Friday, February 12, 2010

Communication With Life

1. Loving Allowance for all things to be in their own time and place, beginning with yourself.
2. Increased Communication with all of life everywhere, and with respect.
3. Self Responsibility, for you are the eternal creator, never the victim.
~Dr. James Martin Peebles, Three Principles of Angelic Wisdom

Spirit guide Dr. James Martin Peebles (1822-1922), in sharing his spiritual psychology with us for my book, Three Principles of Angelic Wisdom, had this to say about his principle, Increased Communication with all of life everywhere, and with respect,” and gave these examples on how we may increase our communication with life.

“Now, within this principle, we speak of increased communication with all of life everywhere. Life is made up of the human, and all the creatures who roam the earth. That includes the birds who sing for you and nibble at your garden; the four-legged animals who you have domesticated, and the ones who roam wild; the insects that you swat away as they buzz around your head; the bountiful vegetation which covers the land; and the many life forms who live in community with you on Planet Earth; and, it includes the Planet Earth, herself. She is alive and vital. All of it deserves respect.

“Have you talked to a tree recently and told him how startling and impressive his brightly colored leaves are? Have you told the beautiful wild daisy in the field how beautiful she is? Have you spoken to the fish who swims in the water and told him how sorry you are that you have allowed his fresh water to become polluted? Have you asked the ants who have invaded your kitchen to find their way to the outdoors? Have you blessed the rich soil which allows your garden to produce food for you? Have you smiled at the stranger who passes you on the sidewalk?

“Respect comes from the heart as does love. With loving allowance for all things to be, in their own time and place, and increasing your communication with respect for all life everywhere, you have incorporated self-responsibility. If you take personal responsibility for your place upon the planet, and understand that you are an integral part of the planet, then how can you not love and respect all of life everywhere and in every form?”

He’s right, isn’t he? How could we not?



John Franks IV said...
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John Franks IV said...

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Linda Pendleton said...

Hi John,
Thanks for your comments. Yes, I have been to your blog before....

Ricky Kendall said...

I got a new perspective on this subject from a dream I had the other night. The dream was full of activity and scenes. What stood out most is, as the story progressed, more and more people in my dream took on my physical characteristics. When I got to the end of the dream, all of the characters were me. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you took on a whole new meaning. Yes, we are all one with the creator, whomever or whatever that creator may be.

Ricky Kendall said...

I may have drifted a bit from the subject in my last comment, but for some reason it made me remember that dream I had earlier. I talk to nature all the time. Something I learned during my many visits to Oak Creek Canyon above Sedona, AZ. I honestly believe that nature was listening too. There is a warm comfort in that.

Linda Pendleton said...

Ricky, thanks for your thoughtful comments.