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#1 and #2: Loving Wisdom Evening
July 7, 2018

Loving Wise Ones speaking through Ruth Shilling, in Narragansett, RI – Channeling #229-7July2018
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Basic Concepts:

  • An invitation into a wilder existence where the vibrancy of life flows through your veins with a beauty and a splendor that you may never have anticipated.
  • The beauty of that which you are can be forgotten, but it does not disappear. There is no need to worry that this could be lost. It remains and cannot perish.
  • Forgetting is part of the “game” (so to speak) here.
  • There is nothing to fear, for you cannot truly lose that which you truly are, but the opportunity lies for you to bring a fuller awareness of that into the physical experience here.
  • Just as a beautiful feast is laid before you, it’s up to you to decide how much you can digest at any given time in a way which suits you. But it all lies there/here, and we do our best to entice you to “take another bite.”

From the 2nd Spirit Friend:

  • “The love that sustains never dies. Keep that in your heart and it will bring you home every time, just like a beacon.”

Who and What You Are Cannot Be Lost 

A group of those in spirit have gathered and have chosen a spokesperson to begin the evening:
You are there where the wild things grow, and yet sometimes you don’t see them. You may not even feel them, but that does not negate their presence for they surround you and they invite you into a wilder existence where the vibrancy of life flows through your very veins with a beauty and a splendor that you may never have anticipated.

For the wild ones have it in their very substance, and they have not lost it or forgotten it (as you may have). But it is not lost, so do not worry about such. It lies always within you and around you.

But the wild ones, they breathe it, and they live it perpetually.

For a moment, you might want to let your imagination run rampant. What would it be like to be a wild one yourself? Would you take a sniff of the air? (sniff, sniff) What would that be like?

The beauty of that which you are can be long forgotten in this worrisome, wearing life that people participate in here. But as was just said, the who and what you are does not disappear. It may be forgotten. It may be put into a closet for a while — out of your mind, out of sight — but that does not negate it. It does not go away. The who and what you are, the divine beauty, the crystalline substance of what you are, remains and cannot perish.

So there is no need to worry that this could be lost. The only worry might be that you might continue to forget, and though you might think that forgetting is a pity, as you may have already guessed, forgetting is part of the “game” (so to speak) here.

There is nothing to fear, for you cannot truly lose that which you truly are, but the opportunity lies for you to bring a fuller awareness of that which you truly are into the physical experience here. And we believe many of you have had forays into this type of experience. How far that can go is unlimited. So there are always new pastures to explore in this regard. The possibilities are tremendous. And just as a beautiful feast is laid before you, it’s up to you to decide how much you can digest at any given time in a way which suits you. But it all lies there/here, and we do our best to entice you to “take another bite.”

We will now step aside. We thank you for your attention and the love that we exchange one with each other. For this is the very pathway that we traverse in togetherness. Thank you.


The Love That Sustains

The 2nd spirit friend begins:

We’d like to begin with a song, and you can sing along if you’d like, or you can just enjoy.

(Singing) 
Swing low, sweet chariot, comin’ for to come us home.
Swing low, sweet chariot, comin’ for to carry us home.

Sometimes I’m up, sometimes I’m down.
Coming for to carry me home.
But still my feet are heavenward bound.
Comin’ for to carry me home.

I looked over Jordan, what did I see
Comin’ for to carry me home
A band of angels comin’ after me
Comin’ for to carry us home.

Swing low, sweet chariot, comin’ for to come me home.
Swing low, sweet chariot, comin’ for to carry us all home.

Oh, my. Oh, my. Oh, my… it is lovely to sing again. It’s not an opportunity that comes very often! We love it, we love it. And we want to just say to each one, every one of you, that the love that sustains never dies. Remember that, remember that. There were times in our life when we forgot that, but now we know it’s true.

The love that sustains never dies. Keep that in your heart and it will bring you home every time, just like a beacon.

It was a pleasure to sing with you all. Thank you.


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