Apostle Peter On Balance
Updated: Nov 28, 2020
"This is the task for the new millennium, where harmony and peace come together with striving and expansion."
Ann: Good morning, Peter.
Peter: Hello. My thanks to Anita* for making the connection. I have been trying to get your attention, but have not yet found the right channel for that.
Ann: I’m not sure there is a reliable channel as I don’t think I have developed the receptors yet to be consistent. Probably afraid I will be inundated.
Peter: And that can be a problem. Although the saying is, “if you need help, ask a busy man,” I’m not sure that applies to you at the moment. You have to build up to living more consistently in this way of life.
Ann: Which is?
Peter: Which is a constant awareness of Spirit such that you can reach out and touch whomever you want to contact because they are as real to you as your life on this planet. However, when you allow that degree of access, you risk forfeiting your balance. It is a carefully calibrated dance.
Ann: What was it you wanted to say?
Peter: (Smiling) I’m saying it. Just reminding everyone that Rome wasn’t built in a day nor should it be. You have to carefully tend the foundation, your connection to the planet and to each other before moving blithely off into the wild blue yonder as Spirit’s messenger.
We are no good if we can’t communicate, if we don’t continue to live the lives that we as human beings are given. The authenticity of the messages that we receive lies in maintaining this balance.
There are many prophets who have been dismissed as crazy because they failed to maintain their earthly connection. What they said may have been prescient, inspiring, and helpful, but it was dismissed out of hand because their lifestyle, their habits, and their words offered no relatability.
Ann: What about people like St. Francis?
Peter: Ah, he was supremely able to maintain this balance. He spent half of his year out amongst people teaching, travelling, and sowing the word of God. The other half he spent in his cave or some other reclusive space where he could regroup and receive the additional fuel that he needed to carry on his spiritual work. Though he was a radical, he maintained balance, and that is what we are asking you to do.
Note that balance is difference for every life. Some may need, like Mother Teresa, to tend to the living to honor their commitment to their fellow humans. Others may need to retreat and confine their earthbound energies to those within their immediate sphere. How you structure that balance is irrelevant as long as you attend to both sides of the equation, human and divine.
It is a divinely doable balance. It is only in recent civilizations that the spiritual connection has been lost. In many cultures, it was considered normal and necessary to keep those lines of communication open on an ongoing basis.
Our culture has swung too far in the other direction, and it is for us to address the lack. However, in our zeal to do so, we must keep the pendulum balanced in the center, swinging gently to and fro, but not careening off in one direction or another such that the entire mechanism is thrown off kilter.
This is the task for the new millennium, where harmony and peace come together with striving and expansion. Gently, my friends, gently, take your soul for a walk along this path.
November 23, 2020
*Referred by Anita Sacco. See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab.**Anita can be contacted for purchase of obtaining the recipe for her protection spray or readings at https://www.etsy.com/shop/FairyTaleEnd.