Good day, sweet angel! You have learned so much. You now realize that with all the latest energies, codes, and alignments coming in that you are being prepared for the new. These are new beginnings, not just for you but humanity as a whole.
The Keeper of Time and Scientist of the Heart and the group
Keeper of Time: Greetings from Home, dear ones. I have joined you this day with your game already well under way. It’s fascinating for us to watch. We get to watch as you move from level to level, uncertain where the end is or where you’re moving to.
During 2020, and for several years to come, drastic changes will continue for as long as it takes to bridge from the third physical dimension to the fifth physical dimension. You will encounter many changes as you enter this phase of your soul mission:
You have left the Year of the Pig, a wonderful year for those at the top who were happy in their little patch, wallowing in the mud. You know the ones I mean — very contented but not going anywhere useful. On January 25, you entered the Year of the Rat. The rat is very active.
Today we will talk with the Siberian shaman Aayla. Numerous studies and several scientific films about her confirm her healing abilities. Shaman Aayla is called the Voice of Spirits on Earth. Aayla, please tell us how spirits affect our lives.
The diagnosis of multiple sclerosis was bestowed on me a few years ago. I felt horrified, confused, and desperate. I also felt alone. This was my problem, not a commonly experienced natural disaster. And everyone knows: “There is no cure for MS.” For weeks, I was frantic.
The purpose of life has now been established: It’s to have a good time. If you’re not having a good time, why not? You are creating your life anew every morning. If you have a job you hate, quit it; find something else. If you’re in a relationship that makes you miserable, end it.
I was recently on a long-haul flight from Sydney, Australia to Vancouver, Canada. A young mother with two little boys sat in the row in front of me. The flight attendant announced that no one was to use peanuts, as these boys had severe peanut allergies.
Japan’s predominate religions are Shintoism and Buddhism. Traditionally, Shintoism focuses on daily rituals aimed at connecting the practitioner to Japan’s ancient roots and his/her ancestors, as well as the divine essence that supports all life — rocks, trees, animals, and the earth itself.