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Djwhal Khul Spirituality Article
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
(Complimentary every week)

"Humanity and Planetary Crises"

June 13, 2019

(Channeling begins)

Djwhal Khul here. Tashi Delek.

Well Tashi Delek is the Tibetan version of Namaste or essentially “my enlightened happy self is greeting you as your enlightened happy self.” It is acknowledging that we are multi-dimensional beings and that we have a spiritual consciousness that is eternal and also an acknowledgment that we embody these temporary fleshy bodies. We are eternal.
 
And I want to take that on the eve of our Full Moon of Humanity, which will be Monday June 17. The moon is technically full overnight, the night before. Well, we’ll start working probably Friday night, Saturday night, Sunday night, intensively on the inner plains with this full moon.

So it is the Full Moon of Humanity and at this point what we are looking at is both a humanitarian crisis and an environmental or planetary crisis. And I’m lumping them together because they are interactive. One can kind of snowball or avalanche the other. So this is a call to really begin to work with the energies of, I’m going to say, masculine rebuilding and feminine envisioning to start to find more productive ways to work with humanity, ending hunger, facilitating immigration or citizenship, globally. I’m not talking about just one country or a handful of countries.

On a planetary level, we are seeing an escalation of pollution and radiation toxicity and I will remind you that we have a finite number of water molecules on the planet. They can change form: be ice, steam, liquid, etc., but water is finite. There is not one drop more or one drop less.

When we go into the spirit realm, the same is true. We have exact same number of spirits in all of Creation and we are finite in that regard even though we are eternal. We change form but sometimes we are formless until we find another body but basically that is how it works. Water and spirit are the same.

The cause for the increase of pollution, radiation toxicity, melting ice caps, water too hot to support life forms, depletion of oxygen in the waterways and oceans is one but also lack of oxygen on the surface of the planet as well. So humanity really, at the pace they’re going at, will not have a habitable planet. Not by very many any way. So we are at a crisis point and I am going to urge you to start taking more physical actions toward the direction of sustainable resources, repurposing plastics, decreasing radiation, redistributing food, making sure food is not GMO, and a number of other things. I know that many of you have certain things near and dear to your heart, like pesticides, insecticides, etc. So whatever it is, please start taking more action.

Alright Dear Ones. As always, thank you and my love to you.

Djwhal Khul

Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
www.TerriNewlon.com

(Spirituality Article, Transcribed by Micheline Ralet)

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