Join us for the 11 AM Sunday service at Lake Superior Interfaith Community Church.
I will be speaking and singing, and afterward will hold a live channel with Einstein and the Party. Love offering. All are welcome!
Join us for the 11 AM Sunday service at Lake Superior Interfaith Community Church.
I will be speaking and singing, and afterward will hold a live channel with Einstein and the Party. Love offering. All are welcome!
Since our first 2017 Re-Boot Session last month, I have been consciously focusing on the intentions I set, one of which is becoming more dedicated to my spiritual practice. For me, that means using Conflict REVOLUTION® to stay in a place of compassion no matter what comes my way.
Where I need focus is on applying compassion to people who are doing evil things. It’s easy to be loving to those I agree with but equally as easy to project my righteous anger over those I see committing injustices and taking actions for the good of the few at the expense of the many (Einstein’s definition of evil).
My biggest challenge right now is the US political environment. In the first Re-Boot I named my conflict “The Trigger of Trump.” So many people are so angry about the new president and his sweeping orders. And why not? They truly are evil. Last week, he instigated a travel ban on Muslims, leaving thousands of people stranded, sometimes in their home airports. When they left the country with their green cards, they were legal; when they returned, they were not. This is outrageous!
Arriving back from a short trip to Jamaica, I turned the corner from customs at the Baltimore International Airport only to find throngs of angry people protesting the injustice of this travel ban. I was simultaneously shocked and delighted to see so many people standing up to support those being unjustly impacted by this presidential action.
But the travel ban was not my trigger. The challenge came when a friend said something about the “haters.” She quoted someone who said, “Don’t try to convince the haters … you’re not the Jackass Whisperer.” This triggered me.
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As I grapple with these issues, I am constantly reminded of what Albert Einstein lived through during WWII. He must have struggled deeply as he watched the haters gain control of his government and eventually destroy millions of people in the holocaust. He has often said that it was Hitler who brought him off his stance of pacifism and inspired him to urge the development of the atomic bomb. Who can blame him? What else was he to have done in the face of the evil that Hitler was manifesting?
But what are we to do today?
If I am to uphold my spiritual practice, then to call [fill in the blank, in this case the “haters”] [fill in the blank, in this case “jackasses”] makes me judgmental, too. Yes, even this small morsel of expression becomes projection of my judgment and needs my loving attention. But what am I to do with my anger at the real injustices of evil without becoming ineffectual to it?
I know, it’s exceedingly intricate and intimate. But if I believe we are all one organism then what I give is my legacy to my fellow humans. Why would I want to do unto others what I do not want them to do unto me?
This doesn’t mean I allow myself to be abused by haters. It means to feel and breathe my anger, revolve my perspective, and take responsible for my own thoughts/decisions /judgments first. Detaching my anger from projecting judgments on others is exercising compassion. I literally become the change. Instead of projecting judgment, I marry that anger through breath to compassionate, positive intellectual messages and set my intention to be a part of a creative solution for the good of all.
By taking control of my own thoughts, feelings, senses, and intentions in this way, I practice self-love and align to compassion. Now that compassion can intuitively guide me to the action that will help right the evil in the world around me.
After Einstein arrived in the US (an immigrant), Joseph McCarthy, the right-wing senator who was conducting the communist witch hunts targeted him, calling him an “enemy of America.” Einstein’s response was that he was willing to go to jail for his convictions and compared McCarthy’s fascist rise to that of Hitler in Germany. He also advised others targeted by McCarthy to simply refuse to answer the questions. He never advocated hate or violence against anyone.
Below is Einstein’s comments made during a five-minute CBS Radio Network program hosted by journalist Edward R. Murrow sometime in the 1950s. Here he says that “service to our fellow man needs to take the place of the glorification of power” (another way of saying “making decisions for the good of the whole”):
Let’s face it, there are no easy answers. I certainly don’t have the answers to this current crisis of compassion going on in my government.
I will say that we need to find solutions outside the level of thinking at which the conflicts are being created. For me, this means experimenting with my own energy to become love as much as is humanly possible.
