June 2, 2002

Samuel: Well, greetings, dear.

Greetings, Samuel.

S: How are you?


S: And is that good enough? Excited. Oh, very nice. Even nicer. Good.

[…] and I feel good. I feel focused.

S: I’m glad to hear it. Hold on to it. Do not let it go. Let it build. Let it build. And then we’ll use it.

This has been a time of transition in a whole lot of ways, hasn’t it? A time in which you have been, not only personally experiencing a lot of change, but you have, by the vehicle of those changes, been rearranging a whole lot of your life and a whole lot of your belief systems. I would even go so far as to say that over the last few weeks, you have been specifically finding yourself dying and being born. I did not say again. And I want you to think about that a bit.

This is a month in which one of the great spiritual holidays—holy days—comes about. And it is . . . ?

Matthew’s, Lillibeth’s and my birthday.

S: Say that again.

Matthew’s, Lillibeth’s and my birthday.

And my two grandchildren.

S: And how many of you have birthdays this month? Many of you. Aye. And many of you on that same day?


S: All right, but there are other holidays as well. Other high, holy days.

Summer solstice.

S: Such as the summer solstice. Now, what’s the solstice about?

The longest day of light.

S:  One thing that it is for this end of the world is, it’s the longest day of light. Now, just stop for a moment. It’s the longest day of light. And throughout centuries humanity has looked at the cycles of the seasons, they have looked at the length of days, they have looked into the sky around them, and they have used those powerful, meaningful moments as signals and symbols, which even now are workable for you.

This age, however, the summer solstice means some different things than it did a few hundred and certainly a couple of thousand years ago. And not only in this age, but right now at this upcoming solstice it has even more meaning, it means even more.

Your world is changing. Now, the good news is your world is constantly changing. If your world was not changing, you would be dead. If you were not changing, sure enough, you would be long dead. Of course, you still change a bit even . . . all right, never mind.

Over the last few years, you have been moving toward change, and in your life in many, many different ways you have been exhibiting the smaller versions of these greater changes. Within the last couple of years, you have probably been experiencing more change in fewer areas. Now, let me say that again in a slightly different way. In the last couple of years, you may have noticed that you keep getting the same stuff drilled into you, over and over and over.

It might have shown up to you as physical. It might show up to you as mental, your belief systems are being changed. Your view of yourself is being changed—I certainly hope. Your trust in what you know has been changing. And, to be very frank with you, I hope that it has been changing to such a way that you are not more confident about what you know, but you are becoming more aware of all you don’t know. Really. It’s a very small mind that knows all there is to know.

And to have an open mind in combination with an open heart, you come to constantly realize there is that which you don’t know about. Something new to learn, hopefully to reach toward, to move with. Maybe something new to be aware of to bring about change with. These are good things, very good things.

As a whole, you may be finding that your spiritual experience is changing. And I would say again: if it’s not, you’re dead. Oh, you might be sitting, your heart might be beating, you might be breathing, but if your spiritual experience is not constantly changing, expanding, you are dead, aren’t you?

And as your spiritual self is changing, as it is growing, maybe you come to the point where you realize it’s not so much that it’s actually expanding as it is that you are becoming more aware. It’s not so much that what is asked is different; it’s that you are becoming more aware. It’s not that the rules have changed and all of a sudden you have what I like to call instant karma, as if that’s not a familiar thing. As if that’s not something that is a regular aspect of spiritual experience. Your awareness of the cause and effect happening, one right after the other that way, is because you are aware of it.

Your spiritual relationships are also changing, and as is so often the case in the world, they change because your awareness changes. Your relationships change because you constantly see and experience what you know is so.

And many, many with whom I work across this world have been having a very hard, powerful, perhaps, could be a word to use, needy—not needy, needful, is very needed. Not needy. Oops. –experience as well of seeing themselves in a new light.

As long as the way that you learn, as long as the way that you make change in your life, is by having something bad, sad, difficult, hard, come your way, as long as you are amongst those who believe that no pain means no gain, as long as there is a piece of you—or a piece of those you hang out with, because you’re not only what you think, you are also what those you spend your time with think, by the way.

My hope is that you are coming to a point in which you are finding that what you know about you is changing for the better. And I have a little secret about spiritual experience in this world. Spiritual experience in this world is not measured by the chills and thrills, the flights at night that you take when you’re dreaming or when you’re meditating—as every holy child of the light does every night before they go to bed—it’s not measured by the amount of time you spend at Phoenix—may be. It’s measured by your love.

