Suffering is Grace.
Wow, wow, wow!
This last day of the Seven Days of Grace is ... indescribable.
As I went through the Invocation of the Seventh Seal, lying down on my couch, relaxing in the meditation — from the very beginning, a thunderstorm started raging outside. I never saw it coming.
At first, I thought it was part of the background music. But after a few minutes, I realized the rain was pouring down outside and the wind took up and started raging.
And it went on raging and raining the entire 25 minutes.
And yet, I was calm. I am safe. These words sounded in my head. I am safe.
I have no words to describe this invocation other than it was not what I expected it to be. This meditation is so different from the other ones in this tiny course. I can feel the power behind the words and now, I'm even more curious about the Seven Sacred Seals, which are next on my journey, after finishing this tiny course.
I'm ready for the next seven years.
And as Richard was closing the meditation by asking for blessings from the five elements, I heard him say something about the Angel of the Earth purifying our physical bodies, and suddenly I felt a tender stroke on my heart.
At first, I thought it was the cable of my headphones. But then I realized that I had my AirPods in. There's no cable.
And yet, the gentle stroke was so notable and remarkable.
My heart has been a concern for me for the past eight months and so I felt comforted and soothed by the gentleness of the stroke.
Speaking about the miraculous. I feel like I've entered. I'm ready.
And as I'm writing this, I'm listening to the rain and the wind. I'm in awe. And I'm looking forward to continuing with the Seven Sacred Seals soon.