28 November 2019

How May I Know Myself in this Moment? ~ Paul Selig

Source: Empath 1111

"Why do you ask, 'What will happen to me?' 'What will happen to them?' 'Where will we go?'  'How will we survive?' Why not ask, instead, 'How may I know myself in this moment so I may know all things?' 
Your questions in conjecture — 'What will happen when?' 'How will I know if' — are based on supposition. Supposition is not knowing, it is conjecture, and fear finds conjecture highly useful. 
When you align to fear in possibility, you align to an idea of what could be, and you actually create from that idea and align to a potential that you would rather not live through."

The Guides through Paul Selig
--from Alchemy, Beyond the Known Book II
A Channeled Text

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