1998-12-14-Scribbles from Lytske

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Topic: Scribbles from Lytske

Group: 11:11 Progress Group


Teacher: Thought Adjuster

TR: Lytske



You asked for the gift of love, and afterward you added the word ‘unconditional’. Unconditional love is the highest quality of love, for it takes nothing for itself.

Do you realize, child, how rigorous this discipline is? It is a road of self-doubt, self-recrimination, of fear, of examining the self, and re-examining the self. Firstly, eliminate all judgment toward anyone and anything you come into contact with.

Become conscious in your mind, become aware of the workings of the mind. Allow yourself leeway, for you tend to take yourself very seriously, due to your familial upbringing.

Rest assured that unconditional love happens spontaneously, it is an unconscious growth, for it is your desire to receive this Gift, to give to others, especially when you work with them. You can overcome your judgmental attitude. This is a hurdle easiest to overcome with mindfulness, with focus and intent.

The only thing to be concerned about is you. Keep in mind that a joyful heart, which allows life to unfold, is a witness to the Love of the One Whose Love you try to emulate.

You prayed that the mind of Jesus may become more fragrant in your mind. As Jesus was always full of good cheer, and spread good cheer wherever He went, and you also remember reading that He was never in a hurry whenever anyone needed Him. These are expressions of unconditional love.


We will continue to speak more of these qualities another time. Practice and FEEL cheerfulness, for you are much loved.

Be of good cheer. We are your Teachers.