What would it look like if we approached our work as Bigfoot researchers with an attitude of love?
To reach that perspective we would have to raise our vibrations, and this means working on connecting with our spirits until we can truly feel love shining from our hearts and radiating from us to the world around us.
Love is an attractive force. It holds things together. It brings things together . . . like magnetism.
Bigfoot research with love would attract like-minded, or should I say, like-hearted … beings … to us. It would immediately tell a perceptive being that we are trustworthy.
In my last posting I wrote that Bigfoots, the forest people, do not want to be confronted by human beings that are afraid of them. Frightened human beings with rifles have been known to shoot them. Even though I came by this bit of information via psychic means, when you think about it, this is nothing but common sense! I didn’t think of it before because I wasn’t thinking with a Bigfoot’s perspective! See: It Has Been Proven That We’re All Psychic, and This Can Be Applied to Bigfoot Research.
Bigfoot research with love would provide the glue that would bring a human and Sasquatch together on one wavelength. Love is a communication device . . . with love you can communicate with people even though you don’t share a verbal language.
“Only heart to heart can speak the bliss of mystic knowers.” – Rumi
Try it – you might like it!!
Besides, you must have heard that we’re all heading into a big change that will require a heightening of our vibratory rates. You can do it unconsciously, or consciously. Your choice.
Love… what a novel idea! It brings us back to what’s true and natural for us. Sasquatches may not understand what we’re saying, but they can feel the vibration of radiant love, and respond favorably to it.
Aside from that, I’d like to mention the love between Bigfoot researchers. There’s been too much competition, suspicion, mistrust, and anger. I suggest we set aside all those negative conditions, and replace them with love. Imagine how much more we could do if we worked together with love, consideration, compassion, and camaraderie. I had to look up that last word to spell it. Synonyms are conviviality, bonhomie, and brotherhood. Isn’t this feeling good?
Love. Let’s give it a try!