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Greetings! Our joy fills the universe as we speak to you Now. We invite you to share in this joy of connection. For even if you believe you cannot see us, nor hear us, nor smell us, nor touch us, nor taste us, our vibration is within you and around you at All Time and in No Time. For we are all part of the same Body of the Divine that fills all of the space you presently believe you occupy in your embodied illusion. We exist inside of and around you, you exist inside of and around us, and we are all filled with the energy of Source, which makes up All That Is, Was, or Ever Will Be. And while the illusions of the small I suggest you are separate from All That Is, the truth is that there could never be separation in the ultimate reality of This Here Now.
Today, we wish to share with you a swashbuckling tale of adventure. It's a story of the search for a treasure that is the most valuable fortune ever lost, and it will be the most magnificent treasure ever found. But first, we need to set the stage with a few reminders.
It is a design feature of the embodied human that you have forgotten your profound connection to All That Is, which is Truth, which is Love, which is Source. For as we have told you before, everything you, in human embodiment, can experience with your five physical senses is not separate from you, although you perceive it to be. So, you can look around and see a rock, a tree, a butterfly, a plant, a bird, a window, a chair and identify all of those as "things that are not me." This is because you have chosen to enter duality where you perceive separation even though, in ultimate reality, none exists. You are the rock, tree, butterfly, plant, bird, and chair, and they are you. This is by choice and design so that you can once again awaken to the fundamental truth of the All That Is, which is I Am That I Am, which is Love.
Your return to enlightenment, then, is an awakening to truth. But before you re-member ultimate truth, you must first make your way through the layers of untruths that are part of the embodied experience.
When you first arrive into your bodies, you have memories of Who You Truly Are. These are memories you choose to bring with you into the experience of each embodiment; they are your compass for each embodied lifetime. You cling to them as much as you can when you are a tiny human that has erupted from a cocoon of pure love and formlessness into a world that feels so strange and overwhelming, where your conditioning begins the moment you enter it.
And make no mistake. You are conditioned from the first moment you take a breath into your tiny, new human lungs. And with each incident of conditioning, you bury a bit more of that truth. Which brings us to our tale.
You see, there is a tiny soul who arrived in a new world with an incredible treasure. At first, the soul showed its treasure to all who would see it, and the beings of the new world were enthralled with its beauty but terrified by its power. No soul should possess a treasure so dear, they decided. And they were overcome with jealousy that they did not have the treasure, and they experienced greed for they longed to possess it, and they had fear that a soul to tiny in possession of a treasure so great would become too powerful and endanger all that they had created in their world. Thus, they sought to dispossess the soul of the treasure in any way they could.
And so, the young soul soon realized its treasure was not safe in the land where the soul had chosen to live. The soul stopped showing and sharing the treasure, but even then the beings of the world still fought to take it from the soul. The soul learned that its treasure was not safe in this new place, and so it sailed on a ship that carried it to a far away place, and the soul tossed the treasure in the ocean where it would be safe, and the soul could find some type of peace within its new existence in this strange world.
The soul returned to its place of dwelling. The soul, who now identified as "he" and called himself "David," missed the treasure, but he was welcomed with open arms by the villagers who were satisfied he no longer had possession of the bounty. Now that he "fit in", David was showered in attention and draped in the traditions and customs of this new place. Soon, as souls in bodies do, David remembered less and less about the treasure as he became more swept up in his new life. Soon this world did not seem so strange anymore, and David became immersed in his new life surrounded by people he now declared to be "his people."
And still, even though David had forgotten his treasure, occasionally he would notice a glimmer of something in the back of his mind; it was a longing for something he couldn't quite pinpoint. He knew he had forgotten something vital, but he could not recall what it was no matter how hard he tried. And thus, David settled into his life in his village among his people, doing what he had been raised to do, always with a slight sense of dissatisfaction gnawing at the edges of his existence. When he noticed this dissatisfaction, David buried the feelings in the trappings of embodied life. He acquired possessions. He found a mate. He fathered children. He went to work. He mowed his lawn. He went to church. He ate and drank. He filled his life with busyness, all in an attempt to fill up that hole he knew was inside of him because he intuitively recognized something was missing.
There came a night when David sat in the backyard of his home, looking up at the stars that filled the sky. This wasn't something David did often. He was too busy to look at the sky, but that night he was compelled to do so. And there, looking at the sky, David felt content.
