Walk With Me! (Spirit Guide: White Wolf)
—The White Wolf Call, Channeled by Emmanuel van der Meulen
This is my journey with you. Today, we will explore why I want to walk with you and possibly without knowing it consciously and explicitly, why you might want to walk with me.
You might be thirsty, and I might have water to quench your thirst. If you are not thirsty, then merely stop your journey with me. You are under no obligation. But for those of you who thirst, I might be able to provide water to you. In this way, we are not obligated to one another, but mere companions on a journey.
You might ask what the thirst is about. Well metaphorically, I’m referring to the thirst of your life: what you might be thirsty for in your life. Perhaps you have lived to the age where you feel your life is not what you like it to be, and have become thirsty for something meaningful.
You might be wondering what that “something meaningful” might be. Walk with me, and you will have the opportunity to see what you thirst for.
The journey we will walk together is slow. There is a reason for this. While we go from here to the next point of the journey, our slowness will allow me to get to know you and you to know me. As we learn about each other, we will also learn to trust each other. Soon, if our walk goes well, you might realize that you are on a journey you always wanted to take.
Here are some things you should know about your journey and mine. For one, our travels will take us into places you have never been before now. If you had visited these places before, we most likely would not be on this journey now.
Also, remember that some of the journey might seem familiar to you. You might even say or think, Déjà vu, as you earthlings say, because you’re sure you’ve been somewhere or done something just like this before. Don’t let that distract you. There is much more to the journey than that.
On our travels, we will walk and talk. We will also walk and play. Our journey is not, and should not, be only about serious things. Actually, the journey is as light or as heavy as you make it.
The journey will happen at your pace, not anyone else’s. No one will hurry you. You might want to hurry yourself. But, there is no need for that. Stay calm and enjoy the journey to your fountain.
You will have doubts along the way. When they occur, please remember that these doubts are nothing more than fear of the unknown. No harm will come to you, no matter what you might think or believe. Belief, by the way, is not real or truth. It is only something you think. This thinking originated with you, or with someone else who passed it along to you. Understanding this will actually help quench your thirst. When you encounter something different on your travels and it causes you to doubt one of your beliefs, that doubt shows that the belief might not serve you.
To help you remember this important point, I will write it again here, as Point 1.
Point #1: When you doubt, it is most likely the result
of a belief which is not likely real, but was created by
you or by someone else.
Now, what if you reach a point in the journey where you want to stop? Perhaps the path will, at some point, seem too steep or uneven, creating doubts within you, and you will want to stop walking. Perhaps, instead, you just need some time to absorb what you have seen. Or, perhaps it will be the entire journey that, at those times, feels too difficult.
If this happens, you can stop the journey and no harm will come to you. Each part of the journey is separate from the others. So, leaving at any time will in no way harm you. Instead, you will have gained some wisdom for the journey of your life—wisdom you can use from that moment on. And perhaps someday, once you see the benefit of the wisdom you gained on your incomplete journey with me, you might want to return and journey with me again. And that will be 100% okay.
This journey is done in such a way that you should enjoy it. If you do begin to feel worried or strained, please recall Point #1 and see the worry or strain for what it is.
Now that I have told you these things about our journey, let’s continue.
Water is our physical body’s thirst quencher. What can quench our life’s thirst?
Let’s look at this question for a moment and see if we can find the answer. What do you desire most for your life? Is this what you currently have, or have achieved? Or, is what you want most something you take in, like food or water?
If what you desire isn’t any of those things, then what is it? Where will you find it? Will you find it somewhere in a shop? Will you find it in another person? When you do find it . . . have you guessed yet? . . . will you find it in yourself?
Let us make this Point 2:
Point #2: You will find whatever you need to quench
your life’s thirst within yourself.
Okay, now we know where to look for what we desire most—what will quench our life’s thirst. Now that we know where to look, how do we go about looking for it?
Before we try to answer that question, let’s look at something else: You and I are on this journey because you have arrived at a place in your life you are certain you do not wish to be. Are there any doubts about that?
I would say this is Point 3:
Point #3: You are on this journey with me because you
have gotten to a place in your life where you are certain
you don’t want to be.
Let’s explore further, but remember, this journey is also about fun. The journey does not have to be difficult or painful. It can also be about fun while making the journey to where your life’s thirst can be quenched.
Is it possible that you have encountered some of the answer before in your life?
That is possible.
So, when you find what you are thirsting for, will it be something new . . . or will it be something you are partly familiar with?
If this does happen—if we recognize what quenches our thirst—what could you say of it? Is it someone else’s creation, or is it yours? Where did it come from? What are its origins? Could it be that you had chosen that as your thirst quencher? If you did, then what made you forget about it? Did you indeed forget about what would quench your life’s thirst? Or, is it that you developed your thirst quencher during your life but were not consciously aware of what you were doing—that is, creating your thirst quencher?
So, while you have survived until now—as declared in Point #3—could you, at some point in your life, have already developed something to help you find where you want to be instead of where you don’t want to be? Something that will quench your life’s thirst?
If this is true, your desire to take this journey might well be because you are ready to quench your thirst, and is the reason for you becoming thirsty in the first place. Now to Point 4:
Point #4: Right now, you are likely at a breaking or
life-altering point, a crossroad where you have developed
a life’s thirst while living a life that is not your first choice.
Is this, then, the reason you have become thirsty: because you want to start living your first-choice life?