You’ve finally got a moment of peace from the devices. You lean back, close your eyes…
…and then it sounds like someone is pounding on the metal pipes deep within the structure of your house.
Some evil plumber, with no concern for your single available moment of rest. If you’ve been practicing clearing your mind, then you may be able to blot it out. If not, the pipe-pummeling may send you into a frenzy of expletives. It’s always your choice how you respond, of course, and that response determines your frequency.
You may find later that there was no plumber, and no one really was working on the pipes. If your human self needs an explanation to curb some fears, it will find one. Either way, there are messages waiting for you on higher levels, if you choose to investigate.
If you are hearing unexpected hammering sounds, then I have a message for you:
“The partition is up.”
Very good news, by the way.
Think of a construction zone in a nice neighborhood. Building things is messy at some points in the process. So rather than expose that well-kept neighborhood to dust and broken stuff that’s going to get cleaned up soon anyway, the builders put up a partition. It’s a kindness and a demonstration of honor for others sharing the environment.
Your consciousness has a construction zone as well.
It’s the place where the past events you’ve recently reconsidered go to rebuild themselves from something painful, to something beautiful.
This happens when you take the time to review a past situation, and switch from blame to thankfulness for the experience.
When you have made that switch, it’s like hooking up the electricity in your construction zone. It tells the workers that it’s OK to start building with your new beliefs.
Just like construction zones in the physical, dust flies as the jackhammer starts breaking up unwanted structures. Bulldozing? Yup, that too. A lot goes on to clear that old energy, and because you’ve provided the new blueprint of revised core values, the workers don’t need much of your conscious attention to do their job.
So up goes the partition, which leaves you free to roam the beautiful neighborhood in peace.
It’s confirmation for you that all is well.
“You’re rebuilding yourself, and you’re doing a good job. Go have some fun, and leave the work to us. If we need you, we’ll be sure to let you know.”
Take that last line from a guide wearing a hard hat and a really big smile.
Love to you!
Related references that may arise at a similar time:
- Iron or Steel
- Heavy Machinery
- Dusty things
- Cement trucks in succession
- Loud Trucks
- Traffic cones in weird places