“You can enter a world of beauty as easily as you can open the door to disease and death.“
July 23, 2008
Just when you thought you had a chance to take a breather, it’s time to deal with yet more change coming upon you. Change isn’t necessarily bad, you know, but if you’re caught unprepared it answers the question “What’s going on?” rather loudly. Of course, sometimes loud noises can jolt you from the state of sleep and get you on your feet and moving, all to your benefit. To sleep through a wanton destruction in the form of a massive explosion might not bode well for your future. In such cases where disastrous turns of events might prove to be overwhelming, a signal is good. However, if you are prepared and ready for change to come knocking at your door, you won’t be so upset when it opens the door and sweeps through, leaving you with a clean slate, ready to start anew with a fresh perspective and less baggage to haul around. Signals can save your life, and they can make you aware of change looming at the threshold. Consider this to be a kind of signal to be ready to welcome change, not as an agent of destruction for destruction’s sake, but as a natural force of OM moving through creation to make some adjustments you may, in fact, find to be quite of your liking. Only time will tell.
It has been said that change is a constant. As long as life continues, that is true. Stagnation leads to death, but death itself is merely a name for a state of transformation. It is, as well as life, a state in which stagnation causes it to cease to be what it is. Death in the purest sense of the word is itself a state of change. Life, too, is. When something akin to change brings about a transformation of consciousness, you could say that the former state of consciousness has died. Allowing this change is the sanest way to survive times of massive change, and brings the most sound form of rebirth into being. It is not that you cease to exist – remember, we said there is no need for that – but that your former state of being provides a rich, fertile substrate for the blossoming forth of your next evolvement as a human being. There is no need to cease to exist, nor is there a need to seek change to force one state of consciousness into another, hopefully more pleasant and tolerable, state. Change finds its way to you, magnetized by the thoughts you emit and the fears you continue to hold. Creative in the extreme, the combination of thought and fear calls change in such a way that you cannot long withstand the molding action of its presence. So we ask you, as your internal mechanism of conscious recognition of yourself within the 3-D reality you exist in is about to be triggered into a new awareness, to reflect on what you would like to experience. In an instant of deciding to let go of fear and the belief that you need to cease to be, you can radically alter your experience from one of death and destruction to one of joyful discovery, love and beingness unfettered.
Some of the more basic methods of letting go of fear are simple. No elaborate rituals are needed, unless you enjoy such sources of activation. All you need do is make a decision to exit one doorway and know that the next door you enter is one that leads to the experience you choose. It can be one of peace as easily as it can be one of brutality. You can enter a world of beauty as easily as you can open the door to disease and death. The choice is yours. All we ask is that you choose.