Hayat typed up her recent private session with Eloheim and gave me permission to share it with you.

In it, Eloheim references the Levels of Creating. You can learn more about the Levels here.

This is a 15 minute session with Eloheim. They can cover a HUGE amount in a short time! You can book private sessions with Eloheim here.

Brief Session with Eloheim 5/31/2014

Eloheim: We heard what you said to Veronica, and we understand that this is very challenging, the position that you’re in. And we’re glad that the word “quicksand” indicated to you Level 3. Level 3 really is the place where the trapped hamster wheel mind or the “It should be different but it’s not” pattern is most obvious. And it seems like that’s kind of the pattern you’re in. “I know there’s potential for this to be different than it is. I don’t know how to get there.” That sort of repetition or maybe even putting it in different words, but the same energetic. Right?

Hayat: Yeah.

Eloheim: What happens when you’re in Level 3, is that for a long time, there wasn’t much else going on, as far as seeing that there were other solutions other than to just to keep trying to think about it in a different way. But from what we’ve observed, from most people that we’re talking to, there weren’t a lot of really good solutions on how to get out of Level 3. So if you find yourself really mired in it, keep in mind that that’s because for a long time, that was the only game in town. And now we have Level 4, right? And that’s *choosing* your reactions. And that takes discipline, and you’ve got that. And it takes concentration, and you’ve got that too. But when you were saying to Veronica that you start a new project, and for whatever reason it doesn’t go the way you hoped it would go….what we’re seeing is, instead of continuing to be in a Level 4 relationship to that idea, you’re going back to Level 3. And that’s because Level 3 was the only game in town for a really long time. So the key about Level 4 is to continue to make new choices, rather than to fall back on “Well I guess this wasn’t it” or “I guess I suck” or “I guess I didn’t do it right” or whatever words fit the moment that you’re in. It’s to continue to make new choices, and that’s why the idea of step-by-step comes in. It’s literally picking a step and making new choices about that step, rather than falling back into the self-doubt of Level 3. And that can look – you know it has an infinite number of faces due to infinite possibilities. But in your specific case, if you want to share with us what’s going on, we’ll do our best to help you figure out some steps and look at it from a Level 4 perspective.

Hayat: OK.

Eloheim: Pick one aspect and explain it as briefly as possible so we don’t use up all your time picking.

Hayat: That’s right. OK….Since I haven’t gotten much done to really get my business going….I’ve made some steps here and there, but it hasn’t really felt right. And I changed the name and some of the concepts, with the new name, “Mandalas of Life”. I think maybe there’s some fear about going ahead and actually taking some steps there with the new idea because of getting stuck in the old ideas, just feeling like – and probably also because I’m not doing it step-by-step. I need to slow down and…

Eloheim: That’s exactly right. Even your description of it is all over the place. And that’s a good indicator that even your description of the problem feels like it’s going from step 2 to step 20 to step 80 to step 1 to step 5. You know, it’s not….You can’t even say, “Look, I have this business and this is what I tried. I didn’t feel like it was working, so I changed. Now I don’t know what to try next. Right?

Hayat: Yeah.

Eloheim: So that is just a really good encapsulation of the problem. You’ve got to pick one thing and stick with it long enough to be step-by-step, authentically. And one of the tricks is that jumping around on your steps is a way to keep from ever having to show up, and ever having to be seen, and ever having to face the uncertainty. That’s what happens, especially with light workers. You guys have had so many lifetimes where you stood out in a crowd and all it did was get you in trouble. When you have this lifetime, and you’re ready to stand up and be bigger, you have a lot of hesitation. And it’s really, really easy to find any uncertainty as, “Maybe I shouldn’t be doing that”, or any setback as, “I’m doing the wrong thing”. And sometimes we talk about that employee-entrepreneur difference. And one of the differences is that entrepreneurs sort of force themselves to engage with uncertainty in a way that employees never have to.

Hayat: And I’ve done so much of that in my life [engaged with uncertainty], so I’ve felt a little stymied as to why it is that with this I’m allowing myself to get mired in it.

