I am still catching up on the newsletters for the May meetings. Preparing our Round 2 submission for the Next Top Spiritual Author contest took center stage over the last two weeks!
Eloheim and the Council have made it really clear that saying YES to now is vitally important in our spiritual journey at this time. I have included Eloheim’s discussion of this concept in the video below, but all the Council members are talking about it.
It is taking the ‘being in the moment’ idea to a completely new level. There is more about this in the 5-26-10 meeting.
You can say YES to something that is difficult, without believing that you are creating more of it. When you consciously consider your shadow you often fear you are creating more shadow, however what you are actually creating is more conscious consideration.
5-19-10 ~ 75 minutes
Guardians: Brought our attention into the moment by pointing out the choice we can make between shifting our focus from the habitual mental way of experiencing ourselves, or allowing ourselves to be open to the moment without obsessive thinking.
Eloheim: Took questions and discussed our confusion about our creatorship. You’re allowed to have confusion about the need for your creation, but you must say yes to your creation nonetheless. Saying yes does not mean you want it to continue, it means that you acknowledge your creatorship. Also discussed the Warrior and how their energy is been experienced by people in the group.
The Girls: The body is an integral part of the Ascension process and the movement to Homo spiritus. When you say yes to your creations, be sure to be kind to your body and acknowledge that what it feels is valid.
Warrior: As you start off on a new path where there has been no path before, allow yourself to open to the possibility that there is a trail where you don’t see one, because what tends to happen is you assume you know and then you don’t explore. You have to allow yourself the presence of the observing moment to inform you of options you have yet to consider.
Audio download of the five meetings held in May, 2010