He Who Hesitates

intuition-736A human being is much more than a brain and a body. We have intuitions and sensitivities that get processed much faster that our brain can compute. We can see these processes at work in certain successful people, but the reality is that we are all capable of such excellence. Unfortunately our brain tends to override these more subtle indicators, but we can learn again to listen to our systems – which truly know a lot more and can do a lot more than we give them credit for. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: If you look at what makes up the human being, a human being is the composite of everything, they have the angelic in them, they have the jinn world inside of them where their traits and characteristics kind of come about, they have the devil quality, they have all of this inside of them.

And they have to incorporate all parts, the raw energy, the angelic part, they have to incorporate all parts in order for there to be a wholeness. All the notes have to come together and, when they come together, they actually come together in something that is like a type of magic.

What do I mean by that? Well, it’s like using the example of this doctor where he could take and automatically do all of these thousands of operations, of which a good operation has a 70% likelihood of success, and he can do thousands of these and never have one go wrong because he has an instantaneous knowingness. This is something that’s impossible to catch up with mentally or with the mind/senses. It has to be natural to you.

It caused me to wonder a few days ago about the fact that I can get into this motif where I can back up and then drive forward lickety-split and miss hitting something by a quarter or a half of an inch, and do it over and over and over again. Now I am not doing the math or the chemistry or the this, that, or the other. I just feel it. It’s just a knowingness sense that enables me to do this – because I just do it.

And Michael Jordan, for example, when he shoots a basketball you know, when he gets in the zone how do you explain because he knows the ball is going in every time he shoots it, whether it’s half court or wherever he shoots it from because he feels it in the bones. That’s not something that you catch up with the mind/senses. That’s something that you just suddenly get… they call it the zone or whatever, you just kind of get into.

Well, this is extremely important now, and it comes about when you include everything, when you include everything. But if you take some bifurcation and you try to run that up the flagpole you’re going to have high level of accentuation, and a truth in relationship to that, and all of these different paths are going to all point to the same thing – but they’re not going to be able to get there in a time in which we live because they will be excluding something that is now activated and unfolding in the process of the overall. And it will make things flat if you try to stay on a particular schematic.

For example, using science to try to portray this, I don’t know if the statement in science is necessarily true, it was a statement that was made by Sysco at the CES Conference in Vegas, and the statement was is that we live in a point in time in which everything that has been at the fingertips and access of man since the inception of time up to the year 2003, is now something that we have to cope with on a day-to-day level. In other words, up to the year 2003 is one thing and now speeding that up it is in terms of coping on a day-to-day level something so, so much more.

So if it’s so, so, so much more, how are you going to do it? Well, I don’t think you’re going to do it in any kind of bifurcated highly accentuated aspect of a delineation. I think you’re going to have to have an all-inclusiveness that puts you into a state that’s a little bit like magic, in that you have a connection to a stillness which incorporates and takes into account that whole reflective outer. Because this reflective outer is now said to have access data that is a “1,” and the human brain that works with sense and mind matter is at 1.7, and this “1” is slated to double to a 2 in the next 2-5 years. And the question, then, is how is a human being going to cope because they will be out of space?

They’re going to be able to cope because that which is reflecting in the outer is reflecting in the outer because the human being has access, on the inner, to all of that from which it sources but they access in what would be considered a magical way because they include and connect with everything that exists vibrationally – not something in some bifurcated way that gets limited to its mind/sense matter of things.

And so when you connect to something that isn’t bifurcated in some sort of mind/sense matter of things, you have this automatic-ness where, for example, this dental brain surgeon can take and open a person up and do operations with 70% success and do 1,300 of them and never have a problem, ever. And, in fact, that knowness can be so acute that it has a confidence of the sight, that comes from who knows where, so that nothing can surprise it, nothing can surprise it. Unbelievable, because it just has that instantaneous knowingness acuity.

There’s a movie called Chasing Mavericks, and what it’s about is defying common sense in terms of being able to ride one of these waves that come in that are 30, 35, 40 feet high, because if you don’t do it correctly you’re going to get smashed, a 1,000 tons of water is going to come pounding down on you or however that is. And so the point of the movie is that you have to hold a presence inside of yourself that doesn’t panic; that is in another zone.

And so the movie goes and starts teaching the traits, little by little by little, of which this is the big one in the end. This is the one that enables you to defy the law of physics, so to speak, or the data, or the outer. This is what makes what others would look at and say is impossible, possible and enables that possibility to happen over and over and over again.

It’s a sense that you have. It’s a sense that comes over you. It’s a sense that comes over me when I can drive a vehicle to the inch and do it without any hesitation. If I hesitate, I can’t do that. If I think about that, I cannot do that. But if I just blank out, I can do it. If I’m not thinking about it, I’m just in a flow and totally letting go and still about it, I can do it.

This is what has to occur now – meaning that one has to have an inclusiveness that takes into account this greater motif of an overall beingness.

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