Divided by Matter

We all have psychologies and defense mechanisms, created in our past, that are triggered by current circumstances and events. What do we do with them? It’s often best not to bury them, but to expose them to the light of our consciousness and bring them out into the open. This alone will drain away much of their potency. Then we can acknowledge the service they provided to us – at an earlier point in our life – and state they they are no longer required. Then we put them in the expansiveness of our heart and let them go. This may require many steps and repetitions, yet each time their hold will loosen its grip. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: The way I dreamt that at the very end was I did it with sacred math. So the solution is in the following image. And to understand it, first you have to do it the wrong way. But in terms of using it in a math way, the wrong way is you take something that’s going on in the outer, which is small number, and you divide it into matter, which is a big number in the physical, and you come up with yet another outer reflection. 

What this does is it continues the matter in traumatic issue by creating another physical image to deal with. Maybe it’s better, maybe it’s worse, maybe it is spinning. Technically, it’s wrong though. It’s the wrong use of energy. The solution is to switch the divisor numbers around and take the matter not to the head, but to the heart. 

The heart is where the flow sources. Consequences that serve the head and further create ongoing bifurcations have to be absorbed in a heart that is empty. And, in this emptiness, heartful. 

By traveling back, you figured out how it’s meant to be somewhere so that when you come back then instead of you just reacting over every little flinch of things that go on that continue to augment a vibration that’s off, that causes you to just not be able to throw the joy of things out there like you want to, you went back, you portaled back, and you saw how it is that you’re trapped in an energetic mannerism; attitude, mood, tone that you have to let go of. 

Now, in the teaching of things by various spiritual paths, the attempt is to try to augment the understanding of a heartfulness so that you just drown everything into it, or let go that way. But from another way of putting it in terms of a way of burning it through, and how that actually works when you include everything and accept everything and you bring in the shamanistic zone as a consequence of that, this is what it looks like. 

It’s where you take and you go back into the depths of oneself and you bring everything forward into the present, which means that there never was a back and forth. It’s an illusion. So you portal, you break all of that. That’s why in Don Juan, Carlos Castenada it was said that you had to figure out or do – this is Don Juan’s advice to Carlos Castenada – that he had to go back and he had to look at every little thing in his life. He had to relive every event in his life in order to heal himself, to absolve himself. 

And, of course, how could that be possible because no one can remember every little event in their life? But that’s what Don Juan told Carlos Castenada he had to do. Well, what that really means is what you did, you know of something that’s meant to be better in terms of how you’re supposed to be now, but you can’t quite throw a party to that. And, instead, you are overwhelmed by the stuff around you that is haunting you, and tormenting you, and keeping you in some sort of dire straits. 

Unfortunately, to get to the bottom of where all that came, you had to portal back. And that the solution to that, to be able to handle all of that, to keep and maintain a greater wholeness, what came from this one quality trait person who could be in both places simultaneously.

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