Beautiful post with the mysteries of life defined simply in one post. It has taken me a lifetime to learn these truths, yet, I am forever grateful for the lessons that have brought me to this day. The clarion call has been ringing and it is time for me to answer. It is time for me to step into my power. Read this post to hear your heart…
The Magic of Life
It is so simple as it lives within us. It is hard to fathom that the keys are within us to create magic, kingdoms, a new world for us all to live in harmony with one another filled with love, peace, and abundance. And yet it is true. The time for us all to awaken to this truth intimately is fast approaching! Exciting times ahead! Read and reread this truth.
Know it. Feel it. Live it. Share it.
The Wisdom of The Council: The Master’s Game of Life
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Archangel Michael: The Focus
Dear Ones! I AM Archangel Michael! Today I want to bring you a very interesting topic: focus. What is to focus on something? Literally speaking it is…Archangel Michael: The Focus
You Are Infinite, You Are A Bridge
You Are Infinite, You Are A Bridge
— Read on elizagaye.wordpress.com/2018/12/14/you-are-infinite-you-are-a-bridge/
To My Own Self Be True
In today’s world of political correctness, censorship, cancel culture, and critical theory, I have decided it is more important than ever to be true to myself. It is important to stop listening to the outside world and to begin listening to our inner self otherwise known as our soul. We each have an inner knowing, an inner guidance system, our God given inner voice, our intuition, that will steer us in the divine right direction… if we but only listen. Our egos are loud and demanding. Our inner guidance is quiet giving us nudges. I cover the ego more in the post Return to the Awareness of All that You Are.
I have been told since I am a white female that I am systemically racist. However, that is not my truth and I reject that premise. Systemic is defined as relating to or noting a policy, practice, or set of beliefs that has been established as normative or customary throughout a political, social, or economic system. Racist is defined as the doctrine that one’s own racial group is superior or that a particular racial group is inferior to the others. I do not believe any race is superior to any other race. I do not belief any group of people are superior to any other group of people regardless of if you have a royal highness in your name or wear a white priest collar on your neck. I am created in and of God’s own image. We are each created in and of God’s own image. We are divine sovereign beings in our own right. No political, social, or economic system can take our divine sovereignty away from us. That is not to say it has not been tried throughout history to people of different color, religion, sexual orientation, sex, age, and the list goes on. These individuals operate from a “service to self” premise that is directly fed from their ego. For those of us on the spiritual path, the constant challenge is to rise above the ego’s directive to seduce us into submission of a false sense of self.
As I go through my life, I do not stop to consider someone’s race before I open the door for them. I open the door for another out of kindness and care for my fellow human. Systemic racism is a false premise that has been thrust upon us by those who justify their means because of the end result. I remember in my college ethics course discussing this in length: Does the end justify the means OR do the means justify the end? Everyone in the class participated in this debate since there are so many ways to look the question. Ultimately, the question is does the consequence justify the action. Many believe the action is justified to obtain the desired result; however, they fail to recognize everyone’s free will along with their God given inalienable rights by the creator. When someone is censored because their beliefs do not align with the end result that is suppression. Attacking someone to pressure them into agreement is not only unlawful in our country but directly goes against the universal law of free will. Yet, insults, fear, and violence are being used consistently in our world today to silence any opposition while forcing acceptance.
Is this type of behavior love in action? Does this treatment of our fellow man/woman honor them? Is it okay to put others down to lift others up? If our actions do not bear the fruits of compassion, understanding, acceptance and love, then they are not divinely inspired actions.
Fact checkers have become a given in our current times – yet, what is a fact? What is truth? Unless an individual is present as an eye witness their testimony in court is considered an opinion or hearsay. Basically, opinion narratives have taken over “news” in this country. The true facts are not known unless there is an eyewitness willing to put his/her name on the story. Any “sources” other than a person’s name is just that hearsay, opinion, not fact. The so-called fact checkers are being paid by sources who want their opinion narrative validated – that does not make it a true fact. Consequently, false narratives abound in our society today.
Divine truth cannot and will not come from a false premise. Ever.
