Wednesday, 9 November 2011

The Time of Global Shift

By Scott Mandelker, PhD

From the Seminar Transcript, 28 April 2002, in Louisville, Kentucky, US

“RA also said, that ‘for the perfectly balanced entity, no situation would have emotional charge, but would be a situation like any other in which they could observe an opportunity to be of service.’ This is also a very important teaching. They're saying that when we're in balance then no situation would be seen or felt to have an emotional charge, and further, that situations in and of themselves are not emotionally charged. Me losing my address book, or your spouse doing what they do is not a charged situation, though you might feel charged, and if you do feel charged it is definitely your own problem.

It doesn't mean we should blame ourselves, but first of all, we need to take responsibility for our side of the situation. So we can definitely learn to take responsibility for everything we need to in our lives, without blaming yourself or anyone else. That's great, isn't it? It's a real challenge, very, very subtle, right? To be able to say that, ‘I made this personal conflict, or at least I co-created it.’


You know, in reality and beyond our illusions of me and you, if you want to speak about evolution from the perspective of the Law of One and true unity, then you have to realise there's no one here but you. And so there can be no ‘other’ out there to do things to you, no matter how much it appears to be so. In the view of unity, the self makes it all, and reality does not fit with the ideas that, ‘I did this, and he did that, she has this, and they have that.’

All these may well be clear and useful karmic reflections, understanding the causal chain of why things happen to us and around us - but from a non-dual perspective, we don't even say that, ‘this is my field, and this is yours, we're connected!’ Frankly, that's not real unity at all.

In the view of non-dual fusion, the Law of One in soul-awareness, what I call your field is also my field, so you are not a separate ‘you,’ but instead, you are of this greater unified field in which all things can be seen as One Thing. And it's the same from you to me: I am Scott, but I am also you appearing as Scott. Of course, if you take this too far that is how people go insane, so you have to be careful with all this talk of unity! (laughter) Such distortion of unity can be called megalomania. I am good at that one.”

It Ain’t Cool

You think it's cool to make me wait with bated breath for what you'll say
You think it's cool to be the overlord of all that you survey
You think it's clever being clever that you wear your fortune well
You think it's cool to be the foxy one, but time alone will tell

That it ain't cool
(It ain't cool)
It ain't cool
(It ain't cool)

You think it's cool to be the comic, making cracks at my expense
You think it's cool to sit in judgement when I ain't got no defence
You think it's witty being witty when you know my tongue is tied
You think it's cool to be a prankster but your jokes are passing wide

It ain't cool
(It ain't cool)
It ain't cool
(It ain't cool)

It ain't cool to count your blessings one by one (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool to say you've done what you ain't done (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool to claim your winnings when you poop on your beginnings
And another person's innings has begun

You think it's cool to be a sharpy as you cut me down to size
But it ain't cool (it ain't cool)
You think it's cool to brush aside the little people you despise
But it ain't cool (it ain't cool)
You think it's nifty being nifty, and you think you're no-one's fool
But you ain't cool (you ain't cool)
You think it's cool to hold your victim up to cruel ridicule
But it ain't cool (it ain't cool)


It ain't cool to be a cucker
It ain't cool to be a crut
It ain't cool to make your mucker
Wait upon their if, you, but
It ain't cool to think you're pucker
When you're tearing off a sheet
It ain't cool to make a sucker out of everyone you meet
It ain't cool (it ain't cool)

It ain't cool to count your blessings one by one (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool to say you've done what you ain't done (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool to do subtraction, when you're checking every fraction
Now your little piece of action has begun

It ain't cool (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool (it ain't cool)
It ain't cool

-       Lyrics of the song by Ian Dury and the Blockheads (featured on the album Ten More Turnips from the Tip, 2002,

If you're going through hell, keep going

Interview with David Wilcock (extract) on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

19 June 2007, Part III

Jeff: My name’s Jeff. I need some help getting my mind straight. I’m going through a divorce that I don’t want. I can’t seem to focus. All I...everything that comes to me is negative. I don’t want to live like that. That’s not my...that’s not the way I live. But I can’t seem to, to stay focussed. And I just wondered… how could I block out the negativity, and bring in the positive?

D: Well, that’s a really good question. I’ve been through three major relationships in my life, each of which ended in a separation and great depression and unhappiness.

Jeff: [flat] That’s where I am right now.

D: Yeah.

G: You know what? They say it takes at least a month for every year of the relationship.

Jeff: [sombre] This is over 13 years.

G: Yeah. So it’s going to take you at least a year to get over this.

Jeff: [fatalistic] I don’t know if I have that much time.

G: Oh, you’ve got to. You’ve…

Jeff: [crushed] I can’t stay like that for a year, you know?

G: You have to dig down, because one day you’re going to wake up in the morning, and David will attest to this, you’re going to wake up in the morning and go, “Why did I stress myself out over this?”

