Call me a freak?
Guest Post by Lord Aythas
Preface by Zehra
I think it is wonderful that so many people are getting Abraham's message at so many different levels. It is especially heart warming to meet young people who are in tune with themselves, who challenge the world and live life by their own terms. I am happy to introduce my readers to Lord Aythas. Please read his story and listen to the music he is creating from inside his vortex of creation. Click on his picture to go to his channel on YouTube.
Its hard to imagine life turning out the way it has. And then I remember that we forge our existence, and life is ONLY as good as you allow it to be. I am now 23 years old, globally traveled, and working on getting a record deal. Before you ask, money never had anything to do with it. Im the youngest of three boys in a pastor's family from a very small town in northern michigan. Needless to say, I did my best to impersonate Jesus the first 17 years of life, and strongly looked down upon anyone who did not.
Growing up in a staunchly religious home has perks and faults, like any home. On the one hand, I was afraid to think for myself, or place any value in the question "why?". Furthermore, I had to continually make up excuses for why I never brought any girls home, or why I went to the dances alone. Such things were not acceptable. At the same time though, I was taught the meaning of dedication to a cause, how to have faith in a vision, and to inspire that unity in those around me. These traits are the ones I held onto.
When it came time for college, I could no longer take hiding who I was, or my desire to explore other paths in life. I left home and traveled to Nashville, where I entered a double major program for Vocal Performance and Commercial Songwriting. I studied at the university for 4 years, but one morning, though I couldnt not explain why, felt the overwhelming impulse to drop out and launch a music career of my own. So I did. Though I had no clue where to even begin. I found a studio in Nashville, and with nothing but a vision of what I knew could be, spoke to the producers about working with me. Looking back, it no longer surprises me that they welcomed me with open arms without even a quarter of what they could have charged me. The energy of life at all of our finger tips is far more abundant than money ever could be!
At the same time, I happened to take a trip home to visit family, the first time in a long time. On my first day back, I was walking downtown in the city I had never felt welcome in, when a man in his early 30s came bursting out of one of the shops. I had never seen him before, nor knew his name or what he was in such a hurry about. He yelled, "You there! Stop a moment!"
A little surprised, and curiosity piqued, I spoke with the man and asked what was wrong. "This is too freaky!" He started out by saying. "I saw your face in a dream I had 3 nights ago, and I just have to tell you about it, because its you! Its your face I saw, and now you're here!"
The man told me an incredibly inspiring dream that very accurately depicted the life I saw for myself, with details I had shared with noone else. I could hardly believe what I was hearing, and asked him to tell me more. We got together for coffee the next day, and what he said in that conversation changed my life. He told me all about Ms. Esther Hicks and the teachings of Abraham, even gave me his very own copy of one of her books.
As I listened, my hunger grew, and over the following 6 months, I listened to every online conference clip I could get my hands on, so anxious to learn more about that which I somehow always knew. But if there is one thing I know, its that when you value yourself to care about how you feel, the universe will beable to give you all that you truly deserve.
Since that coffee, I have traveled to nyc with 50 dollars in my pocket, and yet was able to thrive there for 3 months, meeting up with some perfect rendezvous, like a resident choreographer for a nationally traveled broadway troupe. There is much work to be done still, but the less I wonder "how?", the more my grid falls into perfect alignment, bringing even greater surprises than I had even originally envisioned.
As Abraham so wisely says, "You'll never be done, and you can't get it wrong. Life is only as good as you allow it to be."
Thank you Abraham, I am understanding the relationship between me and myself more than ever, and life is always delicious as the result.
4/27/2013 06:39:16 pm
4/28/2013 02:50:51 am
Good on ya', Mate! As Neil Young sings, "Keep on rockin' in the free world!"
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