Celine and her sister Petra, both from Zimbabwe, live in San Francisco. Celine has a very dry wit and a very loving heart. I asked her to write an article for us and she’s obliged with one that reflects a few incidents from her lightwork.
After reading the lovely transcript of your conversation with Linda Dillon and Saint Germaine, I thought I would attempt to provide a couple of examples of a “can do” attitude and “frequency” in action.
For the longest time I’ve been fortunate to be able to utilize “can do” to accomplish a myriad of things – most turn out wonderfully, some have not. For example – it was the easiest thing in the world to join the real estate buying spree before the bubble burst, what? seven years ago now or so, but I ended up losing it all. I learned a whole lot, became ill and know it was all for a reason!
But mostly “can do’s” convert heartfelt intention to manifestation.
One example is deciding to see the world on a shoestring budget during my mid-20’s.
I went to the travel agent who pulled out a globe and within an hour we had an itinerary planned and I handed over the $1,000 I had saved for the airfare, and chose a departure date.
I made contact with friends, friends of friends, and strangers to begin arranging where I might stay, bought a shoestring travel guide and organized a potential contract in Europe to earn money for the other expenses. It all materialized and I traveled for two years, ending up in southeast Asia with a budget of $4/day.
It was the “free-est” time of my life. I linked up with complete strangers and always had a bed to sleep in and food to eat.
I had faith in humanity, which is overwhelmingly kind and loving, generous and hospitable, and had many a-ha moments such as a deep sense of the Middle East being a crucible for humanity, a crossroads, a fountain out of which much wisdom and action has poured. I learned to be confident of my intentions and my well-being, I learned to ask for help when needed, but mostly I learned Gratitude for all of it.
Fast forward to the early 2000’s and a decision that I had to find a way to bring my family to the U.S. How on Earth does one do this I thought? How does everyone else do this?
I picked up the telephone and made one call, then another, and then another. I sought an attorney for advice. I “worked” on this daily for a good two years. Each day presented a challenge, another hurdle to jump over, and each day I picked up the telephone to sort it out, or went to the relevant authority, or to the post office or wherever I needed to go.
Giving up or becoming despondent were not options. Rather, a resolve, an inner strength kept driving me forward. I could not predict timelines or details, but I could confidently maintain the intention and not take no for an answer. Each day was another step forward, another step closer, and reason to celebrate progress. Needless to say, the intention materialized and it was very exciting.
I can cite countless examples of “can do” – such as finding the right job, finding a way to survive without a job, helping others get through their struggles, helping found a Waldorf charter school, living a ‘normal’ life despite rheumatoid arthritis, and on and on.
I am not sure where the “can do” attitude came from – maybe I came in with it, maybe I learned it early in life – but I can say that I have always been a happy, positive, bubbly and mischievous person out to create Peace.
This has probably helped me understand the concept of raising frequency or vibrational level over the last several years, and putting this understanding into practice. One example (and I relayed this story to you on your trip through California) is helping a person who became homeless by reminding her to shift her vibration as her hurdles present themselves.
A few weeks ago she called me at 8:30 in the evening from a Starbucks to say her car wouldn’t start. I drove right over there and found that her world had fallen apart in the last hour; she couldn’t find her purse, she couldn’t find an apartment application form or her AAA card, the car would not start and she had gone to Starbucks because she had no light in the room where she is staying because the light bulb broke.
She was sobbing and asking why this had to happen. For some reason I remained utterly calm and spoke with a voice that came from deep within my belly. I had her explain the sequence of events, then used my logic to “know” that the purse had to be somewhere close by, and I said to her “OK, let’s ask St. Jude to help us find your purse”, and, hey presto, it materialized within the minute! The same for the form.
I used my AAA card to call the tow truck and afterwards took her to buy a light bulb. During the process I was able to show her that her world had not fallen apart and that indeed things were turning out wonderfully.
We have developed a language – I reminded her that going back to her mud puddle was not helpful for her and that she could move back up the spiral towards the Light – and she did just that. We did it together, and we rejoiced with St. Jude and thanked her Guardian Angels, and at the end of the ‘episode’ she was consoled, in gratitude and knew that All is Well.
When this wonderful person suddenly was without a home for her and her children, tensions were very high when she had to move out. The person she had sub-let from had let her down in a major way. The fact was that both of them were in dire straits.
I helped my friend organize a rental van; she was exhausted and traumatized. So I casually drove over to the house, saw whom I knew must be the other person, wound down my car window and said “Hello, I am a social worker and I’m here to make sure that this evening ends peacefully, and that you both go on your way in Peace.”
This was accepted. I sat in the car for two hours, invoking all the Angels and Archangels (and chatting with them), and believing in the peaceful ending, and at the end brokered the exchange of money and keys, again calmly and from the belly.
I thanked both parties for their cooperation and wished them well on the next step of their life journeys. The evening ended peacefully, in a higher vibration, and just as I intended, and afterwards, late in the evening, we came together to celebrate a huge accomplishment and to chuckle over my spontaneous theatrical presentation.
I am not wishing to boast here, rather to offer concrete examples of “can do” and raising the frequency level in action. This may seem difficult for some, but I would like to suggest it’s a matter of conscious choice and never doubting the inner forces that lie waiting to be set in motion, either through intention or through action.
It’s quite simply a matter of deciding and of taking one step forward at a time. We are indeed powerful creators, and I love it!
With my Love and Gratitude to All of Us.