Woods Cross #662
• 1 Heading
o 1.1 Topic: Personal Freedom
o 1.2 Group: Woods Cross TeaM
• 2 Facilitators
o 2.1 Teacher: Abraham
o 2.2 TR: Nina
• 3 Session
o 3.1 Opening
o 3.2 Lesson
o 3.3 Closing
Topic: Personal Freedom
Group: Woods Cross TeaM
ABRAHAM: I am ABRAHAM, greetings. I am always thankful to be in the midst of the realness of any situation because it makes me think a little deeper. It helps me to go past my personal desires to see what I have really been missing. I can appreciate those who dare to speak their truth without attempts to sway others. We all know that unbridled emotion is a manipulator and stemming mostly from the ego.
ABRAHAM: The pure truth is what it is and if we can see that without spinning it with our personal agenda, then we are set to receive divine a message from our Father. I do keep up to date as far as your personal lives evolve so that I can stay current on teaching the lessons. I know that each one of you have become more open to spiritual help as of late because situations you may be going through now are new and your minds are gaining further training.
This week I am driven to speak about personal freedom and how labels limit an individual. Many times you have heard us speak about the negative inner voice and how it trashes normal self-esteem. You will find, as we have, that age and experience is a wonderful thing where you learn that no one person can say what you are. No one person has any right to make you feel less than. I do not mean to speak on battling that circumstance, but more about growing above it and believing that you are a child of God and that is what it is.
In my days I was thought of as a heartless tyrant, a perfectionist who had no patience with inadequate individuals. I wanted to be feared, yes, in the early days, but when my mentor came to enable my enlightenment, I felt my new growth had no bearing on individual’s opinions. I was still thought of as a man to be feared. I had to show myself to be a new individual, not because I wanted to change the opinions of others about me, but because I wanted to further the plan and purpose of my mentor, Machiventa.
I did indeed feel individuals opinions of me were quite limiting and thwarting my good intentions. It was frustrating and I felt many times I just wanted to revert back to my old ways. This reinvention of my behavior took time for me to get across to my friends and family. I had to have many conversations explaining my new outlook. I had to make my intentions known. I was not so much trying to gain trust and respect of those who knew me, but building the foundation in which I could minister to others from. I definitely could not have had any success without the valued guidance I had received from Machiventa.
You each know that we always express out gratitude for you each staying the course. Staying the course is one thing that will be most helpful for you in building your ministries. Everything takes time and we must be diligent in our consistent actions. We must be open to explain our intentions and why we have seemingly turned over a new leaf. It is easy to see the many individuals out in your ministry who value the reflection from others. This can be good or bad. Popular opinion will say ‘a leopard does not change its spots,’ ‘once a thief, always a thief.’ This is something each one of us must endure and simply recommit each day to staying the course. “I am in the midst of change and I shall not waiver from my commitment.”
Each of us has been building a ministry for quite some time and the foundation begins with truth. I am in understanding about the impatience of mortals and how time seems to discourage people. I can only say that a fresh relationship with Father keeps you inspired to act upon those ideas you know to be true. That is all for this evening. I would ask that you have not anxiety over our meeting here. As I said before, we are at a point in our ministry where we are concentrating on supporting each of you in your ministries out in the kingdom. Our love goes with you. Until next time, shalom.