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Physical consciousness has access to spiritual innocence, but does not understand the messages the child is sending.

Innocent children are the greatest resource this world owns. Children are also a responsibility. The responsibility for children falls on the shoulders of physical consciousness because children are physical. On the other hand, innocence is not a child because it is not a body. Innocence is a condition that exists, not only in children, but in adults as well. Innocence belongs to the nature of the spirit. For this reason, it is important to begin to understand just why innocence entered the physical world. It is also important to learn how to nourish innocence because it is a part of our consciousness. Without understanding how to “feed” innocence, it will be not be understood that this nature must be handled in a way that does not violate it. Feeding the innocent nature has nothing to do with food. Nourishment for innocence will encourage innocence to emerge, and lead the world to a new reality. Innocence is very resilient, but it is also very delicate. It could be likened to a spider web. The web is very delicate, but it is also resilient in a way that physical science has yet to duplicate. The nature of innocence enters with children, but as the child matures, the innocent nature goes into hiding. It hides in the body of the maturing adult. Innocence in an adult is known as the inner child. The inner child that is found in an adult does not need food, but will use it if it does not find what will really give it nourishment. Innocence also does not need the things that cause addiction, but it will use these things if it does not receive the nourishment it needs.
The opposite of innocence is guilt. It is impossible for innocence to find solace in guilt, which is the physical answer to behavioral problems. This begins at a very early age. In fact, most guilt associations begin before the age of 5. If this is true , and psychology says that most learning occurs before the age of 5, then most spiritual innocence becomes entrapped in the physical body before adult logic begins. This makes the physical body subject to the misdirected energy of guilt before innocence has the ability to establish its reality in physical consciousness. There is no such thing as innocent guilt, just as there is no such thing as happy sadness. That there is a physical belief that there is a possibility that innocence could be used to establish guilt only proves that the physical and spiritual nature are distinctly different in their approach to reality. Only one approach is right. The other one uses insanity to make guilt reasonable.
Because the innocent nature is spiritual, it is under the Authority of the Spirit. This means that this nature has been being used by the physical nature without proper understanding of what innocence is for. The nature of the spirit began to be introduced into physical consciousness 2000 years ago. Before this, spiritual innocence was not known in time. In the Bible, when the Christ Child was first viewed by adults of that time, the radiance of the Child was different than any child that had been born before. This was because He radiated spiritual innocence. That children have been entering the physical world with this radiance has become a common practice. That the spirit of innocence is being introduced into time each time a baby is born, to help lead the world to peace goes unnoticed. The physical intellect would never trust a child with such a noble responsibility as establishing peace, but this is just what innocence is for.
For 2000 years, the innocent nature of the spirit has been entering the physical world. Each innocent child that has been born has been bringing pieces of a spiritual Plan to lead the world to peace. Nestled safe within the life of a baby, the spiritual Plan entered, until at last, it is now time to put the pieces of the Plan together.
God Loved the world so much, that He entrusted it to the Innocent Child, which is His Son. Although this fact has gone unnoticed by the ego/intellect, which is the prime directive of physical consciousness, consciousness knows that there is something else that dwells within. It can hear the crying of the inner child, and does not know what to do. It seeks for a solution through external means, but the problem cannot be resolved through substance abuse, food, pharmaceutical medicine, or even psychological help. Physical crutches are a poor substitute when someone wants to go Home. It is time to take the hand of the child, despite the fear that the ego/intellect attempts to control consciousness with, and help the Child. The Child’s fear is our own. The Child’s pain is our own. The Child’s guilt is our own. The Child’s sadness is our own. There must be a way to help the Child so we can help ourselves.
The answer comes in the night, within the dream of sleep. “Feed the children.” But I do not know how.
“Use the words that melt in your mouth. These are the words that the innocent child will understand. Words that melt in your mouth are holy words. As they move out of your mouth, they will melt your heart. Holy words instantly remind the Child of Home. Because of your help, innocence has seen and remembered Home. Being transformed beyond time into their Home, just for an instant, they find the peace of Home and remember why they came into this hell. Be still an instant and go Home. The child knows the way and will take you there with Him.”
The words that the Child understands are the words found in a prayer. These are the Words that belong to another World, and are on loan to help consciousness evolve into one that understands peace. Love, peace, joy, happiness, goodness, gladness, gratitude, grace, light, Jesus, help, and Heaven, are all words that melt in the mouth; move into the heart, and nourish the innocent child.
Whenever you are in turmoil or conflict and do not know where to turn, you are experiencing the confusion of the innocent child. Be still, use the words that melt in your mouth so the child can go Home for just an instant. When the child returns, His peace will be yours.

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