Midnight snacks and bread are a curse to me … a curse I’ve embraced …. and left … and embraced … and left … it keeps coming to me, calling my name at midnight.
I’m sure you have heard this phrase before.
We may sit in our car and swear about the traffic, or someone who cut us off, or pulled out in front of us.
We may smile sweetly, all the while cussing someone in our mind.
Thinking before speaking for many comes fairly easy, because the ability to separate ‘thought’ from spoken ‘word’ is present.
The world as we know it is changing rapidly.
As the light permeates this planet, and our bodies and mind, the vibration at which our cellular structure moves increases. Thoughts become clearer as emotional wounds rise up and are cleared.
Triggers are coming up in minds, emotional outbursts occur and attempts to dissolve that which controls us mentally is happening “controlling our emotions rather than being controlled by them” … Some people will not do the inner work necessary to release, they will rage, and fade away.
Many people believe that their prayers are heard, by God, by Jesus, by any number of deities, the angels, guides and guardians.
What is difficult to wrap the mind around is that many are actually listening … MANY. Telepathic people who know how to manipulate energy, are able to astral travel at will … Galactics, who, believe it or not live among us and have incredible access to minds, Hybrids, genetically modified to contain dna from two or more life forms. All here among us now, and for some time I might add.
They are ‘forced’ to listen to our uncontrolled bouts of anger and selfishness … being the telepathic beings they are. (I’ve come to realize it is no wonder we seem like the “little” ones, like ignorant babies).
Imagine being able to hear the thoughts of everyone you encounter. Imagine listening to them cuss this person, or another. Imagine listening to their self pity and selfishness and greed. Imagine hearing the perverted and evil intentions as they eye you, or another. Thoughts of doing wrong, which many don’t, but the desire is there in their character, and you’ve been alerted to their intention.
This exposed way of being is coming to the people soon, the New World is being birthed as we live in these days.
Back to thinking before speaking … the easy part.
What’s coming is the need to think before thinking. How do you do that you ask? Well, you don’t. The way one thinks needs to be reformatted. Nothing is hidden from the higher intelligences, and soon, no thing will be hidden from us … we’ll hear it all.
You see people, more and more, who walk along seemingly having conversations with the air. Certainly drugs and alcohol are often in play. “Normal” people talk smack about them, may even be saying they got what they deserved … lock them away, looking at them as tho they are insignificant, non-contributors to the goodness of the whole, a waste.
The trouble with this is, substances weaken the energetic fields of the body, making them vulnerable to those in telepathy land … their thoughts are heard, as they hear … their astral bodies, being in a weakened state, are susceptible to attachments, leeching, and energy bleeding. Physical symptoms accompany this … when hearing, they’ll appear crazy, and believe they are, especially when doctors say so.
Mind you … and please remember this … just as their are various thinkers and doers in humanity, it is also so in the unseen … only more variety if you can grasp that idea. Not all are bad, not all are good … but they ALL know what we do not yet know.
It is a shame that western medicine has labeled this experience as a mental illness.
Ignorant doctors … who have no clue about the invisible realms, or do not understand it. The medication they provide will alleviate the severity of symptoms, but the issue remains in existence …the attachments and harm continues to be done.
What I am getting at, is this will begin to happen to more and more people as their bodies become more light filled, as they begin to merge with the unseen realms.
It is critical that grudges be released, that forgiveness for self and anybody who one feels has wronged them be granted, that a conscious effort be made to complement those we encounter mentally, rather than a cursing. To develop control of emotions, practice patience and develop a measured response to anything that is upsetting.
You will be tested.
You may hear many voices pick your world apart, judge your character, promise to do very bad things to you or those you love … your nervous system and emotional body will undergo severe alteration and trial.
You must release all fear. Even fear of dying … you must face your most profound fears and learn to calm yourself. You must learn that responding in a combatant way to those you may not be able to see will earn you more of what ails you.
