Recently, I was called to start attending a local non-denominational church. I knew this day was coming. I had about 18 years of healing from the indoctrination that had taught me to live a disempowered life. I felt I would one day be called to minister in that arena again. As I was contemplating this possibility, my next-door neighbor invited me to her church, which happened to be the one I was planning to attend IF I ever decided to go. Well, that was a sign if ever I have seen one. I agreed to go with her.
I had outgrown the need for someone to tell me what to believe. Therefore, I felt like I was on an uncover mission the first day I attended. I was sent there to hold frequencies and download templates I have been given for the church at large—not just this congregation. This place was the point of local contact for the Beloveds to work through me.
It all felt familiar. I had been raised in the church. I loved the worship because I felt my Beloveds around me, and the Holy Spirit (Source energy) was tangibly moving through my body! Yet, I did not believe the version of truth that the people there held to tenaciously. Would I be able to hold onto my expanded reality of the Universe while hearing doctrine of the old paradigm? Have I really “owned” my metaphysical truth? This is my test. I am not there to change anyone or make them see things my way. I am to be an example of unconditional love.
I wanted to find friends nearby and I was excited about that part of this mission. I also knew that I could get hurt if (or when) I speak my truth, and someone lashes back with programmed answers and Bible verses. That happened three times already. I expected to feel the pushing back of my ego wanting to attack and make them see the bigger picture. I held my 18-inch personal field and spoke gently and compassionately. I did not feel my egoic anger or frustration rise up. Instead, I felt love. I invited one lady to my home for coffee. We had a “Conversation of a Different Kind” which ended in our holding hands and gazing intimately into one another’s eye, hugging with tears of love and gratitude for the ability to be transparent and honest.
So, after hosting an online gathering of light language intercessors today, Wednesday morning, I plan to go to Bible study in small group tonight. All this on the big political day, January 6th. Who knows what will happen next? All I know is I must to continue to hold the vibration of unconditional love and a field of light as things shift all around me.