Morning, Mother Mary!

Each morning, after I wake up, while I’m waiting on and willing the coffee pot to automatically drip a little faster, as my dreams begin to fade, replaced by the Voices of the day, which are rousing, finding their horns and testing their microphones, like an orchestra tuning up, I take a moment to ask the Queen of Heaven to wrap my heart in mirrors.

Morning, Mother Mary!

Invocation of The Goddess
Picture Mother Mary releasing the White Light of the Holy Spirit from her own Heart, like an armful of doves, which fly down and whirl around you in a glittering, milky vortex that sometimes smells faintly of roses, the BVM’s signature fragrance. For a brief moment, you appear in your mind’s eye like a cartoon Tasmanian Devil, and then this cosmic substance solidifies, like a hand-dipped chocolate shell on soft-serve ice-cream — a Dove bar, if you will.

Your aura is now enmeshed in a flexible, semi-transparent, reflective, impenetrable, diamond-hard armor.

Your Fix-it-and-forget-it Default Setting for The Golden Rule
Now, anything that comes your way, good or bad, is immediately bounced. It’s a spiritual autoresponder. You can carry on with your own inward work of thoughts and distractions, knowing that you won’t miss any scrap of good will sent your way by another — anyone who smiles at you will see a reflection of their own smile.

The Fist that Grips the Hearts and Flowers
For those of you who may feel you are in danger of psychic attack, or that you are working inside enemy territory, your armor will work automatically and unfailing — it is a constant. It simply reflects; that’s all it has to do. In other words, anyone projecting hateful thoughts in your direction will receive a face-full of whatever she puts out. Period.

The beautiful thing about this is: you can kick ass wherever it may be required — your automatic psychic armor will dispense the perfect matching dose of shit — a little bit or a lot — your attacker builds her own bitch-slap. You need not even get your hands dirty, or soil your spirit with bloody thoughts, or take on a burden of distracting and draining negativity. You don’t even have to know about it.

Big Mama’s Got Your Back
Mother Mary is the ultimate mother energy — she is God’s grace spiked with the nutrition of infinite, unconditional love. All unique, specific human expressions of God — that’s us — must pass through the channel of the Mother Energy to incarnate in this dimension. There are no exceptions — the Mother is the Doorway through which any and all Beings must pass on their way to becoming human. Even The God himself, when he chose to incarnate in human form with Christ Consciousness, nevertheless required the vessel of Mother.

We are the way by which God experiences Itself — the human experience is a mission of love. Angelic entities are pure love, but they are un-testable — they are Love in A Vacuum. They were not created with free will and the five senses to complicate, to enrich, and to challenge the experience of learning to love in spite of all this earthly crap.

Mary has Ascended beyond the limitations of her mortal body — and she retains the wisdom and the memory of her human incarnation. God is Love, but Mary, as the human mother of God, is a triumph of unconditional love that has passed through and transcended the testing ground of Earth. Mary knows the uniquely fierce capacity of motherhood — she is the Lioness, the Mother Bear — nobody messes with her cubs.

Even if you feel that your own biological mother may have sometimes failed you, Mary cannot fail. She is Mama to the power of infinity — like any woman who has been transformed by motherhood can tell you — she has an endless capacity to love as many children as she is given. She has the superhuman grace in her Ascended Master form to see each and every one of us as her child — she’s been here — she knows to the core of her being what it means to look into the eyes of her offspring and see God staring back at her, vulnerable, trusting, in need of her power.

And so this is how she sees each and every one of us. She has no religion, she doesn’t require you to have one — we all have a Mother. It’s a super common denominator of human experience. She knows no favorites, her love is human but inexhaustible, immortal, released. She can answer to the needs of all her children perfectly, simultaneously, according to what we specifically require. And she does it without judgment.

She knows the importance of our free will and raising us with a complex form of support that does not make us helpless and dependent, but strong and capable of completing our experience. She understands what we need to succeed, and that we need to accomplish our mission without her accomplishing it for us.

The Army of The Queen of Heaven
Mother Mary, as the Queen of Heaven, troops everywhere trailing her own personal army of angelic beings — the Thrones. They are like a swarm of killer bees, an entourage of warrior priestesses bearing swords.

It says somewhere in A Course in Miracles that if you knew who walks beside you, you would have no fear. Call the Queen of Heaven — ask for Her by name — let her know that you’re requesting back-up, she’ll know what to do.

Now you’ll know who walks beside you. The Thrones will guard every particle and point-of-entry in your aura with the simple unwavering reflective nature of their swords. Thrones are SuperNannies; they are the Ultimate Bouncers. They will kick the shit out of anyone who attempts to mess with you; but they will also smile respectfully and allow all good energy and blessings that arrive for you to pass quickly into your space with total protection, and to be reflected back to the sender.