Eloheim: We think it has a lot to do with the fact that it’s your heart’s calling. It’s very tender to you, even sacred. There is a sacredness to this outing that you’re doing here.

Hayat: Yes.

Eloheim: That it’s like, “If this fails or is rejected (or whatever negative outcome might happen), then it’ll hurt too much. The exploration of it, whether it fails or succeeds, or does something in the middle – or do we even need to use those terms to describe it – that’s not the relevant issue. The relevant issue is exploring this heart calling, however it ends up looking. It could end up looking completely different a year from now. But it will never look any different than it does right this second, unless you step-by-step.

Hayat: Sure.

Eloheim: You don’t know what the end product is gonna be, but you know that if you don’t step-by-step, nothing is going to happen.

Hayat: Yes. And can you help me understand – if possible – why I used to be able to (I think I actually know the answer to this, even as I’m saying it)….why I used to be able to just do…I was very productive. I accomplished a lot, I did a lot, I helped a lot of people, etc., etc. And now I have felt a little bit the feeling of, “What the hell are you doing in the world?” (This is where I can be mean to myself.) [Crying] What came to me as I was saying that was that I think I was powering through things, and using my adrenals in a way that was unhealthy, because I had an unhealthy need to prove something to be loved. And now that that’s not the case, I’m kind of trying to figure out where does that motivation come from now? Do you know what I mean?

Eloheim: We know exactly what you mean, because this is the conundrum of Level 6. You’re no longer driven by adrenaline-based whatever – fear, push-through, etc. And so where does the motivation come from? And it has to come from fascination. But fascination puts you right in the middle of uncertainty. And it’s not going to feel anything like it used to feel. It’s going to feel like something brand new. And that feeling like something brand new, you’ve got to stick with that rather than run to an old familiar suffering b/c it feels more familiar. And that’s what we see as the conundrum of Level 6. Veronica sometimes describes it with the word “bored.” Everybody is going to come up with a different way of describing the fact that “Hey, the thing that used to make me go, doesn’t turn my train around anymore. It doesn’t make me go anymore. And if I don’t have that telling me how to do, *what does*….and that’s the exploration of Level 6. And it’s a big exploration. And it really needs to be looked at, before there’s any pushing into Levels 7, 8, or 9. Because until you have Level 6 down pat, there’s no point to going into the upper levels. You’re not going to get what they have to offer. So this is a good way station, where you hang out for awhile, and get used to this. Just imagine what it would be like, to have a whole bunch of people out in the world doing amazing things, and not driven by adrenaline – what kind of emanational leadership that would be?

Hayat: Oh, absolutely.

Eloheim: We said we’re training energetic leaders. Well there it is. Where you’re not driven by adrenaline? And all the reasons people get adrenalized: I’ve got to succeed so my parents love me. I’m afraid of what people will think. I’m scared I’m going to be homeless and poor if I don’t get a good job. Whatever…. We summarize it as “adrenaline”. Everybody’s got a different face on it. But when that thing is no longer driving you, like you’re talking about, what does? And be careful, because earlier you said, “I want to be of service.” So don’t go looking for service mentality to fill that empty void.

Hayat: No…you know, when I said that I thought it might not be the best way to say it. I don’t think I’ll do that, I don’t think I’ll go into that.

Eloheim: So what is it? How would you describe what’s going to motivate you if you don’t use adrenaline?

Hayat: Well, you said it…fascination, and taking things on step-by-step, and being open to my own curiosity and seeing what is there for me to experience, and what new expansion is there.

Eloheim: And you notice that none of those words really talked about an outcome. And we think that part of the other trouble you’ve been having with your business launching is some unconscious or maybe even conscious focus on outcome. Like, “If I have 10 clients, then I will be successful,” or “This would have been a good use of my time” or “I would have been right about the decisions I made”. So you have to be really careful that it comes from an inside out exploration, rather than a trying to haul an outcome into you. And that’s a big change for everybody to make too, because your society is based on success in a lot of ways.

Hayat: Outer rewards and recognition.

Eloheim: It has to start from an inside out emanational presentation that then magnetizes.

Hayat: And I can so feel that. So it is a very in between place I – and I guess a lot of other people – are in.

