Karen sent me the following information. We are not parrots over here quoting Adamus, but since it is so on topic of what we have all been discussing, I wanted to share it. From Karen:
Crimson Circle put up a FB post today offering for free this 2010 Channel in which Adamus first talks about Ahmyo. I already had it from back then and decided to read again. Here’s a few tidbits. “Ahmyo means trust in yourself. Ahmyo means be with this. Be with you. Be in trust. It is ahmyo – the grace of trust in yourself.”
At the end of the channel Adamus talks about Divine Will and Free Will:
ADAMUS: The divine will is what you would call your true soul passion or desire, and it absolutely overrides what you would call your human free will. I have to laugh when I hear humans talking about their free will. You really don’t have a free will. You pretend that you do, because you think that you can choose today whether you want to wear brown shoes or black shoes, but your free will was given away a long time ago. That’s a whole show we can do in that, and I will get a lot of people angry about it, but it is true. You pretend that you have free will, but you gave it away. You absolutely gave it away, and you continue to give it away every day by not allowing yourself to trust yourself.
Every moment out of trust you have just given away free will. However, the good news is there is a divine will, you could say your soul’s will. It is the guiding force in the journey of your consciousness. It overrides even what you would say would be the human free will or the human choices.
This part of you knows that you are coming into your sovereignty through experience. This divine will, it doesn’t know pain. It doesn’t know death. The human is only aware of that. Truly, your divine does not know of hardship, because that is a human concept. So it isn’t bogged down by all these petty things, like death and pain and poverty, that the human is. So it can go through its journey. It can find itself without all of these burdens. And it is at work in your life every moment.
When you allow yourself to connect with that, in other words, when you get over the human limitations and the human littleness that people carry, then you connect with that. Then there actually is no need to have to have a passion. There is no need to have to build up your ego to create and maintain and hold onto your identity. All those go away.
You tap into your divine will and you realize that that will is just about the answer to the original question, “Who am I?” And that is the true passion. But don’t confuse it with these manufactured, artificial human passions. Those are actually distractions. The true passion is the final realization to the question, “Who am I?” And, of course, the answer is “I Am that I Am.” Be with this. Be with you. Be in trust.
Could it be more perfect?! Thank you, Karen.
The picture is my new succulent fairy hangout, as I am warming up my house to be fit for the beautiful divine will experience I am having.