One of the many things I’ve learned from working and writing with spirit is that the more familiar you grow with a particular communicator, the more straight talking they grow with you!
Here are two short pieces of writing, using the same list of words as ‘triggers’ (the communicator chooses which one(s) they want to write about). The first piece was done with an unfamiliar communicator. The second was done with Jy – one of my spirit guides whose role has always been to advise me about writing and who, by now, was also beginning to emerge as a very forthright communicator.
(The trigger words given by spirit were Band, Place, Sound, Shoe, Window, Bucket, Ape and Pain.)
Bucket – 15 November 2012
To dip the bucket too deeply into your well makes the task harder.
Take only the water you need to quench your thirst. Share what is left with others who need it. Give a little to Mother Earth to allow the flowers to grow.
Waste not from the well of life – it is always there.
Shoe and Ape – Jy, 18 November 2012
You have a saying – ‘if the shoe fits’.
Many may choose to ape the role of the spiritual man but few fill the role to perfection. The aim is to strive to be real, not perfect. To be the person you would wish to be in your heart. Not to play a role, to ape perfection, to say the words without meaning them or living the actions they dictate.
Many claim to be spiritual, but what does this mean? To each of you it is different. Aim to be true to yourself, to your hopes and dreams, to be kind to others.
The shoe that truly fits does not cause blisters on the conscience.