Lady of Avalon
(Keeper of the Flame)

by Rev. Sheri, founder of Angel Messenger

This is something that I have had hidden away for awhile. A scribble of thoughts that came through during one of my journeys, but rereading made me realize it sounds like things I’ve read written by other women, women who have found something amazing hidden inside themselves, so I thought maybe I should share it. Maybe someone out there might relate to this type of energy.

It was supposed to be part of a book that I never could finish writing because I couldn’t see the ending – a character who was finding the Goddess within. I guess I hope by sharing that maybe it will inspire others to find more of their power within … their Voice of Truth, their Light, and whomever they are in the depths of themselves … who they were Created to Be.

Writing is another creative activity that helps me to deal with my pain. Sometimes it is healing, sometimes it’s beautiful, sometimes it actually makes no sense to me at all … lol. I guess it’s just something that I want to share with you because I’m really finding there are so many other beautiful things in this world that are so very healing. Although, it does make me very sad that children are being taught that those things are not as important as they are, but I guess that’s a whole other topic … a big one, too.

I hope you enjoy and am wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season. <3

She is the Lady of Avalon.
Keeper of the Flaming Sword of Truth,
Given to Her by Michael the Archangel.

She will not yield to those who cannot see.
It is not Her job to prove who She is.
Her Light is a Veil to Protect;
Guardian of the Children of Heaven,
Only the Beloved will hear Her Call.

She will not yield to those who cannot hear.
The Trumpet will sound in the depths of their souls.
If they choose to remain deaf,
The Lioness, She will take no prisoners.

She is the Lady of Avalon.
She will not yield to those who cannot see Her.
She will not yield to those who cannot hear Her.
For this world has chosen a deaf, blind darkness.
It is a Promise; the Children of Heaven will Rise in Grace.

8 replies
  1. Kayleigh x
    Kayleigh x says:

    Wow! Absolutely beautiful and so inspirational!! Words truly fail me and for that I must apologise in advance! You touched my soul, my true spiritual being, with your writing of truth. I completely understand this so much and see so many people living this life in the darkness unable to see beyond the brick walls they look at, if only they looked to & followed the light with an open mind and an open soul, for instead of standing in front of a brick wall and seeing only the brick, they could look through the window of life and see beyond the trees, beyond the mountains…. I love it when I have been inspired to write and you look back at it when out of that “moment” and think WOW that makes so much sense!
    You have a truly special and pure gift and it’s so amazing that you can share that with so many in the world and touch so many souls!
    I have been feeling somewhat lost on my own spiritual pathway for sometime, due to challenges in life I am yet to overcome, and I know I will when I am meant to, not when I want to….I never forget they are there holding my hand and with me always. I am grateful for having such a knowing and wish everyone could feel such especially when facing their darkest moments.
    Blessings to you all thank you for sharing xx

    • Rev. Sheri
      Rev. Sheri says:

      Dear Kayleigh, thank you for sharing and for you kindness. <3 I wanted to share with you that I too have certainly had times when I have felt "lost", and looking back now I can see the importance of those times. Sometimes we are not as lost as we think we are but rather actually experiencing and finding what is True for us. For me, that Journey took a while, and I'm not exactly the most patient person. I know it can be a really frustrating place to be in. If I could go back in time and give myself any advice in that moment, it would be to learn to love myself for who I am and what I had been through to that point, what I had survived. Of course, in that moment, I probably would have rolled my own eyes at myself. 😉 However, life is a Journey, and one thing I have learned on mine is the huge importance of truly loving ourselves ... it seems to be the key to unlocking so many other things. It's not the ego kind of love, of course, but the kind of love where we forgive our perceived failures and appreciate the victories we have had ... where we accept who we truly are. Then we can Be - come something more. The journey still continues; we still grow, but we have a better vantage point on that mountain. Bless you, Kayleigh. <3


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