You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Kill them with kindness” or “Love conquers all” or “War cannot bring Peace”.
What we give, we get. Sometimes we do not understand why something has happened to us. Are we listening to our self-talk? Are we really noticing what we are doing with our life, are we squandering it with surface level stuff? Are we sweet on the outside while thinking cruelty on the inside?
Everything is known … everything. And not just by one, oh no no … by many. Our character is not only evaluated and rated by those we see, but by those who see us, who reside on a different vibratory level … who we will one day encounter as our own vibrations rise and our reality opens up, expanding. Yes, the seemingly dead will walk among us again, for every vibration in every form on this planet is shifting and rising. We are coming into our Light Bodies.
It is not going to be easy.
It will not be comfortable.
Many will simply be mind blown.
I am urging you, if you haven’t started already, do the internal work. Clear out your regrets, anger and shame.
Reformat the way you speak to self, and others, internally. If there is a negative, state or do a positive right away, every time. Drop habitual patterns that cause any form of turmoil, for self or others. If you swear at someone with a thought, apologize and offer a compliment. Pay attention and bring balance to everything in your mind.
Intelligent ones are listening, watching, evaluating and determining your place in the New World.
Turn off the television. Don’t watch movies or shows which disrespect the life of others. Extract yourself from chaos. Stop playing violent video games. Alter internal dialogue. Focus on happiness, peace, care, compassion, empathy.
If you find yourself slandering anyone for anything ask yourself right away, do I do this that I find so irritating? Chances are you do, in one form or another. People are our mirror.
The emotions must be brought into control. I’m not simply talking about the ability to ignore something or think happy thoughts until the mood shifts. I’m speaking of the nervous system reaction to such emotional charges as suffering, as anger and threat from another, even from the thought patterns of depression which throws us into doom and gloom.
We must learn to remain calm in the midst of that which upsets us most. We must master our energetic output and what type of energy, fueled by emotion, we are adding to our environment and our world.
We must become Self Masters.
Time is short.
They mean to shut the human bioform down … lock it up tight … make people spiritually weak, and then harvest them.
Everything seems so big when we are young, so difficult. It is at that time we are standing in our full vitality, yet many of us are not taught how to channel this energy productively, usefully. Without any form of knowledge of the “bigger picture” we scramble along in semi-destruction mode.
Bless the youth as they find their way. May their heart, spirit and soul be uplifted and eased of the potent, chaotic flow they are born to wield … and learn to master.
May many wise ones, no matter the age or status, “collide” with them at the time they need guidance or insight the most.
May they gleen from every single experience that which brings them closer to understanding, and fully loving self.
May Love be swimming through their veins and pounding in their chest. May their every breath invigorate and strengthen them. May they never doubt their worth, their value, or how much this world needs them.
Our Native elders have taught us that before a person can be healed or heal another, one must be cleansed of any bad feelings, negative thoughts, bad spirits or negative energy – cleansed both physically and spiritually. This helps the healing to come through in a clear way, without being distorted or sidetracked by negative “stuff” in either the healer or the client. The elders say that all ceremonies, tribal or private, must be entered into with a good heart so that we can pray, sing, and walk in a sacred manner, and be helped by the spirits to enter the sacred realm.
Native people throughout the world use herbs to accomplish this. One common ceremony is to burn certain herbs, take the smoke in one’s hands and rub or brush it over the body. Today this is commonly called “smudging.” In Western North America the three plants most frequently used in smudging are sage, cedar, and sweetgrass.
There are many varieties of sage, and most have been used in smudging. The botanical name for “true” sage is Salvia (e.g. Salvia officinalis, Garden Sage, or Salvia apiana, White Sage). It is interesting to note that Salvia comes from the Latin root salvare, which means “to heal.” There are also varieties of sage which are of a species separate from Salvin Artemusia. Included here are sagebrush (e.g. Artemisia californica) and mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris). We have seen both Salvia and Artemisia sub-species used in smudging.
Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, feelings, or influences, and also to keep bad spirits from entering the area where a ceremony takes place. In Plains nations, the floor of the sweat lodge is frequently covered with sage, and participants rub the leaves on their bodies while in the sweat. Sage is also commonly spread on the ground in a lodge or on an altar where the pipe touches the earth. Some nations wrap their pipes in sage when they are placed in pipe-bundles, as sage purifies objects wrapped in it. Sage wreaths are also placed around the head and wrists of Sundancers.
There is some potential confusion here about the terms used to name plants, mainly because in some areas, junipers are known as “cedar” – as in the case of Desert White Cedar (Juniperus monosperina). This doesn’t mean that J. monosperina wasn’t used as a cleansing herb, though; in the Eastern U.S., its relative, Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus virginia), was used ceremonially. However, in the smudging ceremonies we have seen or conducted ourselves, Western Red Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) and California Cedar Incense (Libocedrus descurrens) were used … not varieties of juniper.
Cedar is burned while praying either aloud or silently. The prayers rise on the cedar smoke and are carried to the Creator. Cedar is also spread along with sage on the floor of the sweat lodges of some tribes. Cedar branches are brushed in the air to cleanse a home during the House Blessing Ceremony of many Northwest Indian nations. In the Pacific Northwest, the people burn cedar for purification in much the same way as sage – it drives out negative energy; but it also brings in good influences. The spirit of cedar is considered very ancient and wise by Pacific Northwest tribes, and old, downed cedar trees are honored with offerings and prayers.
One of the most sacred plants for the Plains Indians, sweetgrass is a tall wild grass with a reddish bas and perfume-like, musty odor. It grows mainly on the eastern side of the Rockies in Montana and adjacent Alberta, Canada. It also shows up in some small areas of Wyoming and South Dakota. Its botanical name is Hierochloe odorata. Some common names for it are Seneca grass, holy grass and vanilla grass. We have been told that a variety of vanilla grass grows in North Central California. But, how similar it is to the Plains variety we don’t know.
On the Plains, sweetgrass is usually braided together in bunches as a person’s hair is braided, although friends have said they have seen it simply bunched and wrapped in cloth. Either way, it is usually burned by shaving little bits over hot coals or lighting the end and waving it around, letting the smoke spread through the air. This latter method is how we were taught to burn sweetgrass in the sweat lodge – allowing the purifying smoke to get to all parts of the lodge.
We were taught that it was good to burn sweetgrass after the sage or cedar had driven out the bad influences. Sweetgrass brings in the good spirits and the good influences. As with cedar, burning sweetgrass while praying sends prayers up to the Creator in the smoke. High Hollow Horn says in the The Sacred Pipe “This smoke from the sweetgrass will rise up to you, and will spread throughout the universe. Its fragrance will be known by the wingeds, the four-leggeds, and the two leggeds, for we understand that we are all relatives; may all our brothers be tame and not fear us!” Sweetgrass is also put in pipe bundles and medicine bundles along with sage to purify and protect sacred objects.
Sweetgrass is very rare today, its territory severely cut by development, cattle- grazing, and wheat fields – and tradition Indians in the northern Plains are trying to protect the last remaining fields. The best way for most folks to get sweetgrass is to buy it at Native American retail outlets. This gives support to Indians who can help the fields from being depleted.
To do a smudging ceremony, burn the clippings of these herbs (dried), rub your hands in the smoke, and then gather the smoke and bring it into your body, or – rub it onto yourself; especially onto any area you feel needs spiritual healing. Keep praying all the while that the unseen powers of the plant will cleanse your spirit. Sometimes, one person will smudge another, or a group of people, using hands – or more often a feather – to lightly brush the smoke over the other person(s). We were taught to look for dark spots in a person’s spirit-body. As one California Indian woman told us, she “sees” a person’s spirit-body glowing around them, and where there are “dark or foggy parts,” she brushes the smoke into these “holes in their spirit-body.” This helps to heal the spirit and to “close up” these holes.
