Wednesday, January 8, 2014

fearless acceptance...

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“Do you know what embodying truly is, Shaumbra? It is the fearless acceptance – FEARLESS ACCEPTANCE – of All That Is without the walls or barriers or judgments. It is the fearless acceptance, the feeling of all energies, the experiencing of all things, the understanding that you'll never lose your own identity or integrity. It is there. It is permanent. You can never lose that. It was a gift given to you by Spirit. You’ve always had it, and you always will.

Yes, indeed, there have been times when who you thought you were, when your identity was shattered by yourself, deliberately, where it was taken over by another being, deliberately, and at some level by agreement. Shaumbra, the energy of the unit of yourself – the energy of you, that angel, you, that aspect of spirit – has always been there and always will. It was created for you and shall always be. It can never be taken away. It can never be destroyed. Nobody can ever take it from you.

Oh, you can play the game. You can have a story where you pretend for a while that somebody steals your energy, where you are possessed, or you are some type of walk-in, or something like that where they take you over. But, it can only go on for a short period of time. The integrity of your being always returns to the integrity of your being. Nothing can ever damage it, steal it, possess it. It always comes back, Shaumbra.

So, that is why we say that embodying is the fearless acceptance. You can fearlessly accept yourself. You can fearlessly embody anything into your being. As our dear friend, Kuthumi, said last month, “You can breathe in those germs; you can fearlessly accept them.” You can fearlessly accept everything about yourself and everybody else. You can be so accepting, fearlessly accepting, about everything that you’ve done in the past, in this lifetime, in past lifetimes, without the judgment, without being afraid of it.”

The Embodiment Series:
SHOUD 4: "The Energy Movers"
November 6, 2004

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