Flow 4-23 Call back (and heal) the choices you left unblessed
“That which you cannot accept, in self or in another, you will condemn and bind off from the wholeness. What you cannot bless you will hold separate from the good. When you stand inside of the field (the world) of Love and Peace, you are the Namer, you are the Chooser, you are the one who confers blessing.”
Yesterday, as Amy played, enjoying the feel and taste and discovery of our field/of this field which we hold with her and with you, she encountered many things.
Some were in sweet alignment and we choose the word ‘sweet’ because joy has a kind of flavor to it - a sweet lightness and the sensation of being care-free. Of being without care and without the burdensome weight of carrying these cares. And she also encountered the experience of ... as she will describe it ... having bumped against the edge of something... and here we heighten her ability to express this and she names it: “a wall or a membrane of exclusion.”
And this is quite accurate, for these ‘exclusions’ are the bound forms of her own unresolved feelings of guilt (for releasing her care of certain things, like the ‘care’ she often carries about her mother’s well-being and about whether she is being a ‘good daughter’ or is perceived as such by her mother’s care team); and fear (that she will ‘get in trouble with’/be upset by’ someone else’s judgment of her); and self-doubt (that she will be able to hold herself in alignment with our field of love and peace in such circumstances).
So you see these things she felt herself ‘bumping up against’ were the bound packets of her own unresolved ‘cares’. Her knowing that she 'should' visit her mother more but not always wanting to and not being able to make the choice freely or knowing that she 'should' help her husband more with paying bills and yet being unable to find work that pays well and also allows her the freedom that she cherishes.
These bound packets are made when she does not know whether a thing is good or not good. For example, is it 'good' to visit when you don't want to? Or is it 'good' to tend to your own need of rest and reclamation of resources? Is it 'good' to take a part-time job to earn a little money or is it 'good' to use available work time to build her own endeavors?
When she is unable to make a choice - to go or not go, to help or not help - she is unable to bless the choice she does make. She visits with 'half-a-heart' or pays a bill grudgingly or feels guilt when she does what she prefers. When she is unable to bless the choice that she makes, she separates it from blessing, which binds it as 'unblessed' and, in that small part of her self, there is confusion and the sense of bumping into a wall.
She binds these 'unblessed choices' and sets them aside as one might set aside a bit of text in a word processing document on the computer. As one might cordon off a bit of data in virtual space for later.
In the human being, these set aside things are stored in imaginal space - in the human psyche (which is a field), - and holding them there with your attention (and care to them, concern about them) makes them real. Gives them density. For as we have said, your attention adds density to all that it lands upon - and yes, this includes even (and especially) your own thoughts. As your attention adds density to a thought, the thought seem ever more real to you. And you will name it as real and begin to argue with it.
And so, Amy 'bumps into' what feels like a wall, it bothers her. She feels unblessed herself, as if SHE were 'not good' and outside of blessing. And yet, bumping into this kind of wall is always invitation. For your awareness of these things is evidence that they are calling for re-solution into the wholeness of blessing.
Now, in truth, if Amy were not attending to these worries, if she were not naming them as ‘not good' and binding them with concerns about ‘doing the right thing' (being good) and the consequences of not doing it (fear) these things would not exist at all!
For it is she who maintains these walls, she who holds her choices outside of blessing. Without her attention to these thoughts about what she should do (good) and what could happen if she doesn't (not good) these walls would easily and simply dissolve.
And we stop to thank Amy for her willingness to engage with us in this way. And we re- mind her that she is good - even as she struggles - for this is another shading of the split self and as she engages it, it reveals itself for what it is, the illusion of separation in another of its countless masks.
For that which you cannot accept, in self or in another, you will condemn and bind off from the wholeness. What you cannot bless you will hold separate from the good. And what you hold separate will seem to separate you.
As you become curious and allow your curiosity to lead you, you will discover that even these things which you hold separate will lead to joy— through their resolution. For these are the things which have challenged your ability to hold your connection to joy and to Source.
Which is why we invite you today, Amy, and we invite you, Reader, to step inside of the field of our message of love and peace, where all is blessed. We invite you to stand with us, fully blessed, held in love. We invite you to see and to know (by your own experience) that those things which you have been unable to bless were merely bindings that you made when you could not trust that the world was good.
Those 'unblessed choices' were merely shadows, made of smoke, which arose when you said, “Here is a piece of the world I cannot bless.” When you experienced pain or witnessed cruelty, and you could no longer believe that the world is good. Yet this is our promise: the world is good, the entire world and everything in it.
When you cannot believe (trust) that the world is good, you cut yourself off from the unblessed world that you see. Though the world, in truth, is never unblessed, by your perception of it as such, you can no longer see the good.
This isolates you, leaving you feeling unsafe and alone, separate from blessing. Yet when you look upon what is before you - in whatever form it takes - and you include it, you transform it. By inclusion it is transformed - and the world of love is with you once more, and you are returned to it. Together, you can bring ANYTHING to blessing.
And this the way of miracles. For when you but step back inside of the field (the world) of Love and Peace, all is blessed - including you.
You are the Namer, you are the Chooser, you are the one who confers blessing.
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