January 26, 2012
Djwhal Khul here. Tashi Delek.
Alright. This is perhaps one of the best times to practice versatility. Essentially one must be as multi-dimensional as possible, or as versatile as possible. We are in a time period when old ways of being just don't work anymore.
So if you used to muscle your way through a particular activity, it probably won't work for you anymore. If you used to deny your way out of things, it won't work.
So grace and ease have to flow; gentle energies, kindness and compassion, those sorts of things; that is what is working in this time period.
And it calls for being more versatile, being more innovative, maybe even modeling after others who you believe are maybe moving more readily into the New Age. Old business models, old government models, old ways of relating to one another in any kind of relationship, they're all changing very, very much. So consider making some changes within yourself there.
The product is called "Selves in a Box". It's a card set like a Tarot card set, J. Tamar Stone, and it's available on Amazon.com, "Selves in a Box". One of a heart voice dialogue, one of the newer ways to get into all of the nooks and crannies basically of your whole total consciousness and get everything working together as Oneness, rather than maybe a defensive aspect holding back or an inner child that is wounded, etc.
So that's one that I will put out there as a new tool on the market to help you achieve some very good personal growth and self-help and spiritual growth at the same time.
So be as versatile as you possibly can. This is a time when new ideas can come rather quickly and easily. People tend to be able to make those choices quickly. Large businesses, governments, etc. tend to make them much more slowly so it is going to be interesting to watch how it all unfolds.
So affirmations "I am versatile." "I choose versatility." "I experience versatility."
As always, thank you and my love to you,
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
(Spirituality Article, Transcribed by Micheline Ralet)
©2007-2012 Terri Newlon, Inc.
Published on Lit Corner with permission