And in your life over the last few months, I will tell you—hopefully you would tell it to me if I were to ask you, meaning that you know it—but in your life over the last few months, I will tell you, you have been learning about love, with and without the blinders, as a force of action, as a force of waiting. And if you were to look at your life over the last few months and you were to think, “All right, Samuel says that this is a pattern that has to do with love,” what is it about love you have been learning?

Summer is a lovely time at your end of the world. Summer is a time in which you have so much growth all around you. Here, in this end of your country, you have springtime and then you have summer, and summer becomes an opportunity in which, perhaps out of the ancient memories of your childhood—no matter how old you are—you think of summer as a time that is more relaxing, a time in which you’re going have more opportunity to play. And part of that is because the days are longer. You’ve got more light for a longer period of time. There is more opportunity for you to do what it is you have determined you will do on that day.

Summer is also a time in which three-quarters, I would say, of the lessons and issues that have to do with relationships come your way. Look at your life. Look back on it. Tonight, tomorrow, make a note to yourself that you’re going to stop and think about highlights—maybe some low lights—of relationships. And think about when. And that’s because energy as a whole—again, in this end of the world. What end of the world am I talking about? Right here in Kentucky? No.

The western half.

The top half.

S: The top half. [Laughs]

The Northern Hemisphere.

S: Yes, the Northern Hemisphere. And what’s going on in the southern?


S: Winter. Now, this one isn’t as hard as it might seem at first. What’s the difference between summer and winter?

The amount of light.

S: The amount of light is a very big one in there. What else?

Being active. Being at rest.

S: There is more of a tendency during the winter for that which is around you and growing to be at rest. It might be that it is hibernating. It might be that it is simply renewing its resources in order that it might grow when things are a bit better. Is that not almost human for you there? I will wait until things get better before I choose to grow.

The difference between summer and winter. The light. The nature of the life force, what it’s doing and what its focus is. What else?


S: Temperature. Sure. Sure. And every one of these is something that you can use to pay attention to the summer and the winter in your own life. The amount of light is often recognized by the amount of shadow that comes with it.

When you are getting ready to plant a garden, what is it that you look for? Soil and light. You want it to be able to thrive. Some plants thrive in full sun; some do very poorly in full sun. You need to know what it is that’s needed for that plant to grow.

In your own life, time in which you are hibernating, time in which you are hoarding your energy, waiting for that time you are going to be able to dance and fly, you are storing the energy that will be needed later on.

This particular summer solstice, in very, very many ways, is a solstice in which your relationships—as I have been saying to you throughout this year—your relationships are going to become very, very clear. And the very first, most important relationship that is there is your relationship with yourself, which is a reflection of your relationship with Source. It’s not the relationships outside of that. It’s that which you are and its reflection.

So I want to take a few moments tonight to talk to you a bit about cleaning up your relationships. I want to take a few moments, because if you are not functioning in growth, if you are not fulfilling your potential, if you are not doing what you are here to do, it will show up in your relationships.

I want to talk to you about it because your relationship that is about your connection with Source, and the bond you have as Source here in this world, is reflected in the relationships that you have with others. What you believe you can have and cannot have with Source is reflected in what you have and don’t have in this world.

And, finally, because all of the changes that you have been working with over the last few years, for some of you—few lifetimes for some of you, few months for others—these changes have all been working toward the opportunity that is available to your world this very month. A massive change in the nature of creation energy in this world is coming to you. And relationships are the usual way through which you recognize creation energy.

Quick example for that: for those of you who can remember, think about when you realized you were in love. Did it make you feel good? Did you find you had extra energy? Stay up all night. Write poetry you hope nobody ever finds. The beauty that you see in the world makes you want to try to paint. Relationships are a doorway. And you are moving into that doorway—a very, very important one.

So, tonight some of you may realize that I’m doing an interesting sort of thing. Before we end tonight, if you think you know what it is I’m doing, brag on me. All right.

This is what I want you to be looking for over these next few weeks. This is what you can look at in your life. When you look back on your relationships and when you want to know, What did I do right? What could I have done differently? you are going to find your answers in this grouping that I’m giving you.

