My Beloved Guides have been encouraging me to leave their humour uncensored. I thought their quips were my monkey mind wanting the spotlight. These Blips of Brightness (see, that’s the kind of humour I’m referring to) knew I dropped the humour because I felt it was disrespectful, irreverent or belittling.
No, they want me to leave it in. (The flip side of Flip Wilson: ‘The Angels made me do it.’ ?)
The Guides addressed passé styles of channelling where various “personae” were used to deliver messages. “Psychics” appeared mystical when, in fact, everyone has the ability to tap into the power of their Higher Selves. Many stilted, stiff and obscure messages were delivered.
Apparently, it’s time to take a swift step along the evolutionary path. They have said, “The theme is enlightenment and there’s nothing like a good dose of humour to open ears and let in a little light.”
Then, they took me straight into a whole whack of seriousness:
Soul Dipper: I recently asked a Buddhist friend what she thought of your messaging. She paused for a while, then said, “Oh, I think it’s just you going into your deeper self.”
Beloved Guides: She chose appropriately. You are accessing your Higher Self so this flow of information can take place. You open a door that invites our connection with you – a highly significant step. Can you imagine living with constant, uninvited transmission? This is what causes us to remind everyone to ask for help. Your connection with Source needs your invitation.
Soul Dipper: At times, I don’t remember actually asking for help, but resolution unfolds incredibly. Does Divinity respond to a thought without my saying an actual prayer or invitation? Does a split second thought, for example, bring Divine Assistance?
Beloved Guides: At times of heightened fear, for example, a so-called prayer may simply be your split second thought.
I’ve been thinking about Atheism. Atheists don’t believe in God or Divinity so don’t pray. Yet, I know atheists who are such good people and stay positive throughout their challenges. As one of these friends explained, he practices loving kindness and not because of Buddha or any other form of discipline.
This will grate atheistic belief, but there is no life in existence that does not carry the life force of the Creator, Source, God or whatever name they do not wish to hear.
That pretty much means everything is Source influenced.
That will be an indigestable lump. Does every atheist declare an atheistic belief system for the same reason?
And, what’s the reason?
Fear that they are not masters of their own destiny and design.
Okay, so in the spirit of genuinely wanting to understand, I asked another atheist friend how she described the creation of this planet with all it’s incredulous complexity – with its repetitive simplicity.
“It just happened. It wasn’t because some god commanded it.” she said.
“Do you mean there was an energy behind it happening?”
“No…that’s getting into the god concept again. It just happened.”
I tried one more approach. I said, “You wear a watch. That tells me you accept the concept of time. What’s that? We can’t smell it, see it, taste it, etc etc.”
“Yep. Mankind made up the concept of time just like it made up the concept of a god or a creator.”
So, Beloved Guides, I’m not in the conversion business and I accept they believe what they believe. However, I certainly would feel alone. Talking with atheists show me how much I enjoy your company. However, let’s go back to fear. What fear do they have?
Before answering, have you noticed any one personality trait that the atheists seem to possess?
Yes…I hadn’t thought of it before, but they each express themselves with what’s right or wrong. Life is black or white. Talking to them about any subject, there’s a line they will not cross. It’s as though they’ve rehearsed their line of reasoning well. Either that or they have a few responses that they use for many topics.
Experiences, whether in this lifetime or others, have caused these souls to hold fast to what they believe in. They’ve come through experiences where trusting anyone or anything, human or otherwise, has proven fatal. These souls developed a survival attitude of being completely self-sufficient. Their biggest fear is being reliant on anything other than self.
Does this mean their soul, along with the spark of life that kicked off their embryotic journey into this incarnation, contains all the Love that facilitates their basic and genuine goodness?
They would debate that concept. Their response is that goodness is from the self.
Yes, I’ve heard some say exactly that. I’ve asked what they consider the “core” or “self”. To them it is only their inner being; there is no godness – only goodness.
As previously expressed, they fear that they are not masters of their own destiny and design. In fact, they are masters along with every other human on this planet. They are striving for their masterhood just like everyone, but unlike Source-conscious souls, they have convinced themselves they are alone.
Does that mean atheists seek the company of other atheists?
Like mindedness is welcome but not sought. What if another atheist disagreed with their line of reasoning? That would be a further blow to their beliefs. Atheists feel safe with you. The fact that you ask questions suggests you are, indeed, listening and may even be learning something.
I’m learning lots. The most significant fact is that life is an inside adventure for one and all, no matter the brand or existence of any belief system. Your insights given today, provide a great deal of compassion that I did not have before. Truly, it is not difficult to accept atheists, agnostics or doubters. Everyone of us is where we need to be – for our own very personal reasons. I am aware that my newfound compassion could be perceived as condescension if I attempted to express it to one of my atheist friends.
I have asked, “What if this so-called God is just an all prevailing Energy of Love?” Even that has been unacceptable to my friends. So this clarity is priceless…that question would simply ask another form of surrender. If I asked them about WHO God is…to them it would be another statement THAT God is. Your insights instill acceptance. Thank you.
We delight in bringing The All Loving Source to you. Though difficult for some to grasp, this opportunity empowers us and contributes to our evolutionary growth and contribution.
Addendum: Throughout the editing process this morning, I continuously saw the word count at 1111. I chopped, clarified, and added words so my questioning was less cluttered and wandering. I am not exaggerating when I say that, throughout the process, at least 10 times, the word count ended up being 1111.
In the end, I decided to take photos. I can’t experience this phenomenon alone:
Do we ignore these events or say thanks?
I choose the latter.