My dear friends, we love you so very much. So many of you have been taught that to worry is to care, to obsess over things is to be 'responsible,' to save and fix others is a display of compassion, and yet, there are higher ways to care, more truthful ways to be responsible, and ultimately more loving ways to show compassion. When you worry, you are simply spinning your wheels and projecting negative energy out into the universe.
Will you, once and for all, stop worrying? You over-worry. Any worry
is too much. Worry is pointless. It takes your energy and gives nothing
back in return but more of itself. Make a better bargain than this.
My channel has found yet
another way for me to communicate with you
directly, a good reason to celebrate. There are many moments
celebrating, especially when there are fewer
demands or limits on experiences. Like a wounded
animal or a man who limps, humanity favors time worn clichés
such as, 'it could be worse' instead of a lighter 'it is
sufficient' or 'it is an
Today, we will eliminate any feelings of anxiety that you may have stored in your body.
In your mind's eye, see yourself walking out in the middle of a field. Green grass is under your feet and beautiful flowers spring up here and there around you. The sun is shining gently and all is right with the world.
Each and everyday you are given pebbles
of worry. Whether real or illusionary they land in your body as solid granules
of confusion and pain. They sit heavy and you feel less buoyant and denser.
Everyday you go forth and you collect more of these pebbles of worry and
My dear friends, we love you so very much. As you move forward throughout your days, release your worries to God! So many of you carry so many burdens within your hearts that are not really yours to carry. So many of you worry about the actions, choices, and situations that others find themselves within and yet each soul, dear ones, must learn the lessons they have set out to learn.
Beloveds, you do not have to regret the past. Regret is the same as
worry, except it applies to the past. Nor do you need to worry for the
future. Nor do you need to worry in the present. There is no need for
worry whatsoever. But how engrained the idea of worry has become!
Perhaps you have considered it a requirement, a staple, a loyal
What recourse do you have but to let go of worry? To keep even a little of worry is too much.
Worry comes from a sense of lack. Future lack. Maybe you have food
in the fridge now, but what about next week? Maybe you have a good life
now, but what about in ten years? What about accidents and all the
other things that could happen, do happen, might have already happened?