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Endings or Possibilities

by Judi Thomases


The following segment has been received, word for word through a psychic process known as channeling. It is an invited procedure. The teachings always serve to guide us through the journey of life.

ENDINGS OR POSSIBILITIES

In the ending of something, there is the sense of conclusion or achievement or of finality. But in the beginning is always the sense of possibility. The main difference between beginning and ending can be said to be the difference between infinity and specificity, or between choice and creation versus results and form (also known as limitation).

We speak now of working with energies, approaching your next effort wherein you face an indeterminate future in which you would like to imbue some qualities, or chance some experience. In the beginning, things remain open, and depending upon the assortment of energetic possibilities before you, you can play, you can pick, you can shape; perhaps you may follow but always there remains an open end, a never-before induced possibility. This statement applies to a product you may wish to build, a life choice you may wish to engage in, or a piece of truth you may hunger to discover. In other words, beginnings offer possibilities through the tangible and the intangible.

It may seem obvious but still can and should be stated that endings are quintessentially different from beginnings in that a destination is reached. This destination is the outcome of the path of creative discovery. The destination can be something bitter or something sweet, but it has, by definition, its determined qualities. And so endings can be defined as the cessation of energetic pathways.

An ending feels very different from a beginning because in new beginnings rest excitement, curiosity, perhaps trepidation, and light whereas in endings rests form, quietude, and usually the removal of energetic movement. Since our definitions are broad, it is possible to achieve an ending in which a sort of movement continues, such as the production of a motor vehicle... but the movement that continues is not the inner life, the vital spark of newness that is inherent in all fresh starts.

One thing the ending contains that the beginning does not is knowledge, for whether one has been successful in the quest to produce, follow, create, explore and so forth that was part of the motivating initial energy, the results always give knowledge. This knowledge becomes part of the body of wisdom gained from being alive. Such wisdom is the real treasure. Better by far than the obvious results of the effort.

After the ending, a new cycle will of course begin, for nothing is static in the realm of energy, and must keep going even if it goes around and around in a habit loop. All is in motion at all times in the universe. To dwell mostly in the polarity of fresh starts and unbridled potential is to be a person in love with possibility whereas to prefer dwelling in the realm of completed effort is less adventurous and often less turbulent. Not everyone is cut out for the continuous exploration of possibilities; most fall midway, finding themselves in a new adventure willy-nilly by virtue of being alive. There is no good/bad or right/wrong with this, but it is always well to look from afar and see the mysterious nature of life under a transformed gaze.

Astrologer, psychic and channeler for over four decades, frequent contributor to Dell Horoscope magazine, featured guest on ABC, CBS, Sirius, Judi Thomases' own inner voice of spiritual guidance is The Brotherhood of Light Workers. Her newest book, “The Wisdom Keys”, can be purchased on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Balboa Press. Judi is available for private consultations - contact judi@wisdompath.com for more information.

© 2019 by Judi Thomases


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