I want you to remember that we are talking tonight—and the first thing I want you to remember is that I said, “We are talking tonight”—we are talking tonight on several levels. That’s me and you, not me and me and me and me, me and you are talking tonight on several levels. Work to let your mind play ping-pong. Let it bounce from this level of what I’m speaking about to this level of what I’m speaking about. Let it go from personal relationships to work relationships to intimate relationships to your awareness of your spiritual experiences, and your awareness of your physical experiences, because all of these can come together and bond under this list of awarenesses that I’m going to be talking about.

And with it all, I want you, please, to remember to keep thinking about the shadow. And I don’t want the night to end without talking to you a bit about light so bright that the shadow is clear. All right.

Stuart and Frank, help me there. All right.

Once upon a time, there were—oh, let’s see—how about two raccoons. Aye. Lovely little creatures, aren’t they? Many of you had much opportunity to be around raccoons up close?


S: Some of you have. Aye. And did you like it?



S: No, yes. Why did you not like it?

Because they’re very destructive.

Because they were waiting for us to go to bed. We were camping, and they were waiting to come to take all our food away. Little glowing eyes that were staring at us.

S: And you knew that that was what they were doing. They were just waiting for you to slip up so that they could go and take your food.

I might be projecting. [Laughter] But they were there the night before, so that’s how I knew.

S: And had they taken your food?

They tried.

S: They did not take your food.

No, they didn’t, but if the containers weren’t on tight enough, they would have.

S: So you don’t think that it’s possible that just, perhaps, they were a part of the advance party going around to all of the campers, and letting them know, “You’ve got to have all of your lids on very, very tightly, because the bears are coming.” Well, you never know. You never know. Sometimes things aren’t exactly the way that you’re presuming it is. It’s always possible. Who else did not like raccoons? Cathy.

It’s not that I didn’t like them. I didn’t trust them. They’re a feral animal. They’re very adorable, and your instinct is to want to feed them, but they’re very loud and have sharp teeth, and they don’t have a good temper.

S: They are wild, they have sharp teeth, they don’t have a good temper. You cannot really trust them.

They wear a mask. I wouldn’t trust them.

S: All right. And they wear a mask so that you never really know who they are. You may regret you said that, Martin. Anybody ever hold them and touch them, and did not like it?

Oh, I liked it.

S: Oh, sure, everybody’s different up close. You actually get it up next to you, it’s all right. But from a distance, they’re just rowdy little bothers. Destructive. That’s the second or third time you’ve said that, love. Now talk to me about destructive raccoons.

Well, down at . . .

S: If I had said skunks, would it have been different?

Actually, yes.

S: All right. So we’ve got raccoons.

When we were camping with the children where I used to work, down at Mammoth Cave, they actually—they have opposable thumbs, and that’s why they can do so many things that we can do.

S: A raccoon has an opposable thumb. I think we must be thinking of different creatures then.

Well, they can take […] lids off, and . . .

They go on the internet, they do all sorts of things.

But they broke into the van.

S: They’re cat-like, yes?


S: About [indicating size with hands], aye.

Yes, they ate a week’s worth of food. There’s probably . . .

S: A week’s worth. Hope there were a lot of them.

There are probably raccoons at Natural Bridge that still have diarrhea, because they ate thousands of Oreo cookies. And she’s right.

S: Some of you hiding around as raccoons these days? Is that it?

And she’s right about them hanging out and waiting for you to go to sleep.

S: They can hang because they have opposable thumbs.

And one stole my purse, and started running down the path with it, and I started after him and when I started gaining on him, he stopped and started taking everything out to see what he wanted.

S: Well, I don’t know, Joy, I think it seems like most of your relationships, don’t you?

All of them.

S: Any of you actually like raccoons? A few of those. Stuart, you like them.

No, that was your thirty-minute mark.

S: Oh, thank you, love. Steven, you liked them.

I had a wonderful raccoon as a pet.

S: A pet raccoon.

His name was Mickey. He would ride around on my shoulders.

S: Mickey the raccoon.

He would eat dog food with the dog, room with the dog. He was great.

Maybe he identified with him.

S: Did he know he was a raccoon and not a dog?

He knew that he was a raccoon when his hormones kicked in, and he took off.

S: You’d had him from a tiny kit, yes? Aye. Tell me what he looked like. How did you know him from the other raccoons?

He smiled. There weren’t many raccoons around even though we were in the country. I knew him because he came to me, he was domesticated, for all practical purposes, until he found women.

S: Are you worried about your sons now? Don’t forget the raccoons. Janet, was the same raccoon?

As what?

S: Well, you said that you like raccoons.

