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A Revealing Day: A Text Triggered Revelation Regarding Relationships & Me

Updated on September 11, 2023
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Jo Anne is the author of Relationship Seasons of Love and has a degree in Community Mental Health.

A Text Trigger

This revealing day started at 6:57 a.m. Actually, I’d been up since 4:00 a.m. and had completed my spiritual practices, so it wasn't that surprising that God would have some insight for me that early in the day.

The revelation was triggered by a text message I read that morning upon awakening. The text was from a number I did not recognize and a man I did not know, but who had started this sporadic exchange the previous afternoon into the next morning.

In the text, he called me by name and asked how I was doing. I assumed he knew me because he had spelled my name correctly and knew my number. I figured his was one of the numbers that didn’t transfer over to my new phone, so I asked who he was. He gave me a first name and asked who I was, which I found strange since he initiated the contact and had stated my name.

Based on the name given, I thought it was someone I knew from high school that I had exchanged numbers with a couple of years ago at an informal reunion in Atlanta (ATL). This unknown man also called me and left a message. Then, he texted that he did not know what “ATL” was, questioned me about being on any singles’ sites and who I was, said he gets many messages from people he know from various places, and he didn’t recall contacting me.

At that point, the red flag that was already up is now waving wildly. I forwarded him the initial text from his number, explaining my disinterest in starting anything with anybody I don’t know, the strangeness of the communication, what I’ve learned and that if we don’t know each other, we should just say bye. His 2:38 a.m. response was, “It appears that you're either playing a game or you're paranoid. Please leave me alone.”


The Revelation

Upon awakening, I read his last text and thought it was strange since he started the communication. I wondered if it was some kind of test from someone I did know, but felt no need to respond or have the last word. Instead, I asked Spirit what the lesson was and what was He revealing to me about myself. What came up is presented below:

A previous attachment is the determinant change factor in a series of repeat classes to learn the same lesson. I am not the same. No longer do I blindly trust, heart wide open, saying and giving too much without it being earned. I have finally learned to guard my heart and information.

But, the learning came with sadness, a heaviness that felt like a stone lodged in my heart. It *ached*. Yet, I remained open and willing to trust as time progressed and the details of the precious, radiant gift that I am naturally unfolded through various modes of communication, time spent together and friendship development.

It didn’t feel so good at the time because I didn’t remember doing it that way before. However, the way I’ve related in the past, always giving the benefit of the doubt and trusting until given a reason not to, did not serve me well. So I had to do it differently in order to preserve an open heart and manifest my deepest desires.

I am not the same. But it’s ok and I’m ok. I convert the negative aspects into positive energy and channel it for my good. I choose to be better and do better. I walk in the power of the LOVE that I AM and wait for the divine and ultimate relationship God has prepared for me. I experience the joy-filled love fest even now.

In the last day of my 7-day consecration, I surrendered my heart and desires to God anew; and I went forth in celebration, dressed in purple- my fire walk chosen color of power, royalty and FREEDOM!

NOTE: *The ache in my heart lifted during my Twin Hearts and Self-Pranic Healing Meditation.

Be blessed,

Jo Anne Meekins

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2012 Jo Anne Meekins


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