“We are the Pleiadian High Council of Seven, and we are pleased to offer you our words of wisdom.
In the proclamations that you make to the universe, you either open a door or you shut one. It is that simple. You can remain open to infinite possibilities, or you can narrow the field of possibilities out of a desire to be right and to predict how things will go in your reality.
When you make a proclamation about how reality is, all you are doing is placing a limitation upon it. If you were to make more requests and less proclamations, you would find that what you desired would find its way to you in magical and mysterious ways.
You must let go of the desire to control if you want to experience what it is like to be fifth-dimensional and to choose from an infinite array of possibilities. If you were to make more statements of gratitude, thanks, and appreciation, and less proclamations, you would find that the universe has numerous unseen ways of granting you more access to what you desire.
Any time you feel the need to be right about something, or any time you feel that you simply are right about something, check to see whether that rightness causes you to expand or contract. What if instead you sought out to experience something you’ve never experienced before, something you couldn’t possibly have drawn any conclusion about?
What if you could live without cause and effect, without being on a linear timeline, and without being able to predict what would come next? Would that surprise you and satisfy you, or would that scare you and cause an upheaval in your consciousness? We are just asking you to consider what the price is of being right and whether it serves you.
We suggest that you take on the persona of the wide-eyed wanderer who is in search of magic, mystery, and the unknown. The unexplored territories of your consciousness far outweigh that which you feel certain about and that which can be replicated. And that unexplored space is beckoning you forth for new experiences.
We are the Pleiadian High Council of Seven, and we are very fond of all of you. That is all.”