Yes, I like raccoons. We didn’t have a pet raccoon, but we had raccoons when we went camping that we saw, and all that, and I was always trying to catch them.

S: Wait! Just a moment here. You went camping and you did not see them as menacing creatures, waiting around to steal your food?

No. We kept our food in our truck-camper.

S: How about your purse?

I don’t remember carrying a purse back then.

S: Maybe some of these people were just actually out luring the raccoons.

We would try and catch them for pets, but […]

S: Joy says that they would have hurt you. I think that there are people in here who would say that was not true, that they had been around raccoons that did not hurt you. That they had been around raccoons that just waited at the edge of the campsite drooling occasionally. Or that they had no ill will toward them, and as a result, they found them to be nice creatures. No harm done.

Well, I’ve seen them at Natural Bridge, and none of them had ever […].

S: And what I’m about to say right now is one of those things I love to do when we are together, because, you see, when we are together, your mind works differently. You’ve noticed that, haven’t you? It’s one of the fun things about being together this way. It does too work. She says, It works differently—it doesn’t work!

You’re able to think about more things. When I ask you a question: “Put on your child head and remember when you were four,” you do, you remember when you were four, nearly every time.

Well, what I want you to do now is think about what came to your mind when I talked about raccoons, and I want you to realize that that’s what you think of in regard to relationships. Usually what you feel you must do. So, Martin, sorry about that mask now?

He doesn’t come for months and months, and then I start teasing him just right off. Forgive me, love. Some things never change, and I am the one.

And, in reality, I could have said most anything and it would have worked just as well, because in your life everything reflects on your life. Now, that’s a very, very powerful spiritual understanding. I’ll say it again. In your life everything is a reflection of your life. What did I mean by that? Especially if you can put it into relationship to raccoons. Aye.

I think that you’re saying, for example, if I see a raccoon as soft, furry and wanting to be near it, even though I really don’t know it, then that’s maybe the way I see people I don’t know. That’s the way I want to be around them. To be, maybe, pleasing at first.

S: And even if it’s not possible for you to see it exactly that clearly, you might simply recognize that you’re not initially afraid. Your initial response isn’t no. Yes, that’s a very good example.

In your relationships, are you always protecting your food? Now, I may not be exactly meaning that stuff you put in your mouth and let run through your body—for some of you more quickly than others. What feeds you? What feeds you in your life? And when you are in a relationship, do you fear that that will be lost? Do the other persons in your life constantly run off with your purse?

Not always.

S: Now, what could that one be saying? Run off with your purse. Well, it could be money. It could very obviously be money, sure enough.

Not where I’m concerned.

S: But Lisa said, “It could be security.”

Your identity.

S: Could be identity. Good, those were the two I was looking for, right there. Do you submerge yourself? Do you find yourself just a few paces behind, letting them lead the way, because they have everything you want and need? “Come back, it’s my purse! I must have it.”

Do you find that you are willing to patiently raise it up and tame it and, when the wild calls it back, let it go? Maybe I should say that one again for the few of you who are going through that as we speak. Do you find that you are so willing to give it a try, to let it happen, to open the door of your heart to this incredibly interesting, wildly stimulating, creature? And you give it your time, and you give it your attention, and you give it your love, and when nature begins to call, it reverts right back. Can you let it go?

Your relationships are a reflection of what you know about you. Your relationships with an intimate partner, a relationship with Source, a relationship with your children, it’s a reflection of what you know about you. And that is to say that the most important thing that is needed to be brought into the light, within these next few weeks, within your life as a whole, always, but particularly in these next few weeks, is awareness. Awareness. Do not run from awareness about you. It’s not about the other person. It’s not about getting to know them more. It’s about accepting yourself more.

You do not accept what you do not know, and what you do not understand, you cannot know. Your awareness of you. Not the awareness of who you were five years ago, five months ago, five days, minutes ago, not who you are now, what you want now. What you’re willing to do to get what you want. Awareness.

The second thing that’s needed in a relationship, and certainly a relationship with yourself, and so one more thing that’s going to be coming up in the next few days, is a very strong awareness of how much harmony and balance you have in your life or don’t have.

Now this one’s a tricky one, because humans are infinitely, amazingly, incredibly—give me a few more. Astoundingly.


