The other night was a classic example of how when we bring in guidance for someone through the Akashic Records, we also experience spiritual growth ourselves. And we don’t even need to be the person who actually received the guidance. We just need to be part of the process.
It can be pretty magical. And sometimes it takes a little time to unfold. Here’s what happened:
There were only five of us on the monthly call for people who have taken our second-level class, the one where we teach people how to open the Akashic Records of other people and other things, such as a book you want to write or a trip you want to take. The idea is to come to the call with a question or two, and we start the session with a process that gets everyone into each other’s Records.
I love these calls and always appreciate the guidance I receive. Even if I don’t have a question to ask, just being in the energies with everyone is always a treat.
About two-thirds into our time together, one of us asked about a choice she is facing. Basically she was wondering whether the Records would recommend Option A or Option B.
At first someone presented the idea that she consider doing both, rather than one or the other. That didn’t quite ping as the answer, and then another of us heard that rest is the next step on the journey.
I was getting that she knew the answer from her own work with the Akasha, but had little else to contribute. I hung up hoping that the energy download from the Records would work its magic and she would know what to do.
Fortunately, the missing link appeared yesterday afternoon in my email. The fifth participant wrote clearly what she had received, and why she wasn’t comfortable giving voice to the guidance. She is new to these calls and noticed those of us with more experience seemed “compassionately reserved,” so she held back.
What should she do?
As I read her note, my Records confirmed that yes, the bulk of the guidance had come through her. And, her reticence was perfect.
When bringing in important guidance for ourselves or others, we all have worried about saying the wrong thing, or relaying it in the wrong way. It’s a right of passage. And with experience, we learn to recognize and release it.
So, on this call she could see how guidance from the Records often starts with a weeding out, like it did the other night:
Try both options? Not quite right, but . . .
Rest for a while? Well, there is something to that . . .
You already know on some level, and can trust that? Some truth here too . . .
Those of us who have been doing this for a while know that for the big questions, we get help. We know this bouncing aspects back and forth might seem messy and uncertain at first, but eventually it leads to a deeper knowing.
How perfect that someone relatively new to the Records could experience both getting important information for someone, and the fear of “getting it wrong” with no negative consequence. And she could see how “truth” unfolds in a way that enables us to recognize it, open to it, take it in, and act accordingly.
So, this was the perfect time to gain such experience. On a call with others who understand, our fifth participant would get accurate and supportive feedback, even if some of it came the next day.
The questioner not only received helpful energy and guidance, but she also had the joy of playing a role in someone’s spiritual growth. The rest of us did too.
And we always do. That’s why we love these calls. That’s why we love this “work” so much.
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