2019-01-11-A Balanced Life

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Topic: A Balanced Life

Group: 11:11 Progress Group


Teacher: The Damascus Scribe

TR: George Barnard



​The Scribe: “Today I wish to discuss with you what your Angelic Carers prefer for you to achieve during your life on this earth. Your Cherubim and of course, later your Seraphic Companions, like to see you grow up steadily, mature and progress increasingly at the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual levels. Just where it is you are coming from on any of these scores is of no great importance; but where you are going with these requirements means everything to you and to those who love you and care for you.

“Let me make it clear to you that if the ‘accident of birth’ has not been all that providential to you, you won’t be judged on health, providing you do the best you can do to take in healthy, balanced meals, and sidestep all drugs. It is important that to the best of your ability you balance your emotional feelings, educate yourself well and make use of this education as best you can to provide for self and those near and dear to you. From the point of view of your spiritual progress, give it some little amount of time each day. Question any teacher and any Angel and have the patience to then let the answers come to you.

“You were not ‘zapped into being,’ as you put it rather indelicately, like your celestial kin, ready to perform or be educated, but innately near-perfect, or outright perfect, o-o-o-oh no! You are mortal man and mortal woman fraught with trickery and self-deceipt on a rebellious planet and then . . . you were given free will . . . and almost as much bad advice as good advice.


“Just re-considering now . . . yes, somewhat more bad advice than good advice, actually. As well, you have invented more time-wasting hobbies than you can really afford. Try humoring your angels and get used to balancing life as Mansonia will bring you more of the same. It’s hard for me to see how under these present circumstances you can be so positive, open-hearted and optimistic about all your futures and moreover request me to treat this lesson in a likewise casual manner.

“This is Sananda, the Damascus Scribe, most happy to oblige.”

George: “We love you. And we thank you.”