Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Dee Wallace writes...

7 July 2014

~The Expectation in the Energy~

I have been really surprised traveling through Germany, visiting areas and towns that date back to the tenth century: places that have experienced man's inhumanity toward man in its various forms. There are towns that suffered through plagues and warring kings and bombings through World Wars and Nazi injustices. I expected to feel the heaviness and burdensome energy. I didn't.  It is almost as if the consciousness of human nature was determined to valiantly and patiently replace/redirect/recreate the love that is the basis of what we really are.

It is true that different places had different feelings and character: Amsterdam was incredibly friendly and "looser" with its free acceptance of people's rights to personal desires, Germany not quite so friendly in a staunch, more factual approach to life, and Bavaria expressed the joviality of regions that loved their beer and wine and allowed it to flow freely everywhere. The areas determined to define themselves as Franconian were still focused on the importance of separation in their definition of who they are.

But the ominous heaviness that I felt fifteen years ago when I visited Europe was not present until we arrived in Nuremberg. Nuremberg, as you might remember, was a center for the Nazi propaganda movement and leaders, and also, ironically, where they were judged for the atrocities they committed.  Our tour guide pointed out that the city continually was aware of eliminating most of the memories within the façade of the city except for the big coliseum type building that was never finished.  It occurred to me that the focus on "getting rid of/not looking at" the energy of the Nazi influence was actually keeping that energy more alive there.  And the channel also brought through information that the energy there had been the more powerful and egotistical (in a negative perspective) whereas there had been a more victim energy elsewhere, and that the victim energy had been transferred now into the peaceful power of love again. And that is what the energy of Nuremberg is calling itself to do: use itself, accept itself, and redirect itself into love.

It is a part of the whole, a part of history, a part of us. From the ashes of death and destruction the Phoenix of love has risen again. If it can be done here, after centuries of energetic torture, it can be done in each and every One of Us. Where are your old battle scars that are no longer serving you? What "dictator's energy" are you running from instead of embracing? Allow your Phoenix to rise again, my beautiful people. Use it all and rise up to the greatness of who you are: PURE LOVE.

Blessings, Dee

"I must be willing to give up what I am in order to become what I will be."

Albert Einstein

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