While I was in Paris this fall, we conducted two conversations with the Party, specifically to talk about life and death.
These came at my request. After my mother passed in April, suddenly everyone started losing loved ones—mothers, grandmothers, fathers, children, sisters. It felt like a lot of people were dying. Maybe I just noticed more because I was so tender, but everyone else’s loss was hard, too. I needed some practical information to quiet my human mind and ease my human heart.
One thing they said in the reading that struck me was that some souls choose not to reincarnate as a human. We can, apparently, “homogenize” our energy (blend diverse elements into a mixture that is the same throughout). They referenced people who, after they die, decide to “homogenize” into being a tree and stay in that state for 5,000 years.
When I heard that, I thought to myself, “Where in the world are there trees over 5,000 years old, and what would it feel like to be a tree?” Questions I would have asked had I not been the channel.
As it were, they did answer my questions, later, proving again why they are always telling us to “watch and be amazed.”
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Back in the states, I made the most of my jet lag by leaving Minneapolis at 3 AM, in time to catch the 7:30 AM ferry. As I entered the last, dark hour of the long trip home, the sun was rising into a welcoming glow in the east and on the radio came a story about trees.
Listening to this fascinating pre-dawn report was an awakening. I was gratified to hear the interviewer say it affected him in the same way: once you know this scientific data about trees, you see them in an entirely new way. It’s as if you learn you have a family that you never knew you had and then finally meet for the first time, only to learn they’ve lived in your neighborhood your whole life.
That report speaks of a tree in Norway that is over 9,000 years old, and that trees are far more intelligent than we realize. They share resources, respond to the environment, communicate between species, and bequeath their wealth to other trees before they die. Listening to this story, I watched and, once again, was amazed.
I recommend listening to the tree report before reading this transcript. Particularly the Suzanne Simard and Richard Powers segments. Their description of the connections that trees have correlates with what the Party describes later in the reading: that all humans are part of a much larger organism; we are far more like trees than we realize.
The rest of the reading includes a reiteration of Einstein’s vision of human consciousness, as well as information on how to communicate with those who have passed. I’ve included a link to the Map of Human Consciousness and the Unified Field. I recommend you pull it up for reference as you read. It’s really not as complex as it seems. Kind of like football. Once you know how the game is played, you can understand what’s going on.
Join us Monday, December 31, 2018 10 AM Central for another free channel with the Party. Einstein will be reviewing 2018 and ringing in the coming year. All are welcome!
Map of Human Consciousness and Unified Field Here
I edited the following from transcripts of two sessions conducted on November 23 and December 3, 2018 in Paris, France.
We command that only the most divine light to shine down upon us at this time, and the greatest good be present here.
We as the Party, guided by Einstein, are ready to make the next step in the evolution of human consciousness. It’s very exciting! We are growing and changing, too.
You can’t imagine the amount of energy it takes to create one human life. Talk about a Big Bang! You can’t have a human life without also creating the universe in which that life will live. The Lens becomes your experience of the physical world. The Lens is your universe.
The eternal part of you is a string that is spinning at the speed of light squared (C2)—starting in the Source (the center of the planet), moving up through the Earth, breaking out into the atmosphere, continuing on into the heavens and then flowing back up through the North Pole and into the center of the planet, to begin again. That spinning string carries all the mathematics that create you and your universe. The Human Intention—the Source, Observer and Lens—slows that string down to the speed of light and separates the energy so that the objects of the physical world can be perceived, including your body. When your DNA spacetime body is born in the Lens, your human life can begin.
When your body dies, so does the Lens and the physical world. However, those non-physical elements continue—thoughts, feelings, senses, memories, knowledge, experience—spinning again at C2. It’s a different kind of identity without the Lens, one that we cannot fully explain to you at this moment. Not because you are stupid, but how would you tell your children exactly what it’s like to hold a job and have a family? We just can’t explain it fully.
Humans often fear death. It’s a natural reaction. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. The death of your body comes with an entire array of emotions that play out as a result of being human.