From there I will choose to stand up and project that love out into the world, without losing sight of the realities of the rising fascism we are now faced with. It means refusing to hate the haters. Or even call them names.
I have succeeded in re-focusing on my spiritual practice, just like I intended. The byproduct is I am more at peace. I sleep better knowing I am self-responsible, committed to compassion and to taking action for the good of all. This makes me part of the solution.
And that’s a gracious plenty.
February 4, 2017
For Heaven’s Sake Bookstore
4900 W 46th Street
Denver, CO 80212
2 – 4 PM.
If you are around the Denver area today, I will be signing my new book Einstein, et al. and chatting with people interested in deeper discussions about Einstein. Much thanks for Sara James and the staff at FHS for hosting me.
2017 Re-Boot #2
Sunday, February 26, 2017
9 – 10:30 AM CST
Access code 866255
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May 5, 2008
My friend the history teacher lent me the Texas Teachers Edition of the world history curriculum taught at his high school as a way to prepare me for my trip to Romania and Hungary. Forget that it’s 998 pages, weighs more than my car and makes my ADHD all goofy with so much information on a single page. The tome just sitting in my lap vibrates with the history of the entire world from the beginning of civilization at 4 billion years BC right up through Homeland Security.
I turned to Chapter 31, “Years of Crisis 1919-1939.” Under the heading “Age of Uncertainty” was a picture of Einstein along with a sidebar about Freud. The caption under Al was about how his genius was partly due to his tenacity to stick with a problem until he solved it. Freud was credited with the idea that much of human behavior is beyond reason.
I was after the answer to a question: what happened that so many people could propagate Nazi Germany and what would one do if those circumstances arose again in current culture? What if, like Hitler and the Nazis, through the use of legal pathways a party rose to power so set on destruction and domination that it might arrange its own terrorist attack to kick off martial law? What did the ordinary citizens of Germany do during these so-called “Years of Crisis” as they watched Hitler march the Nazis on a blazing trail of human destruction?
Hitler pushed Einstein off his pacifist stance. Though he was using his rock star status to promote world peace, Einstein the pacifist did not know a way to face Hitler. And who can blame him?
What Einstein did know was that Hitler could not have done it alone. It required a mass effort on the individual parts of the Third Reich. The hearts of so many men and women had lost their moral compass. Is this his lament “It is easier to denature plutonium than to denature the evil spirit of man?” How does one get to the root of that kind of degeneration?
In these turbulent days, it’s sometimes difficult to believe any one of us can make a difference. What kind of impact can one human have against the terrorists, errant governments, and systems of culture that strive to keep citizens dull witted and unaware of the lies and nefarious dealings of subversive fundamentalists? Because according to the history book, this kind of behavior has gone on since humans first emerged from the apes.
It seems to me it can only begin within each individual, committed to looking at one’s own life to see where we might be driven by fear to inadvertently fall into lockstep with the voice of authority outside ourselves. It is our duty and responsibility to find our inner moral compass, align to compassion and learn how to measure our actions against it. We must quit lying to ourselves and refuse to propagate the “US vs THEM” mentality.
I believe Conflict Revolution® is the formula to denature our evil spirits, one person at a time, starting with self. And who else but Einstein would find a way from beyond the grave to create a simple formula to align our actions to compassion? Who else could come up with a scientific definition of love? Talk about sticking with a problem until it’s solved!
The beginning of the 20th century was indeed a time of great change and uncertainty. Einstein had brought forth E=MC2, which threw everything science had known into a new paradigm. Freud was dealing out concepts of the unconscious that had never been considered, putting psychology into new realms of thinking. Europe was spiritually, emotionally, and economically depressed and uncertain. People were disillusioned and hopeless. Their answer was to follow the leader, who eventually led them into ruin. People believed the lies, overlooking their own instincts.
Let’s not blindly follow some leader in times of insecurity. Let’s use those times to really examine our motives, our decisions, and ourselves and see where we can become the change. Where are you lying to yourself?
