“Our reaction to climate change is evidence of our resolve to remain in ignorance. Scientific data is ignored and devalued. Advances made by those who are fighting for change are scoffed at and interfered with by foolish, greedy adversaries who are selfishly committed to their own pocketbooks. Young people who are begging adults to take action are openly mocked and shamed rather than applauded for their courage and commitment to the planet. We are in serious trouble here and we need all the help we can get.”
Rest your eyes and listen with the ears of your heart…
“As I rested in the silence, my heart was full. I felt accompanied. The feeling was real, yet inexplicable. I simply knew I was not alone. It was comforting and reassuring to be in this place of safety. Curiosity made an appearance, but it didn’t stay long, for it seemed to understand that it was not needed. The mind that has a mind of its own also made a brief visit, but it too quickly recognized its presence was not required. As the silence deepened, I became less aware of my surroundings. Part of me seemed rooted in my Sacred Space. I could feel the favorite chair beneath me, and yet, another part of me seemed to be elsewhere. I was acutely aware of this sense of bi-location. I was in my home and I was somewhere else in a place that seemed familiar, yet unidentifiable. And I felt completely at ease with this unusual experience because I knew I was not alone and that my companions, whoever they were, were watching over me. The sensation was fascinating. I wondered if I should be afraid, but fear was nowhere to be found. I wondered if I should be cautious, but no signs of disruption warranted such a reaction. I simply was at ease with myself, with my surroundings and with my companions. It was a remarkable state of serenity. I was at peace.”
Dear Ones, I am so grateful for everything that is happening around me. I am alive with your energy and the insights that you are bringing forward. Gratitude abounds! I so hope you can feel the sincerity within me. I am stunned by the amount of information coming forward and also grateful for the companionship of dear friends during this moment of expansion. Please help me to see, hear, and feel everything that I am intended to receive. Allow me to be your humble assistant, please. Help me to be a servant of All That Is for All That Is, and if I miss one of your messages, which probably happens more frequently than I am aware, please nudge me. Get my attention, so that I may serve, as you desire me to do. Thank you, my Dear Friends, for everything you do for everyone. In peace be!
“Let me share one more thought with you about believing the unbelievable. There are times when we encounter something or someone that is so remarkably unique and confounding that it seems too amazing to be true; and yet, we know from deeply within that we have experienced a truth unfolding before us. We willingly choose to believe this unbelievable truth because we know that we must. To deny it would be a betrayal of self and of the truth that revealed itself to us.”
“I have many doubts about the unbelievable, because that’s just the way people are. It’s humankind’s nature to want proof…to demand proof…as if life cannot exist without it. I suspect this is related to our fears of the unknown and/or our fears of not having control over every aspect of our lives. I think it’s sad actually. In our incessant need to have proof about everything, I’m afraid we have slammed the door on many possibilities. We seem unwilling to give the unbelievable the benefit of a doubt, which is most unfortunate, since it is through our doubting behavior that we learn more about the unusual and unbelievable unknowns. It’s true that our doubts sometimes confuse us. They get in the way and dissuade us from what we actually know. But more often then not, I believe our doubts help us to clarify our understanding of a particular situation so that we can discern what we really know. This process enables us to feel more confident about what we believe and what we are willing to accept.”
“The glee demonstrated by our mysterious friend gave me a glimpse of what being invisible must be like. I felt for him. And I also felt for all those visible beings on our planet that are also not seen, not noticed. My thoughts took me to many places. What must it be like to exist, but not be seen? Plants and wildlife that are taken for granted! Sea creatures that are rarely noticed except on our dinner plates! Insects that are crushed beneath our feet without concern or remorse! And what of our own kind? Those who are marginalized in all the insidious ways in which this is done and ultimately treated as if they do not exist! What of those invisible ones?
“My dear friend, your heart bleeds for the unseen. I am grateful that you mourn this most unfortunate circumstance, for it is most unpleasant to live as if you do not exist. Sadly, most who offend in this way are completely unaware of their offense. Their lack of awareness for others with whom they co-exist is one of the significant problems occurring on this beautiful planet. Suffice it to say, all life beings prefer to be noticed and respected.”
Audio Version for those who prefer to close their eyes and listen with the ears of the heart.
“In due course, my thoughts stopped invading my silence and I fell silent. I simply was. Where I was, I did not know, nor did it matter. I simply was.
With each breath that I took, I felt another’s breath aside me until eventually the breath aside me was within me, and I was One with the breath of the other. We breathed together. We existed together. We were One with the Other… and yet, there was more. And we were One with the More as well. I was. We were. And we all were One. Greater peace have I never experienced. Time escaped me, as I existed in the existence of Oneness.”
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