AFTER READING A COUPLE of installments in this series, one
fellow wrote to me, saying: "Daniel, you're being a bit nebulous
about all this. Can you be a little more specific about these
timelines?" Another one slapped me on the nose a bit for being glib
about folks hitting the "snooze button" when their internal alarm
went off, telling them it's time to awaken from the 3D dream.
the risk of sounding defensive, I must point out that the
comprehension of "other dimensional essences" will always
seem nebulous when they are viewed from 3D consciousness. An
apparition is only an apparition when it is seen in comparison to
something solid. If you view it within its original reality context,
it would appear quite normal. What will have changed in the
transaction is YOU.
what that young boy told Neo in the first "Matrix"
movie? I'm speaking about the little bald kid, who was bending
spoons in the reception room of the Oracle. He looked up and said:
"The trick is found in realizing that you can't change the spoon.
There is no spoon. If you want to change the spoon, you must first
get frustrated because someone won't give them an exact date for the
Ascension (or even a ballpark guess) want to change something, while
wanting to remain unchanged themselves. We wish to know what only
God knows (Mark 13:32), but we refuse to admit that we are the God
who knows it.
our little guru say to all this? He might say: "The trick is that we
can't know the day or the hour of the Ascension. That is because
there is no time. If you want to know a time, you must change
must become time, then you can go anywhere or anywhen you
like. The kicker is: Once a person becomes time, or space, or God,
can he ever return to the human estate again? We don't know, really.
So we stand at the edge of the pool, dipping in a toe, trying to
discern what it's like to be fully immersed in life.
Thinking, Believing, Knowing
I may have shared the following story in another article, but I feel
that it's worth sharing again. If you've already heard it, please
bear with me.
I was once
part of an intellectuals group online, made up of people who loved
the idea of kicking around high spiritual concepts so we could
exercise the old grey matter. I especially loved the buzz words that
philosophers use ... words like "cosmology" ... because most of my
spiritual context came to me from within, not from systematic
training. (I did have an amazing Teacher of Beginning Metaphysics in
the late 80s, to whom I shall be eternally grateful)
effective translator of tones
(which is what a channel is) involves honing one's skills as a
"wordsmith," so that the most expanded meaning of the messages can
One day, the
assignment for the group was to argue for or against the existence
of God. Off we went. Preliminary to preparing my contribution to the
discussion, I asked the group if I could ask them two questions.
Those two questions were:
If I could
prove to you, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that God exists -
would that change the way you live your life?
answer to the above question is "yes," are you ready, at this
moment, to have your life changed?
preliminary questions, I feel, are crucial to the kind of inquiries
we are now making. One drawback about using "logic" as one's primary
instrument of perception dwells in the (very logical) belief that we
can attain a position in space called "objectivity."
that belief the very heart and soul of the "scientific method?" We
verify suppositions in 3D based on observable, document-able
experiments and tests. When enough people agree, based on the case
evidence, a supposition gets entered into the Mass
Consciousness. Never mind the fact that established "truths" are
being discarded these days, by the truckload. In fact, there are
beliefs being discarded and replaced today for which people DIED, in
clearly a difference between "thinking" and "believing." The former
is two-dimensional. It has height and width, as it runs through the
mind or across the page of some book. But a thought has no depth. It
doesn't touch us unless we want it to. One might even say that
thinking is reality, held at a distance. We get to examine
something, try it on like a coat ... and then, if we don't like it,
we can put the coat back on the rack. No harm, no foul. Logicians
begin their expositions with words like "It has been said," or
"Studies have shown." This makes the whole process appear to be
coming at us from without, rather than originating from
within ourselves. In this way, we can deflect it away (disown it),
if it doesn't suit our immediate purpose.
on the other hand, begins with a thought and then goes much further
in its investment of self. A belief is a thought with which we
choose to identify. We say to the sales clerk: "I'll take this coat.
Wrap it up."
thoughts are like orphans, with their noses pressed against the
windows of the soul. Believers are willing take them in, out of the
cold. They give them a room, and a coat, and put the family ring on
their finger. Later, if a belief is shattered, or betrayed, the
emotional effect can feel devastating.
So it seemed
right to ask my fellow debaters: "Are you ready, this very moment,
to have your life changed?"
Clair-cognition means "clear knowing." It goes two steps beyond
thinking, and one step beyond believing. Regarding a particular
topic, it says: "I know that such and such is true."
thinkers want you to quote source material. Believers, on the other
hand, ask you to share how you came into this knowing.
