We are surrounded by many inter-dimensional portals, but pre-occupied as we so often are by the limitations of being human they can be invisible – and something precious then is lost.
When I speak of being human, I am talking about being locked into a framework created by mind and by emotion in which soul and spirit lie largely forgotten as we are distracted by wants, what-ifs, labels, expectations, attachments and conditionalities. Our biggest human challenge is to learn to see them for what they are when they arise in ourselves (and others), and to move beyond them.
Without them we can be ourselves, soul and spirit alive and visible in the physical vehicle which is our body and personality. Without them we are limitless as we share God’s great adventure in perfect joy. Without them we can move effortlessly through different dimensions and experience the miracles that are part of this in our human lives, naturally and gracefully, but in order to do so we need an innocence of trust and openness, and a loving heart.
Last year I wrote in my website blog about seeing, one summer night, two full moons appearing, coming together and then separating, and the meaning of this special event. Readers were interested, but they saw it as a dream or vision, or imaginary, not understanding that I had described something real, something that was part of my reality. I have stood with others who similarly have seen extraordinary suns, moons and stars in daylight above us. Such spectacular gifts are to be found everywhere, but so often our mental programming confines us to the limitations of the third dimension and prevents us seeing what else is there.
This will change one day, and it is not so far away. Next time I will say more, perhaps about black cats that play with stars.