The following is an excerpt from a recent automatic writing session.
Spirit: Even though it’s autumn, and the leaves are falling from the trees and the only flowers still in bloom are the mums, it is a good time to think about the cycle of death, dying, living, breathing, reincarnating. It is such a beautiful circle of life. Whether we’re talking about perennial flowers that spring from the ground each March or new babies that are born with a new body and the same soul living a new life, it is similar. When you see the similarities between a perennial and a human soul, you will be amazed again at God’s genius. To plan out the entire species and all the complexities really does make one stand back in awe of his creation. God really is very much like a gardener tending plants. Souls emerging and incarnating into this life are like baby seedlings that aren’t aware of the last year’s growing season. They are just aware of this lifetime. They are just aware of this set of circumstances. If you carry the analogy from the plants, the baby doesn’t know whether he will incur plenty of rain, nourishment, love, and sunshine, or if there will be lack. Of course the soul knows these things. The soul always chooses the perfect time for the soul to incarnate into a body for the maximum effectiveness in achieving the contracts that are destined for a particular lifetime, but the baby is like the seedling—a little tentative and highly dependent an others to ensure his life will get started on off on the right footing and that everything will come to fruition as it should. And then as the seedling grows and becomes a little more independent, it’s not as critical that it receive optimum care and feeding. Sometimes a well established plant can withstand a lot of neglect and even abuse from the elements, very similar to a child or an adult that has received a firm solid footing at birth and in the formative years. It’s all so interesting the parallels. Humans think they are so complex and unique and they are, but so are the snowflakes that fall from the sky and the seedlings that emerge from tiny seeds. Energy takes on many forms and many vast complexities to create a world that is both interesting and complex.
Hmmm… “complex” must be my favorite word today. I seem to be using it a lot. Sometimes it is limiting to use your language instead of being able to convey a thought through a “mind-meld” of sorts. Telepathy is so much more expressive, and sometimes I forget that I can still have a full, rich conversation, even without using telepathy, but I think it’s something for us to strive to achieve, just because it’s enjoyable and bliss filled.