“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
There is a reason why you feel tempted to do things that you know are not in service to your highest good. You have within you a certain amount of programming that gives you an opportunity to test your limits. You want to make the most of the lives that you have in front of you, but this also is a time of integrating all aspects of self, including those that are on the darker side of things.
So your lives are filled with opportunities to explore that which is unwanted, that which does not serve you, and that which does not serve the others around you. And it is an opportunity for you to partake in something, feel the vibration of it, experience the effects, and then learn from the situation what you need to know.
You all need to experience compassion for your fellow humans, and what better avenue is there to compassion than having experienced something yourself? You now know what serves you and what does not, and if you are placing yourself in a position where you are tempted to partake in something that does not serve you, it means that there is still something for you in that experience.
Perhaps you need to forgive yourself for giving in to the temptation in the past. Perhaps you still need to understand what brings someone to the darker side of things so that you can have compassion for those individuals, and sometimes you just need to feel how something feels so that you are more determined than ever to partake in the opposite.
To be on the side of the light and to partake in that which serves you and all others is the choice you are all making. But just because the other choices exist, and just because you may have made those choices in the past doesn’t mean you are flawed in any way. Giving in to that which does not serve you is an experience, and you need experiences to help you decide, to choose what is best for you and for everyone else.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”
Channeled by Daniel Scranton