How do we separate the divine truth from the false prophets? I believe we must go back to our inner knowing. It is that gut instinct we all have that sometimes gives us a sick feeling that we know the truth even when we do not want to face the truth. The more time and practice we spend with our inner knowing the stronger our relationship with our divine guidance system becomes. We begin to care more about our own truth and less about other’s truth. When I am true to my own self, I care less about what others may say or believe about me. It reminds me of a light that burns brighter and stronger from within me. This light fills me up to bursting so that I want to share it with others around me. We are each here to walk our own path, to shine our own light. We can only do this if we stay true to ourselves.
I believe when we stay true to ourselves then we come to know, love, and serve one another as divinely designed by our creator. Dr. Martin Luther King always led by example by leading with love for one another. He knew we could not achieve the end result of loving one another through violent means. Those two actions are simply not compatible – not then, not now, not ever. As hard as it is at times, we must love each other into acceptance.
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” ~ Mark 12:30-31
For humanity to move into 5D consciousness, we must love one another enough to allow each to walk his/her path to truth. “Do no harm” comes to mind as I think about our ascension. I choose to believe each is acting on what they believe is best for our world. Whether they fall on the side of right or wrong, it is not for us to judge. We can show others the path to the light by being loving living examples of divine unity ourselves. When people know better, they do better. Let us be united in love to show others better!
In December 2020, we will all be experiencing a shift in consciousness as we examine our own divine truths. This month we have the 12:12 gateway, the solar eclipse on the 14th, and the solstice on the 21st. From 12/12/2020 through 12/21/2020, we are at a powerful choice point for ourselves. We can choose paradise on new earth as we co-create with God our lives as I discussed in Will You Answer Prayer in Me and Me in You? If you are interested in more information about the astrological events taking place this month which have not happened in centuries check out the Sagittarius Solar Eclipse by Tania Gabrielle.
Remember, to have patience with yourself and with others as we all gain deeper understanding about ourselves and our world. Remember to stay present, to observe, to go within, to be open to what may come your way. Most importantly, let us remember to show love in action by caring for one another during this special magical time of year!
Happy December 2020
I wanted to share this excellent message for our times. Please give yourself the gift of listening to this message to uplift and transform yourself as well as our world. Namaste 🙏🏻
From Melanie Beckler, a message from Archangel Gabriel: https://youtu.be/VMn20ROsbX8
The Council of Light: Be Invincible
Dear One, Do whatever you can think of to keep your vibe high. This includes anything that makes your heart sing open and your entire body rejoice. …The Council of Light: Be Invincible
Foremost is Gratitude
Do not grow weary,
Do not be afraid,
For I AM with you,
Keep the faith, Hold the light,
All shall be revealed in divine time,
Rejoice and be glad,
In thanksgiving through gracious gratitude,
For our highest good and our highest truth,
Hold the light for all,
For thy will be done,
The Light at the End of the Tunnel
Through a recent conversation with a friend, I realized for many, this time could be difficult not just with the stress of the virus or the world but also looking within ourselves. Working on myself is a path I deliberately committed to back in 2016. I was driven to find my purpose in life, to explore my spiritual callings, and to actualize my potential. I have been on this path for four years learning and exploring my inner self, my outer self, my higher self. For many, this is not a personal passion or even a comfortable subject to discuss. Some have been there before but are now distant. Some are working on it. Others do not even want to discuss it.
I believe, as many others do, this time is a divine purposeful gift to all of humanity. The year 2020 is literally written in the stars or astrology that is 😊. This is the year for humanity to begin to awaken if they have not. Thus, the forced journey inward during this chaotic year with most of it being spent at home … for everyone. For many this means shadow work and possibly facing their dark night of the soul on top of whatever else each is facing in their life at this time.
I feel I went through my dark night of the soul between 2009 to 2014. During that time, several things came crashing down on me. Pretty much every area of my life bottomed out: home life, married life, work life, family life, financial life. Most of those days it was a struggle to get out of bed, take care of the kids, and try to keep it together. At the time I worked as a church administrator, so I renewed my faith in church and clung to the scriptures getting me through the difficult times. I was not comfortable sharing my struggles with family or friends, so it was also a very lonely time for me with me wondering many times should I go on. My two boys were the reason I kept getting up in the morning.