S: Stunningly—good at justification. Because you function, more often than not, out of a need for security, you justify every decision you make based upon your security needs. When your security is based on your food, and your purse, and your clothes, and your house, and your car, and your . . . the stuff of the world, when your security is based upon who likes you and how many people you can—nice word—love this week, or when your security is based . . . Aye, you got it, every one of you did, you knew where I was going there, and you got it: When your security is based on that which is outside of you, then what you’re going to be seeking in relationships is something that fills that space for you. They make me feel beautiful, because I did not feel it on my own. They make me feel smart and funny. This person makes me feel rich, abundant, because they indulge my whims. When your security is met outside of yourself, you are never going to have a relationship that touches the truest part of your heart. That’s a promise, and it’s a curse.

When your security is based upon recognition of your connections with Source, then you cannot be harmed. You do not lose. And that makes you free to accept what is, rather than constantly trying to create something new out of that person so that they can better fill your needs and give you what you think you have to have. Balance within and without. Awareness. Balance. A relationship.

And again, what you are going to be seeing over the next few weeks is how much compassion you do and don’t have. Compassion very often is a misunderstood commodity. What do you think of when you think of compassion? Let me change that: What do you think the world thinks of when they think compassion? What is compassion?

Sometimes they think weakness.

S: All right, that’s true, unfortunately. Or they think that it’s sympathy. Compassion means sympathy. And, of course, it doesn’t at all.

Fixing the problem.

S: Compassion can also mean running to the rescue, and fixing what’s not working.

And compassion can mean to the world hurting as much as those for whom you have compassion.

S: Aye. Aye. When you watch the news and cry, that means you have compassion. Might. Might not. Might just mean that, like the raccoon, nature is calling. That was hormonal variations causing you to get emotionally involved in things that are not a part of your emotional make up.

Compassion. What is compassion in your world? I said out in the world compassion is very often . . . what is it on a spiritual note? Yes.

At one level, simply a recognition that we’re all connected and we’re all one.

S: On every level. Right there. Right there, first time. Go to the head of the class. Exactly right.

Compassion is what happens to your thoughts when your heart is centered in the recognition that we are all one. It’s moving beyond that outside stuff. It’s not being connected in to your own fears. At least, it’s not letting them run you. Compassion is the result of recognizing the common bond of Source in all of life force.

And the more aware you are of that bond, the more profound an effect it has on you. But, darlings, if that compassion is keeping you from being able to function in the real world, it’s not compassion. It’s indulgence. Compassion is a very high-level function of love.

When you are in a relationship and you are going into it with awareness, balance and compassion, you have right there—anybody figured it out?

The ABCs.

S: Say it again.

The ABCs of relationships.

S: Now what’s remarkable about that? I knew the ABCs. I thought that was pretty good. I liked it. I thought it would be a great surprise for you. All right.

Yes, ultimately it is the ABCs of establishing healthy relationships in your life. Did you get that? Good. And it’s what you are going to be finding coming up in your life, what you are going to be finding comes up in your life repeatedly over the next few weeks, because it is these three major . . . what? Major . . .


S: . . . functions of love that are going through change in your life right now.

Now, I’m going to shift gears and come back to that in a moment, because I said I wanted to talk to you about the shadow. In the summer, the solstice is an ancient recognition of the sun at its height. It is, cosmically speaking, also a great doorway in this end of your world. In what you call the Northern Hemisphere, which may or may not be the one on top—I liked that though, it’s a good picture. Come, darling, you be the Northern Hemisphere tonight. All right. Oh well, these go out on video, don’t they? Some do and some don’t. All right.

Do you have a preference?

S: Well, I’m happy for it to. It’s very important information, actually.

Or did you mean northern or southern? Not going there. No, you see, Jean asks that because she is responsible for them getting out into your . . .

The video.

S: . . . into your cable televisions. There you go. All right. Where were we going there? Bring that one back.

Northern Hemisphere.

S: It is a recognition of the ancients of that cosmic doorway. A time in which the energy of the Solar Lord for this dimension is putting out its highest and greatest cycle of energy itself, because everything cycles in energy outside of pure Source function. Everything.

In the Southern Hemisphere, while that energy is just being poured out, poured out, poured out, what’s happening in the south?

It’s winter.

S: Well, it’s in the winter or the shadow, actually. It’s in the shadow.

In your life, you have those things that you are working on that are at the top of your mind, those things that you think are what you need to be aware of, what you need to balance, where you need to bring compassion into your life. And those are the ones that are a part of the light, those are the ones, those are going to be the messages you get. They’re going to be the ones that smack you in the face and say, Pay attention here.

