Mercedes Kirkel is the author of Mary Magdeline Beckons—Join the River of Life, which I reviewed in this column about a year ago. She is also a life coach, akashic records reader, and a channeler. Mercedes channeled Mary Magdeline for her first book, and lately, she has been channeling Archangel Michael for her blog. I’ve been following her blogs, which are rich with wisdom and important information, and asked Mercedes if I could share portions of what she’s received from Michael with my fabulous readers. She generously agreed, and what follows is the first excerpt of several Mercedes/Archangel Michael blogs that will appear in this column over the next few weeks:
At this time, many of you are starting to understand how consciousness comes into play and affects the quality of light in your world, the clarity of light in your world, the accessibility of light in your world, the abundance or lack of abundance of light in your world. So many of you are beginning to work at the level of consciousness, which is a most wonderful thing.
There are two approaches. You can approach transformation and growth through consciousness, and this will open you to love. Or you can approach transformation and growth through love, and this will open you to consciousness. These are not in conflict. They are very harmonious. As a matter of fact, they are both inextricably connected. But some of you may resonate with one or the other more.
Some of you may find more ease in working more consciously with one or the other, consciousness or love. And that is fine. It is most valuable to do what is strong for you. You will progress the most clearly and directly in that way. You will also contribute most valuably in that way, by bringing your strength, your gift, your uniqueness. Do not worry if the other parts are not as strong, clear, or accessible for you. Everything you require is being given. If pieces that you see others involved in are not, perhaps, your path, they are simply not your path. (quietly laughs) Those gifts will come to you in other ways.
What is important is that you contribute your gift and that you understand the vastness, the whole, and are supportive of others and their gifts, while not necessarily needing to pursue them yourself. Ultimately you are supported by the strengths and differences of others. It is part of why you do not need to pursue all paths, because you are part of the whole. It is like your body. The heart does not need to do what the liver does. They each benefit from the work of the other.
Thank you so much, Mercedes and Michael, for allowing me to share this information with my Readers. Something that my Guides are always stressing is that we are all connected. Michael’s words that we are ultimately supported by each other’s strengths and differences are important and impactful–definitely wisdom worth our attention and a great basis for meditation session. Namaste.
About Mercedes Kirkel: Mercedes is an author and spiritual growth facilitator who brings forth messages and instruction from Mary Magdalene and other beings of light. Mercedes is frequently published in the Sedona Journal of Emergence and the Light Circle Ezine. She also regularly shares the messages she receives in her online newsletter, entitled Into the Heart. All messages and practices are universal and are not affiliated with any particular religion. Mercedes lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she offers workshops and private sessions. She also works long-distance by phone and Skype, and travels to other locations upon request. To learn more about the author, her current programs, her upcoming books–including e-books and audiobooks, and other Magdalene products–or to receive the Into the Heart Newsletter, please visit marymagdalenebeckons.com. Click this link to see information about her first book.
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