I made it through those dark times with help. I renewed my prayer life and started actively reading the daily scriptures. I broke down in my doctor’s office leading her to give me the name of a good therapist and putting me on Prozac to help me with the stress of processing my life. I took the Prozac and called the therapist. With time, prayer, and my therapist, I was able to begin putting my life back together. By 2015, I was able to stop the Prozac along with my therapist. The smartest thing I did was get myself some help. We all need help sometimes. We are human. It is okay to ask for help in your life.
Through my dark night of the soul I felt like I was being finely tempered like a metal blade in the fire. I learned firsthand about temperance, judgement, patience, and prudence in my life. I am very conscious of my choices and decisions in my life now. I am very cautious about the things I might wish for because I learned firsthand the grass is not always greener and you might just get what you wished for along with all of its trappings. I have a broader perspective on life now. I have learned not to let what is happening in the “now” define me. Five years of despair in a life of eighty plus years is not much at all when you think about it. I am who I am today because of all I went through and for that I am eternally grateful.
When I think about this time in my life, I think of the song Gracefully Broken by Matt Redman. It is beautiful and a great reminder that we are all human and all broken.
Fast forward to 2020, four years of intentionally living as co-creator of my life I am happier than ever. My life has truly transformed because I learned to understand the me – we relationship with spirit or divine source. I learned to love myself. I learned to talk to my inner child. I am intentionally co-creating with my higher self. However, these transformations did not just come to me. I had to do the work, the education, and the practice. As I have said before, if only our education system was designed to truly teach us about our humanness, the physical world, and the non-physical world, we would be so much farther ahead in our lives. Maybe one day I can make a difference in this area. I would love to create a “life” class for all four years of high school.
While we are here in physical form in a physical reality, we are still directly connected to the non-physical realm. Our task is to remember this and to learn to partner with the non-physical to live a fully actualized human experience. We each have a soul, an inner knowing, a higher self that is a part of our being. We each have an angel team and spirit guides assigned to assist us through this human life. These are all available for us – if we but merely only ask for their assistance. Remember, you are love, you are light, you are spirit incarnate!
As we move into the winter here in the states, I am noticing the seasons much more since moving to the country. Each season has its purpose. Fall is winding down here. The fields are brown, raked clean from the harvest. The days are getting shorter with more darkness than light now. Winter is coming. Winter is the time for rest, renewal, rejuvenation, and hibernation. Mother nature is purposeful in it being cold and dark for us to retreat inside. As winter, comes to a close, the days will get longer with more light as we come out to begin anew. We plant in the spring our new life. The tractors roll in the fields planting the corn. Next comes Summer when the corn grows fast and tall, strong, and plentiful. We enjoy the long days of light playing in the sunshine. Soon enough Fall will come back around for us to harvest the seeds we planted in the spring, to take stock of our bounty, and to prepare for our winter’s retreat.
This yearly cycle of the seasons closely resembles our cycles through life. During the dark times, remember to look for the blessing in any burden. Give thanks throughout all of life, not for just the joyous occasions. Give thanks for the often overlooked but gifts none the less such as clean water, hot water, blooming flowers, buzzing bees, and a child’s laughter. When I wake up now, I give thanks for the beautiful new day, my bed, my blankets, and I keep looking around and giving thanks for all I see. It really will set the tone for the day – a miraculous day!
So, if you have not already, I encourage you to do the work to go within, to reconnect with your spirit. Now is the time. Now is the gift. As you stay at home and hibernate through the winter, take the time to renew your spirit. No one can do it for you. Each of us must walk our own path to find our own truth in our own time. You will find greater happiness along the way. When we live with purpose, we become fulfilled, in essence, our cup over floweth to shine our light for others. My journey is chronicled in this blog to share with others in the hopes we all return to the awareness of all that we are – one with each other, one in divine source, God.
Another wonderful song for us to end on: You Are Love by Laura Story.