Recently we did a “light” house cleansing for a friend. We use the term “light”, for this is a relatively simple ceremony as opposed to some that are more lengthy and complicated. Our friend had some serious emotional and relationship problems, and he felt they had left a heavy and dark atmosphere.
First, we prayed together to the Creator and to the spirits for help. We then, burned sage, purified ourselves, and took the sage to all the corners, closets, and rooms of the house. We pushed the smoke with our hands to cleanse every bit of space – lingering over dark or cold spots that “felt” uncomfortable.
We used sage first in order to drive out the bad influences. Then we purified ourselves with cedar and, then repeated the cleansing process throughout the house with that. Then sweetgrass was used in the same manner to bring in good influences. All the time we prayed for help in this cleansing. Finally, we took a candle over the whole house and pushed its light into every corner. The People of the Pacific Northwest Coast taught this “lighting-up” of a house to us. We’ve been doing this type of house cleansing for ten years, and it never fails to “clear the air.”
In any case, smudging is a ceremony that must be done with care. We are entering into a relationship with the unseen powers of these plants, and with the spirits of the ceremony. As with all good relationships, there has to be respect and honor if the relationship is to work.
Shamanic smudging—or just smudging—is an age-old tribal tradition which has been used for centuries to create harmony and peace. There are many different shamanic smudging ceremonies, and different tribes use a variety of herbs for smudging.
To define it more clearly, shamanic smudging is the burning of herbs or incense for cleansing, purification, protection of physical and spiritual bodies, banishment of negative energies and creation of sacred space. You can use smudge sticks (herbs that are tied into a bundle for easier handling), braided herbs and botanicals (like sweetgrass) or loose herbs (burned on charcoal or mugwort, or in a firepit). Shamanic smudging releases the energy and fragrance of the herbs and botanicals so they can heal, cleanse and purify.
In many traditions, shamanic smudging involves a four directions ceremony or prayer, which sends specific kinds of smoke or prayers into the four directions. Different tribes have different smudging prayers that “program” the smoke to do a specific action, such as cleansing or aiding in divination.
In general, shamanic smudging can be used in daily life for practical purposes—to restore physical, mental and emotional balance; to shield against negative energies; to cleanse yourself, use your tools and clear your space; and to restore you sacred space.
COMMON HERBS USED IN SMUDGING
Although different tribes and traditions use different herbs for shamanic smudging, some of the most popular herbs include desert sage, white broadleaf sage, juniper, pinon (sometimes in resin form), sweetgrass, copal (in resin form), mugwort, lavender and sacred tobacco. Here are some general uses for the different herbs often used for smudging:
– PINON RESIN
Primarily fire element though can also be used as for four-element general purposes. Has a pleasant and meditative fragrance. Is cleansing, strengthening, warming, and used by Native American cultures for its spiritual and healing properties. Produces a thick stream of smoke, and is excellent for refreshing the senses and reviving a tired soul.
– COPAL GOLD RESIN
Primarily fire and water elements though can also be used as for four-element general purposes. When burned, the scent is sweet, resinous, slightly woody, mildly earthy and spicy. Was a holy incense used by the peoples of Mesoamerica. Traditionally used as incense in divinatory and cleansing ceremonies. The resin contains aromatic chemicals called terpenes, which make it volatile and flammable. Used by Mayan shamans prior to ingesting mushrooms.
– MYRRH RESIN
Primarily earth element though can also be used as for four-element general purposes. Produces a lot of smoke when burned, very earthy, piney scent. Gathered from an almost leafless Middle Eastern shrub called the Commiphora Molmol. It was used by the ancient Egyptians in rituals of Healing and Passing. It is one of the ingredients used by the Egyptians to embalm bodies. Useful for spirituality, meditation, happiness, release, transformation, strength, confidence and stability.
