The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Friday, September 20, 2013

Life Here and Beyond

You are living in transformational times. All around and about you things are changing - sometimes for the better, sometimes not so. There will be times when you will feel pulled this way or that way. There will be other times when you won't know what to do and may feel overwhelmed

Advice is given, as always, in this video to support you on your passage from here to there in the most benevolent way.

It is likely there will be a follow-up to this either in the Sedona Journal of Emergence or the Light Technology Publishing website or both perhaps in October or by November.


Goodlife


6 comments:

Foraged^Roots said...

Thank-You Grandfather, for this message. Good to hear from you. These are delicate times, the earth patterns are delicate, transformative and so are the people it feels. I was reading abut Sukhavati today, a tibetan buddhist term. It is a place where we meet loved ones, deities, in the pure consciousness of death. The bardos are interesting. I also think it is important for us to understand the meaning of impermanence so we can adapt to these ever changing times.

Once again thank you for your teachings.

Robert Shapiro said...

Greetings my friend,

Thank you for your comments, teaching and dedication.

Goodlife

Raphael Perales said...

Thank you dear Mr Shapiro for a relevant and helpful message. Thank you for continuing to support our awakening and transformation. Thank you for caring and being here, now and sharing this journey with us, for you have made a good differance in me. I am honoured to have listened to your philosophical and spiritual discourses and teachings and your words have opened up new worlds, vistas, pathways, potentials and personalities that are breathtaking and brilliant and that you have helped us to open and see through all these places and events (that can seem sometimes so scary and intimidating) and with your warmth and skill, feel safe to explore and experience life more fully and richly. And for that sir no words can express ones very deep gratitude that i have for you. And in my heart i wish you unreservedly, good life.

Robert Shapiro said...

Thank you for your kind and thoughtful comments Raphael.

Goodlife

Raphael Perales said...

I love our Beautiful Creator, and i love that He speaks through you Sir, and i love that i can both hear it and feel it. Love You. Good life.

Robert Shapiro said...

Thank you for your comment, Raphael. I appreciate and am humbled by your words.