PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 by William L. Murtha in DYING FOR A CHANGE

Will Murtha: So the only object blocking our own creativity is our mind?

Voice of Higher Presence: Or the thoughts and constant static that roll through your mind. Clear a lot of the unnecessary mind stuff from your head, and you will soon discover the secret of becoming a fully creative being. All you ever need to do is to get out of the way and let the life force work through you. Artists, sages, spiritual teachers and masters know this truth. They appreciate that they must first step aside, get out of the way, shut down the mind static, and then let the divine life force work through them. Healers are also familiar with this divine process. They instinctively know that all healing is not directly attributable to a special gift that they own. Healing is present because healers learn that they are only the transformers in the whole process. They are the conduits, which offer pure grace and compassionate love.

Will Murtha: It all seems too simple. That would mean that we, as human bodies, are nothing more than a physical channel.

Voice of Higher Presence: You are drawing closer to the truth here. You are beginning to see that we are all paintbrushes in this whole cosmic picture. The way that you brush your strokes and choose your colors determines the kind of the life picture you create.

                   William L. Murtha, in “Dying for a Change”

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