How comfortable are you with change?

November 10, 2019
Joshua Tree-Arch Rock

On a recent weekend getaway to Joshua Tree, we decided to connect with spirit among the beauty and splendor of Joshua Tree’s magnificent rock structures. While it was a great idea, it was not very practical (or shall I say ‘comfortable’), so we had to cut it short.

But the concept of “change” was brought up by our guides today. Certainly, we are living at time of much change and uncertainty. And this raises in each of us different thoughts and emotions.

How do you view change? Do you immediately go to a place of fear, viewing change as a detractor (as I immediately did) rather than expansion or a continuity of life? While brief, this message is a simple reminder to ask this of yourselves and to truly challenge your beliefs so you can create a different experience…a different reality.

Enjoy!


(We are sitting Indian-style on a large boulder at Arch Rock in Joshua Tree. It is the first time Eryn is using her personal “board.”

Elena: This will be a miracle if it [using the board in this environment and under these circumstances] works!

[We are joined by Aurelia and Marguerite, guides of Elena and Eryn respectively.]

Aurelia and Marguerite: Peaceful desert winds brings you love and a sense of continuity. Aurelia & Marguerite here.

Elena: Well, thank you for joining us. This is a miracle in itself!

Aurelia and Marguerite: Yes. Small miracles are all around you and within you. It is so very easy to carry life within you and neglect to recognize the miracle of it.The continuity of a soul’s journey—very much formed in the way that these rocks have around you. How comfortable are you—the ego self—with change?

Elena: I guess that depends on what kind of change.

Aurelia and Marguerite: Exactly.

Elena: If it’s change that I would view is to our benefit…

Aurelia and Marguerite: Case in point—“your view” yet perceiving change solely through this lens is so limited. It’s akin to seeing the stars with the naked eye—never truly grasping the size and power, imagining specks rather than their true nature.


… perceiving change solely through this lens is so limited. It’s akin to seeing the stars with the naked eye—never truly grasping the size and power, imagining specks rather than their true nature.


Elena: Is there a reason why you’re bringing up this topic? Is there something looming in our lives?

Aurelia and Marguerite: Ha! Instead of seeing change as the remover, view change as the energetic currency of life. Constant and therefore a continuity unto itself.

[Since we are so physically uncomfortable and our feet are falling asleep, we ask to shorten our board session.]

Aurelia and Marguerite: We leave you with love, light and only the portent of expansion. Blessings to this portal of miracles, dear Eryn.

[The move the planchette over all the chakras before departing.]

Aurelia and Marguerite: Goodbye.

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