12 May 2015

As some of you might
know I’ve had a new Guide come forward in recent years.  I have fought him
in many ways, mostly because in the way him comes forward he grabs hold of my
Throat Chakra and to be honest it hurts.  I really didn’t want a guide
that wanted to Channel through me.   So we’ve worked out a way that he can
say what he has to pass on , with out it hurting me.   I sit and write
down what he gives me rather then allowing him to speck through me.

His name is Lao and is a Chinese / Japanese
gentleman.   I’ve never worked out which, and from what I can make out he
was last around a very long time ago.   Well before BC became AD

Anyway I have decided to share some of the
things that he has passed on to me.   When Lao speaks to me he likes me to
write in down in Capitals so that’s how I will type it up.   If it’s in
lower case then it’s bits I’ve added so that yo might understand the meaning of
what he is saying.

THE WAYS OF MAN ARE NOT GOOD FOR THE SOUL.
  THE WAY OF THE SOUL IS A JOURNEY BEST DONE ALONE.  AWAY FROM THE
WAYS OF MAN.   IT IS EASIER TO FIND THE WAY OF THE SPIRIT WITHOUT THE WAYS
OF THE WORLD.  THE MASTERS BEFORE US TOOK TO THE HILLS AND MOUONTAINS.
 TO CAVES AND TO the DESERTS.  

MYSTIC TODAY HAS HARD PARTH TO FOLLOW.
 THEY ARE NOT LONGER RESPECTED, YET JUDGED MORE THEN THE RED DRAGON EVER
WAS.

A LONE WOLF YOU MUST BE BUT MUST BE  CLOSE
ENOUGH TO HEAR THE PACK.  

THE PATH TO THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN IS WIDE AT
THE BOTTOM BUT ONLY AS AGILE AS THE GOAT CAN REACH THE SUMMIT.  MANY LEAPS
OF FAITH ARE NEEDED. 

 

Lao is of course right.   The Zen Masters
took to the Mountains, the early Christian Father’s took to the Desserts, and
Early European Mystics took to caves.    It is easier to be alone
with the universal energies, away from the modern worlds pressures and negative
energy.   But to be of service to Spirit we have to be close enough to the
pack to hear them call,  not half way up a mountain chanting Om at
everything that moves.   It’s learning to get the balance right I guess is
what Lao means.   But he reminds us that if your agile of mind and spirit
and can take the leaps of faith when things get hard you can reach the top of
the mounatin.  

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