by Lee Carroll, via email
As you approach the room you’re going to be in; there’s noise in that room, a lot of noise. As you enter that room, suddenly it stops and there’s a breath that becomes one that’s taken by all. There are so many in the room. They all stopped, the noise stopped, and they are looking at you.
Let me explain what’s going to happen right now.
You just walked into a big group of children, and they see you, and now it erupts again, they laugh, and they applaud, and they’re so happy to see you. They crowd around you as you enter the room, trying to take your hand. They’re so pleased to see you.
It’s hard not to laugh at those beautiful children, what they say, what they do, and how joyful they are. Look at all of them. There are so many of them. It’s an odd thing to recognize yourself in every single child. Who is this? Who could they be?
They surround you with laughter. They are pulling upon you and your hands, “Come this way. We want to show you this. We have all these drawings we’ve made, expecting you to be here. We would love to share some time with you.”
And you go with them willingly.
I want to introduce you to joy. But who’s giving it to you? Every one of these children is you; it’s your inner child from every lifetime you’ve ever lived.
Those beginning years before the responsibilities, before you had anything to worry about. They are you, and in that, they want to share an unbridled joy with you.
What would that mean? For you, it erases fear. While you’re joyful, laughing, and giddy, you don’t fear much; you have so much peace, laughter, and joy. It erases so many things; it even tends to erase disease. This has been documented, Dear Ones.
This is infectious, and it’ll go into your cellular structure, all of this laughing, all of these beautiful faces. All of them together almost in one consciousness, in one voice, listening to you, and you’re listening to them. You laugh, and you cry because you’re joyful.
Here’s what I want. I want you to cognize this and take it home with you. I want you to be able to think of this particular metaphor, this Circle of Twelve, every single time you can.
When you wake up in the morning to rekindle the inner children, they are all you. In this Circle of Twelve, all are in your Soul.
Can you imagine such a thing when you wake up in the morning? Hearing the laughter of the child within, before you go to sleep at night. It’s going to change your life!
I want you to stay here, stay, and be imbued with joy—all of the ones that you’ve experienced all your life, and all of those lives before. Stay, stay and laugh, stay and have the joy of the inner child.
And so it is,
~Kryon of Magnetic Service