Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “The Undiscovered Self”
by C.G. Jung
Today I pray, “Dear God, Because the seeming velocity within which I have created my choices of timing has been increasing, today I wonder. Are these callings for me to answer? Are these readily available invitations from You? Thank You in advance for Your answers. Amen.”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:
“Apart from the agglomeration of huge masses in which the individual disappears anyway, one of the chief factors responsible for psychological mass-mindedness is scientific rationalism, which robs the individual of his foundations and his dignity. As a social unit he has lost his individuality and become a mere abstract number in the bureau of statistics. He can only play the role of an interchangeable unit of infinitesimal importance. Looked at rationally and from outside, that is exactly what he is, and from this point of view it seems positively absurd to go on talking about the value or meaning of the individual.”
Today, following the typing of today’s passage, I “stumbled upon” John Smallman on YouTube. I had not heard of him before today. He channels Jesus. Many on earth channel Jesus at this time, including, I attain, the popular daybook ‘Jesus Calling’, written by Sarah Young. The word “channel” is not widely accepted in its essence. Some people prefer a reference similar to “allow for inspiration to come through”. In this perspective, we all allow for an essence of inspiration to come through every day.
In the essence of which we all allow Love to come through, we are all Source Love, and higher vibrations of this expression may then be more freely accepted and understood. This “channeling” exists in us all, as simply as a smile. Jesus was not here to become a celebrity any more than He was here to become defiled and hated. Jesus is relatable. He knew it was never all about Him, rather, about the Source Light, Love Energy, which exists in everyone and everything. He was an ordinary man delivering an astonishingly extraordinary message. He was disruptive, revolutionary, outstanding, and Divine. And many of us love Him. Amen.