Eloheim: Mm hmm.

Hayat: We can feel the path, and yet we’re having a challenge completely stepping into it.

Eloheim: Yeah, well because of the non-adrenaline thing. So this is the description of the state [Level 6] we’ve just offered you:

1. Completely uncertain.
2. Not focused on any kind of an outcome.
3. Inwardly emanated.
4. Not driven by anything that’s previously motivated you.
5. Not pushed by the fact that life sucks and you have to change it.

[Both laugh out loud.] Eloheim: There ya go!

Hayat: It does make you laugh, when you put it like that.

Eloheim: And so that very nebulous thing is what we’re using to take the next steps. And so it’s easy for, “Well what is the next step” to feel nebulous too, but it’s a feeling thing, and it’s an awareness thing. It’s an awareness that, “I totally know that this step is fascinating, that it fills me with possibilities, that it offers me a sense of connection with others that I value, it honors the truth I have about myself, and it makes me feel as though I’m fulfilling something I value. And so that’s your motivative forces. Now you might have some more, or some of those may not apply, but that’s kind of it. So you can see where none of this is – even though we’ll say, “Step-by-step”, which is still true – none of it is – “That’s why you should buy 500 business cards instead of 250.”

Hayat: Yeah.

Eloheim: None of it is telling you a business plan. It’s telling you a self plan that affects your entire life, including your business.

Hayat: Yes.

And that’s the difference. And you know all this stuff. So none of this is a surprise to you. It’s just giving you a little bit of a check-in to say, “I know what I’m doing, and I shouldn’t look for other milestones.” Right? You’re looking for milestones – and those are old milestones, based on an old pattern, an old paradigm. The milestones in this new life are things like: Consistent experience of “bliss”, meaning the state with no opposite. Peace. That’s a milestone. Another milestone is something that you *know* would have triggered you in the past, not triggering you at all. Another milestone is having an experience where you really feel like, “Wow…I really like who I showed up as in that moment, how I represented myself.” Those are the kinds of milestones. Very inside milestones, not maybe things other people can even tell. And sometimes you might try to explain them to other people and they won’t notice that they’re a big milestone. Like you said, “I thought I had a big breakthrough, but then when I thought about it, I wasn’t sure.” No. Right? You have a good example for that. “I had a milestone, and then I talked myself out of it because it didn’t look like milestones used to look.” Got it?

Hayat: Thank you so much.

Eloheim: You’re welcome. So those are all things to kick around, and we’re just completely changing the paradigm now. It should feel a little weird, because it is weird. And that’s what we’re doing. We’re completely changing the paradigm, the milestones, the benchmarks, the indicators. Whatever words you wanna use. We’ve got a different set-up going on here. And that’s why Level 6 is so odd.

Hayat: Yup.

All right? But you can see how living in Level 6 you’re like, “Wow…finally, I can just let a deep breath out. [Audible exhale.]

Hayat: And I’ve definitely felt some of those milestones that you were talking about, on a pretty regular basis. It’s mainly just in the area of work that the first thing you said about the consistent inner peace….that I’ve gone in and out of it.

Eloheim: For Veronica, the way she’s been able to do that around work, is to disconnect so much from the equal sign about work and money. Disconnecting that equal sign has been the big one. And that’s been a tough road, but she’s done it about 80%, and that’s facilitated a huge amount of inner peace. And that feeling of, “But I don’t know where the next amount of money is coming from”, or “I don’t know if I’ll have enough for [blank]”, or “I don’t know if enough people will attend x, y, z.” That feeling, she just basically told herself, that it was no longer allowed to be felt. She just said, “It’s not allowed.” It wasn’t helping, so it’s not allowed. And so that has been a process that’s taken about 6 or 8 months of consistent work. But it’s starting to make big differences now.

Eloheim: Veronica is reminding me that we have another person, so we have to go. So…bye bye, thank you, good job. You know what you know…don’t talk yourself out of it. Right? When you talk yourself out of it, you talk yourself into Level 3. Don’t do that, right? Don’t talk yourself out of what you know and into Level 3 because familiar suffering is familiar. Don’t do that. All right. Bye bye!

Bye bye.

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