When you watch the Source, or God, work in your lives, you experience amazing results. The abundance that you can imagine for yourselves is miniscule in comparison to the limitless blessings that are available to you. It is not possible for you to imagine or to know all of the possibilities that are available, only to know that they are there. Each step on your path opens new doors and new avenues for you to explore and experience. First, though, you must learn to watch the Source work.
There is only one lesson that all of humanity needs to learn to bring heaven on earth, and it is the lesson of forgiveness. There is a single message of the Shift and it is to love and forgive each other. As the energy quickens and you feel the Shift energy reverberating throughout your lives, you will notice that how you react to others changes. As you raise your vibrations it becomes more difficult to be annoyed and frustrated with those around you. The gift of your higher vibration is the ability to see into others' hearts and to understand the pain and frustration that they live with. How can you not forgive someone when you realize that they are doing the best that they can, in every situation?
You rest in My arms. There is nothing else to rest in, beloveds. There is God, and that's where rest is. When you rest in bed, you are in My arms. When you are restless, you are still in My arms. I hold you dearly. You are My child whom I love. I can do nothing else but love and love you.
Every Human Being is unique. A Human Being is Oneness personified
and personalized, Oneness made unique, Oneness with opinions and points
of view perhaps unlike any other. And, still, even so, there is
Oneness. There is the union of Oneness regardless of any opposing
views. There is no one way. There are myriads of ways, and yet, still
there is Oneness. This is hard to assimilate.
Some years ago when I was doing metaphysical counseling, a woman came to me lamenting the state of her relationship. After listening to her go on for a while about how bad things had become, I asked her a simple question.
“When was the last time you brought your husband flowers?”