through Joanna Neff
We are Melora, and we wish to speak of
the importance of BEING what you've learned--BE it. For so many
decades people have been studying "Metaphysics," and
it is our impression that Metaphysics are purely mental.
There is, indeed, a great deal of interesting information there,
but until this is incorporated and comes into the wisdom
factor, this knowledge is virtually useless. Let us explain this.
Real spiritual growth takes place when
you come into heart work and the heart-spirit connection. You
can memorize everything on the Internet that you can find about
UFOs and "The Roswell Incident," and many other topics
of interest at this time, but until your behavior reveals that
you have "gotten" the several messages that we're about
to explain, this information is valueless to you at the Soul
What Soul growth you allow for yourself
in this life affects all of your other incarnational lives--past,
concurrent and future (and you may interpret your Higher Self
as a future life, you see, but all going on simultaneously).
When you "get " something about your own divinity and
you come into compassion and acceptance of other people in this
life, it reverberates throughout your other lives and awakens
you on all levels, up to the God Source. When you allow your
mental faculty to run rampant over you (leaving tread marks,
if you will), you impede the awakening of your other lives.
Behaving, and living, and being what you
know . . . there you have something! Now, we are finding in the
community that there are people who are intensely "spiritually
competitive." (If that's not an oxymoron, we don't know
what is!) It is really, literally, not spiritually competitive;
it is really metaphysically and mentally competitive. Everyone's
measuring where they are on some Ascension Scale. Everyone's
measuring their workshops against someone else's workshops: "I
know more than that other person about this subject, so take
this class with me."
One of the things we emphasize most is
free will. All beings of the Light who work with you as guides
honor your free will, and so why wouldn't you honor each
other's free will? That means that even if you're "bosom
buddies," and your buddy isn't attracted to your workshop,
then you say: "I understand. You have every right to go
to that other workshop."
We felt that this was important to discuss
because there are people coming to sessions and they're competing
with themselves! They make great strides in their spiritual
work, and they struggle and allow and achieve, and then they
will come and be very upset and frustrated that there is still
work to do. We tell them that God keeps changing too. Why wouldn't
they? Yes--coast for awhile between these great efforts that
you make to learn and grow, but understand that there is no cessation
in growth at any level.
We wish you great Joy of the light!