Thank you for that lesson yesterday. It gave me the wherewithal to pull out of a workshop I didn’t feel comfortable about. My bodily barometer felt heavy and negative about the prospect of attending (online) – so I heard the message. And, trusting that ‘holy are we’, I assumed that everyone else attending the workshop was there for their best interests, and that I didn’t need to ‘feel bad’ or get involved in judgment. As it was, my excusing myself two hours in advance seemingly precipitated two (of the other five) excusing themselves too.
I should add that what really finally made me decide to ditch the workshop was actually my 20yo daughter who looked me squarely and lovingly in the eyes and said, “There’s no point in taking part in something that’s going to perpetuate a false narrative of your worth. Mum, you’re better than that workshop.” These young beings… Oh, my wondrous daughters… You were right yesterday about Source evolving through us. These next generations are Human 2.0… They are born with new knowledge and such beautiful, immaculate qualities of compassion, justice and truth. They resonate with the phrase ‘Holy Are We’ so clearly.
Shall we go in?
Beautiful chapter; beautiful meditation.
M-16.1. To the advanced teacher of God this question is meaningless. 2 There is no program, for the lessons change each day. 3 Yet the teacher of God is sure of but one thing; they do not change at random. 4 Seeing this and understanding that it is true, he rests content. 5 He will be told all that his role should be, this day and every day. 6 And those who share that role with him will find him, so they can learn the lessons for the day together. 7 Not one is absent whom he needs; not one is sent without a learning goal already set, and one which can be learned that very day. 8 For the advanced teacher of God, then, this question is superfluous. 9 It has been asked and answered, and he keeps in constant contact with the Answer. 10 He is set, and sees the road on which he walks stretch surely and smoothly before him.
It’s like these DoDs are me capturing my daily lesson. And look, this chapter even uses the phrase ‘quiet time’ which is the phrase I use for this time (MyQT):
M-16.4.7 Perhaps the one generalization that can be made is this; as soon as possible after waking take your quiet time, continuing a minute or two after you begin to find it difficult. 8 You may find that the difficulty will diminish and drop away. 9 If not, that is the time to stop. M-16.5. The same procedures should be followed at night. 2 Perhaps your quiet time should be fairly early in the evening, if it is not feasible for you to take it just before going to sleep.
I like the concept of keeping ‘in constant contact with the Answer’. This chapter talks about ‘giving the day to God’ and there being ‘no substitution for the Will of God’. Can I ask? Here, can we see God and the Will of God to being akin to what Abraham calls the Inner Being. Or Source? How to re-translate this to our newer understandings of God?
Source is God, or Infinite Intelligence, or Source Energy, or Love’s Origin, or Creative Force. Your Inner Being is the part of you which is still resting in that original Source frequency. It is the part that ‘stayed behind’ when you came to the physical plane, and yet, because it therefore it is not bound by the rules of physicality, it also came with you!
So aligning with your Inner Being is your fastest, purest, unique route to aligning with Source. The Will of God is simply ‘the path of least resistance’. So, yes, keeping in constant contact with your Inner Being (by finding what feels good and satisfying and relieving) is your best way of knowing what is ‘the Will of God’ for you in that holy instant.
Lovely. Awesome. Beautiful. I heard Abraham talking about aligning with Source Energy and how it felt to her like what spiritualists call ‘swooning’. Can you tell me about my body – this high-tech barometer – and the physical sensations around raising one’s vibration to align with our Inner Being or with Source?
Sure thing. Relax! That’s it. Just relax a little. As you reduce resistance (aka effort) your cork floats. So chill out. Just take the foot off the accelerator. Float about. Day dream around a bit. Live in flow. Put a hippy skirt on and feel it float. Whenever you feel yourself pushing, forcing or achieverising, relax, flow, float. Take the pressure off. Might that feel like swooning? Fine! Good on ya’. For someone who has been running a marathon, standing still might feel like fainting. That’s fine. It won’t after a while. It’ll all feel normal. The same with you. Cease the push, adjust to the sensation of standing still, and ground your sweet self there. Like a tree.
So, welcome the swoon?
Welcome the swoon of relaxation, and breathe it out, and dance it out, and lie on the grass and welcome the bright, brilliant vibration that nature lives in every day. Aligning with nature – which goes so slowly it will feel like swooning to you – is the fastest way to learn how to cease resistance. Go and garden. Learn to swoon from the flowers. Swoon with nature.
Epic and beautiful. Thank you. I will do this lovely thing today. Swoon with nature. Love it.
I am swooning with nature