We recognize all throughout dimensional journeys, the advantage of integrating (anticipated but impromptu) repetitive and celebratory events [commonly referred to as rites, rituals, ceremonies, and activations]. Spiritually inspired events facilitate the progression into additional phases of experience [often with the support of community]. Preceded by particular unhindered and unscripted events which occurred to provoke the sensation of desire for a particular goal, [as unique as the individual perspectives involved]. The focus of perspective determines the choice made for their continuation. Such deliberate events insist on their establishment into their experience. Its manifestation being the evidence confirming the decision has been made. Then the reoccurring event is no longer necessary after the transformation has taken place.
When one is inspired to participate in such particular affairs, the spiritual universe around them begins to reveal signs and symbols which guide them on the necessary steps for the materialization of the transformation. It is through the dedication to such events the perceiver announces its belief, and desires while declaring the determination of advancing to the sequential manifestation.
Whether joining in daily prayers, meditations, or study. Getting together for celebrating a birth, blessing, baptism, coming of age, or marriage. Or uniting on entering contracts, seasonal celebrations, purging previous ways, or the receiving of spiritual communication on a quest. One will have already received multiple inspired indicators confirming to begin preparations, through synchronistic signs, symbols, and encounters [in any dimensional realm]. Promptly undertaking the preparations for such events is as inspired as the event itself, agreeing upon the (usually unknown) advancements it would offer. By this time one has already started experiencing a change in their perception [person, energy, or personality] and it is by the support of encouraging (and agreeing) witnesses (as the spiritual universe), which would accelerate the formation of the intended transition.
Timing is significant with such transitional events. They have the potential to be optimal moments of surrender, allowing the forgiveness of unnecessary past decisions, with the renewed awareness of purpose and one’s individual functions. Everyone seeking to be in harmony together should feel the necessity to participate in daily, weekly, and celebratory events together. With an obligation to each other of thinking and believing in their potential with the mental recognition of the success and advancements of (the “others”) intended goal [as their blessing in favor of its manifestation]. Directing the results with their thoughts, desires, and beliefs naturally reflected into the experience perceived (as “others”).
No ritual should be done blind, nor in mimicry of someone else, even while others can inspire the occurrence and direction, they are always a personal authentic expression of uniting with spirit. While there are some traditionally supportive directions to specific types of rituals, they should always be adjusted to represent the uniqueness of those involved. Often involving the giving, exchange, or development of (any kind of) emblem to remember, represent, or reinforce the new commitment they have made. While remaining open to additional inspired events taking place of the old.
In short this statute indicates:
1. It is beneficial and supportive to publicly acknowledge transitional times in people’s lives. While witnesses bless the endeavor with their expectations of their success.
2. Rituals are unique, sanctified activities joining with the Spiritual Universe, they are always training the perceiver in evoking spiritual perspective and understanding.
3. All celebrations of life’s transitions and changes can be rituals, including gaining rites as the transitioned. While daily spiritual study, meditation, and prayer routines are rituals also.
4. Rituals are not meant to begin, continue, or stop blindly, they are meant to be spiritually guided events to enhance relationships and experience. To question them is natural when one is not inspired to do them, if they are, then examination would lead to understanding.
5. In preparation, community should only collaborate as constructive support and beneficial advisement of the ritual events which should remain designed by the organizers, who are the persons directly receiving the guidance from spirit to embark on. (i.e. weddings, coming of age, baptisms)
6. Guidance for events are given to all parties and never involve forced participation. Nor, is there ever any need of sacrifice by (or of) anyone (or thing) else but those personally embarking on following their unique guidance to participate.
7. Authentically embracing your guided rituals and performing them as precisely as possible, includes a happy and successful experience.