Asking for Someone Else

I have a friend who needed help. Help that I was beyond being able to give. I wanted guidance on what I might say to truly offer support. And so I asked…

TéO Can I ask you about Bob? Why did he cry when he started reading the book Yamas and Niyamas?

TéO: His soul has been straining to be heard and seen, and in taking up this book, those were tears of relief cried by his soul. It was an involuntary response because that was his souls acknowledging that he will finally get on the path to awakening. He is straddling the space between his brain and his soul and his mind is not yet ready to let go and completely surrender. But he is near his breaking point and then he will have no choice but to surrender and trust completely with no buts. This book might bring him back from the edge so he doesn’t have to breakdown completely. But it is only here, when the mind feels completely devoid of ideas, incapable of doing or thinking anymore that the soul can be heard and spirit and God can start to intervene. Free will is very strong in human beings and he has a very strong free will which he has not yet been willing to set down to trust God to do what he needs to do. This is God’s way of getting him to the point of surrender. Complete Surrender. It has to come from trauma or ‘dis’ease because humans are too stubborn to do it any other way. If your soul is awakening, either you can recognize that you are simply a body wrapper for your soul and start to unwrap the packaging of years of programming, or then God will do it for you, if it is your time to shine your light brighter.

His heart is going to be blown wide open. He will see his mother in a more tangible form and then he will recognize that he is being helped from the other side. She is hurting to see him hurting. She wants him to ask for His help. She wants him to trust in God. She recognizes that he doesn’t want to, that there are bad memories connected to the conversations about God, but that she wants him to put that away and trust that She wants him to believe in God. She can talk to him, but please ask him to ask God for his help. He is just waiting to be asked. Tell him to break the ego that binds him – that prevents him from supplication and asking for Divine help.

She loves him, she is proud of him and she also wants him to know that she has surrendered all angst and that she i happy. She has happy memories and she wants him to work to forgive his father for his role. It is this that is holding him hostage. He is carrying a burden on his shoulders that is not his to carry. Tell him to let the burden down. God has wanted to take it over for a while, but he is holding on to it very tightly.

Let it go Bob. Let Me shoulder the burden for you. Let Me help you. But you have to let Me in.

Published by Niki Chopra Richardson

TéO is my name for God. But it is also interchangeable with my my guardian angels who send me messages, answer my questions and often take over my writing. This explains italics, pull quotes, headers and tense person changes. I’ve attempted to differentiate Their thoughts and words from mine. Learning to Let Go and Let Go(d). Trusting Surrender.

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