– FRANKINCENSE RESIN
Primarily fire element though can also be used for a four-element general purpose. Is the resin of an African tree and produces a rich, dense smoke when burned. Used extensively in meditation and healing. In numerous religious traditions, frankincense’s spiritual scent was believed to confer divine blessing. Pliny the Elder mentioned it as an antidote to hemlock poisoning.
– DESERT SAGE
Primarily air element though can also be used as for four-element general purposes. Has a somewhat sharp, light and refreshing scent. One of the most sacred herbs among Native Americans. Used to purify the mind, body and spirit before prayer, meditation, ritual or ceremony. Also used to purify sacred items such as pipes, magical tools, tarot decks and eagle feathers. Can be used for area, house and personal cleansing. Some people carry a small amount of Sage in a pocket or medicine pouch to insure personal and spiritual safety.
Primarily fire element though can also be used as for four-element general purposes. Has a sharp, piney scent. Excellent to stimulate and revive when tired in body, mind or Spirit. Used in ancient times for ritual purification of temples. Smoke believed to aid clairvoyance. Also useful for purification and to stimulate contact with other worlds. Burned during the Plague to resist disease.
Primarily air element . Has a light, aromatic and refreshing scent. Useful for attracting peace, happiness and restful sleep. Also reduces depression, grief and sorrow. Aids in meditation and divination, and often said to aid in manifestation. Known as Elf Leaf, Nard, Nardus, Spike and Lavender. Traditionally associated with fairies and elves.
– WHITE BROADLEAF SAGE
Primarily air element though can also be used as for four-element general purposes. This is a broad leaf sage is highly prized for its strong aromatic properties (strongest of the different types of sage). Considered the king if all sages. Excellent for meditation, divination, smudging, cleansing and purification.
– YERBA SANTA LEAVES
Traditionally used for enhancing psychic abilities, magical protection, healing and spiritual strength. Excellent for meditation and divination. Said to be ruled by the moon. One Native American tribe rolled the leaves into balls, dried it in the sun and chewed it for a natural mouthwash.
– HIBISCUS FLOWERS
Primarily fire and water elements. Produces a sharp, invigorating scent that lasts for a long time after burning. Often used in divination and psychic communication. Excellent for rejuvenating the senses and restoring life force.
– ROSE FLOWERS AND PETALS
Primarily water element. Produces a heavy, warm, aromatic scent with just a hint of sharpness – scent lasts a long time after burning. Excellent for meditation, divination, increasing psychic abilities, contacting powers and beings in other dimensions and psychic communication. Also traditionally associated with attracting love, conferring peace, stimulating sexual appetites and enhancing beauty.
Primarily air element. As its name suggests, sweetgrass produces a sweet and light fragrance that does not last for long. Excellent for cleansing sacred space. Sweetgrass is a rare grass which is found growing wild in very few places. Traditionally, sweetgrass is believed to invite the good spirits.
You can burn these herbs singly or in combination with each other. One good combination that covers all four magical elements of air, fire, water and earth is pine resin and sage (either desert sage or white broadleaf sage). This combination is appropriate for general use, cleansing, ceremony and ritual.
WHEN TO SMUDGE YOURSELF
Smudging yourself on a daily basis can be very helpful in keeping yourself balanced and maintaining a peaceful state of being. However, you should definitely use shamanic smudging techniques when you’ve been around people who are ill, depressed, fearful, angry or generally emotionally unbalanced; before meditating to create a calm state of being; when you’re feeling blue or depressed; or when you’ve been under a lot of stress.
Smudging yourself is easy. If you’re using a smudge stick, light the smudge stick on a candle flame. Hold the stick in the flame until there is a lot of smoke and the stick is burning well (that’s why a candle is better than a match—it can take a while to get the stick really smoking). Using a feather (or feather fan) or your hand, gently fan the smoke onto your body, starting at the top of the body and moving downward. Get the back of your body as best you can (it’s often easier to use a smudge pot and loose herbs for this). When you’re done, inhale a little of the smoke (just a little!) to purify your insides.
