I’ve been spending a quiet evening taking quotes from SaLuSa and putting them in First Contact. I was moving rather mechanically and feeling a bit shamefaced, when I came across this passage from SaLuSa’s May 31, 2010 message:
“Are you feeling a bit disconnected from day to day happenings, because you will in some ways become distant as you move more into a different mindset.”
Yes, I feel disconnected from day-to-day happenings. Yes, I feel distant.
“Be assured you are not losing your memories, but the mundane events of Earth no longer have the power to hold your attention.”
Yes, indeed, the mundane events of Earth truly have no power to command my attention at this moment. It would take a major earthquake to rouse me right now. And I was feeling guilty about the situation.
“Your mind is often ‘somewhere else’ and you temporarily lose touch with reality.”
Yes, and not only that, but the smallest things are as much as I can do. Laundry today? Oh, my heavens, I might as well be presiding over a complex hearing. Let’s hope I remember to bring everything. Put the coins in the washer. Sit for half an hour. Put the laundry in the dryer. Remember to take everything home. I can do this.
“Your consciousness is moving into a higher vibration, as you merge closer to your Higher Self.”
Well, I certainly hope so because otherwise I’m losing it to Oldtimer’s Disease.
“You are in strange times to what you normally experience, but as the veil is lifted the Light will illuminate your mind with the truth of who you really are.”
Keep reminding me of this, especially if you see me standing on the street corner, mouth open, staring into space.
“If you can find balance and harmony in your life now, we would say that you are already living from a higher state of consciousness. Is it then no wonder that you feel different to many people around you, and find their ways no longer acceptable? It is a sign of the separation that is occurring at the present time, and it is a perfectly normal development.”
Oh heavens, how reassuring. Otherwise I’m a basket case. And, yes, I feel balanced and harmonious. Too balanced and harmonious. I could just sit on a bench and stare at the sky. I don’t notice time passing.
Thank heavens, I’m right on cue. If you don’t hear from me of a day, send in the St. Bernards. I’m the guy with the seraphical smile sitting at the bus stop, with nothing to do, nothing to say.