Blessings for Divine Timing in the Divine Dance
The Cricket and Grasshopper Kingdoms
It is the Cricket and Grasshopper Kingdoms that address you today. Asur’Ana has long loved to listen to our hum at night out her bedroom window. We remind her to move into syncopation with Earth in her rotation of field, as this is the purpose of our kingdoms, to retain a rhythm that holds the heartbeat of Earth.
Syncopate with the Heartbeat of Earth
What is the heartbeat of Earth? The heartbeat is an ongoing pulsation that is the result of the rotation of molecules within the land, forests, trees, lakes, rivers, streams and oceans. Grasshoppers and Crickets attune to this rotation and mimic it in the movement of rubbing our wings together, which produces a hum late in the day or evening and at night. We do so in order for all kingdoms to align their own rotation of molecules to our pulsations.
One may also listen to our hum and intend to rotate one’s molecular structure in syncopation. At this time and in some regions of Earth, the pace of rotation has increased. In Hawaii and under major chakra centers such as in Alberta Canada, if one is out in the country, then the molecular rotation may be at a pace that reflects the ascent of the land to 3000, 6000, 9000, 12,000 or even 15,000 segments of DNA. The higher the evolution of the land, the more rapid will be the syncopation of our sound.
The syncopation is not in the actual hum, but in the surging of sound. Therefore, listen for our surges or when the sound suddenly gets slightly louder to the ear. Each rotation of the molecules will be reflected in a slight surge of sound; every 18 rotations will have a slightly larger surge; every 48 rotations will have the larger surge and therefore a louder sound; every 144 rotations end with the largest sound of all, and then a short period of silence. As you learn to syncopate the rotation of one’s own molecules to the sounds of the crickets, one will come into divine timing.
Divine Timing Is the Present Moment
What is divine time? Divine time is in the present moment. In the moment, there is only the now. In the now, there is no past and no future. In the now, patterns of the past fall off and patterns of the future have yet to become activated. One will find peace therefore in remaining in divine timing as much as one can. Perhaps given the current human drama and trauma, it may be the only place that one finds peace. Asur’Ana has learned that taking a daily walk and sunbath (if the weather allows; if not, then a bath at home) is crucial to her ascent; out in nature or in the sun and in the water, she comes into present time. She intuitively aligns to the rotation of the molecules in the land and the water in such moments and in so doing, her troubles melt away into peace as she moves more fully into present time. Read more