I woke up this morning with Elvis singing in my ear. Well, maybe not the soul of Elvis but one of my guides gets my attention with Elvis songs.
Elvis had such a commanding voice, such a strong presence when he sang. His voice gives me chills every time I have heard it over the years and now, in dream time, his voice comes with usually a message for me about something major that will hit or has hit the collective energy. A lesson it seems for the greater good of the planet.
Something seen as a horrific event and hits at the hearts of all.
This last weekend the earth has been hit with yet again an unjust crime of massive prejudice. In Orlando, Fl. 49 lives taken by one man.
49 beautiful souls paid the price and sacrifice to bring awareness to the unjust feelings and beliefs towards the LGBT community.
Yesterday I was talking to my husband and I said, ” What if this had to happen because the world has to understand that a soul is a SOUL. Regardless of race, color or sexual orientation.”
It’s a hard way for us to get the lesson, don’t you think?
I cannot speak of knowing about every shooting that has occurred and all the souls that have sacrificed their lives, I can only speak of what I see with this particular one and what I received last night about it.
An American Trilogy was the song I heard. Sung by Elvis.
I had to look it up, Elvis died when I was a child, so a lot of his songs I am not familiar with, but as I started reading about this song, the origins of it, I started to understand the message that I received.
“An American Trilogy” is a song arranged by country songwriter Mickey Newbury and made popular by Elvis Presley, who began including the song as part of his regular concert routine in the 1970s, thereby making the song a showstopper. It is a medley of three 19th century songs—”Dixie“, a blackface minstrel song that became the unofficial anthem of the Confederacy since the Civil War; “All My Trials“, originally a Bahamian lullaby, but closely related to African-American spirituals, and well-known through folk music revivalists; and “The Battle Hymn of the Republic“, the marching song of the Union Army during the Civil War.”- Wikipedia
I am not a history buff, if I need to find out something about a certain time era, I look it up. So I looked up the Civil War and here is what caught my eye.
“The American Civil War was a civil war in the United States fought from 1861 to 1865. The Union faced secessionists in eleven Southern states known as the Confederate States of America. The Union won the war, which remains the bloodiest in U.S. history.” Wikipedia
Hmmm ring any bells? I would suggest you read this article.
“The Los Angeles Times, like many outlets, called it “the deadliest in American history.”-Laura J. Nelson
The point I am trying to get at is, the murder of innocent lives always has a cause and usually, not always, the cause is a judgement against them as that they are doing something WRONG.
Some feel like they are the executioners of justice and they really believe that in their small minds. This is a power-hungry ego run amok. How many more have to die for us to get this.
“Judge not, that ye be not judged.
For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
And why behold-est thou the moat that is in thy brother’s eye, but consider-est not the beam that is in thine own eye?” Matthew 7 : 1-3
Here is some more about the American Civil War.
“The war had its origin in the factious issue of slavery, especially the extension of slavery into the western territories. Four years of intense combat left 620,000 to 750,000 soldiers dead, and destroyed much of the South’s infrastructure. The Confederacy collapsed and slavery was abolished in the entire country. The Reconstruction Era (1863–1877) overlapped and followed the war, with its fitful process of restoring national unity, strengthening the national government, and guaranteeing civil rights to the freed slaves.” Wikipedia
CIVIL RIGHTS. Yes, read that again. EVERYONE has CIVIL RIGHTS.
Here are some words to ponder.
EVERYONE is a SOUL. Whether YOU agree with how they live their life or not.
You are not responsible for anyone but yourself when you die but you will be responsible, in your life review, of what you did, how you felt and what you thought in this life. THIS life, the one that you are living in this form, on this planet, at this time.
Check yourself when you are judging another as right or wrong. It is not our responsibility, unless it HURTS another human being, to take action of lifestyle choices that another makes.
Worry about your own life, your own heart. Make sure your heart is right.
I always say, ” Would I be able to stand in front of Jesus and have him say, “Well done my good and faithful servant?” Where did I show judgement instead of love?
Most of the time I fall short. There is always some area that needs more love, more understanding and more compassion. More fruits of the spirit.
Gays are not the new blacks. Please…just love them. Look into your heart and see where you cannot accept yourself, where you think you are better than another, that you know better than someone else.
“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” John 13:34-35
Gays, Mexicans, Whites, Italians, Transgender, Bisexual, Irish, Lesbians, etc. are all souls coming to live out their Karma and their soul purpose this life, to improve the planet.
49 SOULS gave lives last weekend. Let their deaths not be in vain. We can take away guns, we can impose limits and justice but we cannot do another’s inside heart work. We cannot prevent anything except our own actions BEFOREHAND, anything else is an afterthought of what could we have done or can do to prevent this from happening again.
It’s a SPIRITUAL crisis. It’s a CIVIL rights crisis.
Unless the two can come together, this will keep happening. Until we understand that a life is a life regardless of what skin it is in, this will keep happening.
Pray for your own soul. Pray for the darkness in your OWN heart.
Learn to accept others with unconditional love, and maybe, just maybe, you will learn to accept yourself in the same way. What works for you might not work for them.
Should you be angry? No. Should you try to change them? NO. Let them BE. Maybe ask yourself why you feel the need to change them?
They are responsible for their own lives and karma that follows. SAVE yourself.
Trust me, if you focus on yourself, you have more than enough to work on for the rest of your life on the planet.
America is the land of the free, home of the brave. A melting pot.
When are we going to come together and be the forerunners for the rest of the world?
Question why you hate, why you want to hurt another..It really has nothing to do with God, it has to do with your own soul. Believe in God or don’t believe in God. I choose to believe in God, I choose to love one another.
I am no better than anyone else. I am on a path the same as you. Maybe you or I am a little farther on that path but we are ALL on a path, we choose to express individually how we are. Stop living in the “Old” testament and start living in the “New” one. The Christ consciousness.
Seems perfect timing with the Fourth of July coming up.
“I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”-Wikipedia
Update: Also a synchronicity, the estate of Elvis is releasing a new album of his works. This just came over the news wire yesterday..: )