2016-08-14-Web of Life
No Idaho #937
• 1 Heading
o 1.1 Topic: The Web of Life
o 1.2 Group: N. Idaho TeaM
• 2 Facilitators
o 2.1 Teacher: Charles
o 2.2 TR: Mark Rogers, Cathy Morris
• 3 Session
o 3.1 Lesson
o 3.2 Closing
Topic: The Web of Life
Group: N. Idaho TeaM
TR: Mark Rogers, Cathy Morris
CHARLES: [Mark] Thank you my friend for the space and the introduction, I am Charles here to delight in sharing with you. So much is to be gleaned from your witnessing the spiritual experience. It truly is touching to see how you communicate so well with each other and share among yourselves the golden nuggets of ideas, of experiences and of perspective that it is your privilege and pleasure to share. These truly are your gems in life, your experiences and your awarenesses that have brought you to this place of being. These are treasured throughout a universe for their uniqueness because you as an individual have gathered these things to yourself to form who you are, the combination of all that you have gathered to yourself.
That is what makes the precious minerals so precious, is the combination of elements needed to come together to create the structure. It is unique and unlike any other structure so you are as the unique crystal in time and space, growing and becoming more faceted and complex as you gather to yourself more and more of what is real or perhaps what you have embraced as real. This speaks to the sentiment offered that you have within you this potent force of choice, that there is a dynamic and endless sea of potential out before you and that it is you who navigates your vessel and who decides what of this vast sea of potential you will navigate and experience and cross.
It is not possible or necessary for you as an individual to experience the entire vastness of these oceans of potential. Any good vessels captain, while being aware of the scope of the whole map, must choose a route to follow thus forsaking all the other choices that may be present. In this way you experience only a fraction of the whole which in turn serves to create your unique perspective. While only experiencing a part of the vast ocean the navigator gains a sense of the whole ocean and the part may then more clearly identify with the whole.
Another analogy is that of the gardener. You each have an internal garden within which you tend and build with your own efforts and choices. You choose what gets planted there, what gets fertilized and nurtured and what is determined to be weeds which are then eliminated. Those things you tend and foster will flourish and expand while the wise gardener will not fertilize the weeds of worry or fear but rather take efforts to deprive them of life force as they are not worthy of taking space in the sacred garden.
We are all aspects of the whole, parts of the great web of all that is. Many feel the tug on the great web and wonder what role they should play as a part of the web. Your role as part of the web is to hold fast to your position. You occupy a unique intersection of connections in the great web and as such your ability to hold and maintain your position even as you feel the tug of the greater web is your task. Simply hold fast to your section as the anchors that you are and allow for surrounding changes to occur without disruption of your space. We are all caught in a web of connections and our job is to hold fast and secure in ourselves. We may not know what is coming but if we can hold on to our connections we are secure.
CHARLES: [Cathy] Technical difficulties in our process provide opportunities for individual action. I encourage you to continue to gather information to make wise choices with the aid of spirit. Your openness is your greatest asset. Embrace all you encounter and explore in spirit. The possibilities are infinite and the rewards fantastic.