Wednesday’s meeting was really nice. Waller made this great slide show sharing Eloheim’s teachings on their new tool “short factual statements.”
You are not here for the conclusion! The Visionaries
How am I supposed to love me when I know all of this about me? The Girls
If you don’t love yourself well, the moment is a scary place because you are afraid of your own company. The Girls
Here is video of The Visionaries, The Girls and Eloheim. The Warrior, The Guardians, and the Matriarch also shared during the meeting.
4-14-10 ~ 84 minutes
Visionaries: There is a misunderstanding that you are going to “get somewhere” past this and that this is what you’re doing by ascending; No. You are here now. It’s the journey, not the destination. The only place where things are happening is here, now.
Eloheim: The question of You. Accumulation of all of the “now’s” is ascension. You can’t get ascension until you get “the now.” The triggers you experience are the hand holds for you to climb with. Sandpaper people—You can ask for the same lesson to come to you in another way from someone less harsh. It’s up to you. With possibility comes responsibility comes free will transformation. Keep your “wax” precious to you—share your flame, keep your wax for yourself.
What’s my big toe doing? (check in with body)
2010 version of self—who am I now and what is my truth, now?
Stay present in the moment.
Speak your truth
Stay out of “service” mentality
Hold firm to your boundaries; or create a boundary as the situation requires
Make clear and concise statements
Eloheim discusses the manifesting process of the “why” of the “want” and using clear, concise statements of why you want.
Girls: Don’t give your wax away—You can love yourself most/best—transform your inner most secrets by making clear, concise statements about them and looking again. The gift that you give to the all that is; is self-love. Short, factual statements. Stay present in the moment.
Warriors: We empower you all to show up with your tools. Which tools do you carry close to you?—Most comfortable tools? Keep them sharp and clean; in good repair; get new ones all the time. PRACTICE THEM. Use every opportunity to practice. Be not afraid to practice. Be ready to USE them.
Audio downloads of the five meetings held in April, 2010