I am reading Jane Robert's book, Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul and came across Seth's description of the soul. Amazing!
"The soul can be described . . . as a multidimensional, infinite act, each minute probability being brought somewhere into actuality and existence; an infinite creative act that creates for itself infinite dimensions in which fulfillment is possible." (pg. 226)
We had a great time.
Great group. Great work. Awesome insights. A lot of fun for me. Looking forward to the next one . . . don't know just yet when that will be.
A lot of times things are hard and there is nothing to do but do the hard thing.
Once in a while I get a client who wants to do something, expand an aspect of their life, expand a business maybe, and they're struggling. When they come to me they believe that I will find the cure, and suddenly things will become easy for them.
Many times, we are stalled out because of a deeper issue and once that issue is identified and addressed, there is energy to move on. But many times, there is no deeper issue; the thing you need to do is just a difficult thing to do.
In that situation, you can make things easier and more comfortable, but there is no way getting around the fact that it's a hard thing you have to do, and the easiest way to proceed is to start doing it--a little at a time. Doing it in small bits makes it easier. Figuring out some ancillary comforts around the project, will help.
Many times it's hard because there are skills one needs to learn, and now is the time to learn them. Sometimes it's a simple matter (though actually quite challenging in the doing of it), of learning discipline. In order to come into fuller self expression we always have to become more discipline, more focuse
In any case not every hard thing has a root cause in pathology. It's just one of the many things in life we have to do that's difficult and not so fun. So, get going, get stronger, and move toward your success and fulfillment; take the challenge and blossom into a magnificent, strong, expressive new you.
It's a great world we live in, quite a distance from our Puritan ancestors and that does not mean we get to do bad things, bad things being: lying, stealing, cheating, engaging in greed, hatred, ill will, etc., and expecting to have good results, a happy life.
People, not too many I am glad to say, come for readings wanting this solution: they're engaged in some nasty activity and they want me to tell them how they can feel good about it. And actually get angry when I can't.
Stop doing the bad thing, and you'll feel good!
Years ago I read some books by Dr. Laura Schlessinger and on her radio show she was constantly having to deal with these people. Her attitude was one of rage and incredulity. And I feel the same.
How did it come to pass that we believe we have the right to do nasty stuff and have good things come out of it?
Where is conscience? Where is God? Let alone some basic respect for people, life, ourselves?
Bottom line, this is the equation: you do bad things, you get bad things. And the only way bad things stop happening to you, the turmoil goes away, is when you stop doing the bad things. And no one can do the stopping for you--not even a psychic--you have to do it yourself.
Usually when the pain and suffering and confusion become unbearable is when the person begins to contemplate that maybe some change needs to happen within them, but often not even then.
I have a friend who works as a volunteer at a woman's clinic for cancer patients. She works with a healing modality. Her conclusion, after years of work with these women: Even though they are dying, they are filled with hatred and refuse to acknowledge that any of their hatred has anything to do with anything about them--in their eyes they've done nothing wrong; it's the other people.
Yes, people would rather die than change.
You get to choose.
Life becomes a lot easier when you start thinking of yourself as the generator of a lot that happens to you. Not only can things change then, but you start to experience the joy of creating ever-more wonderful experiences.
Choose the good stuff. You'll have to eventually, anyway, if not in this life, then in another. Why wait?
The other day I had a call from a young woman who wanted a half-hour reading. She had just one question. She wanted to know if I do predictions. She said she had talked to another psychic who had told her there are only probabilities, and she wanted to know if I could actually tell the future.
I told her the same thing the other psychic did: there are only probabilities. We all have free will, and at any moment any of the players can change their mind, and the whole thing is taken in another direction.
Besides that, there are other aspects about the nature of reality that make foretelling the future a moot thing, one is that time and space are one, so there is no past, present and future. Those are experienced only in our particular reality. And our reality here is not the only one; there are probable realities. The choice we do not make here, we make and experience in a probable reality.
She then said, but there is destiny--as if something is preordained, fated. I told her there was not.
What this translates into is that we all come here to the earth plane with certain goals and objectives, things we want to learn. Some people come with very specific goals, others more general. We may or may not fulfill our objectives.
She said thank you, and went on to look for a psychic who would tell her the future. Not a good idea to invest your being in a psychic. The best-known psychics are constantly making wrong predictions about the most important of things, so just that should tell you first of all that psychics could be wrong and second that things change. Nothing's written in stone.
Don't look for predictions, look to grow, look to discover your soul power. Take from a psychic, including myself, only that which sounds true, forget the rest. Even the best psychic is human, interprets information she perceives in her own way according to her own world view, knowledge and level of consciousnesses. In the end, you should always be the one that says yes or no, no one else.
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Sometimes when we need to make decisions it's about sitting and listening, not action.
Sitting and listening we connect to our divine self. We acknowledge its guidance. We become the divine human: taking action in the physical world, but moved from the spiritual world.
For us, in the West, it is hard to sit , i.e., do nothing--or so it would appear. We're so accustomed to doing as a way to get things done, that sitting is very hard. We become agitated, impatient, demanding.
Yet, it's in this sitting that we grow in our spiritual power. We become capable to tremendous action on the earth plane, action that has power of soul. Next to that activity, action from the human personality, purely in the physical world, is child's play.
Sometimes we want soul answers, but aren't willing to develop our soul power by making the effort to do what's needed to make it happen, and the first effort is to be able to sit patiently until our inner divinity moves us into action.