“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
We often see you in moments where you have received something, and we notice that your reaction is not what you would expect it to be. When you get to where you have always wanted to go, or when you have achieved that which you have always wanted to achieve, you do not find that there is nearly as much excitement or satisfaction as you thought there would be when you dreamt up that desire.
You are actualizing desires and receiving that which you have been asking for all the time, and you give yourselves those experiences when you feel that you are ready for them. You give yourselves those experiences when you know that you have moved beyond needing, or even wanting, and have moved into the place of resonating.
When you resonate with that which you desire, it is as natural as the wind. It is as easy for you to recognize and receive as it is for you to breathe. And then you will be on to the next desire. You will be on to the next creation, and there is a reason for that. It is because you ultimately want to know yourselves as creator beings. You will always find something new to be creating and desiring, and that is as it is meant to be.
You are not meant to get to any sort of finish line or utopia and just stay there forever, enjoying everything that has been created by you. We want you to enjoy your creations, and we suggest that you stop and smell the roses as often as you can, but you will always be looking for something. You will always be moving towards something.
You are the ultimate creation, and knowing yourselves as masters is the result of all the creating that you are doing. So you will continue to seek until you find that mastery within yourselves. And then you will recognize that the creation of yourselves is the most satisfying experience you can have, but even that is a never-ending journey to bliss and excitement, to expansion and wholeness.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”
Channeled by Daniel Scranton