Vision of the Kingly Mentor
Saturday, November 24, 2013
On Saturday, before I meditated, I experienced the kingly aspect of High Priest Melchizedek while I was honoring the Ascended Masters in prayer. So I asked what does it mean that I am in what is basically a kingly court? The answer that I received from Melchizedek was that I needed to rule over my life from my Higher Self.
Ahhhh…that meant I had to look at how I was not ruling over my life from my higher Self, and one aspect of my life became obvious: in one particular relationship, I was experiencing a lot of pain, because the relationship was out of alignment. Whether one says the relationship was out of alignment because of me or because of the other person does not matter, it became my responsibility to get the relationship back into alignment.
Because of the blessing of being taught by an Ascended Master that I needed to rule my life, I chose to do that. Without that mentoring, I would not have had the strength, because the relationship was feeding me love in a way that I have longed for essentially my entire life, and perhaps for many lifetimes.
However, I thought it through, and decided how I needed to practice non-attachment in the relationship, so that I could honor everyone and all aspects involved in the relationship from my Higher Self. That choice set me free from attachment, and I experienced greater love and joy through choosing to be more fully centered. It helps that the person in the relationship had introduced a new level of love in my life which felt as though it had healed my inner child.
Free from the past painful emotions of my inner child, my inner child managed to grow up. This apparently is an essential step on the spiritual path so that we can fully practice non-attachment to the outer world of form.
I had a wonderful, joyful and loving day, especially professionally as an energy healer and spiritual mentor, but also just opening up to ‘what is’ in my personal life with non-attachment. What a treat! This opened me up to be a spiritual mentor for a cashier at Whole Foods. This opened me up to receive joyfully snowflakes driven by a ferociously, biting cold wind – it reminded me of living in Michigan and learning to love the adventure of dealing with winter weather (well, except maybe the driving!)
How lovely it is to live with non-attachment, especially if one allows it to be replaced with joy!