The Lemurian legend is so much at odds with what science has told us about geology, climatology and biology that you may be wondering how anybody could possibly entertain the notion of it being true.
I have listened to the teachings of many other modern Lemurians about what really happened all those years ago, and for the record, not everything resonates with me. However, a great deal of it does. As science is an ever-changing landscape I think it’s very possible that there are large swathes of history that have not yet been uncovered, or that have been uncovered but misunderstood. I also think it’s possible for things to occur on the spiritual plane that cannot be proven on the physical plane. Therefore, I am content with the idea that Lemuria’s existence will never be proven and I will continue to believe in it and teach about it.
We must also remember that whilst many psychics have brought through much of the same information on Lemuria, there are also a lot of conflicting messages out there. We should therefore measure everything we are told against our own intuition. Also, whilst I trust in my own past life memories and the messages I have received from my guides, I have to acknowledge that it is possible that they could simply be the result of my vivid imagination. None of us are infallible after all.
However, all of this is irrelevant. Because for me, whether or not Lemuria really existed doesn’t even matter.
Lemuria is not just a story about the past. It is a signpost for our world today.
Yes, I believe in Lemuria. However, even if I am wrong, Lemuria has still enriched my world and the world of many others. There is so much the stories can teach us that will help to bring about a more peaceful, loving energy on this planet. It is already happening. Despite traditional media outlets being filled with reports of war, violence, fear and hatred, the world is actually in the best shape it has been during modern times. There is less hunger, less poverty, less disease and fewer conflicts. We are getting there.
There is still a long way to go, however.
Reincarnated Lemurians are on this planet at this time in order to bring about a better world. They are here to set a precedent by which human beings will live with greater love and respect, in harmony with the natural world and the other inhabitants of this beautiful planet. They are here to embody kindness in all its forms – which is easier and cheaper, anyway.
This earthly mission is true even for those who don’t realise they are reincarnated Lemurians. Many of them don’t remember being in Mu, nor do they believe it ever existed. But that’s okay.
Because if the only thing motivating us to bring about a better world is an ancient legend, then we have missed the point. We should be bringing about a better world anyway, regardless of our motivation.
For some of us, however, faith in a story will be the catalyst that gets us to live more mindfully.
In my younger years I was a devoted Christian, and was very much influenced by stories of Jesus’ love and compassion. I was so stirred to help those less fortunate than myself that I spent several years of my life in volunteer work.
But I was not helping people simply because Jesus told me to, nor was I doing it because I thought I was lining up merit for the afterlife. I did it because I understood, through Jesus’ example, that you should go to great lengths to show the world love, regardless of any promise of reward.
Others have not required the story of Jesus to learn the lesson of unconditional love. Perhaps other stories or life circumstances have lined up to get them to the point of understanding this truth. But irrespective of how it happened, it happened. Their hearts and actions were changed forever, causing a ripple effect that has sent good throughout the world.
I don’t think that those in desperate need ultimately care why a person is helping them. They are simply grateful to receive help.
Likewise, some reincarnated Lemurians don’t need to immerse themselves in the legend to become a catalyst for change. Some don’t even believe in Mu and may reject the concept altogether. Yet they are still out there, in the world, looking after those who have been forgotten, fighting for those who have no voice and trying to bring about peace. Surely a world full of peace and love is something worth striving for, no matter why you do it?
I believe that it is.
As for the rest of us, who do retain our belief in Lemuria and who do actively participate in teaching about it and gathering with others who also believe, we will continue as we are doing, wishing well to all those who choose to change this world in a different way. After all, minor details are not worth arguing about when the world is in need of so much peace and happiness.
So yes, I do really believe in Lemuria, but it doesn’t bother me one bit if you don’t. Because we have too much to do to be sidetracked by arguing about it! Let’s all get on with living as our own hearts command. And whether we believe Lemuria to be fact or fiction, if we let the minor details fall by the wayside, still our love and kindness will remain.
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