THE LOWEST EBB
This is the time when the flow has almost stopped, but can also be a time of profound realisation. When you cannot make things happen however hard you try, so you are forced to become still and come within. You may feel angry and frustrated at the lack of progress but that will not get you anywhere except to distort your energy.
So it is best to accept with as much grace as you can to master the ‘status quo’ because in truth you cannot do anything else but seek peace within, and become at peace with your existing circumstances. The wise ones knew when they experienced a hiatus to stop everything and listen to their inner guidance. Man rarely stops for anything including traffic lights, and this is when the internal rage starts to simmer and often leads to boiling point. What is the point in this because all it does is make you and others around you feel much worse.
Best accept that for the moment you are on the inside lane of life meandering through along without a care in the world. But instead you get yourself all worked up in frenzy because ‘nothing is happening’ in your reality and that is correct, but in my reality it is not, because our architects are drafting great plans and the angels in heaven are busy working on your divine plan as we speak right now.
Occasionally they may drop the next piece of this giant jigsaw into your mind so you may appreciate the deeper meaning that lives behind the confusion that you feel. Because it is the feeling of not knowing that confuses you the most and can make you irritable, instead of you gracefully and gratefully thanking me for respite you could be enjoying at this moment.
Let go, and let God. I keep repeating this but so many do not wish to hear these wise words for it is in a time of stillness that the true magic is created. The magic of miracles can come unexpectedly, almost at the same time when you are ready to give up because you feel your will has been thwarted. This attitude slows down the feelings of appreciation of the real truth. But never were so many so wrong, as they let their impatience for movement overtake their conscious mind.
It is true that I witness this state of affairs with some sorrow as once again you have allowed yourselves to sink into a mire of despondency that is only of your own making. The lesson here is patience, have patience with me to take care of the finer details that you cannot see in this moment, nor can understand at this time, but in the future you will.
There is a plan afoot, a BIG plan that at some level you cannot comprehend, the only conflict you feel is within you and nothing to do with the condition you find yourself in at this moment. Life is in a constant state of flux, so when the wheels start moving again you will hardly be able to keep up, let alone find the time to moan.
So I would advise you to enjoy this period of respite, close your eyes and thank you for the rest you could enjoy whether or not you do so is entirely in your hands. Be still and know that I am God, I am your saviour, I am your faithfully servant as indeed you are, and together we can and will move mountains so you can achieve your mission on earth.
So when you are ready to crank up the engine and speedily go on your way be sure to remember what you leant during your period of stillness patience, peace, and purpose. Having the patience to allow what is meant to be unfolds itself at the perfect time; peace to bring stillness into your being, and the purpose that will drive you forward that will help you complete your mission on earth.
So do not drive yourself into the ground or wear out your engine, so that even when you try to crank it back into life it will not start. But take a deep breath and thank me for the imposed rest you have been forced to take and then let the rest be, in my time, and with good grace accept the inevitable.
Acceptance is the key, it is the only way forward now and will help you to relax into the experience of ‘doing’ nothing, particularly useful as you are re-training your brain to accept the inevitable slowing down of time. Slow and steady wins the race, so be like the tortoise that always takes his time to smell and inspect each blade of grass on his journey to his ultimate goal and completion.
Anna Marie Croxson 14th April 2022