Awakening to Our Radiant Presence and shining forth during the darkness of our separation is not an easy task but a necessary one.
It can be devoid of color yet still remind us that We are so much more than these small beings on a magically abundant planet.
We are a part of that magic and have withstood so much to be present, right here and right now.
Let us give Thanks and Praise for every moment… even when the shadows of our past appear and feel as if they are enclosing us in a fog of misunderstanding.
For in these moments where all appears to be infringing upon our joy and freedom, we may begin to see the patterns of our lives through which we have held ourselves prisoner.
It is these streams of consciousness so deeply buried beneath the busyness of Life and which have been held under lock and key that are the cause of Our deep inner unsettledness.
The process of “social distancing” will begin to open the gateways of Our Hearts and perhaps the tear ducts will flow, at first in small and intermittent streams. For we have limited access to anyone else’s energy to distract us.
During this process We get an opportunity to reach deep within ourselves and truly see where we have forgotten our connection to the amazing gift that Life in a Human body offers us. There is nowhere else where We can experience all that is offered for us to co-create in physical form.
Yes many of us have illness, disease, chronic pain, birth anomalies and many mental or emotional issues to deal with. Yet, during this span of time We are moving through, let us put aside the fears which arise within us.
Remembering who We truly are as the offspring of Our Divine Mother – Father God, knowing and recognizing each other as part of the Whole Of Creation.
I offer you these words…
May We who are the children of the Divine
remember the true gifts of our birth…
to be the representation of Grace
in all of Our words, actions and deeds
May each of us honor this Presence
by knowing and receiving Grace
first within Our own Hearts
allowing it to heal all of our wounds
Finding that in Our acceptance
the sharing and caring of others
becomes easier and more light-hearted
which connects us all, even at a distance
Charlie Riverman Bergeron 3.26.20