“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
We are giving a bit of a map to all of you. It is a map that is filled with options for you to take. You are the ones who are deciding which journeys you are going to take, how you are going to take them, and how long you are going to take in getting to where you are going. We simply provide the map.
When you have an agenda and a very specific destination, you often look for very precise ways of getting to where you are going. You want the fastest way. You want the easiest way. You want the way that is filled with the most certainty along your path. But when you cling too tightly to your agendas, you do not allow for the detours to take you to even more marvelous places than you could possibly imagine.
Your hearts are like a compass, and your minds provide blinders, blinders that only allow you to see in one particular direction at a time. We have given you a type of framework that you can use to take yourselves beyond where the map indicates. Your journeys are not set in stone, and the more flexible you are the better. The more able you are to bring yourselves to the understanding that this is not a race, the more fun you will have along your way.
Your attitude is much more important than how quickly you get to where you are going. You believe in certain routes more than others, and you often put all of your faith into the known, into the well-traveled roads. But you have the ability to create brand new routes, and you are also capable of going off of all known paths to blaze the trails for others.
We can only nudge you in a direction, but we are not interested in controlling anything about your journey. See if you can say the same thing about yourselves. And if you cannot, then it is time for you to open yourselves to more than what you can see in front of you, more than what you can determine is possible, and more than what we can even guide you towards.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”
Channeled by Daniel Scranton