Neale Donald Walsch is the author of the 'Conversations with God' books
If you touch the lives of only a handful of other people with a message of oneness and love, you will have made an incredible gift of your entire life here on earth.
Neale Donald Walsch is the author of the 'Conversations with God' books
The Holographic Fractal Universe concept and the 'Black Whole' view, promulgated by Physicists Nassim Haramein and Dr. Elizabeth Rauscher.
It happened again this week. As I sat to channel the angel messages, I felt the most loving presence come over me and the words came with a great sense of peace. I suspect we'll go back to the angels' voice at some point, but for now enjoy the sweetness of the energy behind these words...
WHEN IS THE LIVE EVENT?
The event will start May 1st and continue for 40 days. We will move through four themes:
If we are to become beings who can go into distorted realities and transform them back to pure Light, we must experience Mastery of that function here. When all is veiled, and clarity and guidance are stripped away, we discover our True Self. Mastery dispels doubt from our core to reveal our faith in ourselves, the unconditional power of Love, and the omniscient Presence of Source. This is a unique experiment in consciousness, and all will be tried and tested on behalf of other systems and realities.
…. The Primary timelines do not feel time-based, it opens us to the pure experience of absolute Presence. It is an unexplored phenomenon to do this on a global scale during a dimensional shift.
The choice-point clearing is a reflection of the Solar-system-wide reorganization into Divine Order. Embrace this perspective of Unity consciousness; we are not separate from any of these unfoldments. We are having a vivid experience of the journey from Creator, to Creation, and back to Creator.
Sandra Walter, Wayshower, Ascension Guide and Gatekeeper in Service to the New Light
Blessings Beloved Light Tribe ~
Global Meditations occurring during the eclipse peak and our three Unity sessions on SUNday. This is a powerful Gateway for embodiment of the New HUman template, Christed/Crystalline Consciousness. Gaia’s Solar aspects, Grid activation and the massive stargate templates approaching for Solar activation on many levels.
We request every awakened Soul to be on board this SUNday, since this passage determines the strength of the March unfoldments. Encourage your groups, friends, communities to add as many souls to this activity as possible. Tremendous activation available with this influx. Our Higher Levels are holding the Gateways open for the collective.
In Love, Light and Service
When the earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come unto the earth from many colors, classes and creeds, and by their actions and deeds shall make the earth green again. They will be known as the Warriors of the Rainbow and will put their faith in actions not words -- Old Native American Prophecy
Rainbow Warriors are people from all walks of life who care about the future of all living things and have an interest in developing a deeper connection to the web of life itself.
Great leaders, Warriors and Shamans of many nations will be born and they will cleanse the earth for rebirth. Next will come the Planters sowing seeds of truth, justice and freedom. The Storytellers, Warriors and Planters will live in the way of the Great Spirit and teach ways to keep Mother of the Ground sacred forevermore. They will be called Rainbow Warriors for they will gather the four sacred directions, all distinctly separate but forever connected in the Circle of Life. ~ Lee Standing Bear Moore, Manataka American Indian Council ~
Alaa Basatneh : Fusion : 27 Mar 2016
If you saw someone on the street sitting next to a sign that read "Ask A Muslim," what would you ask?
Sebastian Robins has probably heard it before. He and his wife Mona Haydar have gained local fame in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for setting up a booth on the street and fielding questions from strangers about all things Islam. "We were really afraid the first time, up to the point where we considered notifying the police," Robins told Fusion about the couple's unconventional idea.
"I never really realized how people stared at you," he would tell his wife.
Robins, a white American, converted to Islam in 2012 after meeting his wife, a Syrian American Muslim from Flint, Michigan, on a trip to New Mexico. A few months ago, in the wake of terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, the two of them started putting up their booth around town "to conquer fear through conversation," as Haydar put it. The couple's idea has been successful beyond their imagination, helping them spread love and awareness and even inspiring others around the country to do the same. "We love it if you can just break bread with us," said Haydar, who offers free coffee, donuts, and flowers along with her conversation. "Take a moment out of your day and hang out with us."
The couple said they felt the need to reach out to their community for open dialogue amid heightened security fears and Islamophobic comments from Republican politicians. "Post Paris and San Bernadino, I had never only felt the fear of going out, but kind of this incredible impotence and depression," said Robins. "It was the first time I was afraid in my own country."
His own education about Islamophobia had come from his wife. "It's been a huge reckoning for me," said Robins about his marriage. "Re-examining my place in society, and what it means to be a white, straight, educated, upper middle-class male in society. I knew these things through studies, but to experience them through Mona's eyes...it's pretty amazing." "I never really realized how people stared at you," he would tell his wife when they started spending time in public together.
The booth idea, the couple said, was inspired by an episode of This American Life in which an Iraqi refugee traveled the U.S. with a "Talk to an Iraqi" sign to encourage dialogue about the Iraq War. Haydar and Robins, 27 and 43, first set up in front of a high school and a library in Cambridge, a relatively diverse college town. They thought it would be the safest place—and close to a bathroom, too. Little did they know who had attended that school. "The booth was in front of the school where the Boston Marathon bombers went to school. We had no idea," said Haydar. But the coincidence spurred thoughtful conversations.
Most of all, the couple wanted people to see that they are typical Americans. "We are normal humans living our silly and mundane lives as parents to a two-year-old, who change diapers and cook eggs in the mornings," said Haydar."We certainly do not want to convert anybody," added Robins.
