“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
We have always been willing to accept where you are in any moment, as a collective and as individuals. It has been this acceptance that has allowed us to see beyond where you were in the moment, and this has given us the insights that we knew you would be able to receive at some point.
Your willingness to accept your current circumstances in your lives will enable you to shift. Acceptance will enable you to loosen your grip on your current set of circumstances, and that will assist you in creating something new, something more to your liking, something that you will more readily be able to enjoy. The process of acceptance is like anything else. It doesn’t happen all at once. It happens in stages or steps.
First, you must be aware of something, and then you must allow yourself the reaction to it. In other words, you’re still going to feel your emotions, even though your goal will be to find a place of acceptance within you. After you have processed whatever emotions come up within you regarding your circumstances, you can open yourself up to the possibility that what you are experiencing in the present moment is actually serving you in some way.
And once you come to that conclusion, it becomes easier for you then to accept the circumstances you are in. And when you see how something serves you, you also see how it is temporary and anything that you need to do in order to move past it on the physical level. The change becomes clearer to you, and the steps that are required to make those changes become evident.
Most importantly, when you are in acceptance, you are not in a state of judgment. You are not criticizing yourself for being where you are, and you are not in resistance. Therefore, you enable yourselves to find some comfort in your current situation, some relief, and you give yourselves the necessary ingredients to catapult you into a better future.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”
Channeled by Daniel Scranton