We just see this conversation of life and death differently. A human part of you is going to die, there is no denying that. In the big picture, however, the Lens of your human body is about 10% of the whole operating system. When that goes, yes, it’s gone, but the rest of the operating system is still there.
Our mission has always been to inspire those who still have a body to become accustomed to the non-physical part of you that exists in this place of Afterlife, even as we speak. That way, when the 10% that’s your physical body disappears, you’ll be well rooted in the comfort of the eternal part of yourself. You can be without your body, but that core creation can’t be uncreated.
And why incarnate? In order for humans to survive, you must evolve into beings that are aware of their need to take care of the whole. When you acknowledge that you are one part of many parts of one whole, compassion takes over. This changes the DNA of humanity on a collective genetic level. Your DNA becomes naturally pre-disposed to work collectively, thus increasing the odds for survival.
This is what you have come here to do: learn to love. You learn how to love by having relationships. Those relationships are meant to be springboards for evolving your ability to work for the good of all. We hope we can inspire you, while you still have your physical bodies, to make the most of this opportunity to learn from your relationships.
Some souls don’t come back as humans. Some choose to homogenize into the bigger energy, say, to live in a tree for 5,000 years. When you live as a part of the organism of a tree, there are entirely different universes to discover and explore.
Jesus had one of the few deaths where all of his human emotions were vibrating at such a highly evolved state that they formed a unified field of power. There was no anger or sadness or betrayal or joy. All the emotions unified to become pure compassion, which he channeled into forgiveness. By doing so, he helped change the DNA of the human species.
But this understanding takes time. That’s why you’re here as humans, experiencing many lives, traveling a long journey. Say you were to walk from the bottom of Africa to the top of Scandinavia. You’d meet hundred of kinds of people. You’d see different terrain, climates, cultures, and foods. But in the end, you would see that those people are just people, living on the Earth. Yes, there are differences: skin color, language, money, and such. But everybody is just a human and everyone will die. You will all lose your grandmothers, mothers, fathers, sisters, and eventually you will all die. This fascinating and complex journey of being human is a part of the evolutionary process of the human species.
You come into your life with agreements about generalized conditions. You have free will to maneuver through those conditions, but definite structures are created. One of those structures is your family. You’re born into a family with souls who have worked together in other lives, coming together again to continue that work to learn to love one another. “OK, let’s go at this from this direction. This time, let’s give ourselves a challenge to [fill in the blank]. Here’s what I need to work on. What about you?” You make agreements with each other in the non-physical that will then give your relationships structure in the physical.
However, once you are born into the physical world, you forget immediately that you made these agreements. You forget who you are and where you just came from. You forget your mission and sometimes forget how to love.
You proceed to live your life with people to whom you have this deep, unremembered connection. For the most part, you have no idea that you’ve shared other lives, been in other families, in other times, in other cultures. All you know is the relationship you have with them in this life.
But these relationships reveal conflicts. This is what reincarnating is all about: repeatedly coming into these pre-planned configurations in order to remember who you really are and resolve these conflicts caused by the forgetful, limited perspective of your human minds. You are more than just Barbara and Heike and Donna and Cathy and Sonia. You are all connected on deeper levels that span lifetimes, and you are here to remember, to help the species survive and thrive.
You have a chance to projectile into this life to be a do-gooder, to be someone who helps the whole world evolve by evolving oneself. If you are committed to being one of those conscious beings that pushes this mission of love forward, it’s inevitable. We are so excited for all of you who have a human life in order to do this.
Either way, one by one, your bodies will die and your focus will return to this Party with us. Here you’ll be excited to share the lessons you learned from this incredible opportunity to have a human life—the highs and lows, the drama and calm, the illness and joy and death and birth and everything. With each life you live with this mission to love, you help to advance the collective goal to evolve the entire human species.
Your mission is not over when you die. It just enters a different phase. The quality and condition of your death will be dependent upon the quality and condition of your life. More than ever we urge you to live your lives to the deepest passion and the highest good. Everything that comes from that is art: your children and grandchildren are art, your art and music are art, your work of helping people is art. Being human becomes the art. In fact, all physical reality is the art because it’s all the creation and the expression of your universe, perfect in all its imperfection. Life itself is a miracle.
