding my belly when I was pregnant, and when my babies were born, holding them closely when they nursed, or holding the newborn foster baby I picked up from the hospital. 

I’ve been holding my whole life.

The moment I held my precious grandbabies for the first time. And how my heart longs to hold them again right now. Holding my husband’s nanna’s hand, and my friend Jodi’s as they crossed over to Heaven.

Friends, family, and even clients receive a tender hug before they leave their session. 

As my thoughts dove deeper into  the depth of my being I held myself in the midst of not being able to hold others in the familiar physical manner as I had before Covid19 was a part of our everyday life. 

This adjustment of holding space for my loved ones in new forms has given way to deep seated emotional pains I had not realized were within my being. I’m doing my absolute best to be present in these feelings, to look at them lovingly and embrace whatever lack, pain, or despair that rise upward into my consciousness.

My truth is, today I am holding it together the best I can with the tools and resources that I am fortunate enough to have.

I hope you are doing the same.

The truth is that with the uncertainty of our current world climate, feeling overwhelmed is a given.. The good news is that you can heal and hold your overwhelm with love based tools and methods for connecting with your Angels, and receive gentle, loving guidance from the Divine realm. 

I wonder, what it is that you are holding onto to keep you grounded and feeling safe in these uncertain times. Share in the comment section below who it is that you are missing holding!

I am sharing with you a valuable resource from my Angel Membership, intended to support and hold you in this unprecedented time. I know as I am feeling the need to be held and supported, I imagine you are too.

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Xx Jeanne 

p.s I’ve got more amazing resources available for you when you Pre-Order my new book Believe . . . Angels Don’t Lie. 


April 11


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  • Elizabethe Lewis

    Hi jeanne, I was very moved by your blog. I miss my mom holding me. She recently passed and ive been trying to get back that feeling of closeness to her. Right now i have been getting through this virus by doing all i can to spend time with my family and learn things for us to grow closer. My son is having a hard time as well with my moms passing and so ive been trying to learn as much as i can to help us heal together.

    • Jeanne Street

      Elizabeth, I’m so glad you felt the love coming through this weeks blog. Your memories of your mom holding you are holding you now as precious gift from Heaven. God Bless you and your son as you grieve your moms passing together.

      xx Jeanne

  • Lucci

    Jeanne, Tank you for sharing your experience about wanting to hug your Dad. I almost hugged my Mom last night as I was going to bed, and my Dad too a few weeks ago. I leaned towards them because it has always come so natural to me to embrace my loved ones, but I then paused as I remembered that I can’t at this time. My Dad and I went grocery shopping for my 95 year old Grandma, who I am very close with. She helped to raise me and I was named after her (Her name in Lucy, and my birth name is Lucille) I stay at least 5-6 feet away from my Grandma and I’ve tried several times explaining to her why I can’t go near her but she doesn’t fully understand what is going on in our world at this time. She even called out to me, saying “Lucille, Come here” Sadness came over me because I always kiss her on her cheek, hug her, sit with her holding her hand, brush her hair, pray the rosary with her. She has a caretaker who lives with her since she cannot stand up or take care of herself anymore. Her caretaker is the only one who makes physical contact with her during this time. In that case, we have no choice. I turn to prayer, meditation, and journaling to help me through my feelings. I enjoyed watching your Angel card workshop!! I often pick from the top of my deck when I pull a card for the day.. I used your method, and laid my cards out, I like that better and am going to start doing my readings that way! Sending you love & light ✨

    • Jeanne Street

      Lucci, I can feel your sadness in your words… not being able to hug and love your grandma up right now must be so incredibly hard. Sending you and your family lots of love and prayers!

      xx Jeanne

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