Working with the unseen
Things truly are not as they seem. I have been living in two words for decades now. Daily, I bear witness to the pain of death from our human perspective and simultaneously hear and feel the bliss of souls welcomed home.
When I feel aches or pains in my body, I don’t like it from the human perspective. When I see through my soul’s eyes, I notice how various thoughts create different emotions that tense or relax multiple spots in the body – creating either ease, discomfort, or illness. Once I see the pattern, I can sit, relax, and breathe into the areas of discomfort, allowing the flow to once again healthily inform my cells.
In others, I have seen the human diagnosis of a fatal disease disappear quickly as souls opened to love again by looking forward to a future they’re creating. I’ll never forget one lady at a conference with fatal cancer. The angels had me ask her what she would do if she lived. She had no answer. She planned to die since she was told she would die. There’s no stigma in death. Sometimes it is the path of least resistance. In her case, however, she vehemently wanted to live. So the angels asked her what she wanted to do if she lived. Again, silence.
Then they had me ask her, “If you could live and change only one thing about yourself, what would it be?” Immediately she answered with humor, “My Jewish Guilt!” “Bingo!” the angels replied. “Your guilt is killing you. If you want to live, you have to imagine living without guilt. You have to imagine doing what you want to do without guilt. You have to imagine not feeling guilty for feeling good while others suffer. You have to imagine releasing the guilt for not worrying about your kids.” She looked almost shocked. Life without guilt? Could she do it? They asked her to consider the option because they said love was knocking at the door, and it couldn’t get in because guilt was in the way, and if she couldn’t get rid of the guilt, the love would carry her right out of the body into the guilt-free realms of love! Oh my gosh! We both stood there, stunned by their response.
Considering their response, she was in a neutral space for just a few seconds when inspiration suddenly rushed into her mind. “I’ve got it!!!” She seemed excited. Whereas a few moments prior, she was emotionally resigned and hugging death’s door, this beautiful woman came to life. “I AM GOING TO GIVE UP GUILT AND TEACH JEWISH MOTHERS NOT TO FEEL GUILTY!” Woah. A force of love was rushing through her that could only come from the Divine. She started to talk eagerly about how she’d do it. She got animated, humorous, and feisty. The energy of her cancer lifted right then and there. It was remarkable. Death was not trying to “get her.” Life was calling, either on this side or the other. Joy was calling. Her cells felt the rejuvenating rush of loving energy washing through them, creating her miracle. Things are not as they seem.
Sometimes the opposite is true. Sometimes death is the door to the more that a soul is calling for. This isn’t a story often told, but it is worth telling. I know and love author Niki Brown whose son left via suicide – something that feels tragic and terrible to our human hearts. As she learned to connect with him in spirit, he told his story in a far different light. Furthermore, he told her he wanted to write a book in which she would share the story of his trials, tribulations, triumphs, and ultimate death, and then he would offer his own view of the very same from his perspective in heaven.
Plagued by voices that would cause many to consider him psychotic, he and his mom later became aware of the influence of souls who had harassed them in past lives. These lost souls were more than willing to match any lower vibrational thought of this young man. In time as he developed his spiritual awareness, he was able to love these souls into the light and quiet the negative voices. He didn’t leave the planet out of mental torment as many do. He left because he had a moment of seeing the perfection of life, knew his purpose was fulfilled, and without thought, got up and helped himself out of the body. It is his story, but also about life, death, the eternal nature of our souls, our love, and how things are not as they seem. I couldn’t put it down. If you’re interested, it is available here in the US amazon store either physically or on kindle, or you can look it up in your own country. The title is “The Child I Lost Found Me” by Niki Brown.
So often, I have seen how embracing the unseen energies can change lives. I have seen women who were emotionally abused housewives suddenly turn into profound mystic channels as they released old resentments and resistance to love and focused on their own interests. I have watched as families, once divided, suddenly came to a new harmony when only one person took responsibility for their own happiness and demonstrated they could all live and let live. Things are not as they seem. 5D reality operates differently than the 3D rules we’ve been taught.
I’ve been tending to my vibration strongly these past few years. I didn’t know it would become so important to manage my energy persistently, but I’m glad I did. I’m following the trail of joy-crumbs to wherever it leads… like the coloring book, and a few other totally unrelated and fun projects that have suddenly caught my fancy. Other than my taxes, which are actually fun this year since I got organized last year, I’m not sure what is to come next. I have so many ideas and they’re all fun and exciting to me. I feel like I’ve come to life again in a way I’ve not felt in ages.
It serves us to look for love where we can find it, even when there are so many bad behaviors.
It serves us to believe in the universal abundance even if we’ve unintentionally vibrated into lack.
It serves us to believe life is eternal, especially when we see and feel the sting of death.
It serves us to look for love from the moment we wake up to the moment we fall asleep. Growing up, I learned, “Seek, and ye shall find. Knock, and the door will be opened.” This is vibrational truth. I want to seek love, not darkness. I want the doorways of light to be opened in my heart. Despite the apparent chaos, we can all access these beautiful realms of love, one choice at a time. Things are indeed not as they seem.
Here are a few tips to help you look beyond the obvious to find and harness the invisible flows of love.