If you’re using a smudge pot or Fire-bowl and loose herbs, light the herbs (using self-lighting charcoal—not the barbecue kind!) until it is smoking well. Then, put the Fire-bowl on the ground and stand over it with your legs spread and feet on either side. Weave back and forth in the smoke until you have been thoroughly cleansed. Clothing is optional for this approach, and smudging in the nude is recommended for a more thorough cleansing. Again, when you’re done, inhale a little of the smoke to purify your insides. People often feel more relaxed, lighter and brighter after smudging.
If you’re going to use the smudge smoke during meditation, use a charcoal burner or Firebowl, light the herbs and enjoy the scent and smoke as you meditate. Meditating with these herbs often produces a deeper and longer-lasting state of relaxation and contemplation.
Native Americans used herbs to purify the spirit and bring balance to people who are unhealthy in spirit, mind, or body. Everything that happens within your home leaves a trace. The morning after party, the tired- ..but-happy revelry from the end of the evening is still in the air; Focusing your true intention to purify your space with time-honored method can return a dwelling to its rightful place as your sanctuary. One such cleansing method is known as smudging. Smudging originated as a Native American custom, and modern practice can reinvigorate your living space.
The vital action of smudging is lighting aromatic bundle of herbs and allowing it to burn away the negative energy that has been collected.
You can celebrate a new phase in life by conducting a smudging ceremony, or improve someone’s day by smudging the space around a friend. Offices and work spaces can benefit from smudging as well, allowing clarity of thought and improved productivity. The essential object for smudging is the herb bundle. It can be purchased or made by hand.
Using a match or candle, put the flame to the smudge stick. Then blow or wave it out, allowing the stick to smolder and the aromatic smoke to fill the room.
If you don’t have a smudge stick, you can also place loose herbs directly onto burning wood in an indoor fireplace or into a fireproof container with some charcoal. As the herbs begin to burn, the honored method is to use a feather to move the smoke around the person or place you are smudging. You may also use your hands. As you feel the space fill with the herbal scent, take time to consider the parts of your life that need cleansing. Imagine the smoke lifting away all the negative thoughts and emotions around you.
Tradition teaches that each smudging herb is used for a different purpose. So an important aspect of the ritual is finding the right herb for the moment. * Sage is the most prominent herb and is used to purify and protect one’s living area by removing negative energy.
* Sweetgrass is often burnt after smudging sage to welcome in the positive influences.
* Lavender restores balance and creates a peaceful atmosphere. It also attracts love.
* Rosemary is effective for gaining clarity about perplexing problems.
* Mugwort is celebrated for stimulating psychic awareness and powerful dreams.
* Bay leaf is used to protect against colds and flu.
* Cedar is burnt upon moving into a new home. It works as a purifier and as a way to attract positive energy. The act of cleansing your space can help you to truly put the past behind you. As the herbal aromas gently enter a room, clearing out accumulated spiritual clutter, you’ll be free you to enjoy your abode as the place of it was meant to be.
~ Author unknown
“I’m really worried. I’ve started implementing the new protocols in force. One of my new tasks is taking and recording each person’s temperature. I aim for the center of their forehead with my thermometer shaped gun, I pull the trigger, wait for the beep and record the temperature. I always apologize to the person before proceeding! After doing this a dozen or more times, I suddenly had a realization:
Are we being desensitized to be targeted at the head and also causing potential health issues by aiming an infrared ray to the pineal gland? So I started taking the temperature on the wrist, which turned out to be more accurate given that the forehead is cooler than the wrist and the results differ by more than one degree in some cases.
I went to a shopping mall and people were lining up to get their temperature taken by an employee who obviously was not a medic and was not properly educated on how to correctly perform this procedure. Many were shocked when it was my turn and I took the gun that was being directed at my forehead and re-directed it to my wrist.
