This evening I entered my
Akashic Construct Library. Although I was a little tired,
there was no other place I desired to be at that moment, as
I knew I had some healing work to do. I had earlier requested
for a specific patient to turn up, and to my joy it was he
who stepped from the elevator. Oh, what a dear little man
he was! I gave him a big hug.
We talked, just talked, and I asked him to please come back
to the world he knew. I told him that the worst of his injuries
had healed, and the pain would not be as great as he remembered,
also how his family needed him to return to them, and for
him to look them in the eyes, for him to talk to them, and
to hug them again, too, as we just did.
I asked him if he would like to see my garden that lay just
outside, and of which only I have seen small bits and pieces.
It was then that I saw quick flashes of the most wondrous
plants and flowers! They came unbidden to my mind, and they
were so beautiful!
We stood in the sunshine for a moment. I told him it would
soon be time for him to go home, and he looked at me, and
said, "You too! Why are you afraid to go home -- the
home that dwells deep within you?" It was a good question
and he knew it! At that moment I felt great love for this
dear man, who knew much more than I had realized.
I told him that, "Yes, I will go home, too, but it may
take me a little longer as those painful heart chambers have
been tightly closed for some time."
He headed for the elevator, but I could not resist to give
him one more hug for the road. He smiled and waved, and then
he was gone. I stood in quiet contemplation, my library still
'echoing' to his essence.
Into the silence I sent out this message: "Have a wonderful
life, my friend, and thank you!"