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You are a very complex being. You are, in fact, multidimensional. That is something that you will, or perhaps will not, experience soon. But, in the meantime, perhaps we may show you a little something.

 

你是一个非常复杂的存在。实际上,你是多维度的。这是你会或也许不会,很快体验的。但,与此同时,也许我们会展示你一点东西

 

Our question for you today is, who is looking out through your eyes? Is it the person who is being made late because of the rain on the streets? Or is it the person who sees the life and love that is nourishing the flowers and trees?

 

我们今天想问你,谁在通过你的眼睛看?是因为下雨迟到的人?还是看到生命和爱在滋养花朵与树木的人?

 

Do you see an unsightly mess on the corner lot? Or do you imagine the beautiful new addition that is being added to the neighborhood?

 

你看到拐角处的一个不雅的混乱?还是美丽的添加物被添加给邻居?

 

Is there a screaming toddler interrupting your peace? Or is there a loving mother rushing to the rescue?

 

有着一个尖叫的孩童打扰你的平和?还是有着一个母亲赶去营救?

 

In each case, both of those perceivers are within you. Which one have you chosen to be?

 

在每个情况下,这两种感知都在你之内。你选择哪一个

 

We will tell you that no great struggle is necessary for you make that choice. You are the one simply because you have made that choice over and over again. You may at any time choose to make the other over and over again.

 

我们告诉你做这个选择不需要费很大的劲。因为你再三地做出了那个选择。你可以在任何时刻选择做出另一个选择---再三地。

 

If you are living in the future oh this will be so hard to do then it will be as you imagine it. If you are here and now, there is only one simple thing to do. The future will take care of itself. In the present, there is no worry. Worry only exists in a future that is informed by the past. Fear is living a future informed by the past. So, what is the easiest way to be in the present?

 

如果你生活于未来---“哦,这很难做”---那么这会是如你想象的那样。如果你处于此时此刻,只有一件简单的事要做。未来会照料自身。在当下,不用担忧。担忧只存在于过去所知的未来。恐惧生活于过去所知的未来。所以,什么是最好的方式处于当下?

 

If you are in gratitude, it means that you are observing what is present now. Do you see? Yes, you can be thankful for something that was past. Yes, you can be thankful for some imagined future. But the best practice is to be thankful for something, anything, in the now. Be thankful for the air you breathe. There will always be something if you look for it.

 

如果你处于感恩,这意味着你在观察当下。你明白吗?是的,你可以感谢过去的东西。是的,你可以感谢想象中的未来。但最好是感谢现在的东西。感谢你呼吸的空气。总是有着你可以感谢的东西

 

It is time now for humans to raise their vibration. It was always time, but now is THE time. It is, you might say, time to keep up with the Joneses. Not that you should compare yourself to anyone else, but that you should do what is necessary to put yourself on an upward trajectory.

 

是时候去提升你们的振动。总是如此,但现在是关键时刻。你可能会说,是时候去赶上别人。不是你应该与他人比较,而是你应该尽力去处于向上的轨迹

 

The question is really whether you choose to be living in what has always been, or living in what might be. Because what might be is being transformed into what will surely be, at least for those who choose it.

 

问题就是你要么选择生活于一尘不变,要么生活于可能的所是。因为可能的所是已被转化成肯定的所是,至少对于那些选择它的人。

 

The savior of mankind is here, you see. He is, she is, they are, standing all around you. And they are beginning to wake up to that understanding. As an I, I can make a difference. As we, we can make all the difference.

 

人类的救世主就在这里,你看。他,她,他们,就在你周围。他们正开始觉醒至那个理解。因为“我”,我可以做出不同。而“我们”,我们可以让一切都变得不同

 

And they are beginning to see that they cannot change him, cannot change her. They can only change. That is what they came to do, and they are doing it. They are remembering who they are.

 

他们开始看到他们无法改变他,无法改变她。他们只能改变。这是他们前来做的,他们在做。他们在忆起自己的所是

 

It is very easy to be what you are taught to be, what you are told you are. You may have to rummage around in your inner basement to find any hints of who you really are. But you can begin by being the one who sees the flowers, who hears the birds, who lives in a world that is your own personal best world. And let tomorrow figure out how it can be better.

 

成为你被教导,被告知去成为的很容易。你也许需要在内在的储藏室寻找任何你真正所是的暗示。但你可以开始成为看到花朵,听到鸟儿,生活于你自己最佳世界中的人。让明天弄明白自己怎么可以变得更好

 

You are who you are, where you are. You are enough.

 

你是你所是,在你所在的地方。你已足够

 

原文:http://sananda.website/the-council-via-ron-head-june-14th-2017/

通灵:Ronald Head

翻译:Nick Chan

 

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