EXCERPT FEATURE: October – After the Storm
QUESTION: Will our prayers be needed to help turn the path of storms away from the oil?
LAMA SING: We find with sweet joy the recall of a brother’s words, “To where would you turn any such storm? Unto whom would you give the storm’s fury?”
You see, it is not so much so that you would seek to direct the storms to another place, where another brother or sister might be, but rather that you would call to the elements and give to them thine love and thy peace, and see then that the forces of Earth are self-sufficient. And it may be that there is a time of duress, a time of challenge. But you will endure, and you will find from this the greater realization of what it is that you give to the Earth and give to your brethren.
Do this then: Call out this love and this peace unto the Father and unto the elements of the Earth, and give this peace; not fear, not duress, but a sense of peacefulness. And as the elements feel this, perhaps it will be so that they will become calmed or that they will turn and move away to dissipate themselves in the natural flow of energies back into the waters from where they come.
But be mindful: Fear is the greater obstacle to be overcome. This is what we have been given. See?
QUESTION: And Further: Will people living in the Florida cities of Dallam Park, Gainesville, Jacksonville and Ocala need to evacuate to the north because of the effects of the oil spill or hurricanes this year? How will those specific areas, especially the Suwannee River, be affected by those events? Where in the United States should [Name] live for her highest good, as she is concerned about the future health of life in Florida?
LAMA SING: Yes, there will be several occurrences where they may be wisdom in movement, at least in the temporary sense. But is this divergent from the past? No, it is the natural course of the activities and, as such, on occasion there is that movement of the water and winds. And these are purifying forces, and after they have departed the Earth renews itself. So shall it be in this circumstance, so we are told.
[Name] should live where her joy is the very most. To seek to dwell somewhere for safety does not nourish the soul. But joy brings forth the greater potential and greater meaning to your life itself.
It is better that an entity dwell in an attitude of peaceful joy and give up their life, than it is to dwell in sadness and remorse and (quote) “sustain their life.”