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#6: Loving Wisdom Evening
July 7, 2018

Loving Wise Ones speaking through Ruth Shilling, in Narragansett, RI – Channeling #229-7July2018
Summary of ALL POSTS from July 7, 2018

Basic Concepts:

  • Push-Pull Situation: The desire to meet the obligations of life and the pull to be the pure being that you are. Your dog just gets to be a dog. It gets to be just exactly what it is. It doesn’t have an obligation to be something else.
  • We do have responsibilities to others, which can mean there isn’t the energy for the things that might feed our soul.
  • There is always the possibility to have the vibrancy of life in every moment of the day.
  • We get distracted by the activity itself, and we will lose the yumminess what the physical experience, the emotional experience, the mental experience could be.
  • We are not faulting anybody for this because it does happen and it happens extremely frequently.
  • Have an experience where you touch in with the yumminess of life, if you do this for just one, two, three seconds, in that little opening of those few seconds, a whole “whuuuf!” can come through for you. It doesn’t need to be a tit-for-tat, for the potency of making any kind of contact with the reality of your life can have a tremendous impact on your whole day.
  • This is not one more thing you’re supposed to remember to do. If things feel little flat, just try a little something to bring yourself into that present-day awareness. Often a little thing where you touch something is a good one, but you can do it just in your mouth with your tongue.
  • Speaking now for the whole group, we are very, very pleased to have the opportunity to come closer. For it is this, this touching one to the other, this exchanging, this communion, which is the very food of life and the beauty that is available. Thank you so much for your kind attention and we rejoice in the love and beauty that each one of you are.

Work/Obligations and What Feeds Your Soul 

One more question?

(Q: How can I best integrate my day-to-day work and my art?)

Okay. The way we are hearing the question is that there is the day-to-day work – which is probably a job or various things that you are obligated to do for the life – and your art, which is a heart-desiring experience of a fullness that you don’t feel in the everyday job situation. Is this correct?

(Pretty much.)

Well, tell us more then. We want to address the question to the…

(I have joy in my work. It’s shifting gears between one and the other. I can bring my art into… I think I just answered my own question. I can bring my art to my work, I perhaps need to bring more work to my art.)

Isn’t it wonderful how we actually know the answers to these questions?

We would like to address, though, the basic topic of the integration between different aspects of the activities that one is a part of. For although, as you said, this wasn’t exactly the question you had in mind – we believe you are finding your answer quite nicely – you may get some more ideas as we progress.

We feel that for many, and if it isn’t personal to each of you in the room, you probably are aware of people who are doing things as a job, or something of that sort, which does not really “feed their soul” (shall we say). There is a belief that one has to spend a lot of one’s day doing things to “make money” so that one can pay for one’s expenses and have the physical life that the body needs to have and also obligations, maybe to others that you are taking care of, or things like this.

And so this pull-push type thing can happen in that there is the desire to meet the obligations of life, so to speak, and then there is also the pull to be the pure being that you are. As though when you come home and your dog just gets to be a dog. It gets to be just exactly what it is. It doesn’t have an obligation to be something else.

Are you all following this? And you’ve probably felt it in different ways at different points in your life, and so, how to reconcile this? Because we do have responsibilities to others, and these can sap our energy, (so to speak). So that there is not the energy for the things that might feed our soul.

We would suggest that there is always the possibility to have the vibrancy of life in every moment of the day.

You all know this intellectually, but the fact that it could actually happen through the course of your working day – or maybe you’re doing chores or whatever it might happen to be – what happens is that we get distracted by the activity itself, and we will lose the yumminess what the physical experience, the emotional experience, the mental experience could be.

Now, please listen that we are not faulting anybody for this because it does happen and it happens extremely frequently. What we would like to remind [you] is that there is always the possibility to… for instance, just move the tongue in the mouth and feel, “Hmmm… I’m alive.” Anything that touches anything else can remind us of that. We can even touch our own hand or feel the quality… What is the quality of wood as opposed to plastic?

What we would like to say is that having an experience where you touch in with the yumminess of life, if you do this for just one, two, three seconds, in that little opening of those few seconds, a whole “whuuuf!” can come through for you.

It doesn’t need to be a tit-for-tat, “Now I need to be equal. I worked for eight hours. Now I need to be meditating for eight hours. It is not quite like that at all, for the potency of making any kind of contact with the reality of your life can have a tremendous impact on your whole day.

Does this make sense to you all? How does that feel to you? (Good)

Does it feel like one more thing you’re supposed to remember to do? We wouldn’t think of it that way. We would just say that if things feel little flat, just try a little something to bring yourself into that present-day awareness. Often a little thing where you touch something is a good one, but you can do it just in your mouth with your tongue or something like that if you don’t want anybody to see you going like this (stoking hand).

Is this feeling like it is complete for that question? Does anybody have any little, “But what about…?” Anything like that? Good.

We would like to just close by saying that – speaking now for the whole group – how very, very pleased we are to have the opportunity to come closer. For it is this, this touching one to the other, this exchanging, this communion, which is the very food of life and the beauty that is available.

Thank you so much for your kind attention and we rejoice in the love and beauty that each one of you are. Mazel tov!


Summary of ALL POSTS from July 7, 2018


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