Saturday, June 19, 2010

Transmission from Saint Francis/Francesco/Francois of Assisi

Transmission with Francesco and Chiara of Assisi

ST: Good morning, Francesco and Chiara.

Francesco & Chiara: Good, precious day to you.

ST: Well, it’s almost summertime. What can we expect this summer? The world is full of chaos, but there is also peace, joy, community, and love available to those who need it. And certainly there are all of these spiritual lessons.

F: Yes, and that will continue, both the chaos/fear and love/community. The Divide will grow and expand until one or the other dissolves for each soul. This is what we mean by heaven and hell on earth. The canyon (chasm) will grow deeper and wider until you can no longer cross back and forth between the two. So most important garden you can tend is the garden of your soul. Yank out the weeds of arrogance, doubts, worries, fears, rationalizations, judgments, gossip, etc…You don’t need these burdens anyway. Strip away this old clothing.

ST: But what do we do about individuals, government and corporations that act in a way that is not in the Highest Good? BP oil spill is an example of such a corporation or corporations that refuse to employ unemployed people, that won’t even allow these people to apply for jobs.

F: Oh, this is a tough nut, no doubt. How do you not judge someone who causes so much grief? Oh, we had this dilemma in the 12th century too. Here’s what I tell you. Don’t judge, but know that the person or entity isn’t acting in the best interest of the Highest Good. Use them as a mirror and ask yourself, “How am I polluting the earth?” Maybe it’s just a little thing in comparison, of course it would be, but focus on the change you can make in yourself. What part of you might have unknowingly contributed to the disaster?

ST: Yes, Francesco, this is a challenge. How could I have contributed to this oil spill?

F: Anytime you put a hateful or fear-driven thought in the world, you contribute to the destruction of the planet.

Think of it this way, what good does judging another bring?

ST: Well, doesn’t judgment bring justice and restore balance?

F: In a court of law or in God’s hands, yes, maybe, but not in the form of condemning, blaming, shaming, and pointing the finger. That my dear, is what I call blatant self-righteousness. It doesn’t solve the problem, but just adds more pollution to the planet.

ST: So then what do we do? How do we fix this human-made disaster?

F: Good question. Try applying love and forgiveness to the situation. There’s nothing, let me repeat, there’s nothing love can’t handle or heal. Some of you are on the right track. Get together with groups and hold a space of loving intent through prayer, meditation, and drumming.

I tell you, there’s no other way. Only LOVE will heal this. And those of you who figured that out, a good many, are well on your way to enlightenment. Yes, this is a huge disaster, yes this is a dark hour for humanity and the myriad of creatures, but I tell you only holding a space of love will manifest HEAVEN on EARTH. You must hear these words and take them to heart. Spread words of love and stop the blame game.



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