May 5, 2011
Djwhal Khul here. Tashi Delek.
Alright. We're building up here to a very sacred time. The three sacred moons of the year: Christed, Wesak or Buddha and then Humanity. So we are kind of at that point where we've got the New Moon behind us and those new beginnings, and now we're building up that lovely lunar energy up to that point of the Wesak experience.
So the focus that I want to talk about this week is Dedication. Dedication is something that is sort of built-in or encoded, such as you may be very dedicated to your life partner or dedicated to your children or dedicated to your church or certain set of teachings, maybe dedicated to serving the Spiritual Hierarchy or Humanity or Mother Earth.
So it's something that is so embedded in the consciousness that you wouldn't even think about doing something else. It's just automated almost.
What I'd like for you to play with if you feel inclined is to reawaken the level of dedication you have to yourself. Now when we think of this in terms of Oneness, then you know "I stay in the flow of Creation. I am safe and well." It's a very good affirmation to keep using and that reminds you that you are in this Oneness flow, that there is only one Creator. Ultimately we all look like individualized aspects of it but really we are one and the same.
So when you get into dedication as a Creator or as a Monadic awareness, much like we covered in the "Dreaming Big and Manifesting Huge" Teleseminar recently, the vibration of dedication sort of takes over, if you will, and then you are accelerated into being the best that you can be, on the planet, at any given moment.
So "I am dedicated to myself" and you might say "as a Monad" and then feel that anchoring in the physical.
"I am dedicated to my Path." That’s another way to say it.
Really kind of see if you can get the matching of that depth of dedication into your own self-improvement.
As always, thank you and my love to you,
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
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