Talking to Those Who Have Passed: The Imagination
Every human has the sensory equipment to communicate with the non-physical part of someone who used to have a body. It doesn’t mean everyone will use it. But making death practical includes understanding that this kind of communication is not only possible, but learning to have a living relationship with those who have passed on is part of evolution.
It doesn’t mean that there isn’t grief upon the loss of a friend or family member. Grief is natural and should be expected, part of that deep human passion to love. As sad as death is, however, it’s also about a much more profound joy found in eternal love and deep passion.
After someone dies, you can re-establish real-time communication with them in their non-physical form. It’s not just Barbara thinking about her mother. It’s her mother’s energy: her intelligence with thoughts, feelings, senses, memories, actually responding, Her mother’s identity is surging in the non-physical, near and with Barbara, allowing communication to take place. Every human has this capacity, in the same way that every human has intuition. Acceptance of the practical nature of this form of communication is the first step to using it.
So where do you meet that person that you love? In the imagination.
Imagination is a condition of Intellectual energy. Intellect has it’s own function and form and serves a specific purpose, defining and shaping energy that is otherwise amorphous. Imagination is a ripe patch of the Intellect where energies intersects. In that intersection comes the ability to then exchange information and communicate.
How you experience the communication is very specific to you. Barbara will see her mother and hear her voice in a specific way. If her sister were to communicate with her mother, she might see her in a different way, perhaps at a different age, or in a dream as opposed to direct contact.
Because of imagination, you have access to all sorts of resources, as you can also intersect with universal knowledge, with other people’s thoughts, with the entire great Gestalt. That’s what you tap into with imagination.
Sometimes souls, however, are otherwise engaged and won’t be available for communication. But for the most part, those who love you are going to be near you. Your mothers are all near you—you know that. Anyone who is in your family group and has passed on is waiting for you.
Sometimes human emotion will get in the way of talking to that person that you miss and love. Sometimes you long so much to talk with them, but there is such a deep sorrow, it actually prevents you from doing so. Just keep experimenting. Listen. Make notes. Write down what you experience. Remember that person. Use your imagination. Most people don’t exercise it enough. Use it.
One of the best parts of a human losing their physical body is the joy that takes place upon leaving the sorrowful and sometimes suffering earth plane and reuniting with so much love. Death is a very complicated process. The more that you can conceptualize energy and life and death in these ways, the more you won’t fear death while you are alive.
The more you can develop living relationships with those who have passed on, the more you increase the quality of your life. Remember the bigger picture, that there is part of you in the non-physical right now with us, having this miraculous conversation, privy to Afterlife.
You don’t yet fully understand the miraculous, evolutionary nature of what we are doing here today. But we know all of you feel this truth resonating in your bodies, bringing you a kind of release. “Wait! I don’t have to be afraid of death!”
Nobody wants to die a horrible death. But you can know that, regardless of how it happens, it’s going to happen, without a doubt. So embrace that truth and watch how accepting death makes your life more poignant. Watch how it taps you into your deeper passion and your greatest good. What a gift! What a joyful gift: when you die to the physical world, you are reborn again into that full, deep, rich spirit of eternal life.
That’s why we are excited. Because the more of you who, right now in your bodies, are willing to prepare for your death in this way, the more potential that we have—all of us together—to fulfilling our mission and making that evolutionary step.
Thank you and Namaste!
2 thoughts on “Living and Dying”
So beautiful. I’ve always wanted to rest as a tree!
I totally “get” everything you shared…lovely reaffirmations.
BTW…we sign our names in a similar fashion 😉
Thank you for your work and sharing it with us.
Thanks so much Barbara. Since that channel I am, of course, finding so many more examples of trees 6000 years or older.
And even though the methods are somewhat unconventional, the wisdom of my Imagined Einstein seems to appeal across the board. So of like social democracy! Love you!