Soon the static of interference will die outLit Corner | April 6, 2012 | 07:14
Soon the static of interference will die out. – Michael channeled by Ron Head
Our promise to you was to return to happier topics this morning, and so we shall. Let us speak of the ever increasing closeness of our dimensions.
You, being in the third dimension, probably picture this as two places moving closer together. That is a product of the mental construct you have created. In actuality, since all is energy, it is more like differences in frequency, but there are no sharp lines of delineation. Think of the old radio tuners you or your friends built when you were children. When you moved the tuning needle, you received a different frequency; but, in between, there was an area that received interference from both. You are in such an area now.
Your tuners are adjusting to the higher rates at a wonderful speed, and soon the static of interference will die out, leaving only beautiful, clear reception. The lower frequency won’t cease to exist, you will simply have tuned into a higher one. As you can imagine, each of the seven billion of you is tuning their own radio. As more and more of you tune in the higher frequencies, those around you begin to seek them out also. You are reaching the point where the music will drown out the static. You could even think of our messages and our constant internal urging of you as advertising for the new station. In this way, we are urging you to move your tuning dials.
Each of you is tuned to a different station, and each must make different adjustments, but each is still tuning. Sharing what you have learned about tuning your sets, when asked, will help everyone. Sharing when not asked will, more than likely, not be received as well as you anticipate. Each must move from the unique spot upon which they stand. But holding yourselves ready to extend a helping hand to all is commendable indeed.
Perhaps the next happening to anticipate is the moving of the interfering broadcast out of the range of your receivers. With a chuckle we say, “Stay tuned for that. Good morning, Earth.”