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Morning Message #2014-18 April 11, 2014

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Occasionally, on days when there is no reason to rush out of bed, I have conversations with Eloheim. I document these messages by texting them to a friend who types them up.

These “Morning Messages” are delivered in short bursts whose coherence always surprises me when I read them strung together.

I started sharing them with a small group and they became very popular very quickly. I’ve decided to share them here as well.

Morning Message #2014-18 April 11, 2014

Have you been fascinated today? Don’t wait for something to jump out as fascinating, seek to delight in whatever you find. The way your body feels, the sights and sounds that surround you, the skill and cleverness that went into the manufacturing of the tools you use, anything and everything can be fascinating. Choose to view it that way!

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Morning Message #2014-17 April 5, 2014

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Morning Message #2014-17 April 5, 2014

Boredom can be described as a lack of familiar stimulus “I’m bored because my good TV shows are not on, because my friends are not around, because I can’t go outside.” You have familiar activities and without those you experience what you call boredom.

In the advanced spiritual student, what presents as boredom is actually something quite different. It’s not, “I can’t have it the way I am used to.” It’s, “I have dropped so many habits, I am not used to the way it is now!”

The habitual ways you have navigated your life are gone, be cautious that you don’t see this as something, “missing that you should miss.” Let it be that the fog has finally lifted and you can now see clearly.

What is actually here now? What are your authentic options for experience now that the grip of habit has been loosened? Do not look to feel the way you did when habit ran your life. The old stimuluses are gone.

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Morning Message #2014-16 April 2, 2014

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Morning Message #2014-16 April 2, 2014

You are accustomed to adrenaline dictating your experience. This shows up as excitement, fear, stress, butterflies in your stomach, pressure, dread, and more.

As you begin to have longer and longer experiences of peace, the lack of adrenaline-driven feelings and actions will likely feel quite strange. It’s a big change and requires getting used to.

Often it’s processed as boredom, numbness, confusion or self-doubt. The quiet of peace can be seen “nothing going on” or “no juicy options to explore.”

We suggest that it is a time to use fascination to explore. For perhaps the first time, you are not driven by the survival instinct. Your challenging journey of choosing for consciousness is now bearing fruit. Be very vigilant in this new space that you choose fascination rather than slip back into old habits to make sense of the new.

Old habits will pop up to try and give you something familiar in this changed experience. Those old habits did not get you to this new place and will not help you explore the now. Use the same tools that got you here “what is true now,” “I am willing,” “what is in my lap,” and short factual statements will be very helpful.

You are here. Explore with fascination.

March, 2014

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Morning Message #2014-15 March 22, 2014

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Morning Message #2014-15 March 22, 2014

Life. You are surrounded by it. The sheer abundance of living things is almost incomprehensible. Yet, it’s always there whether you notice it or not. Let that be an example of the abundance of choices available to you. They are present even if unacknowledged or unexplored. Look out your window and see trees, plants, grass, and dirt yet know that with a closer look or even a tiny bit of magnification you would see bugs, worms, and other creatures. This is a great example of the levels of experience available to you in every moment.

All those different types of life are there for you if you choose to look. All these different levels of experiencing this moment wait for you as well.

Today, seek to see another level of any situation you find yourself in. What more is there? At a minimum, you can always try to see that people are “fixing their fears” in the way that seems right to them.

What else do you find when you look with new eyes?

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Today’s MM was inspired by finally capturing and releasing this tiny mouse. I had to modify the trap using quarters to make it work with such a light mouse!

Morning Message #2014-14 March 20, 2014

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Morning Message #2014-14 March 20, 2014

Reflection. In the midst of all this change and transformation, be sure that you are comparing you to you. There are two good reasons for this. The first is that it offers you a chance to acknowledge progress even as you are still in the growth process. The second is that it makes it easier for you to be kind to yourself.

It’s always tempting to compare yourself to another or to some external standard offered by society. This frequently leads to you judging yourself harshly and falling into a being mean to you pattern. Much spiritual development is only perceivable on the inside (at least in the beginning). Comparing you to you may be the only measurable progress anyway!

Be nice to you! Notice your progress using your own standards. Consistency in your conscious choices will lead to your external world noticing your transformation. Even then, compare only you to you.

Step by step you’re blooming. You are moving your train to a new track. Step by step, it’s happening.

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Morning Message #2014-12 March 18, 2014

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Morning Message #2014-12 March 18, 2014

Choosing to have a new experience of the moment requires that you catch yourself when defaulting to habit. The inherent challenge in this is that habit operates so quietly.

Imagine a train moving slowly on its tracks. Picture it in a train yard where there are lots of other trains and many different tracks. Trains are big and heavy. Your habits run deep and are persistent. They feel so energetically similar to us.

The way you move a train from one track to another is by changing the shape of the track it’s on. Instead of the track running straight ahead you throw the switch and the track curves to the side and the entire train moves in a new direction.

It may take awhile (depending on speed and length of the train) for the entirety of the string of cars to be headed on the new trajectory, yet it will happen.

Let the change in rail shape represent your choosing a new reaction to your experience in this moment. You can see that if you are not consistent in holding this new position, it’s going to be difficult to get your full train (your whole life) to experience the new outlook. If the switch isn’t held steady, it is likely to send very mixed message to the rest of the cars in the train. Also the cars at the end don’t experience the new trajectory as soon as the cars in the front. It takes time for the entire train to get on the new track.

Give yourself time to see how your internal choices affect your external world. Habits can feel so immovable, so impossible to shift. Consistency and patience are key. It also take a choice and patience to redirect a massive train. Yet it happens all the time! Catch yourself defaulting to habit, “throw the switch” by observing yourself consciously, and hold steady while your life adjusts to your new stance.

