I had a conversation with my guides one morning about not wanting to go to church anymore. I was feeling depressed by the rigid sermon presented the day before. I was asking God for a friend who was more aligned with my expanded view to go to church with me. I didn’t want to do this alone. I remembered Moses asking God to let Aaron share the burden of the mission and be the spokesperson. Turns out that Moses parted the Red Sea for the Israelites to cross safely. The evil pursuers were swallowed up and drowned in the sea as the walls that were being held back by angels were released.
Being in a religious setting like that is uncomfortable for me. But, as soon as I surrendered the idea of trying to make someone accept me or believe like I do, the discomfort melted away and love filled my heart. The pushing back stopped!
I know I’m called to bridge gaps by modeling the template for the divine human. It feels like I’m being established though small groups and personal friendships at this church as a resource, one who can help them move forward when things suddenly shift, and the old doctrine no longer supports their new reality.
I love the precious ones who are just beginning to awaken out of the program of religion as we move into higher realms of consciousness.