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Kuan Yin Speaks. The glass bridge

“​Good morning! This is Kuan Yin.

T​here are locations around the world that have walking bridges with glass floors that you can see through as you walk through them, with great expanses of space beneath. If you have no fear of heights or falling it can be a beautiful and exhilarating experience.

I​f you do have anxiety, it can be frightening. Your feet know that the walkway is solid, and your soul knows it, but your eyes and mortal mind might tell a different story.


W​e can use this as a spiritual analogy. Stepping out onto what doesn’t seem to be there is an adventure in trust.


H​ere in the mortal experience things seem so real, so solid, while the spiritual concepts you are taught and that you study can remain the stuff of fairy tale. Interesting, but how can it possibly apply to you? It was on purpose, of course that you came here to forget your true home and nature. We come here to deal with karma, to express as many life probabilities as possible. We are Source energy, frequency, and light taking form and going out of form endlessly.

D​eep down, your immortal soul knows the truth. Isn’t there always that little nudge that tells you, this is an illusion, a dream? Beings with a truly open third eye can tell you that there are realms and beings just on the other side of this sleep state that are of unimaginable beauty and power.

T​o transcend the flat, two-dimensional dreamscape of mortal experience we must play with seeing things as they truly are. This is a process of following a true teacher, training and disciplining oneself as much as possible, and stepping out on to that glass bridge that spans the open chasm between you and the awakened self.

O​ne good tool is the phrase,

“​What would happen if…..”

W​hat would happen if you did fall a thousand feet into the Grand Canyon? Well, you’d be in complete free flight for about 10 seconds, and then you would transition into some other way of being, maybe in the company of those holy beings with the view of Divine realms. Depends on what you think will happen.

W​hat would happen if you stepped out onto the invisible spirit bridge in faith, and there was nothing under your feet?

L​ike in any good falling dream, you might wake up before you hit bottom. You might take flight like a great white bird and soar the heights of possibility. You might fall into the cupped Golden hands of Kuan Yin.

W​hat a fabulous adventure.


F​ear nothing. Why fear anything? Go forth out onto that see-through bridge with a pure and joyous heart and know that there is no death, only transformation. As with any great adventure, there are perils. That pure heart thing is no joke, it is vital to clean and clear the heart and try not to create new karma. Clean up your thoughts and emotional responses to things. Cultivate conversation with your true soul, with me, with God. Meditate, grow to love stillness. Live to serve.


W​hatever you do, take your enlightenment flight with the firm conviction that if you don’t, you might be stuck here on the earth plane for many lives. The earth is beautiful yes, but the immortal journey’s rewards transcend all that. The soul of the earth that you do not see, is beautiful past comprehension.

T​hat is all. I love you.”


K​ristin Strachan, student of Master Zhi Gang Sha, Kuan Yin Lineage Holder, teacher and spiritual practitioner in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. I am blessed past comprehension. Thank you my spiritual father, Master Sha.

(​PS, I actually did have that falling dream, and did come to the bottom of a great cliff. It turned out that many other people had done the same thing, landed uninjured, and created a whole new civilization there, apparently unable or unwilling to climb back out. :) )

I​ encourage all to explore the offerings of the Master Teacher and Healer Master Sha. Healing and wholeness are the new currency of the world that is in such great need of it.


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