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Two Morning Messages

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Occasionally, on days when there is no reason to rush out of bed, I have conversations with Eloheim. I document these messages by texting them to a friend who types them up.

These “Morning Messages” are delivered in short bursts whose coherence always surprises me when I read them strung together.

I started sharing them with a small group and they became very popular very quickly. I’ve decided to share them here as well.

Morning Message #2014-10 March 12, 2014

The pattern of choosing a new reaction to an experience, feeling the pull of habit, and recommitting to the new reaction can feel never-ending. It can feel as if you are stuck or even moving backward on your spiritual journey

This is not the case. Each and every choice you make for a non-habitual reaction to an experience forges new neural pathways. This makes it easier to make further non-habitual choices. It really does.

There is a challenging point in the process. That’s when it feels like you must choose every single thought as without your intervention they’re all habits! Habits that you’ve decided no longer serve you. Habits everywhere.

However, there are more and more moments when you experience neutral observation automatically, when you compare you to you rather than some arbitrary external standard, where you find yourself fascinated with the now moment rather than allowing the survival instinct to run the show and drag you off to the past or future.

Those moments are there. Be sure to notice them. Be sure to acknowledge that the choosing has not only given you new neural pathways but you are actually using them.

Opportunities will arise for you to make new pathways (by choosing your reactions) and to use new pathways. Both of these patterns feel quite new. Allow the uncertainty of the new to be processed as fascination rather than as a danger signal. Explore what is now available to you. Continue Reading…

Morning Message #2014-09 March 8, 2014

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Occasionally, on days when there is no reason to rush out of bed, I have conversations with Eloheim. I document these messages by texting them to a friend who types them up.

These “Morning Messages” are delivered in short bursts whose coherence always surprises me when I read them strung together.

I started sharing them with a small group and they became very popular very quickly. I’ve decided to share them here as well.

Morning Message #2014-09 March 8, 2014

There are all sorts of little ways you seek certainty. “If I go to the bed now I will be rested in morning” is just one common example. When you seek certainty, you cut yourself off from what’s actually true right now. You want the certainty of a specific outcome rather than exploring the opportunity for clarity. Clarity lives in this moment. As does uncertainty. If you perceive uncertainty as danger, you will jump away from the only place where you can access clarity.

It comes down to a choice. Is uncertainty going to be experienced as danger or opportunity? If danger, then you will continue to find small and large ways to chase certainty – and you will never catch it for it’s a fallacy.

If opportunity, then you must choose and choose again to not let the habit of chasing certainty to resurface. It’s not, “if I go to bed now I will be rested,” it’s, “I am choosing to go to bed now.” Don’t attach an outcome to this act. You know your typical sleep patterns, so they inform your decision. However, you also know that feeling rested in the morning is subject to more than just what time you lie down.

There’s no need to attach a desire for certainty to this act. Help yourself break the habit by catching the small and the big places you do this.

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Morning Message #2014-08 March 7, 2014

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Occasionally, on days when there is no reason to rush out of bed, I have conversations with Eloheim. I document these messages by texting them to a friend who types them up.

These “Morning Messages” are delivered in short bursts whose coherence always surprises me when I read them strung together.

I started sharing them with a small group and they became very popular very quickly. I’ve decided to share them here as well.

Morning Message #2014-08 March 7, 2014

Feel it. Feel the myriad choices available to you in this moment. The opportunities and potentials that extend out from now. It’s more obvious when you are considering whether to turn left or right at an intersection. You know those choices represent vastly different destinations. What about the smaller decisions you make in every moment? Can you see how each decision shifts the field of potential possibilities?

You are always choosing. You make the vast majority of choices habitually. “I always eat breakfast before I get dressed.” It’s not to say that your life would be immediately and radically transformed if you reverse those two acts, it’s to say that unless you make new choices, it’s highly unlikely anything will change. As you shake up your routine you practice being available to new options. This practice prepares you for the moments when everything is brand new and you have no routine to fall back on.

When you feel into the possibilities this moment presents, don’t automatically follow the path you always have followed before. At a minimum say, “I’m choosing to do this in the order I have done it before. I acknowledge there are other options and I pick this one.”

It’s very easy to let duality slip in when following ingrained patterns. It becomes an either/or of my way/not my way.

“Not my way” being a large pool of possibilities.

Be aware of new potentials. Allow for the possibilities of a new thought or action. Remember, you are always choosing.

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Morning Message #2014-07 March 6, 2014

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Occasionally, on days when there is no reason to rush out of bed, I have conversations with Eloheim. I document these messages by texting them to a friend who types them up.

These “Morning Messages” are delivered in short bursts whose coherence always surprises me when I read them strung together.

I started sharing them with a small group and they became very popular very quickly. I’ve decided to share them here as well.

Morning Message #2014-07 March 6, 2014

“I don’t know” – It’s an odd statement.

Your society prizes knowledge and you having an answer, no matter what the topic, is almost expected. If you don’t have an answer, you can Google it. All that information at your fingertips.

Yet, as beautiful as knowledge is, it’s not always meaning.

It alone is often not enough to spark a connection to an aha. To take an idea to a new place or offer a breakthrough in understanding.

That most often comes when you allow an opening to “I don’t know.” I don’t know isn’t defeat. It’s a starting point. It slays preconceived notions. I don’t know removes the burden of being “right, right now.” It gives you a chance to check in with your body, your feelings, your insight, YOU.

If you struggle to comfortably say I don’t know, add “yet” to the end of it. “I don’t know yet” or “I don’t know now.”

Give yourself permission to abide in the uncertainty of not knowing for that is where creativity springs forth.

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