“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
You are better than you have ever been at determining what is right for you. You have all been on information gathering expeditions, and this information is helping you to discover where you want to go, what you want to do, who you want to do it with, and much more. The information that you collect is not only valuable to you in your lives, but it is also valuable to the collective, the universe, and Source Energy.
The more life you live, the more information you gather, and the more information you gather, the stronger your desires. As your desires increase in strength and intensity, the summoning of energy from the higher realms also increases. You are creating new realities for you to explore and discover, and you do so by being open to everything that exists within this universe.
The more you close yourself off to something, the more you close yourself off to everything. And the more closed off you are, the less information you gather, the less desire you feel, the less summoning you do. And when a person begins closing themselves off systematically in that way, they find themselves closer and closer to the death experience. Nothing opens you up to receive like the death experience.
If you believe that the information that you are gathering is about what it is you need to deny or resist, then you are simply wrong. The information that you gather is about determining what works for you, what is right for you, and it helps the collective determine what is right for it, as you are all parts of the collective of humanity.
So the trick for living a life that is filled with magical and wondrous experiences is to gather that information, without resisting, and while remaining open to all that the universe has to offer. We promise you, there is so much more for you to discover and gather for yourselves, for the collective, for the universe, and for Source.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”
Channeled by Daniel Scranton