1. Stop obsessing about what is wrong
If you look through human eyes, there’s a lot wrong with the world. There’s a lot of unloving behavior, dishonesty, greed, disaster, war, disease, and on it goes. You could spend a lifetime focusing on it, fighting it, and feeling like it just grows bigger. It will in your reality if you pay it that much attention.
What if we obsessed on all that is right, all the possibilities for evolution, change, solutions, harmonious relationships, etc? I know that’s not the current reality in many cases, but someone has to obsess about the good. Einstein was obsessed with solutions. Tesla was obsessed with solutions. Edison obsessed on figuring out how to understand and market Tesla’s obsessions and add his own spin on them! A man in our very recent history was obsessed with how to help people like his son who had a unique medical profile and, as a consequence, came up with groundbreaking technology that will change our world. (More on that in future newsletters!) Disney was obsessed with his imaginary characters and the joy they could bring people. Henry Ford was obsessed with improvements in transportation, and the Wright brothers obsessed about flight.
Thank God, so many bright minds have been obsessed with possibilities, solutions, and “what ifs” in a positive way.
In your own life, you may have a car to repair or a bill to pay. It is easy to obsess about unfinished business, but why not obsess about what you’ll enjoy when you do finish?
You may be lonely and obsessed about being alone, but why not obsessively dream about all you desire?
An entire portion of two countries lies under rubble now, with thousands dead. That is horrible, tragic, and unthinkable from our human perspective. We could easily obsess about how it should not be. But it is. And the people there know that the only thing to do is help where they can, do what they can, grieve, and move forward. It is the angels’ wish that we obsess about how cities can be rebuilt to be stronger, safer, and cleaner, with the world’s cooperation. It is the angels’ wish that people obsess about how to teach the children who are currently without schools and how to feed and shelter those in need.
The point here is that there is a lot of junk to focus on, and it is real in the human sense, but we get stuck in it due to our obsession with it. We tune into the problem and stay there. We can tune in better. We can tune into the good, into solutions, into possibilities.
I once told the story of getting stuck in mud that was like quicksand. As I focused on fighting it, I sunk deeper! As I stopped, relaxed, and waited a bit the thought about how to get out came. I was a young girl, and my friend and I had slipped into a mud pit at a construction site. We made it out, but it was a great lesson on the futility of fighting a problem!
What is, is. Let us obsess about the good in life or how to make life better
2. Don’t Tell God what Can’t be Done
The angels like to say, “Stop telling God what can’t be done,” when people argue for their limitations. I hear it all the time, and I’ve said these things, “I don’t know how, so it can’t happen. I don’t have the money, so I can’t have this. I need to be smarter to figure this out. I don’t have the staff. I have no time.” Truly I’ve said these things too. The angels’ response is always the same in one way or another, “Stop telling God what can’t be done!” ”
We assume too much about what we need to make what we want work out in our lives. We give up if we don’t know how to get there. That would be like saying, “I want to take a trip but don’t know how to get there, so I can’t go.” The Divine knows the folks who fly planes, drive Uber and give directions. Likewise, the Divine knows how to get money, guide you efficiently, present helpful people and ideas, etc. It is sheer human programming that makes us think we must have it all figured out to make a dream come true.
Let the unseen work on your behalf, and please don’t ever tell the Divine what it can’t do. It can help you, but only insofar as you are willing to allow it. If you tell God you don’t have enough money to have what you want, then vibrationally, you get back the equivalent of a human saying, “If you say so!!”
That is my humorous way of looking at it, but if we don’t believe, we can’t receive beyond our belief!
3. Put the unseen to work!
The angels used to tell me often to stop answering my own prayers unless I was wildly enthused about the actions I was taking. I used to ask for help and then wrack my brain trying to figure out how to solve my own problems. I’d lose my keys and go crazy searching the house. I’d have a hefty bill, pray for help, and then juggle finances for hours. I’d have a personal issue and go nuts trying to figure out how to smooth it.
Now I put the unseen to work. I feel into the solution. How would I feel if the problem were solved? I give up trying to figure it out, which rarely feels awesome, and instead, I do things that feel better. The universe is on it. I know it. I trust it.
I lose my keys too often. I now say, “Ok universe, you know where they are. I want to run errands soon, but if there’s another path you’re guiding me towards, I surrender. Then I do something else and find my keys. I lost my glasses last night and was running around half-blind without contacts when it occurred to me to tune into that great feeling of finding something. Absentmindedly I went to pick up a book and noticed the glasses that had fallen on the floor.
It works for big things too. When I was tired of being an engineer, I imagined going to bed happy, waking up grateful, and making a living doing what I loved. Look where I ended up! I love my work 🙂
So instead of agonizing yourself trying to figure out something you can’t solve this second, give it to the universe by tuning into the feeling or your desired reality, then LET. IT. GO. and focus on something more fun.
This flies in the face of all our erroneous conditions, and it works!
Things are not as they seem. We seem solid, and yet we’re energy interpreting reality as solid. Death seems horrible, and yet the deceased are in bliss. Lack feels very real at times, but we can tap into the eternal truth of Divine abundance. The unseen contains all potential, and when you focus on what you wish to experience, you will eventually see it show up in your life!
Enjoy the unfolding adventure, and have a blessed week,
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