Purifying our hearts and minds

Dear Ones,

This week’s invitation might be a little circumvoluted. I wanted to talk about fears and negative thoughts (yesterday) and ended up today aiming for the presence of Divine Consciousness—which is within all of us, in infinite measure.

As a follow-up theme to last week’s discussion, I initially wanted to explore more deeply those “emotionally-charged areas” mentioned below.

“Most people are quite self-occupied, living in the realm of their own making. But when a Buddha comes along, the charged areas you have managed to hide can get quite a workout. You find out where they are and hopefully are motivated to heal them. Thus, you say “thank you!””

What are these charged areas, for each of us, and where do they come from?

And what do they bring to the surface of our lives?

We cannot decently hope to make progress on the spiritual path unless we ruthlessly scrutinize what comes out of our minds and hearts.

Fears is one of these areas where it is important to venture. Identifying their nature can only help to resolve the “puzzle of the mind.” And then we can let them go—or purify them—for good.

One fear that has been sticking solidly lately is the fear of lack and it is hard—for my mind—to identify where it is coming from; possibly from one or two lives that I recently unearthed.

Another one that has been mentioned to me on Sunday is the fear of separation—separation from the Divine, that is. Honestly, I had only the vaguest idea as to why and how it manifests. And my mind decided to start investigating.

This morning, however, I decided to let go of the questioning and aim for the heart, where Divine Love resides.

I was then reminded of two instances or words that I heard lately. The first ones are from Master Djwhal, when he said.

“The journey from the mind to the heart is the longest one.”

Yet it is certainly one that is worth taking if we are to reside in Divine Consciousness.

The second one came from a post by the Arcturian group, and it echoes very well what I just wrote.

What a nice way to (sort of) jump back into my feet!

“It is very important that you learn to let negative thoughts and feelings flow through and out without claiming them to be personally yours simply because you are aware of them. The hundreds of negative thoughts and beliefs that float about in collective consciousness are always impersonal because they are not reality–Divine Consciousness. The moment you claim them as yours, they become yours and then begin to draw to you similar energy.

The only qualities that are personal to you are those of Divine Consciousness. Begin to claim these qualities rather than every three-dimensional belief about money, health, spirituality etc. that comes floating into your awareness from the collective.

If you find that some similar negative thought seems to consistently present itself, it means you are somehow in alignment with that energy, drawing it to you. Use the experience to discover and clear the beliefs that are behind the consistent thought. A good example is a person who always thinks and worries about their health and who automatically comes down with whatever disease is popular at the moment.”


And the Creator’s post this morning felt like a cherry on the cake—explaining the pressure I have been feeling in the past few days.

With the arrival of the most recent energy, some of you may actually be questioning your sanity. (Smiling) The reality of this situation is that you are being given yet another opportunity to clear your deep darks, the niggling things sitting deep in your psyche that may keep you from moving forward. This is a definitive invitation from The Universe to examine, thank and release. Without them, you would not be where you are today. In letting them go, you will be able to find a deeper peace within. ~ Creator


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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