The Importance of Writing: A Message from St. Germain

I must write. For writing is what organizes it all. It is a fine medium for me to work in. That is for sure.

 

Who wrote “the pen is mightier than the sword?” For the pen is a weapon that can slay a man’s ignorance with knowledge, it can move a man’s heart to love in action and it can plant an idea that can inspire the multitudes.

 

One Word = One Seed

Many Words = A Garden

Many Words Elegantly Arranged = Unlimited Food for Thought and Change

 

You see, it is this power that has been the basis for all victories for the light. It is the “word” and the word “made good.” It is the utterance of divine intelligence streaming down from light to sound to word!

 

All divine texts, decrees, documents, tablets, sonnets, commandments, sutras, verses, manuscripts, poems, stories, legends, chants, songs, and living books are various compositions of light code which populate this dimension with light. How simple and beautiful.

 

And well, for the writer, it is not a choice but an urging impression that comes into awareness and requires an outlet – a way to stream this light from other dimensions through his or her body and into the flow of ink or keyboard or recording device. Just as the scribes of Egypt and the calligraphers of the manuscripts have done through history.

 

Yes, there is divinity to writing and recording one’s thoughts when called. When the grand orchestra is playing, you never know when your part or your solo is up – for your words are necessary in the arrangement. What would Beethoven’s Fifth sound like without the oboe of the first movement?

 

Such is the importance of your soulful words – written and recorded, even if we can’t hear the whole symphony. It is still streaming. So keep streaming your inspired words beloved writers!

Message written through Giselle Koy.