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Richard Burton: What We Can't See

Here's Richard's take on ongoing fallout from large life issues. Perhaps you have experienced something similar?

Ann: Hi Richard, sorry to have been out of touch.

Richard Burton: Hello, love. And you haven’t, not really, you have just been processing on a very deep level that which has transpired. You do not recall the surgery experience, but in that context you were in an expanded spiritual state, your body on one level, your spirit on another.

Truth to tell, this is true of all of us on the planet. It’s just that we are grandly unaware. (Smiling.) We attach such importance to that which besets us or elevates us and think thereby we have conquered the kingdom! Instead we have simply been granted glimpses based on our place on the consciousness continuum. What we can process is so very tiny, love, even through those teachers among us!

You, like most at one time or another, have swallowed a whole meal, indeed, a lifetime of same, at one sitting, and should not be surprised that it is taking time to digest. Yes, I know you would like it all spelled out to you in chapter and verse, but such is not given.

Instead, love, you are processing on your own time continuum as each of us must. What is important is to avoid negative energy which you do not need coming at you. None of us do. We must leave to Caesar and all his compatriots the things of Caesar.

No one else knows your heart, and your path except you and Spirit. You, like so many, must unlearn the rigors and routines that heretofore held such sway, and thereby dig deeper to the core of Spirit’s teachings.

Ann: Discipline?

Richard: Yes, I know, you think you lack this trait and see it as a shortcoming. I am not saying, love, that discipline is not useful. God knows I could have used some on different levels than that which I embraced. I mastered the get-there-on time, know- your-lines, study-the-masters part. I failed, however, to receive the love that was offered me and connect it to my own heart. That is the real discipline, love. After that, everything falls into place.

Do not judge yourself lacking because you have not mastered a process that may only be facilitated through self-love. Instead, let discipline become that four letter word, love, as I have been trying to tell you.

December 26, 2022

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Dec 29, 2022

I'd just finished watching Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, then was moving on to The Sandpiper, when up popped Richard!! 😊 Don't you love serendipity?

I love this as I find myself feeling a tad guilty at times for not being consistent with my Spiritual work. Thank you both so much. 💙🌈


Dec 27, 2022

I have found that the nature of these things, Ann, is to keep us in a state of confusion. To keep things blurred. But as Richard says, what I have sensed is the love...kindness... coming through. Very subtle...elusive...elevating our consciousness...The struggles have ceased. I am at peace with myself.


Dec 27, 2022

This is indeed encouraging and supportive. I chance to state each of us know well our personally perceived shortcomings better than anyone else might; still, it can be frustrating at best when we think we aren't "living up" to our own set standards, nevermind the standards of others. We can be hard on ourselves - this can spur self evolution upwards or stagnate our growth with harsh judgement, can it not?

Sigh.....just when we think we have the answers, life teaches us, once again, to question our beliefs.

Some days it's utterly exhausting.

Thanks, Ann...and thank you, too, Richard.

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