We have so much more power than we can even imagine. Let’s use it to create peace within. According to my imagined Einstein, when we do that we help reprogram the gravitational waves that manifest the Earth.
What’s it going to hurt to self-scrutinize? Knowledge is power, after all. So what will it take to get you to stand up and become the change?
In 1911, Belgian industrialist Ernest Solvay convened an invitation-only conference of some of the greatest minds in the world to address the subject, Radiation and the Quanta. The event was held in Brussels and was to brainstorm on the problems of having two different approaches to science.
At the time, classical mechanics, or Newtonian mechanics, were focused on the physical world and studied the motion of bodies under the influence of a system of forces. However, classical mechanics became inaccurate at very small scales and high velocities.
Because of this, a revolution was taking place. Quantum mechanics focused on nanoscopic scales, theorizing mathematical descriptions of the dual particle-like and wave-like behavior of energy and matter. The problem was simple: matter did not seem to behave the same on the smallest of nanomicroscopic levels as it did in the physical world of hard bodies in motion.
In 1911, Albert Einstein was the second-youngest scientist in attendance for this turning point in the world of psychics. At 32 years old, he was mingling around with the likes of Madam Marie Curie, who was pioneering the research on radioactivity, and Henri Poincare, famed French mathematician, theoretical physicist, engineer and philosopher of science. What a heady meeting this must have been.
The following year, the International Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry was founded and organized several more conferences to debate the pressing issue this quantum revolution was causing. The third Conference, held in April 1921 after the defeat of the Germans in WWI, banned German scientists from attending. Einstein boycotted the event, standing in solidarity with his fellow countrymen.
But it was the fifth Solvay Conference, held in Copenhagen in 1927 on Electrons and Photons that is considered the most famous of all Solvay debates. In one corner was Albert Einstein, representing the scientific realists, who wanted to adhere to strict rules of scientific method. In the other corner was Niels Bohr, representing the instrumentalists, who wanted looser rules based on outcomes.
Again and again Einstein presented his thought experiments that disproved the instrumentalists’ interpretations. But Bohrs would sleep on the matter and the following day successfully contradict Einstein’s assertions. In the end, the quantum won, and Einstein would spend the rest of his life looking for his own theory that unified the microcosm and macrocosm.
As I have been following Einstein’s footsteps around Europe, and especially here in Copenhagen, I had a revelatory insight into my own work with my Imagined Einstein. The real Einstein was giving it away, sharing it freely. It was all about having an open dialogue. And in the exchange and expansion of ideas, they moved culture forward into greater understanding of itself.
Sitting here in Copenhagen, imagining how profound the Einstein-Bohrs debates must have been, I am inspired to do the same. I have decided to waive any fees to come to my Conflict REVOLUTION presentation. Instead, I invite people to come and debate these theories I learned from my Imagined Einstein. See the unified field theory and our maps of human consciousness. Listen to the process, experiment with it in your own life, and tell me what you think it is.
If you don’t believe in Afterlife, or feel it’s too nutty to admit Einstein might be talking to me from a pure energy state, then feel free to believe I made it all up. But before you dismiss it out of hand, come and see it.
Join me in Copenhagen, December 13, as I train Conflict REVOLUTION and channel Einstein. Doors open at 11 AM. I would love to see you there and hear what you think of these revolutionary ideas.
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Can’t make it to Copenhagen? I encourage you to explore the many topics of Einstein in my Training Series. They’re all on sale until the end of the year.
We command that only the most divine light shine down upon us at this time, and the greatest good be present here.
In our dissertation today, we want to talk about personal stories and the resurrection of the personal story. The personal story is the description that guides the manifestation of your perception. This piece of your personal story has a tricky energy. Whatever it is, it’s absolutely necessary to enable you to have the human experience, to sit in that chair, lie in that bed, drive that car, look out the window. The quality and the nature of and how you use that personal story is your homework. This resurgence, this resurrection of the glorious story will become the next step in your self-awareness.