Not that everyone who stopped at the booth had a positive comment. Some people confronted Haydar about wearing "an oppressive thing" on her head, referring to the hijab. Robins was surprised by that, he said. "Here we were in Cambridge, home of Harvard, MIT and all the prestigious universities, with very smart people and I was amazed how the media effectively creeped up into people's minds," he said. Haydar said that it's a matter of perspective. "My perspective is that hijab is liberating, whether you see that as me being brainwashed or not," she said.
Haydar was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. She met Robins in 2013 on a trip to New Mexico for a summer course. They fell in love after meeting on a mountaintop. "It was my birthday. I ventured up the mountain and Sebastian was sitting on a bench. He was the first one I saw there," said Haydar.
Haydar recalled the time she told her parents that she was marrying a white man. Arab expatriates tend to marry each other; the idea of marrying an American isn't very popular within the community due to cultural and religious differences. "It was definitely not an easy conversation with my parents. But when they met him, everybody knew and felt that it was right," she said. The couple now lives in Massachusetts with their two-year-old son.
To date, over 100 conversations have taken place at the booth over donuts and coffee, said Haydar. People were happy to see a Muslim couple on the streets extending a hand and willing to talk, she said. "Suddenly we had all these people thanking us for what we were doing," said Robins. People came up to the couple to talk about everyday things, like "making breakfast and the weather," said Haydar. "We stepped out of our comfort zone and it paid off. We went and did something that took a lot of guts for us," said Haydar. "We didn't feel safe and we did it anyways because we believe in love. We believe that the world is a generous and beautiful place. Period."
People nationwide have reached out to her for advice about setting up booths in their own cities.
Published on Dec 18, 2012
Narration by Anandmurti Gurumaa : Music composed by Kanchman Babbar
Ney by Kanchman Babbar : Rhythm by Babbi
Breathtaking. Entrancing. Exhilarating
Lovingly presenting the short video 'Introduction to Hu, The Zikr' with the soul-stirring narration by beloved Anandmurti Gurumaa. It features the ecstatic poetry of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi* coupled with captivating music that truly enthralls.
Watch, awaken, and don't go back to sleep. Forget any prejudices and just listen to the message of Divine Love. Inspirational. Rejoice watching it!
From Kryon Live Channel, “Quantum Patterning"
February 2016 in San Antonio, Texas, USA
All energy, anywhere in the Universe, has ways of being measured and seen. There will be ways to see patterning in everything. It may start out as simple waves, but eventually elegant patterns will be seen with better instruments. Those who have sat in the room with the great masters of this planet have felt the overwhelming love and compassion of the creative source, and it comes in waves of euphoria. It makes you weep with joy because you're connected to everything. That's energy! Do you see what I'm saying? Can you measure love? Yes! It's patterned and you can see it. An entire new world will eventually open up.
~ KRYON, through Lee Carroll, the Original Kryon Channel
The full channelling can be read here.
My brave Bearers of the Light, at one level the collective consciousness of humanity has moved deeper into a sense of separation, fear of violence, and anxiety about what the future holds. However, there is another band of human collective consciousness that is becoming predominant, for this one is growing in strength exponentially day by day. This overlay of consciousness is permeated with unconditional love, hope, desire for peace and harmony amongst all human kind. We tell you that the second band of consciousness - the band of Light - is and will overcome the shadows of fear and separation.
The progression of the cosmos in the evolutionary spiral for the return to higher consciousness among all the Facets of Creation will not be delayed or denied. You are truly beginning to understand, and the yearning within is growing stronger and more compelling as you reach higher and higher on your personal sacred journey.
In the beginning of this Sub-Universal journey, we were in perfect rapport and finely attuned one with another. Together, we are slowly but surely returning to that beautiful state of Oneness.
I am your faithful friend and constant companion,
I AM Archangel Michael
Channelled through Ronna (extract from December 2015 message)
(You can read Archangel Michael's entire message here.)
Note from Messenger Spirit:
Archangel Michael's beautiful and encouraging message reminded me of my favourite carol, which is, without doubt, 'It Came Upon a Midnight Clear'. The words are beautiful, and prophetic for this unique time in human evolution/Ascension. The last verse especially so:
For lo! the days are hastening on,
By prophet bards foretold,
When, with the ever-circling years,
Shall come the Age of Gold;
When peace shall over all the earth
Its ancient splendors fling,
And all the world give back the song
Which now the angels sing.
I send Love, Light, Peace and Healing to all of Humanity at Christmas, for the highest good of all, in the name of All That Is.
Bethania Palma Markus : RawStory : 17 Nov 2015
The Dalai Lama offered unusually sage advice for dealing with the terrorist attack on Paris on Friday.
Don't pray for Paris — work for peace, he told Deutsche Welle, a German broadcasting company.
"We cannot solve this problem only through prayers," the spiritual leader said. "I am a Buddhist and I believe in praying. But humans have created this problem, and now we are asking God to solve it. It is illogical. God would say, solve it yourself because you created it in the first place."
He added his hopes that the record violence of the 20th Century doesn't continue to bleed into the current one. "We need a systematic approach to foster humanistic values, of oneness and harmony," he said. "If we start doing it now, there is hope that this century will be different from the previous one. It is in everybody's interest. So let us work for peace within our families and society, and not expect help from God, Buddha or the governments."
In what the Friendly Atheist described as sounding like Humanism, the Dalai Lama also said that much of the violence is over superficial matters. "Furthermore, the problems that we are facing today are the result of superficial differences over religious faiths and nationalities," he told DW. "We are one people."
He also said he was leaving it up to the people of Tibet whether they wanted to continue having Dalai Lamas serve as leaders in the future. "If the people think that this institution is no longer relevant, it should be abolished. I am no more involved in political matters," he said. "I am only concerned about Tibet's well-being."
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