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- For many years now, meditations have become journeys into other places, dimensions.
To get to a kind of face to face contact usually takes about 40 mins for me.
Frequently I lose all sense of body, location.
A few times I have journeyed to a place that I said to myself many times, That I could see where J. R. R. Tolkien got some Ideas from.
Sometimes the energies and Vibrations are so strong, I am left panting for air like I had just sprinted over the Finish Line. Leaving my body shaking also.
I could Probably Write a book on Astral Journeys and Now Mind Journeys.
Yesterdays Meditation was Relatively quiet and then out the blue. Suddenly got Dynamic and Active mainly in the Visuals.
I saw my body from a close View, Then Materialised the Ancient Craft that most of the Team on Ancient Aliens Have on. It was Pure Gold.
The Details not so clear, as it as I would term it, Not materialised. But as I was not in the body, Kind of wouldn't make sense anyway. What was interesting was this Small Winged Gold Craft started to become part of my inner body.
Clearly a deep meaning and symbolic, Just have not figured it out yet.
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- Today I cautiously reached out to a FB acquaintance regarding where she stood on ascension, Ufology and various other related topics because I had noted several shared memes that indicated awakening. It turns out that she follows Wicka somewhat, is an environmentalist, terrified that aliens are going to come take over the earth, terrified of her out of body experiences stating fear of possession while she is disengaged AND likes the Ancient Aliens show. I was gently probing, made a few leading comments and thought things were progressing nicely until I mentioned speaking to my spirit guide. I felt her close off like a door slamming painfully in my face. It was clear that I misjudged her level of awakening. I know now that she is still very connected to her Christian religious programming. I hope I didn't do more harm than good. It is a balancing act just trying to have a conversation with others most of the time. Baby steps, Camie, Baby steps.1 0 0 0
- It seems all the old astronauts are coming forward now.
https://www.ufosfootage.uk/2018/08/apollo-15-astronaut-says-humans-are-descended-from-ancient-aliens.html1 0 0 0
- I think David Wilcock is done. Apart from his "vetted insiders" He actually insisted that pedophiles such as Kevin Spacey should be forgiven, in order to get The Truth. I guess that is why he is OK with John "Call Me Skippy" Podesta being on Ancient Aliens.
All of this crap is pissing me off. Jimmy Church, you need to do more than make nice nice with these creeps, chastising anyone who wants the Truth NOW, not after it has been homogenized for the masses. WTF, dood? Yeah, it may harm your conference/festival income... but, if these creeps go down, they're taking you with them, Pal!1 0 0 0
- Servitude vs Service to Others
I feel I was lucky to have grown up with a familiarity with religion but not being 'indoctrinated' into it. My parents were both Christians, my mother attending the Swedenborgian church, which I attended occasionally and my father connecting once in a while with the Lutheran church. They both believed in God but their guiding principle in life was the Golden Rule - do unto others as you would have done unto you. I didn't grow up with an attitude that I was a sinner and needed to plead with a judgemental God for forgiveness. Perhaps it was the modelling I got or perhaps it was just my own inner wisdom that I saw a creator god who was there for love and support whenever I needed it.
When I was married, we chose a minister who was a professor of theology to do the ceremony. He was very much asking us how WE wanted the ceremony to go. I asked if he could welcome God into the ceremony and say something about that. During the first part of the ceremony, he spoke about how learning about marriage is a lot like learning about God. Both are a mystery that you continue to learn about throughout your lifetime. That was very meaningful for me. Religious doctrines tend to lay out a set of beliefs in a rather finite way and religious leaders tend to present themselves as the authority about God. I often wondered in my youth why such people thought I needed a facilitator in my connection with God. I was happy that my marrying minister redefined the whole process as a learning journey. That resonated with me very deeply.
My younger son and I have been watching the Ancient Aliens series together. This is cool since it gives us a connection around a lot of information I have been exploring for many years. He is finding it very interesting and we also enjoy star gazing together - often seeing 'star-ships' in the night sky. A recent episode was showing a lot of scenes of people worshipping their God. I found it disturbing and explored in myself more deeply 'why'. I write this article to explore and understand what the problem is with worship and servitude.
Honouring 'the creator' of this planet/universe feels very right to me. I see a loving, creative force that is very sacred and overwhelmingly special. I do not feel a need to 'impress' this force with my compliance and obedience to expectations. I have more of an attitude of gratitude and a sense of reverance for the powerful and loving nature of this divine force. I can't 'prove' it exists but it is very real in my own experience and that is all that matters to me. I choose to honour my connection with source and be grateful for the sense of meaning and purpose that brings into my life.
My parents were quite different from each other in many ways. My mom would encourage me to focus on my own value and the value of others. She had a very positive view of life and people. She said I have a choice in how I view the world. She would set aside the negative and focus on the positive. My dad put forth a great value on being responsible and being critical of yourself and others. He encouraged me to be authentic and to be self determined in my approach to life. He was more skeptical of the motivations of others and he didn't like arrogance. These elements pushed me to somehow bring these perspectives into some kind of harmony since both views seemed legitimate in terms of their value.
