Our ship is close by now, pushing through the last of the veils off the coast line of third dimension. It has not been easy for it to find us here in this thick fog of illusion. Soon it will drop anchor and boarding will begin for the voyage to 5D. I hope we are all ready to climb aboard and set sail. We cannot bring baggage with us for this ship cannot be weighed down with unnecessary weight, but rather it must travel light, high atop the waves where the wind is strongest to push us along. The time is now for letting go of all that we no longer need to falsely define who we are. It is time to pare down to the core of all that is and discard the rest. It is a time also of releasing our need to control and hold on to everything out of fear that what we have is all there is. Scarcity thinking is self-limiting and our new life is all about expansion beyond where we are now. Think big and it shall be!
I think for many recently it has been a time of letting go of what we felt we needed to make us who we are. As if we aren’t everything we need to be just as we are! Holding on to and having control of are both born out of the same insecurity we call fear. In order to let go of those needs we need to dig deep within and ask ourselves what are we afraid of. I had a conversation with a friend yesterday about releasing our control over our children. That is a tough one to do! I was telling her about how I had to release my protection over my son. I used to hound him about the dangers of cell phones which irked him no end. I finally had to release my need to keep him safe and let him fly away into his own life. If he were to get a brain tumor from using his cell phone it was his choice and if he should die, it was his time to depart for he had obviously completed his mission he came to earth with to complete and it is his time to go. We give birth but then we must release so the child can grow into whomever they are meant to be.
Would I be sad if he died? I would be devastated but far less than I would have been before this journey. My devastation would have been my loss of him, my own longing to want him here allow me to continue to be a mom in my old way of thinking and the hole in my heart would have been immense. Today I know there is no such thing as death, our spirits continue on forever and eternity, I know to hold on only interferes with their own missions, they need the freedom to be who they need to be to complete their missions. If he were to go, I do not stop being who I am, he did not define who I was, being his mother did not define who I was, I am me as I came into this life to be. I would hope I could focus on the joys he brought to my life and my accomplishments at raising him well and be grateful for the short amount of time he was with me and to feel proud at my ability to let go of him and allow his wings to fly wherever they chose to go.
As we push through each one of our veils that need clearing away our lives become lighter. We become less stuck in the muck we have been mired in our entire lives and breathing becomes easier. It is not easy coming to grips with these veils we must pull aside. There is often much floor walking and hand wringing to go through to settle out with yourself. Life is not easy to get through in 3D. We must face these trials and tribulations with strength and determination, we must find our courage to go through uncomfortable moments, hours or days to find our answers and come to grips with things. Once through the process, everything becomes lighter and you move up a level. It takes faith that when you come out the other end of the tunnel all will be well. Trust! That emotion we find so hard to get a hold of, but we must. Yes we have been lied to our entire lives, but the time must eventually come to choose ‘do I continue to mistrust the world or do I choose to trust again?’
Learn to let go of fear:
Blessings to us all,