Of Beauty And Aging

“To grow old is to grow ..is to evolve..and you are not meant to be a youth forever. There’s great wisdom in aging. When we are aging, there’s like a revolution happening within us and that NEEDS to happen so that we can go through all the different cycles of life. Especially for women, you don’t always want to be the maiden. The maiden is youthful folly..But..there’s something special about being the mother..There’s something even more beautiful about being the crown..It’s a season ..(The best way to embrace aging) is to accept it , and to understand that there’s beauty at every age..and that to be old, to be wise, to understand things is beautiful. To have stories to tell is beautiful.”

– Wise messages channeled by a higher consciousness (Pleiadian) during a hypnosis session by Sarah Breskman Cosme. In the hypnosis, Sarah helped her client bypass the logical and conscious mind and that allowed a higher Consciousness to channel the aforesaid messages.

Last but not least, when Sarah asked her client what if people wanted to look more youthful, the reply was the following statement:

“By being playful, because even if you are eighty years old, and you are playful, joyful and kind and have an open heart, you will still have a young aura.”

JOY!

Few people who live in fast paced societies remember that Joy is their birthright.

Even fewer remember that they do NOT need to work insanely hard to find this ‘elusive’ wonderful feeling.

Though many teachers have come and left the Earth plane after sharing their secret to Joyous living, not many are living this path.

So the question is not whether such a way of life has been revealed, but rather who will actually listen!

Joy comes from the heart – the seat of the Soul.

It is a high resonance of emotion which requires no justification.

All it takes is a shift – an inner shift of thought that reminds us that we truly deserve Joy and can move into it effortlessly.

No matter how the world is faring, Joy is always attainable for it is a state of ‘being’ and not of ‘doing’.

BE joyful!