Vancouver, US of A, December 23, 2004.
Received by Mechelle.
Rihte: Warm greetings my precious student. I am Rihte, and I am thrilled to be here with you again, tonight. I will talk to you about Reflections.
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Do you marvel, with wide-eyed speculation of how you came to be? Do you have the proverbial yearning, for the calmness of Home? Do you adore your mortal reality? How do you reflect your Absolute One?
Can you see kaleidoscope-flecked radiance as your heart dances with merriment? Do you praise His name, as you see infinity defined in your soul? Can you identify the accoutrements of life? How do you reflect your faultless moment in time?
Who do you think of as you merge with your soul? Can you see Him standing behind you, with outstretched arms? Does your stomach quiver with anticipation of certain, and promised familiarity? Is Truth spilling from every pore? How do you reflect, your personal serendipity?
As you glance from a distance, the image you see is smaller than what is real. Just as gauging a difficult situation with apprehension is distorted, disfigured, looming larger than it might be. When you zoom in, stand tall in front of your mirror, proudly come face to face with what you see staring back, now the image is clear, focused, and so too, is your mind.
You can now confront your challenges, see everything for all that isthe remarkable, the astounding, and the bittersweet, too. This is your authenticity. This, my sweet mortal, is reflection.
I am filled with so much love and eagerness for you tonight! The Progress of your people, as of late, is astounding! I am overjoyed!
I leave you now with love. I am Rihte.
© 11:11 Progress Group.