December is a month of reflection and preparation. It is the arbitrary end of a cycle we call one year. This natural cycle is one way to measure your movement along your path of life. It is an opportunity to look back upon the experiences you have had: the successes, the missed opportunities, and the memorable moments. It is a good time to ask yourself some questions that will empower you to ensure that the next year is even more fun and rewarding than the past year.
How have I become more loving? How much more do I love my self? How effective am I in remaining focused on my true purpose in life? What experiences would enable me to become more focused on my purpose? What will make next year more playful and fun? In what ways can I share more of my gifts with the world? How can my sharing create more abundance and satisfaction for me and everyone I touch? What am I deeply committed to that will have an impact on the consciousness of the world?
When these types of questions are deeply pondered, looking both at the past year and anticipating the new one, it can provide the stimulus for action in the present moment that is focused, committed and effective in helping you fully enjoy the wonderful adventure called your life.
--Ted MurrayPosted December 16th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
My heart’s desire is that you know your worth. You are worth a King’s ransom. You are worth the Whole Universe. You are worth everything to Me. Now, gain awareness of your worth. Be worth everything to yourself.
Beloveds, you are a unique filament of My Light. I created you from My Being. I do not say a word that is not true, yet, you are not true to yourself.
You may not see yourself as worthless, yet you hardly see yourself worthwhile to the extent I see you and that you are. In life, you may take erroneous turns to convince yourself that you are worth something after all.
I do not plant fruit trees that do not bear fruit. Would I create you who are made in My image and make you less than magnificent?
Not a chance. I did not pick and choose this one worthy and that one less worthy or anyone worthless. What is this rush to belie yourself?
Honor thy father and mother. Honor thyself. Honor all that I have made. Honor the innocent animals, and honor the innocent human beings who do not see worth in others or in themselves. Your soul is indestructible so why bother with all this forsaking yourself? Get off the boat of lowliness. Beloveds, if you would even see yourselves as 1% of the Truth that you are.
What is the measure of a human being? Measureless. Immeasurable. I stamped and sealed you Mine, My very own, My beautifulness thrown across the Universe like corn upon the field. I created you for something. I created you to give birth to yourself. I tell the rose to bloom. I tell the seeds to sprout. I tell you to acknowledge your True Self. This is the fruit you are to bear. Call it Wisdom, call it Love, call it My Epiphany. Call it what you will. Call it the simple Truth of you. You are emblazoned with the Seal of God.
--God’s Beautifulness Thrown across the Universe Like Corn upon the Field by HeavenLetters (TM)Posted December 15th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
We envision a world where everyone sees the life in all things; where the animals, trees, plants, even the largest mountains and smallest pebbles are seen and honored for the spark of consciousness that resides within them. We see people beginning to treat Great Nature the way they would want themselves to be treated, and in response, Great Nature has begun to open her arms, reveal her secrets, and share her abundance with us like never before.
Now we see a partnership formed between humanity and Great Nature whereby people everywhere are rejuvenated and recreated because we are regularly walking the woodlands, visiting the shores, hiking the mountain trails, swimming in the lakes and streams. We see a grounding taking place within us now that we are touching the Earth and reestablishing our ancient connection - and as a result, the speediness of life has given way to a tranquility in mankind and womankind. Once we learned that something magical happens when we take off our shoes, soak our feet, bathe and baptize ourselves in the natural waters, we gained a relief from our seriousness and the cares of life.
Now we see things more clearly, make better decisions, and live happier lives because we've made friends with the best friend we could have: Great Nature.
--The Intenders of the Highest Good; Vision Alignment ProjectPosted December 14th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
Let’s see through our true eyes, the eyes that sense and feel Oneness during the holidays. We will clearly see God/Divinity in the homeless person, the aging neighbor, the tired co-worker and our partner and children who may feel stress from all the busyness during the holidays. Let’s wrap our arms around them, give them the hugest hug and tell them we love them. In this we will give and receive the true holiday message. Happy Holidays dear friends!
--Steve FarrellPosted December 13th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
The best and the most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen nor even touched, but just felt in the heart.
--Helen KellerPosted December 11th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.
- Nelson MandelaPosted December 10th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
Is your life being guided by destiny or is it a product of your choices? This question has been debated for centuries, and there seems to be no definitive answer. Some people say that your life path is determined by a contract made prior to birth, so that even your time of death is predetermined. Others say that your life is created by your choices on a moment-to-moment basis and your entire world is your own creation, whether done consciously or subconsciously.
It seems the world we inhabit rarely involves black and white, yes or no answers, but often there is a mix that makes our choices interesting and challenging. Perhaps we have come in with a life purpose. How do we know it and how soon in life do we connect with it? Don’t many people choose to avoid their true purpose while settling for a life of so-called comfort and stability? Personally, I feel we come in with a destined purpose; however, our choices create our life. We can either discover, embrace, and do everything to accomplish our purpose, or we can hide and try to avoid it. Nothing seems to be predetermined, yet when you choose to follow your purpose it seems that destiny takes over and guides you toward that purpose in a mystical and miraculous way.Posted December 9th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
The meek are the egoless. They are those who have awakened to their essential true nature as consciousness and recognize that essence in all "others," all life-forms. They live in the surrendered state and so feel their oneness with the whole and the Source.
--A New Earth by Eckhart TollePosted December 5th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
It is especially powerful when you place your awareness and focus on your heart center and generate feelings of gratitude and appreciation as well as joy. Every cell is bathed in this influential force of coherent vibrations. Every cell is nurtured by the energy of divine consciousness flowing freely. Every aspect of your physical body is renewed and allowed to expand and open to the incredible possibilities the universe is offering.
When this is continually practiced with clear intention and dedication, the DNA that is so called “asleep” is activated and portals or doorways to the higher dimensions become available. Galactic wisdom and the understanding of your true nature begin to be revealed.
--Galactic Heritage by Peggy Black and the ‘team’Posted December 4th, 2013 by Steve Farrell
Our moment has arrived…
We’ve read the books about Oneness, thought about it, and dabbled in it.
The time is now to live it!
-- Steve FarrellPosted December 3rd, 2013 by Steve Farrell