My beloved Guides, I have a bunch of requests today. First, please deliver summer. What a shivery morn on my patch of glorious globe. Thank goodness the weather has no effect on your presence.
It’s a joy to be with you. We are pleased with your summer agenda. Thank you for keeping in good shape. Our connection and communication is enhanced.
I love my morning walks and the hikes I share with friends. My house is being painted by a poor university student who is headed for a PhD in Economics – starting with my bank account. Feels great to see the improvement on my home. Plus I’m having extensive work done by a dentist who seems determined to father many children. So please influence the stock market so I can pay these lads.
Just as your activities cause you delight, world events will continue to bring delight to the nations. As said in earlier communication, there will be more. As humans around the planet can now be heard, hearts awaken other hearts. This seemingly simple step is critical to the Transformational process. Positive statements, heard by others, vibrate with familiar frequency. Consciousness is raised, stimulating an ever-growing desire for positive change and effort.
Hearing a plea from goodness creates courage. Hearing words spoken from the heart prompts support, not defense.
For this reason, it is essential that souls hear their mind chatter and transform negativity immediately. Over many centuries, the positive voices on your planet have been overrun by negativity. Now, we are free to support all in transforming negativity. Instead of overrun, our desire is to ‘overlove’ with positive energy.
Sometimes when we think we are being positive, we are actually making mistakes. Sometimes we just need to mind our own business.
Please give an example.
The other morning, on my walk along a country road, I decided that Nature better gather a fresh stash of gold stars. I plan to be a better pupil. Like so many people in the world, I’ve been busy too long. I decided that Nature now has my attention. It can teach me basics that the world has forgotten.
At the end of that thought, a movement caught my eye. I stopped and watched a small mass struggling to cross the road. Without my glasses, I could only see a fat, malformed bumblebee seemingly in distress. It swayed from side to side, circled in a zigzag circumference, then stopped in the middle of the road. I quickly grabbed my glasses from the case. Somehow this poor bumblebee had to be escorted to safety.
Glasses on, I bent over the large ball of fluff. “Oh God! What is this?”
A honeybee straddled itself over the back of the bumblebee. It clung tight enough to render the bumblebee’s wings useless. I couldn’t tell if the honeybee was stinging the bumblebee, but I could see the bumblebee was fatigued.
“I have to get this mean little snot off your back, Mr. Bumblebee.” I said. I grabbed both pieces of the empty case for my glasses. Carefully, I used the pieces to separate the two bees without hurting them or me. I felt such compassion for the bumblebee and disgust for the cruelty of the honeybee.
Suddenly the bumblebee was free. The honeybee then clung to my glasses case. I could sense its fury. The bumblebee, after a slight hesitation as though catching its breath, managed to take off and fly awkwardly away. The honeybee would not let go. I shook it off my case and it came back. After I used a few Zorro moves, it gave up and flew away.
Though I felt satisfied that I settled a bee crisis, the affair did not sit well with me. Neither of these bees are aggressive by nature. I had not heard of this sort of activity.
When I got home, I phoned my friend who is a Pest Control agent. After I described the experience, Larry said, “I’ve never heard of this sort of thing either. Let me explore some internet sites.”
A while later, he came back with a site that explained the whole scenario.
Sometimes, honeybees find themselves having to defend the hive from other insects. The occasional bumble bee might smell the honey and decide to investigate. If it enters the hive, the honeybees do not kill it, but simply repel it from their home. It may take several honeybees to overpower a huge bumble bee but they accomplish the task with the usual organization and efficiency one might expect. After removing the bumble bee from the hive, they will drop it a distance away and then return to their assigned tasks. If the bumble bee is foolish enough to return for another try, the honeybees expel it again, this time taking it farther from the hive and dropping it. A persistent bumble bee may return several times and each time it does, the honeybees carry it farther away from the hive to be dropped until, eventually, the bumble bee gives up.
So, my Beloved Guides, in all my gallantry, I was defending the invader. I thought I was doing Nature such a big favour rescuing this marvelous creature. Meanwhile, a honeybee was gently, but determinedly, teaching a much bigger bee to stay away. No stinging, no attacking, just a determined effort and message that the hive was out of bounds.
I am humbled. The very moment I made a lofty decision to learn from Nature, an opportunity presented itself. Full of arrogance, I butted in thinking I knew what was happening. I was not even needed. It was a perfect opportunity for this human to mind her own business.
It seems your request was fulfilled.
It sure was.
We suspect you earned one of Nature’s golden stars.
Many thanks, my Guides. I have one more question for you. Can you make sure the world’s nations learn from our honeybees?
We send you Love from All There Is knowing there will be an abundance of opportunities for all to learn. We thank everyone for being less busy and watching Nature mind its own business.