Spiritwind wrote:That looks like a good one you just shared above Maggie. Maybe I can get Christine to send it to me via WeTransfer so I can watch it.
As far as David having so much experience in so many things, all I can say is my husband is also a great story teller, and if I didn’t know him for almost 19 years and know for a fact he really has done all the many things in his life he says he has done, I would find it hard to believe as well. Some people just seem to live many lives in one.
I’m right with him when he talks about getting out of our heads and into doing, and the simple concept of seeing from a heart centered point of view. So easy to talk about, yet in practice we often have to deprogram from the predatory, me first, climb over your neighbors back, kind of mindset we are taught by example from birth. Strange that my idea of what a real Christ like being would be like is just that. A being that emanates a field of energy that is of a different frequency than the norm, although it has the potential to become the norm. It’s a being that operates out of true compassion, without conditions or the usual judgements, and recognizes the divine, the sacred, in all life. Just being around a person such as this would inspire one to become more “Christ like”, as it does matter the everyday energy we immerse ourselves in. It’s hard to be around hyper critical people, who often withhold attention, affection, etc. if a person or situation is deemed not worthy. Watching the news is like that. I feel anxiety when I watch the news, and I don’t feel that way when I’m outside tending to all the animals I have a responsibility to. And I do bump up against that in myself, this unconscious but common process of sizing people up, determining if they are worthy of my time. It’s the prevailing field everyone I know lives in.
It’s not even so much good or bad, as we all live in a reality that is all about limitation, in just about any form imaginable. We do often live with time constraints. Another perception that was sort of given to us, for we have not always been ruled by the clock.
But I know for a fact the capacity to change that and live primarily in an alternate state of being that expresses more loving kindness, but without allowing oneself to be abused, is attainable. Most of the really empathic people I know, who just naturally seem to feel more than the average person, have also had to learn some hard lessons about boundaries. Sometimes a real act of loving kindness with a super narcissistic person is to say no. But one does not have to do this with animosity or judgement. Not saying this is easy either, but I know practicing these principles in a conscious manner does show benefit in a heightened state of well being more of the time.
I feel some of what the Star Beings are about, without having watched or listened to much on the subject, it to bring back to our conscious mind what we already know from our time as limitless spirit beings, that did not know death or suffering. We had not experienced great trauma, and therefore had not forgotten what it was like to be in that universal, creative, intelligent, loving energy field, much like being in the womb of the mother, where all our needs are met. A soft, bouncy, watery, perfect environment, where one resides in a state of pure consciousness. When I look into an infants eyes, that what I still see, for the first few months of life. A being that hasn’t even fully differentiated itself from all the stimuli in its environment. It hasn’t fully learned separation yet.
So that, to me, is the trick. How to live in a world that is the way it is, yet somehow live in a separate reality at the same time. One that is beneficent in nature, and sees through the eyes of an infant, and the eyes of a wise old soul, whose seen and done it all, both at the same time.
For me, it’s even a kind of recognition that I am both the particle and the wave, the two ends of the pole, so to speak. It seems to kind of take away the charge that’s created when things are judged. It removes some of the static that is created by all the faulty wiring that keeps shorting out in our currently accepted collective reality paradigm. And, lastly, it helps one to tune to a more pleasing channel that is soothing, clear, and without static. From that place it is easier to recognize the choice between love and not love, zero or one, and make the choice the real you wants to make. I really do think more people would choose love if they fully understood what they are choosing between.
But like a wave that gathers momentum as it heads for the shore, so might humanity catch that wave as it rolls by and decide to join it. A love tsunami. It’s possible.
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