In June, this must’ve been last live session with the original Higgins, we talked about grace. I shared this quote with the group. As I reread it now, it occurs to me to share with you this lovely description of grace.
From: Embrace the Grace: A Graduation Speech, by Nipun Mehta, June 11, 2018
This is a letter I sent out to my live session group yesterday:
It seems like such a long time since we’ve been together. Someone asked the other day how things are coming with Higgins. I suppose it doesn’t occur to me that the day to day of Higgins might be interesting because the day to day, in reality, is mostly dull 😉!
Higgins is very distant, meaning they feel very far away instead of right here. But…if I think about them, I know they are right here. If I ask a question, it seems as if they are very far away and having a difficult time reaching me. I guess it might be a little like a long distance phone call on the old rotary phones, they used to crackle and the response time was so long from the time one stops talking to the time the response is heard.
Sometimes, when I check in it seems as though there are hundreds or maybe thousands of workers doing something. All of them stop and are really quiet, like they don’t want me to know they are there. It also seems as though it is a great inconvenience for them to have to stop to clarify my questions. It seems to put them off schedule somehow.
In these moments, when I ‘catch’ them at work, I picture it like this: I am broken down into all my cells. Each cell is like you might imagine a dragon scale to be. They are running wire under or maybe around each and every cell. It is a little like the way you floss a tooth only I think the ‘floss’ stays put once it is placed.
They do not join me for meditation, even if requested. They say lie down, don’t sit, and have prompted me with words to use as a mantra. The goal is to get as pleasant a feeling in my heart as I can achieve and hold it for as long as possible or until I run out of time. You all might enjoy the mantra: I am eternal. I am perfect as I am (even in my imperfection). In my clear connection to the eternal, I am safe from harm. I have nothing to fear. And since I have nothing to fear, I am free to look forward to tomorrow with eager anticipation. (I often vary significantly from the original but the I am eternal part never changes.)
Other than that, I haven’t noticed anything of import. I don’t levitate or materialize things from thin air….yet.
During a live conversation and meditation in June, there was a clear sense of ‘graduation’. I sat with Higgins quite long over the next few days digesting and sorting this information. On July 11, 2018, they gave their last live conversation/meditation ‘in this format’. It seems that Higgins as we’ve known them is now complete.
I am not entirely clear what Higgins’ further plan is but I feel certain that this was our last gathering with them in this way. This information has been unveiled to me over the last few weeks. Even though it comes as a surprise, shock even, they have said repeatedly through the years that this is not what they came here to do, this is just a warm-up for part 2. So I guess part 2 is arriving, whatever it is.
They tell me that I will now become a sort of chrysalis for 3-6 months. Whatever is happening is already starting. It is harder and harder to access them for Ask Higgins. For this reason, I am closing Ask Higgins to further questions.
Cynthia and Bob, of Ask The Council, give very similar responses to what Higgins would say so please feel free to check out askthecouncil.com.
Thank you for reading and following Higgins these years.
Question: Can Higgins comment on abortion in general from a spiritual perspective?
Higgins: All events occur for both/all parties involved. From the perspective of the soul of the aborted child, abortion is almost 100% expected by the spirit of the child/soul that would have inhabited the body. This because each of you preplans your life and that means you choose your parents and that means the spirit of the child and the spirit of the parent discussed this in advance. This sort of conversation is carried on during sleep time.
Important note: Many souls do not jump into the body until birth.
From the perspective of the potential parents, the spiritual burden is often much greater. They would plan an abortion situation in their sleep time for the spiritual growth it would offer.
Received July 15, 2018
Question: I like this answer (regarding the post on The Akashic Record), but I’m wondering… if we live in the mind of God, are we God’s thoughts/dreams/nightmares?
Higgins: While it is impossible for us to describe God so that you can understand what God is we think the following analogy is pretty close:
Think of God’s ‘mind’ as a canvas in 3-D. You are painting a picture on the canvas that is God. God is the structure within which the Universe is woven. God is consciousness so that’s why we call it the Mind of God.
You are neither a thought, nor a dream, nor a nightmare. You exist. You are part of God himself. God is aware of what God is doing as you. For example, as we type this with the help of the entity named Cheryl, God is aware that God, as Cheryl, is connecting with us, Higgins, and that we are individual segments of eternal consciousness, also aspects of God.
When you feel good, God feels good. God wants to feel good and holds forth a steady homing signal that is love and compassion and happiness and joy all rolled into one. When you align with that homing signal, you are happy and God is happy. That is what God likes best.
Received July 10, 2018