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This is a series of lessons that is intended to cover many of the aspects of Ascension.  These lessons will be taught by female Ascended Masters of various Orders.  Although all of these Masters are balanced in the male and female aspects of their personalities, these individuals have chosen to manifest female bodies during this time in the continuum of All That Is. Please join us for our weekly lessons.

The following lesson was given on May 23, 2006 by Sehaji Master Lady Senna :

I am Senna and I come to you today to speak about the need for more love, light and laughter in your lives.

When I was a small child, a man once came to our village proclaiming to be a magician.  Of course all of the children were fascinated with the idea of magic and even a few of the adults were eager to see what this man could do.

When many of the village members were seated around him, some with copper coins in hand to applaud his services, he started by juggling, then progressed to slight of hand and finished off by causing one of the children to disappear from a colorful tent that he had erected.

Now some might think that this could have been a horror story of the loss of a child, but it wasn't.  The magician was exactly as he presented himself, an entertainer who just happened to love his work.  His delight in the responses of his audiences displayed itself constantly upon his face and in the laughter and mock mystery of his voice.  His hands worked quickly, to everyones delight, and his program was all too soon over.

As was the custom in those days, the magician was invited into one of our homes for a fine dinner and warm bed.  Leaving none to wonder where this fine fellow would sleep while in their midst.  Love permeated our village and was gratefully and graciously accepted by this stranger who had brought laughter to us on that day.

The point I am trying to make is that in those times it was not necessary to always work at jobs that one hated to make ones way in the world and contribute to the betterment of mankind.

We are spiritually at the point now where we can create the kind of world we want to live in, a world that will not only make us as an individual happy, but a world in which we can bring joy to others and therefore contribute in positive ways to the good of the whole and the spiritual upliftment of others.  It is only a matter of choice.

"How can I do this?"  You might say.  "I have bills to pay, people who depend on me."  And I will say that I understand this.  I am not suggesting that you quit your job and run off to be a juggler or magician, but I am saying that you can now create a Now and all future Nows for yourself to be filled with love, light and laughter by:

One: By "knowing" that you are all powerful and with your thoughts can actually create a happier Now and a happier future;

Two:  By monitoring your thoughts, words and actions so that they only express that which you truly want in your life;

Three: By creating an attitude of love, compassion, understanding, forgiveness and integrity; and

Four: By living each moment as if you are filled with love, light and laughter and you WILL be.

There is nothing that we can imagine that we cannot do or be if we completely imagine it in our lives...that is unless that which one imagines is not for the furtherance of that individual's spiritual unfoldment.  Then one of your Guardians will prevent it from happening in its fullness, because that is the true desire of your Higher Self.

Therefore, all you need to do to have your life filled with love, light and laughter is to BE love, BE light, BE laughter.

If I'm not telling tales out of school, Dhyana use to make faces at herself in the mirror when she was a bit down in the mouth.  The exaggeration of her slight depression always made her laugh when she looked at herself being so dramatic.  She used a similar tactic when faced with "monsters".  She use to tell them that they would be much more effective as a monster if they added some blood here or some drool there, or made their fangs longer or did their nails.  You get my point.  Soon she was laughing at them, making fun of their Hollywood makeup and she soon lost all fear of them. 

So perhaps, you might try laughing at your fears.  Perhaps you have been taking yourself and the situations you find yourself in a bit too serious.  This is nothing to be ashamed of, nothing to be embarrassed about.  Just make more of an attempt each day to see the humor in life.  There is a lot of humor out there if you just look around.

Now I am not condoning laughing at the misfortunes of others, but when someone is being a bit melodramatic, it probably wouldn't hurt to laugh at them.  Dhyana will sometimes laugh at a crying child when it is obvious to her that the child is only crying in an effort to manipulate their parents.  The children often immediately stare at her and stop crying for a moment or more.  When they realize that she isn't going to interfere with their efforts to manipulate, they start crying again.

So, what I'm saying with this example is that often people will use dramatic means to manipulate you into either giving them more attention or to cause you to do something that they want you to do.  Personally, I find this as amusing as Dhyana does.  Do you want to give energy to those manipulators in your life or would you rather just give love while continually filling yourself with light and find joy and laughter in life expressing itself around you?

Yesterday at the Senior Center Dhyana often visits, a local minister volunteered to wash lunch dishes that day as a gift of service.  Near the end of his project, he got a phone call.  He quickly hung up then apologized and explained that he would have to leave the rest of the dishes.  It seems that he had forgotten that he was to conduct a funeral at the cemetery at that exact time, but being a good natured man, he just laughed at his "goof" and hurried out the door.  The next day he was properly teased and a good time was had by all.  Even the deceased got a kick out of it.

Now that is the kind of situation that many people might have taken a bit too seriously and his being "late for the funeral" could have been considered a serious faux pas.  Luckily, the minister was able to handle it with his normal love and good will and a laugh or chuckle was enjoyed by almost everyone.

There is nothing that cannot be improved by love whether expressed inwardly or outwardly.

There is nothing that cannot be improved by shining more light on it, even if exposure to that light reveals that which until now remained hidden.

There is nothing that cannot be improved by laughter, as long as it is not directed to harm or make fun of someone that it would truly hurt.

Love heals.
Light heals.
Laughter heals.

I believe that is a good spot to leave you all in thought.

I am Senna and I am grateful for the time we have shared today.  I wish to all much love, light and laughter.

This may be shared freely as long as it remains in its entirety
and proper credit is given.  Thank you.

Dhyana Markley

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