December 20th 2018
Session with Plato for Sananda
Channeled by Jacquelyn Fox (J)
Plato is speaking:
“Greetings Light students. The flagrant promotion of the head pitting against hope is my topic for today. Gentle, perfect hope is challenging to maintain in the face of difficult life circumstances. Perfect hope is faith the greatness of God and Light. Lucky are those in life who flow in perfect hope, but most in life flow in the hard face of reality. Loud instances of life’s challenging circumstances often hold one’s ideas hope at bay. It loads heavy, hungry ideas of dread and fear into one’s mind, making the maintaining of hope very difficult indeed. It stops Light’s free-flowing delivery of life-creation and inserts ideas of fear and dim prospects for one’s future. It is the intended nature of life to challenge hope, for challenge creates growth. Without challenge, no growth can occur. Kicking out growth in life leads to stagnation of one’s soul’s progress toward enlightenment. Holding on to the goals of one’s soul is the only way to grow in life and in Light.”
J: “But how do we in life know what the goals of our souls are?”
Plato: “J raises a good question. If one is to follow one’s soul path, one must have a map for the journey. Light pondering provides that map and hope provides the mode of impelling one forward. In issuing hope that one’s journey will be in alignment with God in Light, one creates a flow of Light that leads one in that direction. Hope literally creates a path forward in such a way that keeps one in alignment with God. Looking forward in life with gleeful anticipation promotes right-minded ideas of the future. One’s soul is always in contact with one’s mind, gently directing its flow of ideas. In hopefulness, ideas of one’s soul flow freely. In this way, hope will act as your guide on your journey.”
J: “So what happens when circumstances in life make it very difficult or impossible to maintain hope? How does one continue with one’s journey forward?”
Plato: “Hobbled hope is common in life and is a huge cause of life’s slide into limitation. If one loses hope in the future of one’s journey, ideas of giving up take over. If allowed to grow, these ideas permit notions of quitting life altogether. Illness and acts of self-abuse can then manifest, ending one’s journey prematurely. Holding on to hopeful ideas in the face of limiting life circumstances greatly reduces the impact of those circumstances upon one’s future, letting one make quick progress out of those circumstances. Hope is the springboard out of life limitation.”
J: “When you speak of hope, do you mean general hope that one’s life will be happy and purposeful, or specific hopes about one’s future circumstances?”
Plato: “Hope for God’s plan to manifest in a positive fashion. Logging hope for a positive future is creating a positive future.”
J: “When you say ‘logging’ in this lesson, specifically what do you mean?”
Plato: “I mean nimbly held, mindful thoughts.”
J: “Like meditating on one’s life and hopes for the future?”
Plato: “The long lifting of ideas in one’s mind and the focus of one’s mind on those ideas. Hopeful ideas held in one’s mind and focused upon create positive life outcomes. Negative ideas held in one’s mind create limitation. It is really that simple, which is why hope is healing. As one fosters hope in one’s mind, one creates healing in one’s life.”
J: “Can hope overcome soul contracts or karma that may not be positive?”
Plato: “All highlighted (important) life experiences are instances of soul contracts. In growth, sometimes there is suffering. Hope can ease the suffering of growth by pointing a positive way forward. Logging hopeful outcomes in one’s mind releases one’s mind from the grip of despair and lifts those outcomes into Light, which makes them more likely to manifest into reality.
Luck in life is not random. It is a melding of Light with reality. Molding one’s life experiences can be done when one knows the truth of Light. That truth is that Light creates life. Hope nests in Light as a creative energy that helps mold life experience. Hold onto hope in life and life will flow in its energy.
I will end off here, logging my good wishes to you all. Until next time, be well my friends.”
You can connect with Jacquelyn, and her Master Teachers, via her website at https://intuit444.com A book of her channelings, “LIGHT LESSONS: Wisdom for Light Workers from Master Teachers in Light” is also available on Amazon.
Glossary of common terms and their meanings:
Light – This term is used in multiple ways. Often it is used to describe the existence beyond physical life, commonly referred to as “Heaven” or the afterlife. They also use it to describe spiritual energy or consciousness, the energy that makes up everything that exists. They also use it to describe a state of positive, enlightened existence in alignment with God. They also tend to use it as a name for the collective enlightened consciousness, the guides, teachers and masters in spirit who reach out to us.
Long-in-Light – Is another way of saying “enlightened” or possessing a great deal of spiritual Light. It can also be used to describe one who has existed in spirit for a long time, an “old soul.”
Night-Light – They use this term to describe anything, living or in spirit, that is not in alignment with God. Not a positive state, but rather one of sadness, fear, anger or any other kind of suffering. “Night-Light spirits” are spirits in a state of negative emotions and suffering, not aligned with peace and happiness. They are in need of healing.
Light Pondering – Light pondering is the quieting of the mind to allow ideas of spirit to enter, through meditation, divination or dream work.
Light Minds – Light minds in life are those people living who have a mind-connection to spirit and spiritual truth: mediums, intuitives and other Lightworkers. Light minds can also be those enlightened minds in spirit. They are aligned with Light, not night-light.
Loitering Spirits – Spirits in a state of night-light who are attracted to the energy of the living.
Logging – A term that describes the pinning of intention to effect change in one’s experience. Logging, in teaching vernacular, is the sending of intention toward a goal.