Source. The Light. Are you connected? Can you connect? What happens when you connect?

kotel-3913Are you connected? Can you connect? What happens when you connect?

I don’t know if I have ever shared on this blog the sequence of events that lead to me connecting to what I call “Source?”

It began in 1983.

I was in Israel. I moved there is 1982. I hoped that my life would change for the better, but alas, it did not.

I spent most of my life depressed, on medication, in therapy, miserable. Intermittently it interfered even with my professional life: I had to take weeks of when I was especially depressed.

I was an architect, by the way.

One night I was driving home from some trip past the Old City of Jerusalem, and I had the good idea to stop and visit the Western Wall, the wall where it is said, you are closest to God.

It was about 3 am, and there was only one Hassid, an ultra religious Jew praying in front of the wall. I sat down about 30 maybe 40 feet from the wall, and just sat there. I looked up and asked: if there is anything there, please make me feel you.

With that I suddenly felt a connection and a two-way channel opening up. No words, no sounds, just a slight pressure in the back of my head and on the top of the head, what we now lovingly call The Tangerine Spot.

It lasted for about a minute, then I needed to pay attention to the praying man: he was yelling real loud.

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Kotel at sunrise

connect20 years later I started to study Kabbalah. Kabbalah is an ancient body of knowledge. People who contribute to Kabbalah because they so deeply connect with the knowledge are called Kabbalists.

Studying Kabbalah doesn’t make you a Kabbalist… but I got lucky. Because I live out of an area where there is a Kabbalah Centre, I had an option to talk to a student connector… on the phone. I called her my teacher. One day she said: “do you know that you can connect to the Creator any time you want?” I didn’t know… but that opened up something for me.

The next moment I was connected, and since then I have no problem connecting.

But connecting, being connected, and teaching others to connect are not the same thing.

It seems the world is divided to two schools of thought: one group says: I am already connected, the second says: I don’t know how to connect.

Both group lives in perpetual darkness, alone, isolated, pretending that they are not.

When you connect you have an experience that you are part of something much greater than yourself, and that something is friendly to you. That something knows about you and has been waiting for a long time for you to reach out.

It’s like having an invisible friend that you can talk to and it talks back, although it has no voice.

The quality and the intensity of your relationship is up to you: sometimes it’s casual, sometimes it’s intense, and often you don’t understand the guidance that is coming towards you.

But it is hard to feel depressed or feel lost when you are connected, even if the circumstances of the world would almost demand that you get depressed, or worried.

Now, I could just tell you, like my teacher told me: You can connect any time… my hunch is that you don’t know what to do.

To bridge that I have developed two ways to teach you to connect, both are good, and you can get access to the connection call recordings. Once you are fairly certain that you are connected, book a 15 minute call with me, just to make sure that you are really connected. OK?

You will see a huge difference in your life if you connect regularly, or if you do certain things connected, like I do.

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Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

True empath, award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

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