Greetings and blessings to my spiritual family, it is always such a pleasure to create this opportunity to share ideas and energy with you and your world. As the sun reaches its position of prominence in the Northern Hemisphere and we fly toward the galactic center (the origin of our solar system's beginning patterns) whirling ourselves through light, photon energy, and some of the most potent antimatter there is in existence many are either finding themselves feeling magnificent or feeling unwell.
During times when you find yourself on hold in any part of your life, why not give up the idea of being "stuck"? An attitude that would serve your spirit better would be one of curiosity; a healthier questing thru that which is limiting instead of fitful fear that you will not get to your desired next expression. We are living in time streams that support the flow of sacred, energetic, magnificent Divine vibrations. You will never be stuck again, EVER! You might be on hold, but you will never be stuck.
There is no rest for the weary on Planet Earth after yesterday's portal passing. For if you remember, last week I forewarned about the high-minded, experimental, intuitive and universally-aware Divine energy headed our way during the last half of October that will be amplifying our spiritual qualities of creatorship and power.
Yesterday across our country it was Martin Luther King, Jr. day. It is also the birthday of Benjamin Franklin (1706), American printer, journalist, inventor, philosopher, philanthropist, diplomat, and author. While our hearts and minds are appreciatively focused on the power of holding to our ideals I suggest we take a conscious few minutes today to merge with the energy (consciousness) of these men as we place a new President in office.
If you are not able to will, visualize, or instantly create the outer reality you might want, start celebrating instead of fretting because it probably means there is something bigger and better in store for you - something larger than your ego's desires and more fulfilling than even your biggest, broadest vision.
I am often reminded how teaching provides insights and deeper understandings, and perhaps that is why I have such a passion for it. This week one of my classes read the chapter on immortality from The Science of Mind text and we discussed its values and meanings during class. A valuable insight for me came the day after the material began to sink in (perhaps it happens that way for you too from time to time).
So here we are at the last day of our Thanksgiving month, moving graciously towards a season of light and giving. It is my hope that none of us will forget how precious gratitude is. In times of discontentment we sometimes walk through life complacently accepting that "this is the way things are."
The path of the forgotten master is well-worn because it has been walked upon many times. It is an inviting and appealing path, one that seems to say, "Enter me and you will discover you". What could be better? But it also says, "Discover you and you will enter me", which is one of the most forgotten, overlooked and misquoted spiritual truths of all time.
In our Science of Mind studies we are reminded over and over again of the power of the "yes factor". The word "yes" is like a mirror of the universe. The way it works is that all of our thoughts and beliefs are brought into our experience, because the universe always says "yes" to them.
Every so often, the Universe stops harassing earthlings and suddenly becomes a caring big brother or sister - looking out for your welfare. Now is such a time. The energies of the week bring in a sense of "knowing where I'm going" and what "I" need to release to get there. This is a week for you to experience being centered and balanced within yourself while things externally can appear disturbing.