God’s Presence is a mystery – an alluring one that compels you to know Him ever more deeply. At least for those who have the compulsion, that is. After all, it is Him that has seeded us with this questing for Him within us in the first instance.
Every day miracles are made across the globe, in many cultures, amongst groups of people and individuals alike. And most are hardly aware of this.
It could be the engineered averting of a cataclysmic ‘natural’ event that may have resulted in the loss of (sometimes many) lives.
Or it might be in the silent helping of a baby, redirecting it so as to avoid a crisis. Or perhaps it was by way of subtle assistance that comes forth immediately during the potential poisoning of a child, sometimes without the parents or caregivers even being aware of such an occurrence.
This and much, much more is the stuff miracles are made of. But the greatest miracle of all is the miracle of life and living, in general. The very fact of being, of existing as spirit in the world of matter is miracle enough in and of itself.
From this comes the many and varied ways of experiencing life through the God-given senses. To smell a rose or another fragrant flower, to spoon a tasty piece of baked cheesecake into your mouth, to experience the sensual pleasure of a hot shower (or a cold one) and to equally know what it is to ride a horse and feel the invigorating wind whipping your hair and face.
Oh, so many and varied pleasures is this experience in flesh and form.
Yet my children often don’t quite understand the great value of such – even in the simplest of pleasures. Such as a short walk to a park or garden that will cost you nothing except time, and which houses many a tree and its accompanying orchestra of birdsong.
Being privy to this while relaxing comfortably on the grass is to be considered a miracle. You are surrounded by life that desires to come to your aid.
Here you might find some solace amongst the standing tree people and the flying ones that wish to serve, comfort, uplift and bring pleasure to thee.
Even in the seemingly most harsh of conditions, situations and experiences is there something of beauty, benefit and healing to be had.
Think of someone here who has been imprisoned for life. He or she yet has the sky above him from their prison cell or grounds, along with the birds that fly freely to remind and impulse the prisoner to continue to aspire towards his own eventual freedom.
And then there are tales of those prisoners who’s love of the birds (and what they represent) was such that they ‘adopted’ a bird by befriending it.
Yes, this is a true story and each day a particular prisoner in South Africa would beckon the bird ever closer with food.
One thing led to another and the bird and man became friends, eventually leading to the bird being trained as a carrier pigeon.
In other scenarios, male prisoners have befriended rodents, turning them into pets. There was a programme at one South African prison that expanded on this concept, allowing certain prisoners to foster relationships with dogs, which proved very beneficial all around.
The moral of the story - for everything does have a moral element to it - winds up being that the prisoners were able to develop an empathy and sensitivity and a caring due to their relationship of nurturing and love with their animal friend.
They may not necessarily have ever been able to learn about these qualities without having had their prison experience.
Do you see the miracle at work there now, even in that seemingly-limited and ‘negative’ circumstance?
Miracles are so commonplace they are taken for granted upon earth during your short sojourn.
Moving your very physical bodies in continuous messages between brain and limb itself is a miracle. Most people hardly stop to think about the complex physiologically mechanism in place that keeps the required movements functioning smoothly in any given day on earth.
Why, then, do so many of my children choose to underrate so much of their God-given daily experiences and living?
Everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING is a miracle that is your life. For, in one way or another or many ways, the experiences are ultimately gifting you. And this leads to your success – in the short or longer term on your eternal journey.
When the human body is dis-eased and in need of healing, have I not seeded the earth, the mountain rock, the sea and so many of your flora and herbs with the healing elements you might need? It is in some of these that you will find even the mind, emotions and spirit itself is positiviely impacted and are considered ‘miraculous’ healers.
Such as Ormus of which my scribe would have me speak.
The sacred substance and consciousness healer known as Ormus is also called aetherium, monoatomic gold, white gold and a host of other names.
Its beneficial effects on the human form also endless. Effectively, this solution – mostly made from the Dead Sea Salts – has the ability to regenerate human cells, ‘sparking’ them back into life, in addition to working to amplify the intent of the user.
Like flower essences and certain herbs that affect the emotions, mind and the spiritual essence of a person, Ormus stands out as a catalyst across, through and in the subtle bodies, the physical body and at the higher levels.
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Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Posted by Goldsalchemy at Tuesday, September 27, 2016