We often go through our day reacting to things that we encounter. It can be a type of defense mechanism – in a sense, when we react, we deflect what is coming at us. That means it doesn’t really land deeply in us. Said another way, we don’t really take it in. And that’s okay when we’re talking about the mundane aspects of daily life (chores, bills, etc.), but what happens when something much greater comes to us energetically? If we just reflect back everything indiscriminately, we can filter out even what we are seeking. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
John: Is this kind of something that’s a precursor to the change that’s unfolding? In other words that something is shifting and that the orientation that we have is entirely different?
I was also looking at what it takes now to communicate and relate. I mean we’re used to talking with people that in the past you could talk and listen to someone that spoke in a very streamlined way, never laughed, and you would focus and you would come to understand what they were talking about.
Nowadays half of the communication is based on the laughter because somehow or another the laughter creates a letting go shift that isn’t otherwise possible. And so it caused me to ponder even that.
It caused me to ponder from the standpoint of how the in-breath works. When something touches you as a result of something coming into life, you know as an energetic coming down and through, as that hits your nature and you suddenly get something, there’s kind of an in-breath. And within that can be a chuckle or a laugh, as opposed to shock. And if you have the little chuckle or little laugh, you have the letting go. If you don’t have the little chuckle or little laugh, then you’re not able to quite breathe right and it leaves you a little stunned.
So what is that in-breath? It’s breathing in liquid light. It’s breathing in liquid light. The way it works is something like this. So, as I’m talking, let’s say I say something that resonates well with you. And as it resonates well with you, let’s say you never heard of it before so you’re not quite sure how to take it, and you have a little more breath in your nature than going, ahh, like breathing in like a lightbulb moment. Instead you kind of sit with it in a stillness. That stillness is a breathing in of that light. And then what that means for you is based upon having breathed that in.
That is what is different now and it’s the subtle thing that is different that no one is noticing. Like if you’re talking to the ladies and you’re bringing up something and they’re getting excited about what they’re hearing, if you notice closely, if you watch them closely, you’ll notice that the appreciation they’re getting has to do with something about the in-breath. In other words, you may be presenting something that’s tweaking something, that’s causing something to open up, and their ability to grasp it, or to own it, or to get close to it has to do with breathing it in.
It’s the in-breath and as a consequence even the teacher’s been teaching this as a technique now. In other words, the technique would go something like this: He would go ha, ha, ha laughing really loud. And then he’d say, okay, now do it quietly and you can feel that gurgitating inside. And then he would say, now breathe it in, now take it back in, breathe it in with the in-breath – and that’s where the aliveness is at, that’s where the change is at, that’s where the shift is at, that’s where the intertwining is at. You have let go by doing that.
Do you notice how your insight and your clarity is accentuated when you take and as you’re coming to appreciate something it’s almost as if you sweep it back in with your breath, as opposed to having to act it out in terms of thoughts? In others words, just a slight difference isn’t it?
You’re used to acting it out. In other words, if something happens and it gets your attention and you get all speeded up then, for most people, that then means that that quickens something and it invokes a response coming back from them.
Often times, let’s say if you’re with the ladies and an idea comes across and everybody wants to talk at once, and yet better than everybody talking at once, if the person can go quiet they can breathe in and breathe in the essence, breathe in and get it – or they can act out with the mental. And when they act out with the mental it dissipates it, it burns it up. It will go flat. You won’t be stroking the heart.
And the reason why it works like that is that the mental faculties that are designed to work in terms of coping and fumbling about with the reflective outer, it’s denser, and the heart is quieter, and the heart is subtler. And so when something happens in an etheric way, like something coming down and through from inner into outer, as that affects the outer, the breathing in that you need to be able to do to catch up and own that, that in-breath, is like breathing in the ethers of that energetic light, or liquid light.
And you come to know something by that process, as opposed to the need to ask questions, or go through and respond synaptically, as opposed to watching how all of this is a knowingness natural to yourself – if you breathe it in.
That’s why it is said, for example, that if you have a burning question and you’re sitting in front of a teacher, it’s best if you can hold that burning question without it affecting your ability to sit still it will infuse itself and you will breathe in your answer. Or it will seem as if the teacher somehow or another answered your question, you will suddenly get it. It’s kind of like you draw the need to know.
So what you’ve done is you’ve reoriented how things work. Well, I shouldn’t say you reoriented. It is that you went to the finer blueprint of it. And the finer blueprint of it is something is coming into life and, instead of reacting and being affected by that in terms of how whatever it is that’s different is exploding on the scene of the outer, instead of responding to that like that, you somehow or another recognize that something is different and instead of trying to relate to it in just the outer context, you breathe in this change agent coming down through.
You breathe it in, and then you’re at ease with it, then you’re quiet with it. And now you’re in a position to facilitate the inner flow. You’re there as opposed to being part of the problem of acting up and responding in the outer.
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