Sunday Supplement 31 the skylark collective channelled by lesley curtis

The understanding that love is the common denominator between all things and that love allows flow and connection and promotes joy and purpose and peacefulness and happiness is indeed a great understanding. It is a great position in which to find oneself. For in the decision making on ones life’s path, the journey forward and when choices arise, it is of course the choice of love that is the only choice.

When one has love in ones heart and connection to all things, the choices are not difficult to make. And that is indeed a great solace for in a mind there may be conflict. When one makes a choice that is not necessarily obvious, when one applies love then the choice becomes seamless, obvious, without hesitation and within the flow, within the progression. Be as a stream that trips downs the mountainside to the ocean and know that as the ocean is one of love, that you have also come from the source of love that has welled up within and propelled you forward.

And those boulders and rocks strewn along the way as you journey down the stream will not interfere with the journey towards the ocean. They will not hamper your journey towards us, towards re-connection; towards sublime union. They will not hamper your journey towards love.

So decide today and let love be your guide.

Creating harmony through Sound, Song, Voice and Word, Lesley Curtis is a trance channel medium, songwriter, spiritual wordsmith, performer and musician who works with the Skylark Collective to bring forward wisdom and perspective. She is available for performance, talks, soundwork, Reiki healing, workshops and one-to-one life-guidance consultations and readings.

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