Who is Sanaya? Suzanne Giesemann answers:
Who is Sanaya? Suzanne Giesemann answers: "Sanaya has told us that she is a collective consciousness of minds with both a feminine and masculine energy. This energy comes from a higher dimension than our own. When I bring through Sanaya's words, I am "tapping in" to Higher Consciousness. I am allowing that Consciousness to express itself through my body: through my brain, through my vocal cords, my arms, my hands, and also through my pen. Sanaya would not need a name, except for our human need to put labels on things and place our experiences into well-defined boxes. Sanaya takes us outside the box into a dimension where we come face to face with our higher selves. To hear the words of Sanaya as they come through ... to sit in the presence of that energy ... is a palpable experience of higher vibration ... of love. To read Sanaya's words can have the same result when you tune in to that finer energy as you read." (To read the full explanation of who and what Sanaya is, click here.)
Monday, February 20, 2012
An ostrich buries its head in the sand, you say. Have you been accused of doing the same? When on the spiritual path, you begin to see far more light than darkness. Has the world changed? Yes. YOUR world has brightened, for you have changed your focus.
Perception is reality. Darkness may continue around you, for so many feel the need to focus their attention on perceived darkness. You need not walk in their shoes.Once the Light shines inside you, the way is very clear. Allow others to wallow if they will. Send them love, then walk on, shining brightly. It is a choice you make from moment to moment: to give power to darkness, which is not a thing at all, or to see and be only goodness.
Is this naïve, or is this Truth in action? What has focusing on darkness brought to others? What has focusing on Love and Light brought to YOU? It has brought you peace, has it not? This enables you to share your light with others, even if you mistakenly believe it is only with one soul at a time. The effects are more far-reaching than you realize.
Go ahead. Stick your head in the sand, but be like your so-called tiki torch. Stand there and glow—perhaps the only light on the beach. But to what will others on the beach be attracted? To more of the same darkness, or to one solitary ray of light? Shine on, oh brave ostrich. You are the torch in the darkness.
Posted by Suzanne Giesemann at 8:13 AM