I spoke softly but firmly and told the employee that an infrared thermometer must never be pointed at someone’s forehead, especially babies and young children. In addition it requires basic knowledge of how to properly read someone’s temperature, i.e. placing a thermometer on the wrist or elbow fold is much more accurate and much less harmful.
It was very disturbing to me to observe children getting used to seeing an object in the shape of a gun aiming at their forehead and without any negative reaction from the adults as if this was normal and acceptable.
As a medical professional, I refuse to directly target the pineal gland which is located directly in the center of the forehead, with an infrared ray . However, most people agree to go through this several times a day! Our pineal glands be protected as it is crucial for our health both now and in the future.”
The pineal gland is a small, pinecone-shaped gland of the endocrine system. A structure of the diencephalon of the brain, the pineal gland produces the hormone melatonin. Melatonin influences sexual development and sleep-wake cycles. The pineal gland is composed of cells called pinealocytes and cells of the nervous system called glial cells. The pineal gland connects the endocrine system with the nervous system in that it converts nerve signals from the sympathetic system of the peripheral nervous system into hormone signals. Over time, calcium deposits build-up in the pineal and its accumulation can lead to calcification in the elderly.”
The pineal gland is involved in several functions of the body including:
Secretion of the hormone melatonin.
Regulation of endocrine functions,
Conversion of nervous system signals to endocrine signals
Influences sexual development
Influences immune system function
I mean ….
An elderly woman got on a bus and sat down. At the next stop, a strong, grumpy young woman climbed up and sat down sharply beside the old woman, hitting her with her numerous bags.
When she saw that the elderly woman remained silent, the young woman asked her why she had not complained when she hit her with her bags.
The elderly woman replied with a smile: “There is no need to be rude or discuss something so insignificant, as my trip next to you is short because I am going to get off at the next stop.”
This answer deserves to be written in gold letters: “There is no need to discuss something so insignificant, because our journey together is too short.”
Each of us must understand that our time in this world is so short, that darkening with struggles, useless arguments, jealousy, not forgiving others, discontent and an attitude of constant discovery is a ridiculous waste of time and energy.
Did someone break your heart ? Stay calm.
The trip is too short.
Did someone betray you, intimidate, cheat or humiliate you? Relax. Excuse.
The trip is too short.
Did someone insult you without reason ? Stay calm. Ignore it.
The trip is too short.
Did a neighbor comment on the chat that you didn’t like ? Stay calm. Ignore him. Forgive that.
The trip is too short.
Whatever the problem someone has brought us, remember that our journey together is too short.
No one knows the length of that trip. Nobody knows when it will arrive at its stop. Our trip together is too short.
We will appreciate friends and family.
Let us be respectful, kind and forgive, we will be filled with gratitude and joy, after all our trip together is very short.
Why weren’t people so upset at the MANY flu deaths each year caused by sharing spittley breath?
Why only now are they concerned about sharing air?
When Covid hasn’t come close to the death toll of the flu in a single year?
Is it mind control?
Did they simply not care before?
To all those who so selflessly do what they can, what their skills allow them to do to help the people, to help others rise, leaving toxicity behind, Thank You.
The blessings you share are often unrecognized for what they are, for the ailing really have no knowledge or experience to base their improvement on.
As the toxic ways of the past are shed, the habitual and trained thought processes remain for a time causing them to question the goodness that has been bestowed upon them.
After all, why would anyone care so much, be so selfless?
It is a complex journey, from dis-ease to wellness. The energy, the physical form mends, yet only an individual can choose a new way of thinking. For the stubborn in habit, this can take time.
Thank you for never giving up, especially if the ailing one questions your goodness. Thank you for seeing the sickness in them, inWE, and remaining patient, and in love.
It is my greatest blessing to have come to be in this world, consciously, with you.
My dream is as yours, to see humanity and all forms of life be able to rise from the suffering which has created its home in their lives for so long.
May you be blessed abundantly.
Eternally grateful, Me.