Full consciousness — your natural state — will soon be upon you. Some of you are already getting intimations, glimpses of this glorious state of existence, and are sharing your experiences of it. This is wonderful because it helps you in your quest to recognize the oneness of all sentient beings, and if all are one, as is indeed the case, sharing is not optional, it is unavoidable.
As I have told you before, everything you think, say, or do affects all. So make a point of strengthening your awareness of this fact until it never leaves your mind. Then ask yourself with every one of your thoughts — thinking, saying, or doing — whether you would be truly happy to receive it as a gift. If the answer is definitely “yes,” share it gladly. If the answer is in any way less positive, knowing that what you share you also receive, release it gratefully and move on, and by so doing you have neither shared nor received anything unworthy of you or unacceptable to you.
As you make this way of being into a consistent habit, you will find yourself troubled far less frequently by anxiety and doubts, and your sense of peace and worth will intensify as you come to recognize that this way of being is exposing your real Self — the perfect loving entity that your Father created. Initially, you may feel shy or nervous because you have become so accustomed to concealing yourself behind a mask or disguise in order to feel safe. As you grow used to revealing your true Self these doubts and anxieties will dissolve and you will find others accepting and welcoming your presence with increasing trust and gratitude. They will then feel encouraged to follow your loving example. Walking your talk can have astonishing results of a most beneficial nature!
You are here to learn, to demonstrate, and to teach of God’s infinite Love for all His children, and by offering unconditional love and acceptance in every situation, you do all of this. This does not mean that you allow yourself to be manipulated or that you say “yes” to every request that others may make. It means that you do not attack others in thought, word, or deed, nor do you defend yourself against attack. If someone attacks you, and continues to do so despite your non-resistance, then remove yourself quietly from the situation without comment (except, perhaps, for “I must leave now”), as obviously the person attacking you will not acccept your acceptance of him and is therefore not ready for this lesson. If the person is an intimate relative or friend this can be difficult, but the alternative is often an unspoken agreement to maintain a co-dependent relationship where neither of you is permitted to remove your mask and be your true Self. A co-dependent relationship greatly inhibits your spiritual unfoldment and also that of the other party; so if it cannot be resolved, it is best ended.
To make a sound decision in a situation like this you most definitely need a considerable amount of quiet time alone when you can seek help from your spiritual guides. You may also need to seek professional help from a qualified and competent therapist. By ending a co-dependent relationship you not only give yourself the gift of your rightful opportunity to heal, you also give it to the other party in the relationship (even though they may well not wish to accept it), and that is being true to your Self and allows the divine flame of love within you to grow.
You are all here to love and help one another, but you cannot and should not attempt to impose your help on another because you have no way of knowing what the other needs or can accept. You can only give help when it is sought, just as your divine Father does.
With so very much love, Saul.