It’s all a simple mechanism of smoke and mirrors — automatically dispensing a perfect matching dose of illuminating light or burning fire, depending on what is appropriate or what the situation may call for. You don’t have to maintain your own security. You can ask that it be taken care of for you. This is sometimes called giving it over to God, or getting out of God’s way.

Mary’s heart is an eternal flame of spirit that can light an infinite number of candles without ever becoming depleted. When you call on Mother Mary for assistance, she will immediately dispatch her Thrones to augment your personal power and assist your god posse — your personal spiritual support staff of guides and guardians.

When you pray to Mother Mary, you are requesting reinforcements, and you will get them, as many as you need, without hesitation, without question. It’s a done deal. All you need do is ask.

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14 Responses to Morning, Mother Mary!
  1. doshee
    January 12, 2007 | 4:54 am

    do you know of the WE?

  2. Slade
    March 1, 2007 | 4:38 pm

    Are you referring to this website:

  3. [...] This Question might as well be a prompt to write my autobiography! I blog in service to Ascended Master Mother Mary. [...]

  4. Robert
    March 10, 2007 | 11:42 pm

    So where is it in God’s word that Mary is the Queen of heaven along with all of these other things you say about Mary?

  5. Slade
    March 11, 2007 | 12:35 am


    What part of God’s word are you asking about – my version of it, or did you have a specific publication you need referenced?

  6. [...] The Question “Why do I blog?” might as well be a prompt to write my autobiography! But the super short answer is that I blog in service to Ascended Master Mother Mary. [...]

  7. [...] Preparation : Prayer I begin each and every morning by invoking the Goddess Mother Mary, regardless of what I plan to do that day. To tell you the truth, I usually say my Morning Prayer to Mary while I’m waiting for my pot of coffee to brew. [...]

  8. Shane
    August 12, 2007 | 3:40 am

    Thanks for talking about the Blessed Mother Mary. I enjoyed reading and have learned a great deal. I’m a catholic and thought I knew a great deal about Our Mother in Heaven. I was wrong and learned a great deal more from your site.

    Great stuff.

  9. Slade | Shift Your Spirits
    August 12, 2007 | 4:52 pm


    Thanks for the encouragement. My understanding of Mary, and my experiences with her, come from completely and totally outside Catholicism.

    While I remain “ignorant” of religious views of Mary, I hope to make a personal, spiritual contribution to who she is and what she stands for.

  10. pam
    May 18, 2008 | 7:33 pm

    Being a practicing Catholic, I found this reading very interesting and very honest.
    The Blessed Mother has always been there waiting for us to ask…
    Slade,thank you for sharing your gifts with us.
    Peace and Blessing ,


  11. Sabine
    October 5, 2008 | 5:09 pm

    Thanks Slade, I’ve had a pretty rough week and needed this . A lot.
    I hope incorporating this will help me from being discouraged.

  12. Julie J.
    October 5, 2008 | 8:14 pm

    This is awsome, thanks!!!

    Love & Light,

  13. Mary Grace
    October 6, 2008 | 12:25 pm

    You did a beautiful job in explaining the Divine Feminine, Mother Mary. I have used mirrors as a shield but never connected it with Mary, thank you for bringing this to my attention. When I make my coffee every morning, I will call in the doves, thank you for this visualization.
    When I was a child, I could only see and love Jesus. God was OK and so was Mother Mary but Jesus was my Guy. I loved Him so much that I saw no other. Later in life He brought me to his mother and father and now I have a deep reverence for Mother/Father God and Mother Mary is my guide now as well as Jesus. If I cannot refuse Jesus anything, how could I do any less for His Mother. It was she that told me I had to write the book, The Wounded Chalice, gave me the title and guided me to find just the right chalice that was to be the cover of my book. She who guided me through the writing and the publishing. She is now guiding me through the marketing so the world may hear Her message of Unconditional Love and conquering fear through love. She and Jesus are the little voice inside of me that I respond to.
    Please continue in the valuable work she has assigned to you, you do it so well.

  14. Darla
    November 26, 2009 | 2:27 am

    Great article Slade!

    When we talked yesterday you said that my chart indicates that I’m most definitely in the service of The Mother and I couldn’t agree more. My spiritual calling began with waking up with “Let it be” by The Beatles stuck in my head in the mornings “Mother Mary comes to me . . .”

    and it certainly explains my fascination with Our Lady of Guadalupe.

    Anyway, i was glad to learn a little bit more about Her and you made me giggle a few times :)

    Talk to you soon!

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