You Are Divinity

A channeling from St. Germain.

Today I wish to address one of the most common questions posed to me by awakening beings. And that is the grand question of – “what is the right path and formula to ascension/enlightenment?”

There is a distinct idea within spiritual circles that a being must act and look a certain way and perform certain tasks to be “spiritual”. That anyone deviates from these “norms” are doing it wrong and will not reach enlightenment or paradise or heaven or whatever it is you want to call it.

Dear ones, you do not perform acts to be “spiritual” beings, you are spiritual beings. No clothes, nor books, workshops, meditation practices, prayers, circles, yoga, sound healing, trinkets….oh I could go on…will make you “spiritual”. Do you not realise that whatever you do, be that “spiritual” or “non-spiritual” are all expressions of the divine, they are not the divine itself, nor are they a road map to the divine.

A being can torture themselves for years getting up at the crack of dawn, meditating in uncomfortable positions for hours on end, eating or not eating certain foods, wearing certain clothes, only participating in certain activities and get to the end of it and realise that those things are completely irrelevant to the realisation of the I AM.

That is why these practices were presented by the masters in the years of antiquity. They were a way to crack the being who would not look at themselves and see God. It was not the practices themselves that assisted a being in realising themselves, it was the frustration of getting no where that did.

A being could reach a point of complete frustration after years of following the formulas, throw up their arms and then in a moment of clarity realise the absurdity of everything they had just been doing – because it was them they were searching for all along.

You could realise yourself right now, if you let go of the game. There is no key and no path. Leave yourselves alone and enjoy life! Enjoy existence! And perhaps when you are ready you will one day laugh and say I AM.

In service,

I AM St. Germain