Adamus St. Germain

Wise Words: Expanded Potentials

In the energies of chaos
you can make the greatest expansions of your consciousness.

~ Adamus Saint-Germain

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This year has been called a Year of Disruption. All you need to do is turn on the news to have that validated. While it can be frustrating and, maybe, a bit frightening, it is also how great changes happen. How the old gives way to the new. And this era is certainly a quantum leap in new. No more baby steps. It’s time for everything to become new. Not renewed or refreshed or revamped, but new. Totally new. Old systems giving way to new, more creative systems. Old technologies dissolving into innovative and brilliant new ones. And you, too. This is a grand opportunity to open up to the expanded potentials and allow the old, tired, worn out you to dissolve. To become new. The natural you. True you.

A few years ago, Carla Berg gave me an image which later I would recognize as a metaphor for the work I do as a Life Coach. Imagine a golden orb. Golden. Beautiful. Radiant.

This is you. The essence of you. True you.

Take a deep breath. Close your eyes. Feel into it for a moment. Go beyond just seeing it. Feel it. Bask in it.

Mmmmm…. Feels good. Feels right.

Now, think about your life. The challenging experiences you’ve had at work. Hurtful relationships, past and present. Unhealed wounds from childhood. The stress you may feel in your busy, sometimes hectic life. Beliefs that limit what you feel you can have, do or say. I could go on, but you know that list of things, right? These things are like strips of blue painter’s tape covering up the orb. Covering that radiant glow. This stuff accumulates. Slowly, over time, bit by bit, layers and layers of tape. Until you can no longer see the full, glowing radiance of that orb. Now it’s just a big ball of blue tape.

Feel into it this version of the orb. Notice any similarities or differences to the feeling you had with the glowing, unbound orb.

The effect of the accumulated junk, represented by the tape, is enormous. When you can no longer see and feel and know that radiance, that truth, that oh so natural way of being, it significantly affects how you move around in the world and engage life. You begin to create your life in the image of the bound up ball of blue tape, instead of your radiant glow. You create a false version of life as if it were the real version. You see your reflection as the ordinary blue ball. You create your environment in that image. You create relationships in that image. Before you know it, these things have weighed you down, limited your potentials, and blocked the flow the your vital life force, creativity and passion. And you may not even realize it. It may seem normal.

But, many are waking up now. Fed up enough to begin to see a few cracks between the pieces of tape where small streams of their own Light shines through. Beginning to remember that there’s something more. Feeling inspired to begin removing those bits of tape to reveal what has been covered up. That certainly was the case for me!

Now, this is the work I do with those who are ready and willing. This is my passion. I relish the moments when I get to remind them that they are nothing less than a sacred, glorious, radiant being. And support their discovery of the golden, glowing orb that lies just under the blue tape.

 

Rays of Sunset, photo by Mauritius

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Rays of Sunset, photo by Mauritius

Be Inspired: 01.21.16

Power is a saccharin.
It’s artificial.
It does not exist, but there are enough who will not,
do not love themselves or honor themselves enough to be in their own energy.
They do not consider themselves worthy enough to have their own energy
for their own creations that they take it from someone else.
They are unconscious or blind to the fact that there is no power.
You don’t need energy from anyone else.
It’s all there for you in, you could say, unlimited quantities.
There’s plenty.

~ Adamus Saint-Germain

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art by Rex Ray
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Art will save the world

I’ve recently discovered the work of Olaf Hajek and it got me thinking. The pieces are organic, wild, chaotic with elements of both modern art and folk art. A real blending. He doesn’t seem to be following the rules. Retailers and name brands often commission him to do pieces for their advertising. I’m intrigued by the breaking down of walls this indicates. The walls that keep art separate. Considered such only if it’s hung in museums, created by someone trained in art school or is very old and created by someone history calls a Master. What is art? Why is art still so haughty? This question has even been explored by Jerry Seinfeld in a recent episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Why isn’t comedy considered art? With great passion and some humor of course, he shared that, in his view, it is.

Isn’t it time we take a different view? Reexamine art and creativity. Move beyond old, outdated notions. According to Adamus, art and creativity will save the world.

As I’ve said before, art will save the world. It truly will. When a society can be artistic, first and foremost, that means it has liberated itself. It’s not the painting that’s going to free somebody. It’s the consciousness that “We can spend our time with the joyful, sensual pleasures on Earth, rather than the mental, rather than the rules and regulations.” That shows a free society.  ~Adamus St. Germain

Sounds like a great world to me! I’m in! Who’s with me?

 

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