D: [crosstalk] Well Jeff, I can tell you something…

 I got less of, you know, all the bills and all the animals. I’ve had two spinal surgeries in the last two years. I can’t work right now, so I sit home all day alone, just dwelling.

G: Well, that’s the problem! First of all, Jeff, you’re dwelling on this stuff.

Jeff: Yeah. That’s what I do!

D: Okay. There’s one thing I want to point out that might not otherwise be mentioned. Part of the problem can become a chemical problem.

I noticed that when I was going through these periods, I would be stress eating. It’s really important that you get some kind of superfood, even if you don’t think it’s going to do anything. Some kind of super blue-green algae, chlorella or something like that.

G: No sugar, right, David?

D: Right, exactly. But take this superfood every day, like even two or three times a day. It’s loaded with B vitamins and all these things.

What happens is emotions are created by chemicals in the brain. If you don’t have the chemicals for happiness, which can happen in extreme stress, then you can’t feel happiness, because your brain doesn’t have the chemical anymore.

So you can rebuild…

Jeff: [crosstalk] What do you mean by superfood?

D: Okay. You go to the health food store. You find some kind of powder that’s green, and you mix it in whatever drink you want to have it in.

G: You know what? Water is the best thing.

D: Right. Exactly. And that, I mean, I know it sounds crazy, but you combine that with also taking something like tryptophan, it’s called. Another form of it is your B vitamins.

The most important thing of all is actually called essential fatty acids - EFAs, Omega 3, 6 and 9, specifically, and more important than that, even, is the superfood.

All I can tell you is that as far as emotional grieving, I recommend journalling. I recommend not trying to run away from the pain, because that’s what we end up doing.

We indulge in addictive behaviour where we’re basically watching TV or trying to not face it. I recommend going into it, writing about it, experiencing it, letting yourself have it move through you.

What you’re actually running away from, ultimately, is a projection of yourself. We bring these people into our lives as exaggerated representations of parts of ourselves that we still need to heal.

When we eventually get enough processing behind us, we realise that we were actually on a timeline where we were going to have to grow out of that relationship. Eventually we can see that it was beneficial.

But, as George was saying, man, it takes work. You have to just commit to yourself, and realise that life is worth living.

If you actually did commit suicide - I’m not saying you’re suicidal at all, but some people might be - that causes an immediate reincarnation [Note: I don’t believe this to be true personally], and you have to go through the same thing all over again.

So, it doesn’t solve anything. What you can do to solve it, though, is to get your nutrition up. Get some exercise. Get out in the sunlight.

In fact, the rods and cones in the eye are connected to the endocrine system. If you don’t get full-spectrum light at least 15 minutes a day, which means sunlight without sunglasses, then your endocrine system gets all screwed up, and you can’t re-absorb those stress hormones.

So, it’s a complex procedure, but the short and sweet version is: journal about your pain, write it down, try to stay in a meditative state, try to feel for the love and light, try to look for the good whenever you can.

Do things to distract yourself, if need be, that are non-chemical in nature. Take the superfoods, and really just try to be at peace with yourself, and rediscover yourself if at all possible.

G: And get away from any negativity. As difficult as it is right now.

D: Absolutely.

G: But the day will come. The day will come, Jeff. You’ll wake up in the morning and go, “Whoa! I can’t believe I went through all that!” You know?

D: It’s layers. You peel up the layers, and you keep going through the pain. And then you think you’ve got it, and then something triggers you and you get hit again. And you have to move through it again.

You know what? After a while, if you keep doing that work, you might get triggered again, but there’s this part of ourselves [that is making irreversible growth, and eventually we realise that it just doesn’t hurt as much, or last as long, anymore.]…


"If you're going through hell, keep going." ~ Winston Churchill

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

‘Thank you God for helping me to understand that this problem has already been solved for me.’

Neale Donald Walsch interviewed by Lilou Macé, 2011

Neale Donald Walsch: You know, my favourite prayer is this one: ‘Thank you God for helping me to understand that this problem has already been solved for me.’ Has already been solved for me. So, instead of trying to call a solution to us, instead of asking God for help, or trying to bring a solution to us, we are announcing that the solution is already here. And our opportunity is to step into it and to step into it fully and, I want to say, immediately, as quickly as our mind will allow.
Lilou: Even if all the outside doesn’t show any…
Neale Donald Walsch: Especially for the outside. You see, judge not by appearances. The mind will create one story after the other to convince us that what is really true on a spiritual, metaphysical level is not true. We’ve fallen down the rabbit hole and we’re listening to the Mad Hatter. He’s pouring tea into a cup that has no bottom. And he is swearing that what is so is not so and what is not so is so. And we’ve bought into the illusion. We’ve taken the blue pill instead of the red pill. We’re in the Matrix. And we are believing what the Matrix is showing us rather than what we know to be really true. So, especially, especially if the appearances are dire and horrible and look like there’s no way out. But the question’s larger than the question you’re asking me because it isn’t just about how to solve the problem of how to get out of this mess. The real question is how to deal with this mess while we’re in this mess. And that is a process by which we recontextualise the whole experience. It is about taking what is happening to us right now and changing our mind about it, changing our thought about it. 

