Friday, June 3, 2011

How do we maintain our inner connection to what’s important when the outer physical world is shifting?

Question: How do we maintain our inner connection to what’s important when the outer physical world is shifting?

Answer: Do what you are doing tonight.  Consciously and regularly connect to Spirit.  Do it daily if possible — maybe twice or more a day if you feel unsettled.

Connecting as you are in your little group is even more powerful because you bring in much more energy as a group.

The group magnifies and amplifies your own connection and helps to open new pathways.

The more you practice this, the better you get.  As you are able to be calm when others are unsettled, you provide an example for them.

You can share what you are leaning with others who are interested so that they too may make their own connection to Spirit and help themselves.  They, then, will tell others and the circles continue to ripple and expand like dropping a stone into a clear pond of water.  [I could “see” the clear pond, then the ripples as I got those words.]

You all have so very much power that you are barely tapping into as yet.
Use your balanced place to help lighten up the world around you with love and laughter as much as you can.

Do what you can, where you can.  [I’ve gotten this phrase many times over the past 20 years.] 

Be gentle with yourselves and gentle with others as much as you can.  Everyone who is unsettled will need all the extra support that you can give.

When things get lost, turn it into a game of “hide and seek” instead of getting angry or blaming yourself or blaming others.  Try to have fun with calling your lost items back to you.

Imagine your many parallels and possible paths coalescing into the best possible options for you and others.

Call on your spirit guides and your power animals to assist you during these times of change.  Allow them to share their power with you.  

Consciously, feel gratitude for all that supports you in the physical world.  Bless everyone and everything all around you every day.

Bless the sun.  Bless the air.  Bless the ground and the Earth.  Bless the warmth.  Bless the wind. Bless the birds and the trees and the animals and the oceans and the rivers.

Consciously, take time to marvel at the magnificent systems and structures you have built on your planet.  And, know that all you have built is temporary.  It will all change and evolve.  See it as just what it is today and let it become what it will become in the future. 

Know in your heart and in your soul that you are eternal.  Everything else is temporary and an illusion created to play the game of the physical universe.
In a few years, many of what you think is “permanent” will be gone and replaced by something much different and much better.

See your surroundings from that perspective and bless them for what they are and for all that they have given you.  Then, release them to something else that has not yet been created. 

Remember, no matter what the outer world looks like, all is well, always.  You are so much more than the physical body and presence in the physical world.  The Physical Plane is like a giant movie set — that can be dismantled, moved, changed, torn down, painted, re-painted, fixed up or completely re-created as the next script requires.

See it from a place of fun and laughter and the sheer joy of creating and everything will shift in your own perspective.

[About that point, time was called.  I was writing as fast as I could the whole time and it probably could have written much more.  My hand was getting tired so I just stopped.  This went almost 3 pages handwritten, probably the longest I’ve gotten yet.]

After that as people were sharing their experience I got a title “Listening to Spirit” — maybe a blog, a book and/or a collection of some type with the answers that come to us from the group that would be more public than just our little group.  Something to ponder.  
About this blog: “Why are we here?”

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