They want to hear a story. Personally, I think stories are
positively awesome. Once used as a mainstay for the transmission of
spiritual truth, person-to-person, plain old storytelling
has become the lost art of the 21st Century. But I predict that it
will return to humanity in very short order. I only hope that it
doesn't take a nuclear bomb, blowing up all our libraries and movie
theaters to get that to happen.
Need to Know
A person doesn't come into a state of knowing based on the
strength of an argument. He begins knowing when his need to know
outweighs his desire to forget (or ignore).
The Reconnections shared
this very powerful truth in their transmission "Belief
and Human Need." In that piece, they told us:
don't believe things based on the evidence. They believe things
based on their own personal need for that belief.
Somehow, it just fits their program to believe something,
so they do. In the Multiverse, everything imaginable has a
universe which honors it. When a soul moves into that universe,
all the necessary components become present so that he can
believe in the basic premises upon which that particular
reality is built. It's like falling under a spell ... except it
affects an entire universe. We call this "consensus reality"
because everyone comes under the same spell at the same time.
Beliefs (and the memories that go along with them) are like arms
and legs on someone's body. They can be cut off (dis-membered)
from the body, so there is nothing left there but a void,
or blank space.
can also be sewn back on (re-membered), as if nothing had ever
been gone. The process of dis-membering (forgetting) and re-membering
is the basis of our life in physical form. The torso of each body
symbolizes the core of who you think you are. But even torsos can
have parts that are dis-membered, if that is the program.
When a member of one consensus universe begins to re-member things
that belong to another (equally valid) consensus universe, he or
she becomes a bridge between those universes. When an arm
is added onto his torso, a seam is created between the new belief
(the arm) and the core self. The stitches that hold it in place
are made of need ... and they are only as strong as the need that
brought them together. When we sew those seams, we bring together
need with belief. This is where we get the expression: "So it
seems (sew its seams)."
Now we get
back to a statement I made in Part Two of this series: "When a
person asks me how long the Reconnections think it will be before
humanity enters 4D,
am sometimes tempted to ask: "Why do you want to know?" Do you have
an interest in the subject? Do you have a desire to know? Or do you
flat-out need to know? Having these questions answered is
as important, in regards to the Ascension issue, as it is to answer
those other questions before arguing the existence of God.
the need to know category are "pregnant." Whether they are
male or female, it does not matter. They are about to give birth to
their Fourth Dimensional Self. When the time of birthing comes, the
outward shell of their personality
and their Multi-Dimensional Core (which was always there, by the
way) begins to emerge.
articles over at Children of the New Earth for the last few
months, we have been speaking about "Dealing With Spiritual
Emergency." After having taken an overview of various conditions
which people consider "Emergency," I point out that the primary
element which produces "emergency" is emergence. When a
"normal" person comes in contact with his "meta-human" core, all
Hell (or Heaven) begins to break loose.
While I was away on a trip in 2003, one of the Guides said to me:
We have often said to you that you are all of it. You
are everything and everyone, all across time, everywhere (at once)!
I could feel him turn to me (on the Inner Planes) and say: How
does that strike you?
I was rather
dumbfounded. I said, "It kind of bowls me over."
I could feel
him smile, and he responded:
Of course it does. In fact, it blows everyone to smithereens who
comes in true contact with it, and then scatters them into little
tiny pieces - millions, billions of them. This is the cause of what
you have termed "The Big Bang." It is a clear, personalized
interface with the very statement I just made to you. And it has
happened several times, throughout history, not just once. It is a
clear internal realization, which blows apart everything
and everyone who truly understands it. But then, once you are all
blown apart, you earnestly desire to be back together again. And so,
the Game is afoot! We refer to this latter process as The Big
go on to tell us that, after that first round of internal "trauma,"
the universe provides a suitable recuperatory environment in which
to gather up your tattered pieces again. It is called 3D. In the
Grand Game, the
Reconnections describe a "Game of Fragmentation," as the Oneself
spreads out across the globe. Indeed, we have become scattered
across many globes! Some of them we know, and some of them still
feel very foreign to us."
Timelines for Transformation go off in all directions. They connect
here, they connect there. They go up, down, side-to-side. The Guides
refer to them as Christword Puzzles. We no longer live in one
unified reality anymore. We live at the crossroads of many
realities. The entry belief to 4D is "all time is now." The
entry point for 5D is "all space is here."
person whimsically put it: "We don't need to seek the Keys to
Enlightenment. The door was never locked."
There is a
difference between thinking this, believing this, and knowing that
it's true. And that difference forms a timeline from which
various "parties" are being called
to take up their seats at the Banquet of the Ages. The Banquet has
already been underway for thousands of years, and they still haven't
gotten to the main course yet! I think they're waiting for US to
arrive. Are we ready, right this moment, to have our lives changed?
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