“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
You all crave consistency. You love predictability, and you are fascinated by the sequence of events that unfold in your lives in a logical way that you can understand and depend upon. Therefore, it is very often problematic for you to be faced by something from out of the blue, something unexpected. But we can recognize that the unpredictable is the true essence of who you are.
You are inherently spontaneous, and you have a tremendous amount of trust in this universe at your core. So why do you need structure, and consistency, and predictability? Usually these desires come from a place of fear. They come from a feeling of lack of security and stability, and they give you comfort where it is more preferable for you to be experiencing adventure. Adventure is what brings you new experiences, and new experiences add to your overall growth.
Comfort will eventually lead to boredom and boredom to stagnation, and then you find yourselves wondering where the years went. So we recommend that you have a new relationship with your reality and that you let your reality show you how much fun can be had through living in a state of inconsistency, and even a state of instability.
Often what you seek is insurance. You seek the assurance that you are going to survive, at least until your death. But living means moving forward. It means seeking out that which is unknown, and it is the easiest way for you to accelerate your ascension experience. Just do something new or do something differently than you’ve ever done it before.
Let yourself be inspired in every moment to a new perspective, a new approach, a new way, and see how reality will give you even more to get excited about. See how many adventures can come your way. See how much life has to offer you when you let go of control and you let in your true spontaneous nature. Let that take over and enjoy the ride.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”
Channeled by Daniel Scranton