[K’lar is one of my personal guides — a Viking who teaches and advises me on being adventuresome. — Rob]
Rob: I invite my personal guide, K’Lar, my Viking, to join me on board [my boat]. He joins me.
K’Lar, thank you for joining me today. I felt you wanted to talk a week or more ago. We never got the chance. Do you have anything that you would like to share?
K’Lar: Thank you for inviting me, Rob. Finally! What’s a guy gotta do to get an audience?! 😄
I come today, Rob, in this setting on your boat to make the point that, yes, you can go sailing anytime. You can go anywhere in the world at any time. We’re only a thought away. We are with you always … always happy to have a conversation.
Today, I would like to talk to you about courage. You have this image, this belief, about the nature of Vikings setting out in an age of exploration and expansion, of having tremendous courage to set out on the open sea in search of new lands, new opportunities. And there’s great truth in that. The reason I bring this up today is because in this day and age, this time on planet, is another age that requires expansion and tremendous courage to set out into the unknown.
But I am here to tell you that you — all of you, all here on this call, all of your friends and family, teammates — are all up for the challenge. You all possess tremendous courage! Hold to that. Hold on to that thought no matter what happens in the coming days. Trust that all will be well, that you will, in fact, find your destination.
You may not know all of the pathways on the journey that will get you there, and that’s okay. That is the nature of adventure, proceeding with trust into the unknown, with courage and fortitude, trusting that you will achieve your aims.
You all have tremendous strength, fortitude, and, yes, that courage. Otherwise you would not be here in this time, in this age, in this great time of transition for all humanity.
As your teammate asked about soul design, each of your soul designs, yes, that is good to have a sense of who you are. And for you, Rob, you have a tremendous sense. She may be a butterfly, but you are a lighthouse. You are a beacon of light and love and hope and courage to all, that no matter what storm is blowing around you, you remain firmly anchored, shining your light of safety, beckoning all to come this way — this way to safety.
So I encourage you to carry on. Don’t get hung up too much on the details. I know it’s your nature that you want to know what will happen, how all the events will unfold. But understand also, that is a changing landscape. The plan for how things unfold is ever-changing, but the end result is firmly fixed by the Mother as part of her Divine Plan. It WILL come to be; it is only a matter of when.
Leave the details to others and proceed on YOUR path — why you were chosen to be here. Be a member of that crew, setting out on the journey, onboard ship, sailing over the horizon, not knowing what lies in store, but knowing there will be a much better world on the other side.
I hope this has been helpful to you. Again, we are all here anytime you choose to have a conversation, any question you may have. Proceed in faith. Proceed in trust. And know that we are all in awe of your courage and fortitude, and WE have tremendous faith in YOUR abilities.
With that, I leave you. Take care.