18th July 2012
This just came through from Christ Michael and seemed important. I was outside in the sun, patting the neighbours cat on my lap, thinking about the messages that I have received in the past while doing the same thing, wishing I had written them down. So when Tilly had decided she'd had enough, I came and tested the theory in the message...
Glen, Christ Michael Aton addressing you once more on the topic of communication and connection.
I know you tire of the repetitiveness of these messages, but they are not intended solely for you. I address all my beloved ones through you.
This will be brief. It is a tip on constant connection. You have wondered this yourself, that if you don't write down a message because you do not have a pencil, or you are working, or otherwise engaged that you cannot take the message down, is the message lost?
The answer is no. All you have to do is to recall the message. You might only remember a brief snippet, or you might simply ask for the message you received earlier to be repeated. When you sit with pen in hand or at the keyboard with the word processor open, and you start to write, the message should begin to resurface. The connection is reset. It might be a whole new connection or it might be a "recording" of the message. The messages have memory, as they are photon based.
This is just to let those who communicate often during their daily activities know that they are not "forgetting" or "loosing" the messages if they don't write them down immediately. They can revisit at any time the time is prudent to do so.
Love and blessings be with you all, my beloved children.
[Update May 2020 - a previous message had said “There is so much you could have shared over the years that has been lost because of your lack of believing in yourself.” I asked about this as it seemed to be contradictory and got a response… "If the message is fresh in ones mind, then it will be able to be recalled. If much time has passed, then the chances of even remembering the topic of the message is remote. It is then that a message is ‘lost’. In reality though, if you can remember a message topic, even if from years ago, the message should resurface. Remember though that if much time has passed, due to the fluidity of events, the message might now be different to what was originally received."]
(note: I looked at the clock on my computer and it was 4:44 )