Today I asked if any animals would like to talk with me. A gray and white mouse came forward. I recently had a somewhat scary dream which included a mouse that looked like this. It was so creepy, in fact, that I actually forced myself to wake up during the dream. I asked if this was the same mouse and I was told no. They look similar but this is not the dream mouse. 😏
I was a little on edge for no apparent reason, so I thought if I stay still, the mouse will ask to fill us both with love, which sometimes occurs before my channels begin. Before that could happen, however, I was told, “You have a fear of rats and mice, so let’s figure out a way you can be more comfortable.”
I commented, “I’m not actually afraid of them. It’s just that they move so fast and I never expect them to be there, so it startles me. I’ve been conditioned to be afraid of quick, unexpected movements, especially when I only see something out of the corner of my eye. If they were gentle and stayed in one spot where I could look at them more closely, I can see their individuality and personality and then I’m not afraid.”
(See how I was told I’m afraid of something but that’s not completely true? I have a responsibility to make up my own mind and reflect on whether what I hear actually applies to me or not. You have that responsibility yourself! Nothing is done by mistake with the Universe. This was a learning experience so I chose to make use of it. 😏)
“You are like a mouse,” I was told. “All you want is to live your spiritual life in freedom and peace. You have some friends you want to experience this wonderful existence with, who also are hidden away in the shadows. Your will is to move from one place to another as you choose, yet your quick, sometimes unexpected (Divinely led) movements startle people around you. They aren’t actually afraid of your presence, but yet have been conditioned to fear others different from them. When they can look you in the eye and see your soul, the beauty and truth you embody as a gentle Being of Creation, their fear lessens. The challenge is getting themselves to the place where you can roam freely in what you consider your home to be: Earth.
A mouse is rarely interested in shrieks or chaos. He wants nourishment. He works, works, works to bring what he can find to others who share in his world, but he never intrudes on purpose. He believes he’s supported by nature and…”
A Predator Awaits
The message trails off as I see an enormous black and white cat with a satisfied, “evil” grin (like the Cheshire cat from Alice in Wonderland) waiting to pounce on the unsuspecting mouse.
“The lives of many have been taken by someone such as the ‘cat,’” said the mouse. “But never without purpose. The life was complete and he was offering a removal of the container; albeit a mercy killing wouldn’t fit the premise, in human terms. Nevertheless, it was ordained long before this occurred.”
“It seems so senseless, though, lying in wait to kill another being for sport.” (This scene played out in a home, so starvation was not an issue in the cat’s behavior.)
“You so fear predators that it scares you into not roaming freely in life.”
Again, this is not quite true.
“I agree with you in some respects, as this is a common experience these days. Parts of humanity are forgetting their core good values. We were headed on the right path a few years ago — for instance, taking a stand against bullying and holding ourselves more accountable for our behavior — and humanity suddenly made a sharp turn in the opposite direction. Many are now like this predatory cat, lying in wait to ‘kill’ for sport or idle enjoyment. My mind and heart don’t understand this at all. It hurts to even think about what they must’ve gone through to shape themselves into people with such careless regard.”
“Yes, it seems that way on the outside,” agreed the mouse. “But it’s not without Divine intention or purpose. When people forget they have a choice, like you showed at the start of our interaction today, or even when you woke yourself up from a bad dream, forcing the unpleasantness to end…”
Here I’m shown someone falling into a deep, dark pit. The person looks like a stick figure with no substance to him. “By choice,” I hear. “But there is always a way out.”
The mouse now appeals to the cat and looks him square in the face.
“Oh, I didn’t think you saw me,” meowed the cat, out of character. His entire demeanor changed. He was contrite, slightly ashamed, and bashful.
“I saw you when your energy told me to watch out,” countered the mouse. They shook paws and went in different directions.
“So what was this?” I asked with some confusion (and some clarity).
“A teaching,” answered the mouse. “You expected the story to end in a grisly way, but that was simply the version your fear put before us. There are other ways to end a story such as this. Nature is an aspect often understood. But there are beautiful endings to things that ‘nature’ wouldn’t predict. Such as ‘friends’ coming together to start a new reality. Or ‘enemies’ coming together to end an old one. At the soul level, all are One. How enemies are formed is not interesting. How they merge as Love is. Look for that Truth and start a new reality. And if some are afraid of your quick soul-ish movements, so be it. They will find their ways out too.”
“Soul-ish looks like ‘goulish,” I pointed out.
“Oh, does it, now?” grinned the mouse. “That’s for them to work with, Angel-Rose.”
Nothing is without purpose.
© 8/22/16 by Angel-Rose Coen.
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