Before this meeting, I was reviewing the Morning Messages and found a list I had created back in August 2013 listing some of the things that I have learned from Eloheim. Eloheim asked me to print the list and take it to the meeting. They used the list to do a year end “Compare you-to-you” review! Here is the list:
• Neutral observation of “what is true now”
• Embracing that what is, IS
• Willingness to be vulnerable
• Choosing to follow what feels juicy and fascinating
• Abiding in the discomfort of “understanding is overrated” and “I don’t know anything”
• Seeking clarity and setting aside my addiction to certainty
• Mentally staying on the step I am on
• Not limiting myself through pre-conceived notions
• Relaxing my relationship to time
• Telling fear to take a hike unless it has something new to add
• Maximizing access to possibilities by dropping my fixation on specific outcomes
I’m making a playlist of videos from this session.
Guardians/Visionaries: At the end of the calendar year, you can feel unbalanced. We like that because you’re not so rooted and it’s easier for us to push you. And being uncomfortable does not mean there is danger. Your external surroundings don’t dictate who you are. Even when you are in uncertainty, you can feel balanced, in the real sense.
Eloheim: Let’s do a you-to-you comparison at the end of this year, to see where you stand. Find out what brings up static in you and choose to have a different relationship to it. That’s the key thing right now, because less static = more Homo spiritus.
Neutral observation of “what is true now”: This will solve most of your problems if it is done as authentically as possible. It’s choosing not to be in preconceived notions or judgments. Humans are programed to go to “I suck” but – instead – choose to come back to neutral observation.
Embracing that what is, IS: “I create my reality” is not about having a magic wand (and then going into “I suck” when things don’t happen). It’s about making choices in the now; choosing your reaction to your experiences. What is, IS. Confront it with neutral observation.
Willingness to be vulnerable: “I am willing. I have free will and vulnerability is what I want to experience”. If it’s difficult, just acknowledge that you are willing.
Choosing to follow what feels juicy and fascinating: rather than focusing on habits, on your thoughts, and traditional concerns. Choosing “juicy and fascinating” allows you to be in uncertainty.
Abiding in the discomfort of “understanding is overrated” and “I don’t know anything”: Your brain cannot give you the full story and it keeps you in limitation. You can’t think your way out of this. Surrender the idea that your mind can give you the answers. You are in uncharted territory, but you don’t have to think about it. When you’re in a fog, say “Perfect; I’m in a brand new place.” It’s not danger.
Seeking clarity and setting aside my addiction to certainty: Clarity is in the moment and that’s all you get. Certainty is not real; it’s a false “out there.” Clarity is right here. It’s not planning, protecting or remembering.
Mentally staying on the step I am on: The future, the 50th step, is fake. If you mentally stay there, you don’t truly get anything done and you become stuck in “it’s unavailable.” If you imagine the 50th step on the top of a long staircase, if you focus up there, then the staircase disappears. The only thing that works is step by step. What step am I on? What step can I be on?”
Not limiting myself through pre-conceived notions: Just be aware that they have such a pull on you. Choose clarity on a crooked road. You are here because you want to take the human experience to a different place – into evolution/ascension. We’re giving you a well-rounded opportunity to move into a ripened place.
Relaxing my relationship to time: Have a flexible relationship to time. Homo sapiens have a rigid relationship to time in order to feel safe and certain. Homo spiritus has a more natural (non –clock) relation to time. Not having a life driven by the clock, but being in clarity in the moment, can stretch time. If it seems your clock has stopped, it means that your experience of the clock has changed. If you’re not attached to it dictating to you what you have to do (as an authority figure), you view time from a different vista point.
Telling fear to take a hike unless it has something new to add : Fear is a friend when it is correctly applied, when it has something new to add. But if it has nothing new, even if the fear is legitimate, put it on the shelf.
Maximizing access to possibilities by dropping my fixation on specific outcomes: As if there was one outcome! Nothing else in your life is a “one.” Everything else is infinite. Go look at the stars or a blade of grass. Say: “I’m going to stay open, because I don’t know” and stay in clarity. Everything IS there, but humans generate static between themselves and possibilities. Homo Spiritus stops making static, and just explores.
December 4 ~ Sonoma