Guidance from Eileen Caddy

There has to be a Deep Spiritual Hunger

There is a gradual and consistent breaking down of universal thought forms which is taking place at this time, and a replacing of them with new thoughts, new ideas, new ways, new words and new phrases. There are times when the old can be discarded quite easily and quickly but at other times it has to be a gradual process, a wearing away by constant repetition. It does not happen overnight as many hope it will. Be very patient and very tolerant as you go through this interim period of
 changeover, much of the old has to be broken down and transmuted. This needs patience, persistence and perseverance on the part of those who are presenting the new to mankind. Old habits are not easy to break
 and if they are bad habits it is even more difficult. There has to be the desire to break them before even the first step can be taken. There has to be a deep spiritual hunger within a soul before that soul is ready and open to accept the new, which is being presented at this time. Never be disheartened or discouraged, persistence will win through in the end and the new be recognised, accepted and lived. All is very well.

27 January 2012

One of the co-founders of the Findhorn Community, Eileen Caddy, received guidance from the "still, small voice within" and shared it with others in the community for more than 40 years until she passed away in 2006. Today we continue this tradition by printing her guidance - as relevant today as it was when she received it - in the community's weekly newsletter and by sharing it with the wider world by email.