Saturday, March 17, 2018


Sometimes people or even groups of people may approach you and ask for you to do something that doesn’t sit well with you. This is what I recommend you say and use as a foundational policy as well: “I only work in the most benevolent way.” This of course is not only a policy but is based upon the following. 

As a dedicated Channel working with the highest good in mind, you know that spirit you interact with and feel their energy is only benevolent. You know this based upon how you feel physically in contact with them as well as what they have communicated to you personally over time. 

Also spirit works only in the most benevolent way and can help to bring about change gently as long as all feel good about any change, slight or moderate, that they themselves might make to provide a change you may have requested for yourself or others, say in Living Prayer or Benevolent Magic for example. This also applies in advice, background information or other that you may bring through in channeling. 

If someone asks you to channel something that goes against your deeply held principals, you don’t have to do that. It might be something religious or philosophical for example. If it is something like that then what I’ve done in the past is to have a list of other Channels that I feel are clear and doing good work as far as I know and will refer that person or group who has made that request to another Channel who might be willing to work with them and their interests. 

If, on the other hand, someone or some group asks you to channel some thing or some entity that feels corrupted or even evil to you physically and/or mentally I recommend you do not do that. Sometimes this can even come up in a group you may have worked with or even an individual who is just curious and seems to be asking because they just wondered about that. It is up to you then to guide them away from that pursuit by simply saying no. 

You cannot save everyone from taking the wrong path but you do not have to run down that path with them to try to bring them back. Some things are just, “No” and that’s all you can do. That’s what I recommend. Goodlife

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