2000-02-24-Scribbles From Lytske

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Topic: Scribbles 189

Group: 11:11 Progress Group


Teacher: Unknown

TR: Lytske



Prayer: Dear Michael, I know that you think it a negative word, but I do despair when I sit before you, and my mind hops, skips and jumps all over the place. You tell me to have courage and persevere. This is my promise to you that I will, for I desire a greater nearness and communion with you. At least when writing on paper, I seem to concentrate better. Thank you.

Precious one, there is a grade of impatience here and a measure, that you ‘must’ do it.

Please allow room for unfoldment. Allow it to happen.

It is often not an instantaneous matter, but a soul development.

A tiny oak tree is not expected to yield a lot of acorns prematurely.

Rest secure, that in God’s grace and time all will come to pass.

Throw the negative words like despair and must out of your vocabulary. Become conscious of those and other negative words, when you think or speak, and eliminate them.

This is why you are in training. It is a growth process and recognition to the higher way of life.

Lighten up and have fun with it. Play.