Usually, that’s because they hurt. That’s your choice. Start now training the Universe that you don’t have to hurt to get it.

And while this hemisphere is soaking up the sun, taking the awareness, spiritually speaking, into their own hearts, and bringing awareness into their life, so the Southern Hemisphere, at the same time, is in the shadow. And, of course, you know that that means they’re in the darkness and that they are evil. Right? Thank you.

You know that seeking the light is what must be constantly done, because humans are so very weak that without being told very specifically “Go to the light, Joyous,” she will immediately start looking for the dark, you think? Because you know in weakness of the human experience, seeking that which is easiest is most likely, and it’s so much harder to seek the light that it’s easy to seek the dark. You know these things.

That’s why you think the raccoons are going to eat your food and destroy your camp, and get into all of your . . . that’s why you see the world as difficult and painful. It’s why your awareness is not about yourself, why the balance is not found in your own life and why the compassion does not work outside of your own limitations of family: because it’s so much easier to function without a spiritual focus.

And if you’ve bought that, I highly recommend you go to the Service Counter and demand your money back.

Some of you are just more awake than others. That’s all there is to it.

If you bought that, you made a mistake. The shadow is not the absence of light. The shadow is not the absence of light. It is simply marking that something’s gotten in the way. That’s a really big difference.

In your life, particularly those of you who are blessed or cursed—depending upon how you see it—with schooling in psychology and psychotherapy and things like that, those of you who have done that have probably gotten all sorts of information about studies of the shadow. Yes. The Shadow knows. And, ultimately, it’s thought of as that for which you are in denial, that which you are not aware of, perhaps, but still act in spite of. That which . . . what? What’s shadow in those languages?

The parts of yourself you don’t own or feel connected to.

S: Perfect. Parts of yourself that you don’t own or feel connected, perhaps because you don’t want to. Often, it’s associated with those things you’re ashamed of, failures in your life. Things that you just don’t get. You have hit over the head with it so many times that now it’s not a two-by-four, it’s a four-by-eight. Is there an eight-by-sixteen? Is that something . . . no, it doesn’t even get that big.

Shadow does not mean there is no light. And those sections of your life that are keeping you from perfect awareness, from perfect balance, from deep and true compassion, those aspects of you that leave you feeling anything except safe and loved and needed here, those things are not “bad.” Something has gotten in front of the light. It does not mean the light is not there; it means something’s in the way, that’s all. Something’s in the way.

What do you do when you are walking down your hallway and something’s in the way of your journey? What do you do?

Walk around it.

S: You step over it. You go around it. You pick it up. You put it where it belongs. You have to think about it a while. Oh, darn it, the dog has left the toys out again. Somebody could trip on this and kill themselves. Good luck! You pick it up. You toss it out of the way. There is not one thing coming up in your life that cannot be handled that way.

When you move that which is in front of the light and casting that shadow, what happens?


S: There it is. The message of the ages. Beautifully given, of course. So, let’s say it again.

When there is something in your life getting in your way, move it. Practice moving it and seeing that the world does not end. Things don’t fall apart, including you. Shift it. Does that mean deny it? No, it means take action. Does it mean be angry at it because it’s in the way? It’s in the way, just move it.

In your life, you are going to be finding over these next few weeks, things that need to be moved. Just move it. That’s all. Just move it.

Awareness, balance and compassion are the tools to use to move that block out of your heart. Every relationship in your life is waiting on that. You have been your worst enemy long enough.

The next time we come together, you will have been through a shift. That’s it. This is not a maybe. You will have been through a shift, and it will be some of your fault that everybody has been through a shift.

The next big relationship in your life is not with someone; it’s with everyone. The next, and most important, relationship in your life is not with only you; it’s with all of you.

There is no shadow. When you are aware that what appears to be a shadow is simply something standing in your way so that you’re not fully seeing all of the light, as soon as you are aware of that, you have a way to never again be in shadow.

What is A?


S: Awareness. And B?


S: Balance. And C?


S: I call forth the energy that you are, and claim it as love. I call forth the being of light that you are, and call it love. I call forth the Guardian, the healer, the master, the lover, the leader, and call them love. I call forth the fear, and the pain, I call forth the uncertainty, I call the shadow, and by the Love that I am, I claim those things . . . say it, tell me. Love.

There is no fear. There is no pain. There is no confusion. There is no lack. There is only love, and you, you are it. You have everything that you need to do what you must do. Do it with love.

Glochanumora. Happy, happy trails.