I just watched an inspirational video that I would like to share with you, it comes from Kiesha Crowther who calls herself “Little Grandmother”. Her name was vaguely familiar to me but I don’t really know who she is so I thought I would have a quick look to see what information I could find out about her. When I put her into Google I got a couple of you tube videos in German of all things, but for the most part it seems to be all about what a hoax she is. At that point I decided to let go of the research and just focus on her message, I’m writing this post because I found it really inspiring.
If you resonate with something that you hear, if it moves you and helps you to get excited and passionate then it doesn’t really matter who is delivering the message. Getting caught up in gossip and scandal is not the kind of vibration that is going to change the world in a positive way. Which doesn’t mean that I condone dishonest or unethical behaviour, if someone is doing wrong then by all means take them to account for it. Do it from your heart but take whatever action is appropriate to the situation.
So what is her message? She talks about what a miracle it is when a person remembers who they really are, the truth that we are all magnificent divine creators. She is speaking of what some describe as our higher self, it’s the bit that knows we are inextricably interconnected to everything, and that our actions ripple out into those networks and often create a much bigger effect than we could imagine. When you consider the immense complexities of modern life and the struggle to survive that is the reality for so many, it truly is a miracle that anyone does remember these truths.
A miracle and a blessing, this knowledge is growing and in my humble opinion it is unstoppable. Even those who are most implicated in creating misery and pain for others on this physical plane, are capable of this shift. As Keisha says, this beautiful planet that we have all incarnated upon is sacred, as are we. It’s time for all of us to remember who we are.
Here is an exquisite song from “Omkara” which is all about remembering our divine nature, let it take you on a beautiful journey, enjoy!
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