8/5/20 The Bigger Picture with Meria and Michael Reccia.
Michael Reccia is back discussing his latest book “The Spaces Between, Unseen Forces That Shape Your Life”; Michael’s youtube channel; The Persian Gentlemen; message for humanity; Covid 19; pollute the world, pollute ourselves; drilling into the Earth literally and psychically; the field of human consciousness right now one of anger, violence, etc; becoming less human; respect for nature; lack of the sacred; religion; dialogue with “god”; our divine greater self; tick tock; we’re still here, there’s still time; no savior coming; race for Mars? take a daily holiday; let go; love yourself.
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I always save “The Bigger Picture” until I can really concentrate on the message. As usual, this one was beautiful. I was also raised Catholic, and had questions starting at about 7 years old. “What is God?” God is love. The next thing was “Fear The Lord“. Raise hand, Sister, does that mean that we should fear Love? Needless to say, my parents received many calls from my Catholic School. Anyway, I have not been Catholic for many years, and I’m not convinced that in my heart and soul I ever truly was. I also thought that Communion was weird. Eat the Body and Drink the Blood of Christ? Was that a Satanic Ritual right in front of our eyes? When I questioned it, I never got an answer. Michael talked about the video on Youtube, and I stopped the Interview to watch it. To say the least, the message from the Persian Gentleman was very emotional for me. It is just so sad that the Spirit World cannot see our light because way too many are so deep into materiality. PG, “If you do not connect to your Spiritual Self, civilization will end again”. We have been warned, now it is up to us. Thank you, Meria and Michael!💕
I know the feeling. Luckily we were smart enough to see thru the bullshit and fear and challenged them. The Persian gentlemen (to me) was
basically saying it’s too late. Same way I feel about the environment. Just remember to keep building your “next house” as this one is on