Divine Perfection

February 15, 2009 by  
Filed under Age of Ascension, Nedda

ALL IS PERFECT, RIGHT NOW

 

A few days ago I began having daily conversations with my I AM Presence.  Each conversation is guided by 6 questions designed to ask for guidance, support, and specific instructions.   My goal is to increase my alignment with my Divine Self and my Divine Path for this lifetime.

Today’s guidance is about Perfection.  One way to move us out of Judgment and into Non-Judgment is for us to recognize that ALL is PERFECT right NOW in THIS MOMENT. 

I’ve been rushing around since I began Coco Fossland’s Wealth Manifestation Program in early January.  I have so much inspiration and so many ideas and so much to do, in addition to all the other daily things we feel we need to do each day (eat, sleep, that kind of stuff), that I’ve been feeling a mix of anxiety and excitement and enthusiasm and overwhelm.

Here’s what I was told today about how I am feeling, and about what I am thinking about how I am feeling: 

“You are doing very well in meeting with me and listening, too, and then following through.  You are still challenged by other things that draw you away from my guidance.  The more aligned you are [with me], the easier it will be to stay aligned and to follow your path.

“PATIENCE – and – TRUST.  They really go together.  All things happen in RIGHT TIMING.  Time in 3-D is an illusion, as you are already aware. 

“So don’t let time ‘get’ to you.  Be open to FLOW with the natural Tao of things. [See the blog on “Learning Fearlessness from Lao Tsu.”]

“Inspiration leads to Change.  You are changing.  The whole planet and all of humanity are changing.  But you are a ‘way shower,’ so you change first and faster.

“Surrender your illusion that it’s happening ‘too fast.’  It’s happening at a PERFECT SPEED! 

“What is essential WILL be attended to.  What is not ESSENTIAL will fall away. 

“Let go of your illusion of  ‘running really fast just to stand still’ [allusion to Alice Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll,  where Alice and the White Queen run madly and end up in exactly the same place]. 

“There is no requirement of this. 

“FLOW!”

Then I was reminded of a Sanskrit prayer that I dearly love.  It is about perfection.

Om purnamadah purnamidam
Purnat purnamudacyate
Purnasya purnamadaya
Purnamevavasisyate

Om shanti, shanti, shanti

Om.  That is perfect.  This is perfect.
From the perfect comes the perfect.
If the perfect is taken from the perfect
the perfect remains.

Om.  Peace.  Peace.  Peace.

The power of this prayer is that God is perfect and cannot create anything that is imperfect. 

When we feel a loss or that something is “wrong”, we are caught in illusion.  We are forgetting GOD’S PERFECTION. 

And WE ARE PART OF THAT PERFECTION.  We cannot be separate from it, because even when you take the perfect from the perfect, only perfection remains.

“Only perfection remains” refers both to the “original” perfect and to the perfect you imagine you have taken from the “original” perfect.

Therefore, bring your mind to stillness in the knowing that ALL IS PEFECT IN THIS AND EVERY MOMENT.   ALLOW PEACE by vibrating with the the thought of peace.

The glory of the Sanskrit language is that each syllable was discovered vibrating within our own chakras, heard coming from them by the great masters in the caves in the Himalaya Mountains.  These syllables actually vibrate at the same frequency as their meaning. 

Therefore, when you speak the word “shanti” which means “peace,” you are sending out the vibration of peace from your throat and your throat chakra.  You are literally putting the energy of “peace” into the world.  If your Heart Center is also feeling peace, you are magnifying the vibration because you are adding other Divine elements to it.

Isn’t it wonderful?  It’s Divinely Perfect.

Nedda

Learning Fearlessness from Lao Tzu

February 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Age of Ascension

THE WAY TO DO IS TO BE.

Lao TsuLao Tsu, wrote this – my very favorite of his messages from the translation by Wittner Bynner,  © 1944, titled: The Way of Life (Tao Te Ching).


There’s no need to run outside for better seeing,
Nor to peer from a window.
Rather, abide at the center of your being;
For the more you leave it, the less you learn.
Search your heart and see
If he is wise who takes each turn:
The way to do is to be.

We always seem to think we have to DO something.  Maybe the something we have to DO is just BE. 

BEing is actually a way to live.  It means we are centered.  It means we are grounded.  It means we ALLOW things to happen, rather than try to MAKE things happen in our lives.

BEing is less stressful and very calming.  It is expansive, rather than limiting.  It is peaceful instead of agitating. 

Staying Close to The EarthBEing is fearless.

Try BEing for just a few minutes a day. 

BEing quiets the mind and body.  It is restful, relaxing, and allows inspiration to flow.

One way of BEing is to sit quietly and just watch your breath go in and out, in and out, in and out.  If you become distracted, not to worry.  When you notice your focus has shifted, simply and gently return your focus to watching your breathing.  BE like this for 5 minutes.  If it starts to feel good, go for 10 minutes.  If you like that, try 15 minutes. 

Happy BEing!!

Nedda