During my spiritual journey, I have discovered a strong inner value in 'service to others and I see that I have 'lived' this value since my youth. 'There but by the grace of God go I' was a deeply meanful guidepost for me. It helped me develop a compassion for others that both helped me maintain a humbleness in spirit as well as a desire to support others who I saw suffering around me. In my youth this played out more in a way of being kind to those who didn't value themselves very much or who were being treated badly by others. As an adult, it threw me into over 35 years in the helping profession. In this work, it became important to me to 'empower' others as best I could. To really listen and to honour the spiritual life journey of another person isn't always very easy but I learned so much from all these people who talked with me about their inner experiences. When I felt the least capable of 'helping' is when I learned the most.
In my opinion, servitude and empowerment are opposing forces. Being humble and having a reverance for God does not mean one has to worship that force with endless bowing and apology for one's lack of obedience and perfection. Service to others does not mean one has to be a 'doormat' that is stepped on and treated as a dirt collector. It is okay to have all the emotions that life brings up in you. However, not all behaviour is acceptable. Having a certain negative (or even indifferent) attitude toward others or the living world around you is important to work with inside yourself in order to fully appreciate what it's like for that other being and to treat it as you would want to be treated. It's not just a matter of blocking those judgements that come from within. When you get those judgemental thoughts, it is a clue to experiences you need to acknowledge and transform. Whenever we are judging others, we are also judging ourselves. Empowrment means really loving yourself and honouring your own inner experiences, honouring your jouney in life and all that you set out to learn in this lifetime.
Where does 'ego' fit in all this? When you picture hundreds of people bowing down to their vision of God, or making great sacrifice in order to gain worthiness, it would appear that these ones have a life void of ego. This isn't often true but let us accept for the moment that this is so. Then picture someone who has great power and control - perhaps a king, queen or dictator - or people among the most wealthy in our world. They may promote what gifts they give to people at times - like giving what would be a tiny fraction of their fortune to people in the form of charity, but they are basically in service to self. It would seem they are filled with ego. Even this is not always true. It can be quite in error when you lump people into groups and treat them all as the same as each other. However I do so here, just to try to illustrate a point.
I have a belief that I am no less important than the most 'successful', most revered person on this planet - but also no more important than the lowliest, most destitute person here. In the above description, you could see the worshippers as seeing themselves as lowly - even trying to be in as much humility as they can muster. The ruling or powerful ones might see themselves as the most important people on earth, the top of the totem pole, so to speak. So how do you learn to love yourself without being arrogant? How do you deeply appreciate youself without 'comparing yourself to others'?
I often told my children that 'Life is not just one big competition'. Unfortunately the world around them didn't support my wisdom very much. I don't like the hierarchical nature of our present reality and I am so looking forward to the coming changes in our reality where this hierachy will no longer exist.
Being in service to others does not mean denigrading yourself and giving everything you have to other people. The more you truly love yourself, the more your love towards all life will build. It gives you a reverence for all sentient life. If you can use the word 'worthiness' with out it being in a comparitive tone, then learning how worthy you truly are is helpful. All elements in the universe are worthwhile in their own way and are essential to the whole.
We have been taught in our lifetimes to give our power away to a higher authority. People who are into power rebel strongly against that (understandably I might add). They want to be the reciever of all the power that others are giving away. Empowerment means a sharing of power, worthiness and inclusion will all of life.
By being in service to self mode, it really gets based on an addiction to the gaining of power through the upholding of a hierarchy of worthiness. You are constantly having to reassure yourself that you are better than others and your whole lifestyle is set up to reflect this. It's a dark place to be. It's a tough place to give up. Living in the sweetness of global harmony is well worth transforming this lifestyle into one where you love yourself and are in service to others.
There are people who have ruled and controlled this world for many centuries. Mankind is finally taking its power back and we work towards a transformed reality of unity consciousness. We have the full support of the creator of this universe in moving forward with this.
In service to You
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- This year my hubs and I decided to attend AlienCon in Pasadena, CA. (also got a chance to stop by and say "Hello!" to the OnStellar team and won some cool schwag)! Both of us will readily admit that the program Ancient Aliens is really just a conversation starter for the masses. Author and researcher Erich von Daniken, stirred the proverbial pot in our household and we didn't want to miss an opportunity to meet the legend. So we went. AlienCon charges a ridiculous premium for Gold passes which are a complete waste of money if you're hoping to get early or preferred seating, shorter wait times, or one-on-one with any of the guests. They promise this online, but the reality is you're at the mercy of the short-staffed/ill-tempered venue mgmt. company (Mischief Mgmt.) and their poor oversite of crowd logistics. Yet, it was still an absolute delight to hear William Henry, Rabbi Tzadok, Jonathan Young and David Childress. We just won't EVER attend AlienCon to see them again in the future.
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