“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
If you are in a place in your life where you can experience contentment, you are in the perfect place to be creating something new and exciting for you to experience. Most of you are not seeking to create from a place of contentment. You are seeking to create from a place of discontent.
You are seeking to eliminate something or acquire something because the presence or absence of whatever it is is not to your liking. This means that your energy is split. You are not purely desiring what it is you want to experience. Instead, you are running away from your current circumstances.
So the first thing you want to reach for is contentment. You want to find peace. You want your vibration to be calm, and you want to be easy about what it is that you are creating.
Desperation never looks good on you, and it never feels good to the universe. When you can relax, that is when you are at your most powerful, and that is also when you are most capable or receiving that which you have already created. If you can be patient, if you can enjoy what is in front of you, and if you can find peace with your current circumstances, then you can create anything.
Now, we just want to be perfectly clear about something. When you are dissatisfied with some aspect of your life, that lack of satisfaction is meant to get you into the summoning state. It is meant to stoke the flames of your desire. But when you are in that place, it is more important for you to be with whatever it is you are feeling about your circumstances, and let those feelings flow through you, than it is for you to try to jump to the creative mode.
You will get there. You will always get there. You just need to address what is in front of you, make your peace with it, and get to the place of feeling calm and neutral. That is the place from which you open the doors to the infinite. That is your place of power.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”
Channeled by Daniel Scranton