Lilou: And about ourselves too.
Neale Donald Walsch: Exactly. It’s about holding it in a new way. It’s about embracing the present circumstances just the way it is without it really needing to be any different and beholding the opportunity in that and beholding the gift in that. Because, as Conversations With God says, what you resist, persists. But, what you look at – and I man look at with the eyes of the Soul – what you look at disappears; that is, it ceases to have its illusory form. And, when we see what’s going on in our lives for what it really is and when we really get in touch with what’s important in life, suddenly our situation doesn’t feel so dire. It doesn’t feel so terribly, terribly desperate. And when that feeling of desperation, that feeling of panic, that feeling of ‘Oh my God, what am I going to do?’ - when that feeling leaves us, the energy shift inside of us is quite remarkable. And even just that energy shift alone begins to set up an energy field – what I call a contextual field – that creates the possibility of something other than what we’re now experiencing showing up in our life and being created in our life though the process of non-resistance.

Monday, 7 November 2011

In God’s Reality, pain and suffering cannot exist

By Saul

Channelled through John Smallman, 6 November 2011

The waiting is almost over as you prepare to terminate your support for the illusion and allow it to dissolve into nothingness.  It was but a brief idea with which you played for a moment and is soon to be forgotten; and yet while you have entertained the idea of it, it seems to have lasted for eons, and that is what you have been experiencing.  Be glad that you have chosen to awaken and withdraw your support from it.  By ceasing to play games driven by fear and anxiety, you open your hearts to the divine Love field that has always been there for you and you realize that Love is everything and contains everything.  You could compare It to the air that you breathe (as you occupy your bodily forms), in that It is all pervasive, but Its vastness is far beyond anything you can conceive of, and It could never be contaminated in any way because It is the perfect divine and limitless environment in which all of creation has its existence.

Because it appears to you that the illusion is very solid, very real, and very ancient, and because you have become very familiar with the pleasures and pains that it offers, your major hope has always been for an enormous improvement in the way that you experience it.  You believe that if you can clean up your act by treating the environment with respect, greatly reducing pollution, ending wars, and honoring all people that you can achieve this.

Undoubtedly this is a great project, and as you release more and more of your unloving attitudes and beliefs, much can be achieved.  Nevertheless, what you are presently experiencing is illusory, and when you awaken into Reality the issues and problems of your illusory world will be gone forever.

To awaken is your destiny; it cannot be avoided, and for this be thankful because what it offers you is eternal bliss.  In Reality, fear, doubt, anxiety, loneliness, conflict, and the large selection of other unpleasant states that give rise to pain and suffering just do not and cannot exist because it offers them no space in which they could develop.

Reality is Heaven, Paradise, the Home of God.  It is limitless, boundless, and contains all of creation, all that exists.  There is nowhere and nothing else, and so, even as you experience the illusion, you have your eternal existence in this moment and in every moment permanently within God’s divine Reality as essential and inseparable parts of It; there is nowhere else that you could be. You are perfect divine beings forever ensconced in Heaven.

The nightmare of the illusion, which appears to hold you within it, is in fact something quite ephemeral that you have chosen to hold within your own minds. And you are changing your minds because you have decided that you no longer want or need an illusory place in which to play what are basically rather unpleasant games.  You have decided that the time for playing games and hiding from God is no longer appealing or of interest, and so you are choosing to awaken to experience once more your Father’s heavenly Reality.  It is a very wise decision, and one that you will never regret.

To awaken, after burying yourselves so deeply in the illusion, is a very demanding task, and, as in a dream, it appears to have been an extremely long and drawn out operation.  Even now the illusion seems very real as you make your ways most effectively towards awakening.  Refocus on releasing all unloving attitudes and behaviors, and ask for help from your enthusiastic guides and angels to embrace only attitudes and behaviors that are totally loving.  In your quiet times of relaxation and meditation put yourselves in mind of those you love and release or let go of any thoughts that distract you from this.  Love is all there is, so remind yourselves of this and of how dearly loved you all are as God’s divine children, and the time until you awaken will pass easily and swiftly.

With so very much love, Saul.

"Wanna make a monster? Take the parts of yourself that make you uncomfortable — your weaknesses, bad thoughts, vanities, and hungers — and pretend they’re across the room. It’s too ugly to be human. It’s too ugly to be you. Children are afraid of the dark because they have nothing real to work with. Adults are afraid of themselves." Richard Siken.

♥ Love is all there is ♥