I can look out my window and see the weather, buildings, trees, cars, people.
I can see and read information on the internet, and learn and hear about many things, from good news to chaos.
In daily life I can choose to do many things in a day.
I can choose when something uncomfortable arises not to look at it, or to take the time to pause and feel it.
I can choose to look into my past and feel the feelings connected to what is making me feel uncomfortable.
is a h u m a n creation,
compounded over thousands of years,
because we have not taken responsibility for it.
Our response to uncomfortable feelings may be to push it aside, driving ourselves to be busy, reaching for something outside of ourselves to “make us feel better’ — our addictions — rather than to take responsibility for why and how our suffering is connected to the past.
Choosing not to look at how our discomfort is connected to our past, allows suffering to continue.
Our Planetary Logos, Sanat Kumara has this to say:
“We have talked about the buried treasure beneath the barnacles and the debris, the mud and the sludge but, dear heart, who do you think created the mud and the sludge?
“So it is acknowledging individually that you contributed to the mud and the sludge, the barnacles, the debris.” (1)
I can choose to acknowledge that I have contributed to the my suffering and the suffering of others.
I can choose to forgive, myself and others, and to apologize for what has transpired.
I can choose to be in gratitude for my journey knowing Love is everything — the good, the bad and the ugly — knowing my judgements are Love.
I can choose to forgive, be compassion, and in gratitude for everything, and know when I do this, my judgements, sorrows, and fears will diminish.
I Am My Divine Authority
Cartoonist, Eric Klein (2), illustrates this so well:
I can choose to be in the world, in my heart centre — my golden monastery within — and not of the old paradigm of suffering outside of the heart centre.
There are many, many people who are doing really amazing things for the world.
Here are some examples:
I see these groups lifting the ones in pain out of the suffering, agents of change, heart consciously in their joy, in service, in their sacred purpose.
Lord Maitreya explains:
“We speak to you again of the need to understand how some have chosen to live and exist in places of chaos.
“Not because you have chosen to be in chaos, or to live chaotic lives, but because you have transmuted the energy and your sacred purpose is to remain that you may continue to transmute, to assist those who remain in the places that are wild, not only geophysically, but emotionally and spiritually as well. (2)
Gratitude is joy, a Divine State of Being.
Joy is gratitude for sacred purpose.
Understanding and knowing
our I Am is Divine.
I Am Joy
(1) “Transcript: Sanat Kumara Discusses the Law of Instantaneous Transmission, October 15, 2013,” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/10/16/transcript-sanat-kumara-discusses-the-law-of-instantaneous-transformation-october-15-2013/
(2) “This 5-year-old Comic not only Looks like Trump, but show us how we can Respond to his Presidency,” October 28, 2017, Elephant Journal at, https://www.elephantjournal.com/2017/10/this-5-year-old-comic-not-only-looks-like-trump-but-shows-us-how-we-can-respond-to-his-presidency/?
(3) “The Laws of Magnification and Transubstantiation,” July 13, 2015, at http://counciloflove.com/2015/07/the-laws-of-magnification-and-transubstantiation/