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Greetings! It is our great honor and joy to speak with you Now and continue this dialogue with you, for whom we have deep, abiding, and unconditional love.
And this is, indeed, a dialogue, because we are answering what you ask. You do ask, even if you don't realize that is what you are doing. In the quietness of your hearts, in your moments of curiosity, in those times just before you drift off to sleep when you feel a thought bubble up in your mind, you are asking. In your times of difficulty and drama, in your prayers and meditations, and in the casual thoughts you have as you go about your days, you are asking.
We know those of you who read this. We know those who will read it Now or Later (even though Later is Now), and we sit with you in the Eternal Moment of Now, ready to share the answers with you when you ask.
And while we are honored that you read our communication and feel the truth it contains and recognize the answers to questions you don't even know you have asked, we wish to remind you that your answers aren't just here: they are everywhere. So whether you ask a question with awareness and intention or ask without realizing you have done so, the answers are there for you every Moment of Now.
What do you have to do to find them? Pay attention. Be watchful and curious. Live within your senses and as much as you can, dwell within the experience of Now. For the answers are all around you on butterflies and breezes, in smiles and gestures, in books and movies, in the words of others and the songs of birds, in the sunlight and moonlight, on billboards and license plates, and in the magnificence of nature that surrounds you courtesy of the consciousness that is Gaia, which supports and nurtures you throughout your embodiments when you experience yourselves as Humans, Being. It is in all of these places that you will find your Inner Voice, which is the voice of Wisdom and the place of answers.
You find your answers through living, and you live an embodied life through experience. Thus, we have given you this formula before: Intention + Attention = Experience. Where you place your intention and what you give your attention becomes your experience. It isn't magic, although it may seem like it to a Master-in-Training who walks through the embodied realm in space-time.
It's also not a trick, although it may seem like that to some, as well. Instead, Intention + Attention = Experience is a natural law. It happens 100% of the time in the realm of the embodied.
We know this is difficult to understand, especially when the experience is one you perceive as negative. After all, why would you ever give yourself an experience that didn't feel good if you could control it with intention and attention? The answer is that your ego + conditioning + karma often direct your intention and attention in ways of which you are unaware. Much of your embodied experience comes from the unconscious creation of the small I, which is ego-identification. Each day, the aspects of the small I affect you in thousands of unconscious or subconscious ways, whether it's a belief you have about yourself buried in your shadows, a fleeting thought generated by ego that you aren't even aware you give your attention to, or an aspect of your karma you are still working with.
This is why the call to presence is so important for any Master-in-Training. Because the path to Ascension is scattered with the seeds of ego, conditioning, and karma that can quickly grow into drama when you water them with your attention.
One of the challenges of embodiment is that it is hard for you to know where to place your attention, because it is difficult to differentiate between the seeds of the small I and the seeds of Re-membrance of All That Is. To an untrained eye, these seeds look the same, and thus sometimes you water the ego seeds instead of the All That Is seeds, and suddenly a giant plant with thorns springs up in front of you, and you're in the midst of a full-blown, ego-driven drama.
But when you water the seeds from the All That Is, they flower into a beautiful, lush, fragrant tree that you can sit peacefully under as you soak in the Love of Source.
That's not to say that there's not value in those thorny plants containing the dramas of the small I; as with anything else, it's what you do with them that determines how they affect you. Every experience has value, even the wildly dramatic ones. In fact, it's the wildly dramatic experiences that have the greatest potential to further you on the path to mastery if you allow them to. You'll eventually get to the same place on the path, regardless of which seeds you water; it's just that your embodied experience will be quite different depending on which you choose.
Which leads to the question we have come to answer Now. How do I tell the seeds apart?
You can tell because each type of seed has a signature energy that you experience as a feeling, knowing, sensation, or emotion when you encounter it. The seeds of the small I often make you feel small, frightened, or angry. You may notice a sense of wrongness: beliefs that harm you, misdirected anger at self or others, loss of self-esteem, or even just a sense of discomfort that may arise in your body, mind, or spirit. And as you begin to water them with your attention, you experience more negativity in some form, whether it's drama, angst, pain, hatred, fear, disdain, judgment, symptoms, illness, discord, nightmares, or any other of a host of negative emotions and experiences. And the more attention you pay to these things (that is, the more water you give the seeds), the deeper you dive into the drama.
The seeds of the All That Is, however, make you feel expansive. There is a sense of peace and rightness to them when you hold your attention on them. You may feel peace, joy, love, compassion, forgiveness, kindness, well-being, or a whole host of other positive experiences.
And so, before you water the seeds you encounter, step into Presence for a moment and ask yourself this as you consider the seed: How does this make me feel? Be with that. If the seed feels positive, then shower it with your attention so it will grow to full flower. If it feels negative in any way, then allow that feeling to pass through you, and turn your attention elsewhere.
What do you do if you watered the "wrong" seed? First, let us tell you, it is impossible to water the "wrong" seed because there is no "wrong" seed. As we said before, watering any seed along your path will eventually get you where you're going regardless. But, if you are unhappy with the experiences you are having as a result of where you have placed your attention and you wish to have a different experience, then you must first allow resolution of the experience you have created with your attention.
Start by removing your attachment to that experience. Do this by sitting with the feelings and observing them. Don't own them. Don't claim them. Don't fear them. Simply meet them with curiosity and observe as they flow through you. Ask yourself, "Is this true? How can I know it's true?" Then sit with it without attachment, remaining open to the answers. Inquiring in this way can help you recognize the untruths that the small I tells you.
Notice how your feelings and thoughts about the experience feel in your body, mind, and spirit. Observe without attachment and simply allow them to float away. Do this for as long as it takes until you are no longer attached to the untrue thoughts and experiences. Then, when the attachment is removed and the feelings are resolved, turn your attention elsewhere. Water a different seed...one that feels peaceful, joyful, compassionate, or provides you with a sense of expansiveness and Love.
What seems simple from the place of All That Is feels very complex to the embodied soul, and we understand this. It is why we speak to you as your Inner Voice. It is why we wrap you in Love, walk beside you, and carry you when the path grows steep and the thorny plants grow all around you. Take to the quietness of nature during these times, and you will know that we are there. Sit directly on Gaia with your back against a Tree Being. Tune out the thoughts. Focus on what you can see, feel, smell, hear, and touch, and in these experiences you will find us. For while we walk with you through the noise, it is in Nature where you will hear us the best as the voice that whispers on a breeze through the tops of the Tree Beings. We are Here. We are with you. We walk beside you. And we Love you through all of your intention and attention as you navigate the path of the embodied Soul.
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Our Greatest Good is created by Karen Frazier, an author, spiritual teacher, psychic medium, and intuitive energy healer who channels a benevolent group of entities called The George Collective. The Georges, as Karen calls them, have been sharing messages of hope and support for humanity with Karen since she was a child.