When you move into worship, you move into oneness. There ceases to be a distinction between you worshipping the Source and the Source worshipping you.
At some point in this process you may discover an observer: some part of you is observing this process and is therefore to some extent outside of it. For worship to be complete the observer must relinquish its role. But how might this be done?
The part of you that is the observer is very important. It sits and watches all the events of your life and creates a story, or multiple stories, out of them. In many ways it is the glue that holds your personality self together, and to have that self fall apart can feel very frightening. If you let the observer dissolve into a sea of oneness, what remains of you?
When the Sun warms water, water evaporates and rises towards the Sun. There it gathers new light; it is renewed. The molecules of water receive an update of the Divine Plan. Light comes anew from the Source of All through the consciousness of the Sun to be given to the Earth as rain or snow.
When light is refracted through raindrops to create a rainbow, you can see the light of oneness revealed in the colours of the spectrum; the one becomes many.
Here we have another pairing of states; these have a common theme of abundance, but each offers its own perspective on the light that is. Each too helps lift us out of assumed ways of seeing ourselves, taking us into the light and allowing a greater sense of oneness with the light. This greater integration with our soul’s experience is fundamental to the creation of a city of light. The soul’s sense of the richness and the variety of possibility offered us can enhance our own sense of being greatly, opening our own light to us. In this way a city of light might come to be seen as no more or less than being simply the expression of the light within each of us.
Sananda helps you to increase the sense of yourself as Beautiful Presence, for whom all experience, whatever its nature, adds to your beauty. This emphasis upon the past as the road that brought you here to freedom in the present is an important one. Not only does it assist us in becoming free of the constraining influence of the past, it also takes us into a sense of time more aligned with that used by the cities of light.