Many of you are used to dealing with consistent resistance. You get used to being a rectangle or a triangle. When the rectangle moves to one side, you're smooth going for a little bit and then you hit a corner. Smack! The next side of the rectangle hits and the rolling rectangle feels awkward, constantly adapting, unrelenting.
What many of you are asking for is to be the circle, is to move without resistance, to float and bounce along. To move in this manner you must allow perception to release, perspective to release, judgement to release. If you begin to look at each situation and every moment exactly for what it is without preconceived notions or thoughts, then you start to move like the circle.
Circles are timeless. They allow you to be just where you are without sides like the rectangle, forming resistance. With the circle, you get opportunities for healing, for forgiveness, for acceptance, for humanness. You receive the opportunity to be in your body, in space and time. This is one of the greatest gifts of having a human experience, a sense of place, a sense of belonging.
When you start to look at events in your life as causing hangups or difficult moments, that's when you have moved away from the circle. To be back into the circle's smooth flow requires faith, but it is the most natural place for you to be.
So as you change and grow, as obstacles come into your vision, remember the circle and think to yourself that if you were to respond to this so-called obstacle like the energy of a circle, would how would that change the way that you respond? Most likely that obstacle would melt, you would understand its place in the bigger picture, and you would move through it with a lot less resistance, stress, and strife. You would see how those obstacles are learning opportunities, and how those learning opportunities punched you through a previously limiting thought process and opened you to a new place of understanding.
Think about the circle, move like the circle, express like the circle.
That is all.
I am Norma from the Pleiades.
Sedona Journal of Emergence