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Eye Of The Tornado – Melchizedek

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Greetings, beloveds.  The energy you find yourselves in at this time is moving quickly.  This is dynamic energy, which can shift in an instant, as quickly as an in-breath or out-breath.

Your ability to adjust and adapt to these energy fluctuations is dependent upon your ability to remain present in the moment in a conscious manner, as an observer.  As a detached observer of the process, you will be more easily removed from the discordant interactions of others, as well as from a possible bias toward inappropriate actions by yourself.

It is important to remain centered and focused as these frequencies swirl around you as if you are in the eye of a tornado, where there is stillness within. 

You can accomplish this by remaining conscious and centered during energy disturbances in your life, such as a minor frustration with traffic, an irritating sales clerk, a pushy telemarketer, being late for an appointment and feeling rushed, or anything else that pushes your “buttons” throughout your daily activities.  The moment you feel anger, angst or frustration you are at a “fork in the road,” where you can choose to take a habitual course of action or venture down an alternate route.

As you become accustomed to being an observer rather than overreacting to minor situations in your life, you will develop the habit of being calm and centered in the midst of discordant energy.  Hence, when confronted with a major crisis, you will automatically adopt the same posture, one of an unruffled observer, remaining calm and detached from the situation, even as a participant.  As you practice on minor occurrences, pay attention to your breathing, your thoughts, and your body.  Remain conscious, continue breathing, rather than holding your breath, and allow your body to release tension created by the situation, by placing your attention on the location of the tension in your body and allowing it to dissipate.

At first, you may find that you have already reacted before you realized what happened.  When this happens, we suggest that you replay the scenario in your mind taking a different course of action, as a calm, centered observer.  As you practice on daily situations, you will become adept, responding as an observer when confronted by a challenging situation. With practice you will notice that you are responding to an event in a balanced manner: centered, maintaining a high vibration as it is taking place.

Dear ones, as you practice on minor occurrences in your life, you will become the proficient master you already are; it is a matter of remembering.

Ask for our assistance, and we will come forth to assist you as you take the appropriate action.

You are loved beyond your knowing.

I AM Melchizedek

Melchizedek

Randall’s comments:

Archangel Michael tells us through Ronna*Sacred Scribe that we can tell how we are doing on our spiritual journey by the people in our life and our life experiences.

When we find ourselves continually dealing with challenging situations and hostile people, we are being presented with an opportunity to look within, because these occurrences are reflecting something back to us that lies within.  It may be a thought or feeling that we are not aware of, that the Universe is showing us.  When we don’t use these situations as learning experiences, these events tend to become more intense, until we utilize the opportunity to learn, grow and move on.

If you find yourself interacting with difficult people, my suggestion is to look at the situation from a higher perspective.  Find something about the person that you can appreciate, even if it is only the spark of the Creator that lies within.  Or do some soul-searching to discover what that person is mirroring back to you.  We have the ability to look at this as a positive event, using it to our advantage, initiating change for the better.

This technique can be used for many situations, which include dealing with difficult  people and frustrating circumstances:

Breathe, Center Yourself and Remain Calm.

  • Take at least one breath and center yourself before you respond. Many times we feel that we have to respond immediately when confronted by another person or frustrating situation.  Normally that is not the case; in fact, hesitation will help to defuse the situation.  Do not allow the other person to draw you into a downward spiral of negative energy; remain neutral – do not allow yourself to be drawn in.  Rather than allow the other person’s anger to draw me in, I prefer to allow my calm disposition to help defuse the discordant energy.  Please keep in mind that this works for a frustrating situation as well as a frustrating person.
  • This will give you time to gather your composure, thoughts, and center yourself. I like to smile (even when I’m alone dealing with a frustrating situation) and breathe.
  • Approach the situation as if you are a detached observer, rather than someone caught up in the drama of the moment. One of the most important things to keep in mind is that when another person pushes, do not push back.  Rather, allow the energy to move past you or around you as if you are encapsulated in a protective sphere – think of it like water flowing around a boulder in the river.

It helps to practice with things like minor frustrations so that when we are confronted with anger, we are able to disperse the energy rapidly.

Be joyful, embrace life and thrive!

With love,

Randall

 

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