Thursday, March 14, 2013

What's next, Pope Francis?

I have a good feeling about Pope Francis. For one, I love the name he chose: St Francis of Assisi was very kind and friendly to nature and the animal world. He was saw the beauty in Mother Nature.

Jesuit priests are also respected in the Catholic world for their unassuming personality and strong work ethic. Their schools are strong on academics and skills development, rather than dial up the religious aspect (at least in Mexico). The update that I saw most often last night on my personal Facebook page was "Habemus Papa Jesuita!"

Nice surprise. What impressed me most was the complete sense of calm and serenity on the balcony when he greeted the crowds. 

Being from Mexico, I have to admit its pretty cool that he is from Latin America. I am really curious to see what he does during his papacy (is that what you call it?). And if he modernizes the Church and brings more diversity into its ranks.

I would also like to see Catholics learn to meditate,    feel the energies around us and tune into their angels as well as Jesus & Mary's energy directly to get answers. Let's not forget that Higher Power we call God either. Maybe Catholics tune in already through prayer but the "asking frame of mind" is very different from the "receiving frame of mind."

If I had a personal audience with Pope Francis I would suggest he bring intuitive development into the church because it can really dial up people's spiritual development. It also moves them from a place of "faith" to "certainty." People say its hard to have faith when we ask God for answers and hear no reply. 

That belief exists because most of us were never told that we could see or hear angels and saints by activating our chakras. Clairvoyance make going to mass exciting (have a look at my first ever post, HERE). It is fun to watch what goes on around you. 

Reiki hugs, 




Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angels, tarot and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a Healer at the School of Intuition & Healing. Regina's passion is bringing joy and empowerment to healing pursuits.  

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  1. I think my dear you should write always from your heart, congruence is a beautiful state of being :) I agree he has a good feel to him... And also was taken by his new name... I was in Assisi last summer and it was magical, I was one of them in another reincarnation so was my partner so a very special moment that all day felt like a pilgrimage :) Plus I come back wih a new guide next too me so Assis has a total new meaning to me.... I too believe he will bring good things... Of course not all the reforms one might wish but more love and acceptance and much less pretende xxx

    1. I really like him too, because of that name more than anything. He has already gone on record saying humanity doesnt have a good enough relationship with nature. I quite like the idea of an environmental pope :-)