A Channeled Message from The Guides:
“I am into the spirit of the season.” This is a popular refrain this time of your year. Why?
The spirit is there or here always. So why seemingly more now?
For some it is strong for a month or so, some for several days or even less, but virtually, every person has moments of clarity when they are in the most direct contact with Source, even if this is not their intent. But, it is an involuntary reaction to the shear volume of vibration that permeates the universe—more of all that is good, less of what is evil, more attention to loved ones, more forgiveness, less anger and resentment. All these things are of benefit, but there is only a window of time that people put aside personal and petty nonsense and focus on spirit, which portrays itself in the form of selfless giving.
Is this good and should this be the formula for all the year?
Sounds great, does it not?
Well in actual truth, it works for a time, but a limited time and even the attempts to increase the amount of time in this season is met with doubt. So for a time it works, but for all time it will fail.
So what instead?
After seven days your calendar flips anew—from your 25th day in this month, seven days hence it starts anew. What then?
On the new day of the new year it becomes a time of personal reflection and a commitment to change of a personal nature. Why? Because of the nature of the influence of the spirit of the previous season and this is exactly how it should be. Why?
(I asked if this is a modern vibration or did this vibration also exist within cultures of antiquity.)
This is now the dominant vibration. Past vibrations were almost always culturally based and within a narrow geographical location. As time has improved global communication and borders have widened, it has become a popular global vibration. While before this, all cultures had similar folklore, but with differences that would reflect their culture and beliefs. We, however, would like to focus on this time and vibration.
Let us continue…
Be the one. Be that which changes first your world, then the world as a whole. By improving the individual during the season of the spirit, give unselfishly, but the rest of the year, beginning after the seventh day after the 25th day, it again becomes the self. To be the best individual gives in a more profound way because giving a little will change a few people for a short time, but the development of the individual and the intellect that belongs to the individual may change the world.
For those that attempt to force change through violence would better serve the entire planet if they used their time to discover remedies to the problems for which they say they are against and are willing to club others over the head to reach their ends.
The best person you can be is the individual that you wish to be and you strive to be with no distractions. Find “I” and understand the significance of “I.” “I” is the great individual within.
Since so many people around the globe are enjoying the season of what Christmas (and other celebratory and giving holidays) bring during this time of the year, we cannot help but be affected by the overall vibration of humanity at this powerful time. We are touched by it. Soak in this vibration. Bask in its joy. Allow yourself to enjoy what this season and the holidays represent and enjoy the act of selfless giving.
When the new year arrives and our calendar starts again, make 2020 your focus for stepping into your greatest self. For when we step into our greatness or at least strive for that, we will affect even more people than those we only chose to give to during the holiday season. Instead, now, we bring our greatness into the world at large. Then, we have the ability to affect even more of humanity by our mere presence and showing up within the world. Be the change within the world you seek by truly being you!
Thank you for another year of service.
All that you do, is much appreciated.
And renewed strength in 2020 to you and yours.
Hi Bruce. Thank you very much for your kind thoughts and regards.
This is beautiful, uplifting and enlightening. Many thanks to the Guides and to you, Karen, and Rodney.
You are very welcome, Cathy!