Sunday Supplement 35 - 'Understanding' the skylark collective channelled by lesley curtis

In the endless pursuit of understanding and in the realisation of an aspect of one’s life, there can be no wrong. Although it may seem dangerous and foolhardy to have made that realisation - it is only a transitory phase. It is not a permanent situation. It is merely a staging point from which one may move forward and travel to wherever one wills. It is a very fine line between loyalty to the self and loyalty to another. And yet these lines are blurred for many people. In the heart you understand.

In the acceptance of truth and the welcoming of the understanding, however hard and however tired one may be, it is still the understanding. It cannot change. It will not change. It will always be.

The definition of understanding is self-explanatory. When one understands a thing and yet one continues in the place of misunderstanding, it becomes a heavy burden and a drain on energy and resources, for one cannot move forward with clarity if one is ambivalent. If one is in two places at the same time, how are you to know where you must go and what you must do? It does not mean that there is a fault. It merely means change. It is merely a thought process that prevents us from change and we know how powerful the ego mind can be in protecting itself.

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

E: sing@lesleycurtis.co.uk

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