The Perfect Age

You are Beings who intend to come forth and to continue to expand and grow and change. What is the perfect age? “Well, it’s the age where I finally understand my freedom, and I finally understand that I am free to create, and it’s the age that I am at my most beautiful.” And we say, by whose standards? In other words, who gets to decide the perfect age? And we say, rather than determining what the perfect age is, why not decide what the perfect state of being is—and then discover that you can find the perfect state of being at any age.

Tuesday, October 11

Age is simply a number.  How many times as someone said to you:
Oh man, if I could go back and do it over again, I’d do this differently and that differently and that differently too.

Would you REALLY?

Don’t you understand that if you WERE to go back and change EVEN one aspect of your life, everything else would change too?  Deviate one step and your life would take on a whole new aspect.  Is your life so difficult now that you would want to change it so drastically and not know what the outcome would be?

I think people don’t take into consideration what changing one thing could do.  Your life is perfect as it is.  You’re right where you’re supposed to be.  Do you understand that you ARE free to create your life as you want it to be?  There is free will up to a point.  Yes, I believe the monumental aspects of our lives are already mapped out.  I’ve said it before.  I DO believe in predestination.  There are some things in our lives that can NOT be altered.

Our birth day is one of them.  That simply can NOT be changed.  It is known well before we incarnate.

Where we will incarnate, to who we will incarnate (who are family will be.)  That can NOT be changed.

Where we will live, how many times we will move and where we will move.  That can NOT be changed.  Look at your life for example.  Have you ever thought you were going to move out of a town or state that you lived in, only to find something blocking your way?  That’s the Divine’s guiding hand putting up a roadblock.

Our transition day is also mapped out.  Unfortunately, that day CAN be changed, either by ourselves.  We can choose to transition at our own hand.  I was at the Madison Coffee Shop for breakfast one morning last week  in Madison Connecticut and I walked in on a conversation about the Death Penalty.  It was asked would you rather be put to death or spend life in prison.  Marge, the woman who asked the question turned to me and said:
I already know your answer, Chris.

Since I FIRMLY believe we all return again and again, and Marge knows this is a strong belief of mine, she thought I’d say put me to death.  I surprised her with my answer.  I went on to explain why I believe the death penalty is wrong not only morally, but also because it is disrupting God’s road map.  Humanity has NO right to step in and decide when someone’s life is over.  Only God should make that decision.

If our life is cut short by our own hand or by human violence of ANY sort, that’s a one way ticket back to physical form. We are incarnated to physical for a specific reason, or a purpose and if we do not discover that reason or if we don’t have the time to find that reason, because our lives have been taken from us, we MUST return again so we CAN discover our purpose.

So what IS the PERFECT age?  It is when we have found what we are supposed to do and when we set our minds to getting there, to doing it.  If ANYTHING stands in our way, if ANYTHING prevents us from doing what we are supposed to do, whether it be someone well meaning telling us:
Oh you can’t do that.  How are you going to make a living doing THAT?  If we agree with that sentiment and deviate from God’s plan, we will MOST ASSUREDLY return and find ourselves in the same situation when we reach the age it’s time to make that decision again.

If our lives are cut short by our own hand or by violence from another hand, we will surely come back to the same point in time again.  We will continue returning and be in the same position over and over until we learn the lesson that we MUST follow the map that God has laid out for us.  Until we learn that lesson we will be placed in the same position again and again, much like an LP record that skips when there is a scratch on its surface.

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.



2 responses to “The Perfect Age

  1. What is the perfect age? Every age is the perfect age to learn the life lessons we were meant to learn, given the time and circumstances we’ve been allotted.
    But for me, life became easier to make sense of when I began the individuation process (Jungian concept). This is the time when individuals begin to find meaning for their lives apart from identify with a group or a collective situation. It’s when the individual begins to really discover their unique purpose in life. It’s when they embrace the reality of their uniqueness.
    And this can happen at any age. But it is the road less traveled. You do veer off the beaten path for the wilderness. And that’s where you find your truest self. Thanks for the enjoyable read Chris ~ peace.

  2. Beautiful post and much food for thought, Chris!

    I firmly believe that we are at the perfect age when we do not simply hear His calling for our lives, but follow it in trust and faith. It does no good to go back in our lives, to try to imagine the “if onlys”; that is like forgiving a sin but not forgetting it. Doesn’t work!

    I’m not sure about reincarnation. Once I get to Heaven, I’d kind of like to stay there. However, that would be God’s choice, not mine.

    Thanks so much for staying with my post, Chris. I appreciated your comments today and your encouragement as always. I promise I will try to visit you more often, too; just been swamped with some self-imposed writing deadlines and family obligations lately. Know you understand . . .

    Blessings, as ever and always!

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