Julie Miller — Serapis Bey: You Have Done Well
Thanks to Wes Annac: http://aquariusparadigm.com/2013/05/04/julie-miller-serapis-bey-you-have-done-well/


You Have Done Well

Ascended Master, Serapis Bey’s Weekly Message ~ May 03 — 10, 2013

Received by Julie Miller

May 03, 2013

Patience is a virtue that is will always come into play each and every day. Some of you practice being patient while others struggle with this and this struggle can develop into a challenge. Understand what it means dear ones to be patient. When you are applying patience, you are demonstrating self-control, your composure speaks of your ability to hold back without allowing any feelings of anxiousness take over that can cripple your success of holding back and creates panic as a result. We witness the difficulty of being patient by many of you. It is understood that is characteristic is one that can be difficult to adopt as a virtuous action. Applying patience and holding onto your composure does require dear ones a great deal of focus and discipline from you.

When you illustrate good patience, you are quietly letting ALL know around you that you have grown in maturity, you have achieved a certain level of spiritual growth and learned how to maintain control of your emotions — you show us all just how balanced you are within all the areas of your life. Many of you have experienced some dear souls come by being patient easier than others, this does not mean they never become impatient, they just have a higher tolerance level and this is something each of you can achieve. Whenever you have been in the company of another who has demonstrated impatience, this impatient person is reacting compulsively — they are not receiving or attaining the results that were expected. Many dear souls that are often impatient want immediate results when in truth some things just take time to evolve.

The impatient ones are like young children going to the candy store, more often than not, they want almost all the candy in the store and the parent or caregiver has to apply patience and maintain control of the children at the same time, providing them with how many choices and amounts they are permitted to have. Most children are okay within simple perimeters but there are some that will require a little more diligence and of course…patience. Understand dear ones your success in this journey that is always moving and easily changing does require you to set your own pace; a pace that will allow you to solve each piece to your puzzle. You will notice dear ones while working on mastering patience into your journey you will realize the importance of discipline and commitment.

When you work on one area, other aspects increase and improve as well. Remember dear ones, when you are being patient you are telling the other person quietly that you know how to cope with your emotions and you are in control of yourself. Those of you with short tempers, or who have not yet learned to curb their biting tongues may have difficulties applying more patience, but nothing dear ones is ever impossible. When you want to achieve something and if it’s important enough you will make it happen. It is essential to know what triggers your anger and what it takes to defuse it. You may discover dear ones; it is time to learn new ways of handling outbursts and short-temperedness.

When you learn to defuse your temper, you will be able to explore more of your whole self and truly begin to understand the rhythm of life that never stops moving around you. And dear ones, when you are tuned into your global backyard you understand at a higher degree what is happening around you and you can reach a peaceful state of mind. When you finally reach peace and maintain this peace you will begin to see things with deeper clarity and you will recognize your ability to make rational decisions to be better and easier. We encourage each of you to understand; when you are being patient you don’t get to diminish the efforts that brought you to this peak of success within the virtue of patience. Understand dear ones; attaining patience requires hard work and commitment.