In this time, this holiday season, which is in truth a parting of the veil of time, it is easy for the mind to take jurisdiction and to happily involve you in the chaos of the ego's version of the giving of gifts. But deep within the one gift comes.
How do you process the plethora of violent events like happened last week? How do you put perspective on such horrific things that seem to be endless across the planet – at the same time you have your own personal series of crises to move through?
At times moving forward can be difficult if we are unable to see the path lying ahead. However, the path ahead is not as important as what is happening now. As a collective we have been conditioned to plan our whole life. From childhood, we have been bombarded with images and badgered with the infamous question "what do you want to be when you grow up?" We also responded innocently with the politically correct answer;
The past week has felt so sad and heavy. The energy feels thick with grief and despair. People are angry. They are, quite rightly, angry that being black still means you get treated differently to the point that a casual day out could cost you your life.
The last several weeks on our planet have been daunting, no matter what part of the planet you inhabit. Without question - the times we are experiencing upon our beloved Mother Earth are critical. Never before have has our impact on this planet been so dramatic. For years, we have discussed the plight of our mother, her birthing pains into higher consciousness.
I am still
getting mails from people in the USA who are euphoric about the
election of Barack Obama as the next USA president. And why not, it was
a good choice and I think we can allow the Americans to feel
self-congratulatory about the good choice that they have made this time
Peace, dear ones, is always there for you. It arises when you can accept life as it is, surrender to what is in front of you and inside you right in this moment, and know that within you lies the power to change direction in the very next.
Emotional freedom is always
present; it is for you to allow it. It is like following the stream of
life and the water in the stream is the emotion – the sensory system –
with which you navigate the waterways. There are times when the water
is calm, times when there is turbulence and debris in the water, times
when there is flooding, and times when rage appears.