Here is another clip from the 12-17-08 meeting. If you missed the first clip from the meeting, please visit: to watch it.

Here, Eloheim is specifically addressing a question I had from earlier in the week. I was presented with a new situation. I decided that I would just “go with the flow” and practice neutral observation along the way. I thought this was putting Eloheim’s teachings to work for me. The situation turned out to be quite uncomfortable.

Upon reflection, I realized that I needed to set boundaries in similar situations going forward. I also realized that I was a bit confused about how “going with the flow” and “setting intentions” and “neutral observation” and “boundaries” all fit together.

Some quotes from the clip:

Going with the flow is being a victim.

The difference is the attitude…remember neutral observation comes with the ability to set boundaries. Don’t forget that part. That is the only thing that makes neutral observation work. Otherwise, neutral observation is just (being) numb.

Go with the flow is ‘I am going to do my best to stay neutral no matter what happens.’ That means you are at the whim of others.

If you just say, ‘I am going to go with the flow’, mean: ‘I am going to be neutral and set boundaries as this flow occurs’. Not just, ‘I am going to suck it up and whatever comes down the pipe I am going to take.’ There is a BIG BIG BIG BIG attitude difference.