When knowledge, wisdom and messages come through me while I’m talking with someone, they continue to sometimes bombard me to be said aloud and delivered to the person to whom the message pertains. I often think of that saying “don’t shoot the messenger” and try to couch the delivery with some kind words in order to make the message more palatable and easier to accept.
But that doesn’t always happen for sometimes the message is blunt, to the point and not very easy to say let alone hear when you’re the receiver. So far, I’ve been lucky in that those who get a message have been grateful for the message even when it wasn’t easy to hear.
Yesterday the winds were wild here and I was feeling very out of sorts and uncentered. It was as if my body were vibrating constantly influx without being able to ground myself. I wasn’t able to focus well and spent most of the day listless.
Finally towards afternoon I went outside as the winds had died down a bit and I felt the vibrations ease out of my body. Whether it was being outside, putting my feet on the ground or the winds or whatever was flying around and making it difficult for me, it released me. I felt back to normal which felt good. Afterwards I was able to channel to a friend (not that I was planning on it) but they began working through me to help her with her new year’s list of intentions.
I am grateful that today she told me that she had thought about the message she received yesterday through me and was able to understand better after processing the information. I am wary sometimes when I deliver messages that are blunt and feel overly strong because I never want to hurt anyone’s feelings. The intention of the messages is always to help and not to hurt, but they seem to deliver them bluntly to make the point when I always think that subtle nudging would work just fine. But when I start with gentleness and that is not what they want or how they want it delivered, it feels like the message just gets louder in my head until I have to deliver it as demanded.
I am only a conduit and yet, I am grateful for the ability.