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Reflections on Paris

· 2 min read
Andrew Golightly

Paris is easily one of the nicest cities I've been to.

I sat in a Starbucks next to what looked like a homeless guy. He was gentle and soft. He asked me something in French and I didn't understand it, so I told him I don't speak French. As I was leaving he wished me a good day in English. We chatted a bit. He could see my energy field. And saying how beautiful it was. He is the second person in my life to really see me. The first person was an Indian guru looking guy in Toronto airport. He came right up to me and acknowledged me.

I am absolutely not from this world. A hidden bright energy that almost no-one can see.

The staff at the Holiday Inn were so lovely to me. I'm really fond of Paris.

It kind of makes me wonder if the Universe is dropping in inconspicuous individuals who are here to remind me who I am.

Really grateful to have such amazing friends in my life. And an amazing community I'm a part of.

Abraham

If you feel worried, it's your indicator that right now in that moment, you have an opposing opinion to the source within you.

Keep your ideas to yourself until they are fully developed.