We are in the pause between heartbeats. We are in the place between the in and out breath. We are learning how to connect with the intangible. My favorite musical group, Pink Floyd, expresses my feelings of what is occurring at this time. We can no longer turn away from our own suffering or that of humankind.
Most of you reading this are already aware on some level of the change upon which your planet and those inhabiting it are undergoing at this time. Change has been taking place for a long time now (one could argue successfully that change is a constant state), but the degree and intensity of change has been on the increase and is now something that many of you can sense or feel on a number of levels. We would like to offer our encouragement in the support of these changes as well as some practical advice on what to expect and how to gracefully move through this time
"Every thought you think and every word you say is an affirmation for your future." - Now think about. Really think about it. If each of us spent one entire day noticing our thoughts and words, chances are we'd be a little concerned about the future we're creating. For most people, negative thinking and talking is a way of life. But not anymore, thanks to Louise Hay.
We see that you sit at an intersection of whom you once were and who you shall become. You read the roadmap of your past actions and reactions and expect to find the future in those schematics. You see where you have fallen and none have picked you up. You see where you have allowed yourself to be emotionally strangled into a place of limited breathing and limited acceptance of air into your lungs. You wait for the world to exhale so that you can breathe in what it good, what is grand and what is your purpose. The carbon monoxide of other’s thoughts and negativities waif through the air that surrounds you so you breathe shallowly, you inhale less possibility.
Is not life a great thing you have as you walk through the world? Just think of it, you have life every day, day and night, day in and day out, and the life you have is yours. You go with it, and it goes with you.
A theme has been developing through the messages we have transmitted over recent times. The purpose behind this theme is to provide maximum inner stability during times of outward instability. It is obvious that the prevailing awareness of many people is on the tremendous change occurring in myriad situations and places all over the planet. Many are focused on the date of December 21, 2012 as an action point that is dually seen as the end of the world as you know it, as well as a new world of Peace, Harmony and Cooperation.
We talked in this space last week about one of the most important things in life: being friends. So yes, be friends with your spouse. Be friends with your children. Be friends with your relatives. Be friends with your neighbors and your fellow workers and your acquaintances. And yes, even be friends with your enemies. And most of all...be friends with yourself! Let's see how...
Question: I have been a spiritual seeker almost all my life. I have had many wonderful experiences and feel I have grown and evolved immensely. However, there is still one area which I feel has not changed much and that is my fear of dying. How can I overcome this fear of death?
There are moments when we reach beyond our daily affairs, hopes and concerns and unite with the very fabric of life. We may be enjoying a spectacular sunset and our awareness expands and merges into the colors of the sky itself. Or perhaps while quietly humming a sweet melody, we begin vibrating in complete harmony with our own being. Gazing into the eyes of another we witness eternity. These are the instances where we connect and remember the grandness of life and realize our deepest truth.
My dear friends, we love you so very much. Each one of you is a treasure to us, so special, so amazing that if you were to witness yourself through our eyes you would be driven to tears. The courage it took each and every one of you to come to this school called earth is hard to describe in human language. For a soul to leave it's home in heaven, there is commitment, dedication, a sense of adventure, a desire to learn more about love, and a great love of God.