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Change

February 16, 2017 3:55 AM EST

Channeled by Linda Lee

Universal Collective Council

For so long we have waited for what is now approaching.

With the morning sky awash with light, with the sight of our ships, we will come unto the world.

No longer will there be mystery of only one life.

We come in peace and bring with us the way of a free and loving world.

No more will the will of those who keep you in bondage prevail.

No more false flags will be perpetrated against you as a people, but love will be your way.

Those who do not wish to see, hear, or acknowledge will be lost to their own world of lust and hate. So we say look to the morning sky, feel the morning sun upon your brow.

Rest your feet upon the soil that feeds and nourishes you. This is where you will see us.

This world no longer will be in doubt about their fore fathers.

No longer will borders divide us. As one we … Read more

Door to Better World

“Holding on is believing that there’s only a past; letting go is knowing that there’s a future.” ~Daphne Rose Kingma

Growing up, we’re told to follow our heart and make our dreams come true. Granted, there are some naysayers who tell us we won’t ever be able to make it happen and maybe it would be better to think of an alternative. But the people who love us and want us to find happiness, they believe in us and encourage us to follow our dreams.

I have amazing parents, friends, and family who always believed in me, who always said anything is possible—and I believe them.

When I decided, in my late teens, that I wanted to be an actor, my parents were behind me 100 percent. They were a little startled at my choice since I had always been so shy, but they supported me all the way.

All the way to drama school, all the way to moving to London to be in the thick of it, all the way through my … Read more

New Years Resolutions

“I can affect change by transforming the only thing that I ever had control over in the first place and that is myself.” ~Deepak Chopra

As the New Year quickly approaches, many of us spend time in review and reflection of the past year’s events and initiate strategic planning for the upcoming year.

We create and contemplate lists of resolutions, often featuring some of the same goals from the previous year. But we convince ourselves that this is going to be the year for change and transformation.

So, on January 1st, we arise, excited and committed to our new or repeated goals of exercising regularly, eating healthy, waking up earlier, taking a new class, searching for a new job and career, saving money, releasing bad habits, and the list goes on and on.

Yet, by Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the thrill and fervor have dwindled, and by mid-year our resolutions have fallen by the wayside—and our lives look exactly as they did the previous year.

For several years, I was painfully stuck in my … Read more

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