Let's have a lazy day today, you and I. Let's lie awhile on a white
cloud and ponder the blue skies and Heaven and Earth. Let's be serene
today with nothing on Our minds except how nice it is to be together in
the Oneness of Love. How nice it is just to be. Nothing to have to do,
nothing to take care of, to just be love escalating and revolving
throughout the Universe.
Just as the waves of Love are ever moving through the cosmos, so is life ever expressing through your heart. Your heart is the essence of your essential nature. It is where the truth I Am comes forth to meet the world.
Each day there is a need for you to
venture forth into a higher cellular awareness, entering extensions of your soul
that are finally available to you. Do not settle for what is. Extend yourself
past the boundaries of all that you can imagine 'you' to be. At that point, the
edge of your imaginings, is where the true 'you' begins.
I was in a Wyland Gallery
many years ago and was introduced to the paintings by the artist
James Coleman. From the moment I saw his paintings I was deeply
touched, he is my favorite artist of all time.
This month’s message from
the group is about an event that will take place on July 21 and 22,
2009. For many years they have talked about the correlation between
technology and human vibration. The short version is that our
technological advances are a direct reflection of the level of our
collective human vibration.
moment of your journey is planned to give you every opportunity to
transcend the darkness that you believed was your path and find the
light. Each experience is a lesson in healing, finding your power and
reconnecting to Source.
Archangel Metatron describes alchemy as “Changing the frequency of
thought, altering the harmonics of matter, and applying the elements of
love to create a desired result.” Alchemy is more than just a
process of transmuting base metals into gold… alchemy is the way to
transmute fear into love. This is a way of living life with awareness
and intention, returning us to a conscious relationship with Creator.
A few days ago, I went out my
door for a walk. After going down the gravel road in front of my house for a
few minutes, I found myself staring straight on at a small group of deer.
What a beautiful sight they were. As we stood there locked in a long gaze
for several minutes, I noticed that instead of the five I had counted, there
were actually ten.
Today, while out on a pre-spring bike ride, I saw neighbors sweeping their driveways, pruning dead branches from trees, and picking up old leaves by the side of the road, in preparation for spring and new growth.