In the Easter tradition, there are many allegorical parallels to the personal story and how the personal story of Jesus changed through even the weekend of his special event. On the third day he rose from the dead and appeared to those closest to him, those who loved him the most, so there was an Emotion—with a capital E. They were still vibrating very close to the source together, and the imprint, the desire to see Jesus was strong amongst the apostles and the women and his mother—everyone who mourned Jesus. Those elements were alive.
The story was a great tragedy. The greatest tragedy of all was Mary giving birth to this child with the expectation that he would become a king and then seeing him die as a criminal on a cross. That represents the greatest individual torment possible on earth, greater than any holocaust, the deepest pain possible.
Then, the story changed, overnight. That horrible earthly tragedy took place, and yet beyond this earthly world there’s a non-physical reality. “Jesus is in front of us. We know he’s dead, but there’s his light body,” they were thinking. Part of why Jesus brought his message onto the earth plane at that time in that development of human beings, the evolution of human mind and thinking, was because they were still connected to the earth traditions. They weren’t that far away from the “worship” of sky and wind and air and being ruled by those things.
So bringing forth this advanced idea to this time, hooked in a body connection, those people literally experiencing Jesus’s resurrection, him appearing after his body had passed, was not too far off from a few generations of experiences of humans being close to the earth, being able to see the magic of the planet, being a part of nature and the way it rules the planet: Mother Nature. Part of that was the natural passing of people and spirits to the non-physical world. There was so much they didn’t understand.
This change in the personal story brought a new hope, a new understanding that in human times, considering the progress through time of the evolution of the human in the physical world, has taken thousands of years to process. Today, you’re seeing that in human evolution all things are being put on the table. It’s very difficult to hide evil any more, even in yourself. Much of this is greatly due to the work that you are individually doing in your lives to be committed to compassion. That’s the bottom line. It’s not whether you’re a Christian or a Muslim or an atheist or you practice Conflict Revolution. It’s that you are a human being having a human experience, and while you’re given tie privilege of being on the planet, you want to contribute to the greatest good—not because you should, but because you can.
That is the answer to dealing with evil right now. Everything you see happening around you, very realistically—the earth is being polluted, the waters are being poisoned—those are very real things in your dramas, in your lenses. So why not, since you have come here, recognize the signs of your personal mission to commit to compassion? You become a force. You channel the entirety of God’s love or compassion in the scientific sense of the synergy of it all. When you channel compassion, you tap into a power that cannot be accessed any other way.
This new spring surging forth in humanity is something we want to help guide you forward with, to the best of our ability. We understand that human beings, especially in this time period, are far more experimental than they are predictable. And we want to encourage you at this time to continue to be more experimental than you are predictable. What “predictable” means is that your personal story has taken over part of the mechanism and is running an operation in the whole system, whereas if it were just adjusted just a tiny bit, you could open up to a much greater power within yourself.
Think of this in terms of sitting in a chair. If everyone who’s sitting in a chair, even if you’re driving, can sit up straight and be conscious of your shoulders raised to the heavens and your shoulder blades back, your rib cage lifted, your abdomen and core tight, your pelvis tipped—feel that, and then if you just take a little fold forward and let your head drop, that’s not very much of a difference in position. But because it’s out of line, bending over and just hanging, from the systems that are running in your body, the bone structure and the neurological structure and how they all work together, that one little change can make a very big difference.
We want to challenge each of you, as you’re moving forward into the weeks and months ahead, to take a look at your personal story. Once you begin to invite this perspective, ask this question. “Can you show me my personal stories and how they limit me?” This is a good way to phrase anything that you’re seeking an answer to, rather than, “Why did this happen? Why did that happen?” Ask rather, “Can you show me places in my life where my personal story’s getting in the way or where I can make some minor adjustments to it?”
This kind of self-awareness comes in tiny chunks. This isn’t a lot of brainpower you have to analyze through or a lot to learn. You’re adopting a position, a perspective that is your power. Often you hear, “You are what you think.” We refute this by saying that, yes, you are what you think, what you sense, what you emote, but then a bigger system in place. Thoughts have a tremendous part in this, but let’s shift that now to, “You are your perspective.” That puts it in an interactive place where now, when you look at it that way, you say, “What is my perspective here?” You step out quickly into your witness and you see, “Look at that anger triggering those thoughts that are influencing me to say or think this perspective about that drama!”
