Selacia Council of 12 Message for June 2007: Part II - Location & Your Sacred Place
(1) If you feel that another location would be more suitable than your current home, and you think that you are clear about which specific location is best, check in with your heart and intuitively guided reason and ask questions such as:
How does this location better serve my path of soul?
What are factors I may have neglected to consider, yet which are important?
What role does fear play in the move to this place?
What needs completing where I am before moving there?
What needs researching and putting into motion now related to the new place?
What is the best timing for the move?
Is the move best approached in stages, and if so, what are they?
How long before I will be ready to relocate and what factors determine this?
What can I do to speed up my readiness to move?
Who do I know now, or can come into my life, to help with the move?
What people or factors in my current life could delay the move?
What will I miss most when I leave my current town?
Who (other people/pets) and what (belongings) do I take with me to the new place?
Am I meant to maintain any "base" in the location where I live now; if so, what?
Who do I know in the new place?
How can I grow spiritually there, continuing my service as a light worker?
What are my opportunities there to connect with like minded people?
What opportunities will I have there to continue learning?
Considering my current interests and daily activities, how can I continue them there?
If circumstances warrant a rethinking of my choice, may I be given clear signs?
(2) If you are unclear about the specific city of your relocation, refer to the questions above and ask them about locations that you would likely consider. Remember to listen to your heart at all times. Consider factors such as lifestyle, weather, finances, work, health, and your spiritual path. If you are deciding between two cities, for example, you may want to ask questions about each one to determine which place may be more in alignment with where you want to be headed. One question to ask could be: "how would living in X city allow me to open up more to spirit than living in Y city?" Know that each town has a personality and an energy all its own. Look into what these are for each place to see how the location may be harmonious with your own energy. Research, also, latest projections available about the place (including weather patterns, water supplies, energy costs, population growth, cost of living, demographics, traffic, accessibility, politics, freedoms, and sense of community).
Guidelines for Rethinking How You Live
No matter where you live, it is essential to continue your spiritual growth and to make this a priority. To live as soul in a human body during these times is the answer for living peacefully in the midst of chaos and uncertainty. This way of being is natural and available to anyone. It is your Divine birthright. To access it, you must align your human personality with your soul.
Fears and fear-based thinking must be brought into your conscious awareness. Belief systems that keep you bound to cycles of pain must be cleared at a cellular level. The limiting patterns you hold within you are like yesterday's newspaper – old news. They are not relevant today, yet they influence your responses to people and life situations. These limiting energies cannot continue to be a part of your DNA, or you will be blocked from your wholeness and full soul expression. You will feel and be freer with each layer of falseness that you clear.
To feel more peaceful about where you live, it can be helpful to make a point of feeling gratitude for something in your environment each day. How about the sunshine if you are blessed with pleasant weather? What about the brightly colored red rosebush you see each day you come in and out your front door? And don't forget the park where you love to walk your dog just before sunset.
Even if you plan on moving to another city at some time in the future, you will want to fully utilize all of the gifts of where you are now, for as long as you are there. There is a human tendency to discount the positives of a situation when one is focused on the negative. In the modern society of disposable products and short-lived relationships, people have learned to be dissatisfied with what they have as soon as they learn something "better" is available. This goes for places as well as products and relationships. You can always find people who are leaving your city and people who will tell you that other cities are safer or better in some other way. Use your own discernment.
If you hate your city and can find nothing of redemption there, you will sabotage yourself with a downward spiral of energy. This negative energy not only will keep you locked into the hate, but it will draw more situations for you to hate. You will then take this negativity with you as you settle into a new city. No one in their right mind would want to pack a poison in their moving van and drink it when settled in a new locale. However, you take your conditioned mind with its limiting belief systems everywhere you travel. This means you take along any poison you haven’t discarded before your move.
Therefore, if you realize you have feelings such as anger or blame when you think of where you live now, be willing to investigate the sources of those responses. Perhaps your unresolved dislike of your city has something to do with personal experiences you associate with that place. Examples could be divorce, unemployment, or another challenging crossroads. If you can separate the happenstance from the location where it happened, you can begin to see the big picture more clearly. No place is all bad or all good. These are judgments. Know that your experience of any place is a direct reflection of the inner state of your consciousness. When you change your consciousness, all else around you changes.
When the Road Gets Rocky
For help in staying centered when the road gets rocky, consider the following.
First, surround yourself with things and people reminding you of the sacred. This can include visual and auditory reminders of spirit in your life. Get creative with this and make it fun. Visual reminders can be a colorful altar, a candle, a crystal having meaning to you, or flowers. Auditory reminders can include music that feels sacred to you and sounds that help you connect with a peaceful state. Spend time with people who are positive and who help you connect with your own goodness. If you feel that there are not now enough people like this in your life, focus your intent and prayers on manifesting additional companions. Then pay attention to who shows up in your life, and make an effort to develop and sustain meaningful and reciprocal relationships.
Second, become more mindful of what you take in with your senses. What you see and hear is registered at very subtle levels. People have a tendency to believe they cannot be harmed by the common daily dose of TV and other media. This is a false idea. The world's messages are often panic-oriented and can trigger your own personal fears of doom and gloom. These messages come to you in very ordinary ways, sometimes directly when you see or hear them in real time and other times delivered by others who repeat the day's headlines. Set your intention to be as awake as possible as you take in such messages. Get into the habit of being your own censor of what you will and will not focus on. Avoid mainstream news, especially with visuals, just before sleep. Ahead of sleep, learn to clear your mind of outside influences, worries and thoughts. Invite your higher wisdom to guide you into a peaceful sleep, asking to awaken easily and with greater clarity and peace about the issues of your life.
Third, if you are impacted directly or indirectly by a disaster, remember that your role as a light worker is to take the "high road." A direct impact could be a fire in your backyard or a hurricane destroying your home. An indirect impact could be anything from an earthquake in the city where your family lives, to your intuitive sense that you may personally be affected by a disaster in the not too distant future.
Either way, remember to take that "high road." This is the road of spirit and it is the only road that will get you to the other side of the crisis sanely. Know that you have an ability to do this, even if it appears to be a very grave situation. If you can step back from the situation frequently and go into your heart, you can reach a place of sanity. From that place, you can intuitively know what to do. You can be guided about what to say to others, and when to be silent. You can be shown the appropriate responses that come from love and compassion rather than fear and panic. You can be the wayshower for others who in that moment do not have your wisdom and courage. When you access this kind of wisdom, you will find stability.
The energy of this stability will then automatically broadcast out from you in a way that helps others. This is how you can help.
As you continue the journey of rediscovering your Divine nature, we surround you with our love and blessings. We are The Council of 12.
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