I have been shown over and over again the process by which we communicate in the spirit world. And now i am finding it more difficult to have meaningless conversation in this 3D reality. It is as if there is nothing you can say in this language that is of any eternal signigance.
The birds, the trees, the sky, the wind and the rest of our natural world carries all the information we will ever need to know in a soft and loving caress when we listen to the quiet callings of the heart.
I started out this life’s journey not being very vocal. I don’t know why, but i just could not express myself in words.
I was a silent child, not because i was intimidated by my parents. If any thing i had a benign early childhood. It was later on in prepuberty which lasted for what seemed like an eternity, that i found myself being ostrasized and teased for being smaller than anyone else. I was still under 100 lbs in my senior year of high school.
I grew finally and with that physical growth cycle came an ability to communicate with people on most any topic. I became a voracious reader, swallowing as much as i could of literature and science and especially anything remotely metaphysical. The more i read the more i wanted to read unless it was mundane fiction. I even read my fill of that.
Today i feel saturated with information and almost feel a need to clear the cache of useless information. Sometimes i feel our culture has created a condition whereby the static in our minds prevents us from acessing anything that the creator/universe is urgently trying to get thru to us that may guide us along a smoother more fulfilling path in this life.
The animal kingdom senses when nature is striving to rebalance the forces on the planet thru the ongoing earth changes in the form of tsunami, earthquakes, hurricanes and other life altering occurances. They have that extra sense that has been deleted from the program by modern life. This is not the case with most indigenous peoples who live close to nature.
I am still struggling to learn to listen to the quiet callings of the heart and mitigate the mental chatter as much as i can. Here’s to thinking less and being more.