Daysi Paradise, in her constant quest to embody the love of God, recently made a sojourn to the Grand Teton Mountains in Wyoming to aid humanity’s ‘Shift into Christ Consciousness’.
The 28th annual World Congress on Illumination, or the Shift into Christ Consciousness as described by Patricia Cota-Robles, marks the transition of humanity from our carbon based 3rd dimensional existence into our perfect crystalline 5th dimensional form of Divine infinite consciousness of Divine awareness.
If you wonder: why the Grand Teton Mountains – well, it is just one of many highly spiritual places on our Earth said to hold a retreat of one of the Ascended Masters.
That Daysi Paradise would make this journey to the Grand Teton Mountains is no surprise, given her quest to be an embodiment of Christ Consciousness. As I listen to her story, I am again captivated by the pure love with which she sees the world around her.
On her journey to Wyoming she prayed for the truth of her salvation and the salvation of the world to be revealed to her. Through automatic writing she received the message: ‘One Life, one God, one Love, one Truth’. At 7pm (a spiritually symbolic number) she realized that the sun was shining on her face and she knew in her heart she was being called to play her part in the healing of our Earth. As she glanced to her side to where her fellow passengers were sitting, she saw a photo of a white horse on a cell phone held by one of them, a symbol which provided reassurance that the Holy Spirit was with her. In her mind’s eye, she opened a vortex to bring in the Light needed for that healing.
Daysi Paradise shared with me some profound words she found in Love Holds no Grievances – the Ending of Attack, a book she read on her journey to Wyoming:
‘I am here only to be truly truthful. I am here to represent Him who sent me. I do not have to worry about what to say or what to do, because He who sent me will direct me. I am content to be wherever He wishes, knowing He goes there. I will be healed as I let Him teach me to heal’.
To me, these words reflect the beauty of my Earth Angel, Daysi Paradise. They indeed represent something that we should each aspire to.