No one is in your life by mistake

I came across that expression this morning while browsing and, as you can imagine, it gave me some food for reflection.

What do you think of it, dear Ones?

Think especially about the people that you have happily let go, or that you would like to let go, and see what function they may be serving, or have served, in your life.

How did these folks help us grow, in their own ways?

Feel free to do the same with the ones you cherish, of course.

If you’ve watched the movie Forrest Gump, you know that plenty of people ‘fell’ into Forrest’s life–none of them were ‘mistakes’ and I wouldn’t deny the sprinkling of destiny that blessed his life. In fact, this movie is ‘full of destiny!’

That being said, when I saw these words, I couldn’t help connecting with the year 2004. For some intriguing reason, people or events from that very year seem to resurface since the beginning of 2020. And I can assure you these events or people were not mistakes. Yet, I am only seeing the tip of the iceberg here and still do not know why they are resurfacing.

As synchronicity would have it, I was amazed to read Judith Kusel’s message yesterday, where she mentioned this very same year: 2004.

How mystical!

Happy shifting, dear Ones!


“These are the core souls who have been involved with this planet since the beginning, first in Agartha, the Inner Earth civilization, and then in the later civilizations and mostly in the role of teachers and Higher Guides.  They serve at Universal levels and thus their souls have gained the Universal Knowledge which surpasses anything one can master on planet earth.

These souls have, up to now, lived in relative obscurity for they needed to do so and many of them lived quiet lives in the background, while anchoring in their soul mission and purpose into Mother Earth, especially since 2004.  Some have had immense shifts and thus stepped further into the merging since 2017 and will do so more and more in the next years leading up to 2021 and 2034.”


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About new desert

Nurturing the Gift of Seeking is about a spiritual "destination," a journey within, a new beginning, that eventually takes us where we are meant to arrive. Some call it Home, yet I am not sure what Home means, and where it is. Enjoy the journey, dear Ones! On this journey, what matters, first and foremost, is our seeking spirit. And the seed of perseverance--or faith, if you will. Happy journey, dear fellow Sisters and Brothers!
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