There have been times when I was angry at God. Angry because things weren't going the way I wanted and no amount of prayer seemed to be able to fix that. I felt like God wasn't listening. Maybe God didn't care. Maybe God was punishing me.
This month brings a sense of making a decision. Choice. Black, or white? Here, or there? Should I stay or should I go? For many, what begins the month is the feeling that something must be done. That action is necessary in order to create the next step or enter the next phase. That everything will remain as it is unless something is done to stop the status quo or to move into what comes next.
As we are being propelled into more soul growth and even more challenging lessons, it is obvious that we are longer alone in our suffering. Everyone is experiencing 'karma in the face' syndrome and when we know there is an easier path for them, we can be tempted to help them avoid the drama. But it seems that all we can do is look and watch as they drive themselves over a cliff. No matter what we tell them, they just keep on going, smiling and waving us away from their business. Can we help them? Do we need to? What happens to them if they continue along their path?
We come together once again to speak of the language of the times past, the language that was used and the spoken words of the time I was in carnation. There are many differences which lead you to a misunderstanding, a distraction from the true meaning of the words. A word such as “mercy” had a meaning of love, understanding, and forgiveness. In the time of my incarnation, to be merciful meant to kind, understanding, free of judgment.
As we continue to stand on the rocky shoreline of life, many of us have found ourselves consumed by the desire to scramble over the rocks until we reach that untouched stretch of golden beach; it seems that the desire to overcome the rocks and the unpredictability of the tides has taken over our focus and energy as it is a human tendency to seek out calmer seas and smoother terrain.
Beloved One, memory is a most wonderful aspect which you have built
into the human experience. You can remember experiences of past
lifetimes, the present lifetime, and, as you can imagine, experiences
of future lifetime. You can remember experiences which you had as a
small one; some experiences which were very nurturing, very loving,