ASK AND IT IS GIVEN

Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “Ask and It is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires” by Esther and Jerry Hicks.

Today I pray, “Dear God, Thank you eternally for all of the many blessings You have given. I ask for Your blessings upon this earth and all that lives here. I ask for Your continued blessings to arrive in abundance. I ask that the vibrational frequencies of the entire planet be lifted, and that our emotional guidance systems move with You as we travel this journey together. All of my Love. Amen.”

Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:

“There Is Enough Room for All Diverse Thoughts and Experiences

From your Non-Physical perspective of the enormous variety of experiences, beliefs, and desires that exist among the people of your world, you felt no need to omit or control some of them. You understood that there is room enough in this expansive Universe for all manner of thought and experience. You had every intention of being deliberate about your own creative control of your own life experience and your own creations — but you had no intentions of trying to control the creations of others.

The variety did not frighten you, but instead, inspired you, for you knew that you were each the creator of your own experience, and you understood that your exposure to the contrast would inspire specific directions within you, and that just because others may choose differently, it did not make you right and them wrong, or them right and you wrong. You understood the value of the diversity.”
—ESTHER HICKS

Yes, we have a higher vibrational frequency at this time in history. Many, most, are flowing seamlessly into this rising frequency. We are not even aware, at times, especially if we are not in this conversation and dialogue, that this is taking place. And yet it is taking place. Those who choose to deter and detract this expansion and evolution are becoming the minority. And their service is one of contrast. The contrast provides the “what we don’t want” in life. And this is becoming less and less available to the providers of such contrast because “what we don’t want” is becoming increasingly collective.

As an infant cries when born, as a sign of life, we rejoice. The borning cry is an announcement, a first human communication. The first human communication is “this is what I do not want.” When the babe is wrapped in cloth and coddled and fed, the cries for change subside. There is silence and there is peace. And so it is with humanity. We announce our cries for what we do not want, reflecting a desire for what we do want. And when a world of what we do want grows into momentum and further development, there exists peace and harmony.

I was there to hear your borning cry,
I’ll be there when you are old.
I rejoiced the day you were baptized,
to see your life unfold.

I was there when you were but a child,
with a faith to suit you well;
In a blaze of light you wandered off
to find where demons dwell.

When you heard the wonder of the Word
I was there to cheer you on;
You were raised to praise the living Lord,
to whom you now belong.

If you find someone to share your time
and you join your hearts as one,
I’ll be there to make your verses rhyme
from dusk ’till rising sun.

In the middle ages of your life,
not too old, no longer young,
I’ll be there to guide you through the night,
complete what I’ve begun.

When the evening gently closes in,
and you shut your weary eyes,
I’ll be there as I have always been
with just one more surprise.

I was there to hear your borning cry,
I’ll be there when you are old.
I rejoiced the day you were baptized,
to see your life unfold.

—JOHN YLVISAKER

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