by Elise Wilson, Ontario, Canada

to move or travel very quickly, to increase quickly

to change from a long shot to a close-up or vice versa

to make the image of something or someone appear much nearer or farther away

A few years ago I decided that I needed to become stronger within myself, so I decided to be involved in the equestrian world.  I mastered many things, had great experiences, yet there was still a feeling of not being where I wanted to be within myself.  I was trying to figure out why I felt tense at times, especially around certain people.  I could feel tense even being by myself.  Not knowing the what, or the why, in itself made me feel tense.

Looking out the window, looking out over the planet, I sensed a great spiritual need for healing and for spiritual freedom.  I could see it, I felt it, and I knew that it was time to become involved in what I have come to do this lifetime, and I understood what I needed to do.  I quickly registered for the International Regrouping in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.  I was so excited.  Then the airlines started to cancel flights out of Canada.  What now?  When I heard that the College was doing program via Zoom, I was elated.  I signed up to refresh a few profile courses, one of them being the Blockage Profile.  There it was!  A block I picked up in my childhood.

We are programmed in our early years on what to think, how to feel, how to act and how to react.  All of it is programming, from generation to generation.  I have come to realize that not only am I not my body, I am also not my thoughts, and I am not my emotions.  I have them, but they are not what I am.  I am my true feelings, spirit, energy, one with the all.  I have learned that I must be aware of my state of consciousness.  Am I master of myself, being my true feelings or am I lost in my thoughts and emotions?

Earlier in the year Wayshowers College embarked on a project called Apollo.  They are doing ongoing New Spiritual Horizons Introductory Lectures and Workshops via Zoom.  When I was offered the opportunity to be a part of the presentations, I couldn’t believe the backing I received from the team.  The experience of sharing via Zoom is so rewarding.  It is almost like being there in person, and you don’t have to travel.  People are sharing, getting involved in the techniques, and I can see their lights going on.  The team is strong and polished and the energy is building with each presentation.  The energy that is flowing through the team to the people attending the presentations has no limit.

P.S. “Don’t forget to unmute.”