Then, the sky did something extraordinary. Instead of the stars staying in the heavens where they belonged, David watched as they rained through the darkness, one after another, dragging glittering tails behind them, and he was filled with wonder. David sat watching a meteor shower, and for the first time in the nearly four decades of his life, his mind quieted, his heart stilled, and he experienced presence. In that moment, the treasure flashed into David's mind. Suddenly he remembered that he had once had a priceless treasure, but that he had stashed it somewhere safe so no one could take it from him.
David was stunned! How could he forget something so important as his treasure? Where could he have placed it? How could he find it again? Thus began David's adventure to find where he had placed his treasure and to return to the wholeness of knowing himself as a soul uncorrupted by the forgetting of being an embodied human.
Each of you is like David. You came with a treasure, and you quickly realized that to walk through the embodied world with something so priceless would be extremely difficult. And thus, you, too, threw your treasure deep into the ocean, where the layers of conditioning you have experienced in the small I are like sand carried by currents and deposited on top of it. With each act of conditioning and with each denial of Who You Truly Are, more sand and silt is deposited on your treasure until it is completely buried. The treasure remains, pure and precious, but the sand covers it little by little. The truth of who you are remains, a precious and pure treasure, buried under layers of conditioning just waiting to be unearthed and brought to the surface once again.
You have the tools to uncover that treasure. They are Truth and Light and Love and Presence. In every opportunity you have, use them. Whenever you think of them, use them.
Speak and be your truth and allow others to speak and be their truth, even if it is different from yours. Start by discerning what your truth is. This may take some uncovering, for many of you have little idea what your truth is, so buried is it in layers of conditioning. Thus, we urge you to question everything and take nothing as gospel. Challenge the things you declare as your truth, and leave the space for those truths to evolve.
In each moment that you declare something as your truth or experience it as such, sit with it and ask, "Is this who I really am Now? Does this serve me Now?" If the vibrational response feels resonant, then accept that as your truth in the Now. If the vibrational response feels discordant, then discard it recognizing that while it may have once served you as truth, it no longer does, and you are free to seek another truth. Love that the truth once served you, do not judge it. Simply love it for having served you and release it so you can move forward to find a new truth that suits your current presence.
Likewise, recognize and honor the truths of others. Their truths do not need to be yours. However, judge not the truth of another, for in that moment of their experience, this is what resonates with who they are in their present. In another moment, they are free to find a different truth is, just as you are. So judge not truths others hold. Instead, honor and bless those truths as theirs, and continue to live and evaluate yours.
It may seem as if we are saying there is no ultimate truth, and in the embodied experience this is certainly so. The nature of embodiment is illusory, and thus there is no absolute truth within the realm of duality. The truth shifts and moves from moment to moment and person to person based on the experiences and choices of their small I, just as it shifts and moves for you.
In ultimate reality, which is the Reality of Source, which is Who You Truly Are, there is only one Truth, and that Truth is Love. You have chosen to leave your awareness of the Truth of Love in order to have the glorious experience of reawakening to it.
Each of your embodiments and sojourns in the small I are part of a grand and adventurous treasure hunt. And what an adventure it is for All of You and All of Us! It's filled with travels, experiences, pirates, lovers, heroes, villains, loss, discoveries, setbacks, joy, pain, laughter, sorrow, and every experience under the Sun. It is the greatest story ever told, and you are at the center of it.
And through it all, slowly, bit by bit, you uncover your precious treasure. You do the research, sift through lies and truths, pinpoint possible locations, explore, and ultimately find its location. Then, you sail the ocean towards where you know the treasure lies, escape pirates, survive storms, roll over gigantic waves, dive into the vast unknown of the sea, dodge the monsters that dwell in the water, search the ocean floor, and brush away layers of sand. Finally, after an epic adventure, there lies something more valuable, beautiful, and magnificent than you could ever have imagined when you embarked on your adventure to uncover it. For it is the ultimate truth of Who You Are, which is Love.
And throughout the adventure, you are all of it. You are David and the villagers. You are the stars and the night sky. You are the truth and the lies. You are the map. You are the ship. You are the ocean. You are the pirates and the storms. You are the waves and the winds. You are the creatures that dwell in its depths. You are ocean floor. You are the currents that carry the sand. You are the sand that covers the treasure. And, you are the treasure. All of it has been there inside of you all this time on your grand adventure to uncover your greatest treasure of all, that you are All That Is, Was, or Ever Will Be.
Yo ho ho! We love you.
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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.