It’s quite difficult to forget what we know, or what we think we know. Are we ever really able to put “new eyes” on familiar situations? On our spiritual journey we will reach a point where the ways and means we have used to get us to that point won’t be valid for the next phase we are ready to enter. This shift will require a willingness to let go of our linear, brain processes, and listen instead to the intelligence our higher connections seek to give us, every moment, as guidance. This is the way we are designed to work. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
John: The thing that’s becoming difficult is, it might help in terms of pushing something more, but as far as hearing that stuff, it’s all spoken generally within the context of having to contend with, and be in, manifestation in a way that is in-breath and out-breath.
And the sense of a moment being somewhere on the breath. And, thus, in a variability that continues to vary and vary, and that even listening to it kind of puts things into a different vibratory – that’s almost like a type of stigmatization – in which you draw from that an orientation. And when you draw an orientation, it tends to be an orientation in relationship to having to be in some aspect of the in-breath and the out-breath.
That doesn’t necessarily have to be so. And when you take and you are oriented to looking at it that way, then all of that seems really significant, and really interesting, in bits and pieces. And, as you listen to it that way, you hold a particular focus in that motif, in that way. And that’s okay to do that, and it’s okay to understand that because it all adds to one’s ability maybe to help explain things, but, on an energetic level, that is an energetic in and of itself, in terms of the nuances of things in the outer.
And it’s almost better to not know anything, in that regard. When you start to experience things in a subtler format, it’s just like, even in the investment world, it is now getting to the point where those who take and look at things the way they are, are going to get caught in the breakdown. It’s better to not know anything now, and to be able to have a sense of things. And then, can you respond from your sense of things?
The chances are that you’re not going to be able to do it because you’re going to, at some degree, put it into some sort of aspect of breath. And every little aspect breath, then, becomes a limitation. And that’s the dilemma. Can you listen to this stuff without doing that?
And behind what is said, is what is important. And it’s interesting, from the top-down kind of thing, one can still pick up inflections of that, but from the bottom-up way of talking about things, that energy isn’t going through. A top-down coming down, is coming from a source of an emptiness, but the bottom-up isn’t actually going through. There is something that has developed a quality of sight up to a point, but doesn’t actually recognize that there is so, so, so much more. It has to see that it shifts into that so much more.
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