Posted in Ascension, darkness and light, Inspiration, Mother Earth, transformation

Emergence: two

Hopi Indian Chief White Eagle has recently shared a message about the current world situation. In the light of my recent post ‘Emergence: one’ I felt this was quite relevant, providing further understanding of the coming times:

“This moment that humanity is living through can be considered a door or a hole. The decision to fall into the hole or go through the door is yours.

If you consume information 24 hours a day, with negative energy, constantly nervous, with pessimism, you will fall into this hole.

But if you take the opportunity to look at yourself, to rethink life and death, to take care of yourself and others, you will go through the door.

Take care of your home, take care of your body. Connect with your spiritual home. When you take care of yourself, you take care of others at the same time.

Do not underestimate the spiritual dimension of this crisis. Adopt the perspective of an eagle that sees everything from above with a broader vision.

There is a social demand in this crisis, but also a spiritual demand. The two go hand in hand. Without the social dimension, we fall into fanaticism. Without the spiritual dimension, we fall into pessimism and futility.

You are prepared to go through this crisis.
Grab your toolbox and use all the tools at your disposal. Learn to resist by the example of the Indian and African peoples: we have been and continue to be exterminated. But we never stopped singing, dancing, lighting fires and having joy.

Don’t feel guilty for feeling lucky in these difficult times. Being sad and without energy doesn’t help at all. Resilience is resilience through joy!

You have the right to be strong and positive. You have to maintain a beautiful, cheerful and bright posture.

This has nothing to do with alienation (the ignorance of the world). It is a strategy of resistance.

When we walk in the door, we have a new view of the world because we have faced our fears and difficulties.

This is what you can do now:

  • Serenity in the storm,
  • Keep calm, meditate daily,
  • Make a habit of encountering the sacred every day.

Demonstrate resilience through art, joy, trust and love.”

(Image: “View of Sunrise, as seen from Stonehenge at Summer Solstice” by Andy Reid)

Posted in Soul Integration, spiritual skills and techniques, The Truth of our Being

Being Fulfilled

It is always important to recognise where we are not being an expression of conscious presence in our reality and the way that we act and react.

It is important to recognise where we are being an expression of conscious presence as this allows us to understand, acknowledge and recognise what it is like to be an expression of the divine.

Being an expression of the divine is a natural aspect of our being, something we can achieve without thinking about and yet there is a need to contemplate it, to become familiar with it.

Our purpose is to recognise our truth, power, and wisdom within our being, to bring forward a new way of being.

It is not a new way of being for our soul, but it is a new way of being for our personality.

To describe this new way of being, we can use the word fulfilment.

Accessing, feeling, sensing, acknowledging and experiencing fulfilment is the key.

With every experience we embark upon, every feeling, thought, action and reaction, it is important to acknowledge the energy of fulfilment.

Ask yourself, am I experiencing fulfilment in this moment?

To achieve this, there is a need to contemplate and meditate on what fulfilment would be like for you, within your being, within your reality, within all aspects of your existence upon the Earth.

Posted in Inspiration, spiritual skills and techniques

Conscious Breathing: First Skill for Life

I’ve decided to begin a mini-series of posts which cover the fundamental skills, tools and practices that enable us to move forward as multidimensional beings.

Today, it’s conscious breathing, something most of us use and I hope many children are getting to learn this basic but powerful practice, because it does so much for us and is the backbone of so many spiritual techniques.

Breathing is the only bodily system that can either be consciously or unconsciously operated.  When we focus on our breathing, we can use it to take us into a state of calm, even to a state of altered consciousness that enables our entry into realms beyond everyday reality.  So, when we do this and then call our guides, our soul, soul group, angels, or whichever kind of support we choose, we are open and more receptive because of it.    

The key to conscious breathing is the speed at which we breathe, not the depth or amount of breath we take in.  If we slow our breathing down as much as we can whilst remaining relaxed and comfortable, then we will automatically trigger a natural bodily system that makes us calm and peaceful, even when we are anxious, stressed or emotional.  It’s like having a magic switch.  And we only need do this for a short number of breaths before we experience improved physical body sensations, emotions and thoughts.  Thoughts can be the last and more difficult to achieve but once the body starts to calm down, the mind will soon follow, especially if we back up the breathing with some affirming statements like “I am now existing at the centre of my inner peace”.

I recommend using slow conscious breathing many times a day until your body gets so used to it that it becomes unconscious.   Try a counting technique, breathing in over a count of five seconds, holding the breath for a count of five and breathing out over a count of six seconds.  If that’s too much of a stretch to start, use a lower count that works for you and work up to it.  Do this little and often throughout the day to keep your body and mind calm and relaxed.  Use it in the evenings to ease yourself into a sleep-state.  Just a few rounds of this kind of breathing at a time will make the world of difference.  I have known people using this technique to find it a real blessing, making a difference in their ability to cope with pain, whether emotional or physical, over-thinking and worry, anxiety and depression, the list goes on.  People say it empowers them.  Try it and see what it does for you.     

Conscious breathing is easily coupled with visualisation, prayer, activations, invocation, healing and shamanic journeying, to name but a few methods of expanding our energy whilst receiving and sending love and light.  It’s a personal tool for improved wellbeing as well as the first fundamental skill of the spiritual warrior, lightworker, healer and all who are on their soul journey.        

Posted in Inspiration

Finding Peace, Simplicity and Truth

Today, I called on my shadow self again and asked if there was anything ready to transmute.  What came forward was the energy of deceit, all the times I was not honest or truthful.  I grew up in a family where hiding the truth was a form of survival.  There are many times throughout life where I have been dishonest or held back my truth with impunity.  That changed a while ago and today I was ready to place all my deceits into the vortex of change where they transformed into a little bluebird that flew into my heart, bringing unconditional love.

Then, I called on Archangel Michael and he bathed my energies in his beautiful blue and white light.  His light brought forth the truth of my being and shimmered with simplicity and peace, for truth is simple and peaceful.  To sit with that energy coursing through my being was a reset bringing me back to balance. 

Our truth is the part of ourselves that holds wisdom, intuition, guidance and enlightenment.  When we sit with the energy, it leads us to a space of peace, and in that space of peace, we find our truth.  Nothing could be more simple.  How perfect to make a space every day, knowing how easy it is to sit for a moment in the blue and white light of Archangel Michael, who is present the moment we ask, feeling the peace and letting it unfold the truth of our being.  To start by acknowledging the simplicity of the moment is a gift in itself.  It makes me realise just how complicated I make everything and it doesn’t have to be.  So, I sit in simplicity and connect with my truth by holding the intention of connecting with my truth.  I don’t engage mentally with this process, to do so is to influence it with my perspective and desires.  With no expectations, I let go and allow it to flow.  In doing so, the vibration of peace naturally unfolds until it is pulsating through my entire being.  Peace energises and refuels me and I rest here.  I remember that these vibrations of peace are constantly with me.

It’s become more difficult to remain in balance these days as old wounds, emotions, thoughts, belief processes and systems are activated in order to be released.  By recognising the energies of simplicity, peace and truth, I am returning to balance, so important right now.