When you come to the awareness of your control of your perspective, you are freed from thinking that you’re controlling something that you’re perceiving. That’s a different thing. There’s your perspective, and then there’s what you are perceiving. We’re talking very basically about your perspective. For those of you who might be listening for the first time, we want to paint a little picture for you to understand this.
Think about the eyeball and how it operates. It’s not just the eyeball. There’s the back of the eyeball, where theoretically in this case the blender that is sitting on the counter across the room is inverted and projected onto the back inside curvature of the eyeball through the lens. That’s technically how things work. It turns 180 degrees and it gets onto the inside of the curvature of your lens.
In our introduction to you as a greater you, a bigger system, the perceiver is the inside curvature of the lens. Your perception that you have the control is there. The blender across the room is not in your human mind’s control. What is in your human mind’s control is how you choose to have a personal story and perceive the world. That is where all of your power lies.
Feeling all of your emotion, writing new, open-ended stories, listening to intuition—there are many different steps to keep living, being in control of your thinking process and how it relates to your emotion, knowing what intuition is in your own self. How does it feel, how does it function? Those are things you need to do as well.
But when we talk about your perception, this lens with which you operate, you have the telephoto lens and the wide-angle lens, and there’s a purpose for each. It isn’t that you have only one perception. Your perception will change constantly depending on what you’re walking in on. That’s our way of saying, either you sit in your head and analyze all sorts of things as your body’s moving through life, or you open up that chest and get that wide-angle lens going, quieting down the mind that’s observing present moment, listening to intuition, being in the moment, being on the ready, waiting to discover how your answers will be manifest, because they will when you say, “Can you show me where my personal story is preventing me from manifesting the things that I think I want?”
With this perception that you choose to have, you’re ready for the magic. You’re aligning yourself to compassion, letting that energy flow through you and manifest and then have an effect on the blender over there on the counter. It’s the greater you in concert with itself that changes the manifestation in front of you, whether it’s the change in a relationship, that you want to become a telekinetic person and move physical matter—whatever you’re trying to manifest, this change of perception that you can do with your human mind allows so much to happen.
It’s like if you could do a theoretical experiment where someone purposely walked hunched over their whole life and someone else purposely did yoga all their life. Again, not a very big change in position of the body, but a healthy versus an unhealthy change. You would certainly see that person who walked and worked hunched over eventually curl up, the body degenerating. The person standing up, with their angle wide open, is ready to hear when intuition says, “Zoom in now, zoom that lens into the telephoto and let’s take a quick look at this close-up thing. OK, pull it back.” It’s like the lens of your eye, letting in enough light. If there’s too much light, it closes down. If there’s not enough light, it opens up.
You can create personal stories that let you live a life like that. How will you do it? How will you get out of your mind? How will you change your personal story? Of course we have a few suggestions, but we also want to talk about the synthesis that resurrection brings, the unification when, for example, you can look at all of the past of your life, the events that caused you to be who you are today, very real things for that human you, the essence of your human experience. This is important, and it’s becoming important in a different way, in a way that is a platform, a springboard to this new life, this resurrection as you’re moving forward, all of you, in your lives.
How can you personally find that new story on all levels and help build a structure that’s wide open, intuitive, waiting for that next most advantageous step? If you want to practice intuition, you can do it about everything—about what you’ll eat, what you should buy at the store. Practice not just in that moment making a choice that feels like your intuition, that’s one piece of it, but letting intellect go, as the days go on, you ask, “Should I buy this cheese or that cheese?” and you go, “Oh, here, this one,” that probably doesn’t make as much difference as, “Should I marry this person or not?”
There are different levels of intuitive relationships that you can nurture with yourself, and how the intellect then analyzes and processes the results of those decisions requires passing through time. It could be that you get home and you realize you bought parmesan when you should have bought feta. Life doesn’t really change very much. If you marry or don’t marry, you have years of experiences that show you what that intuitive message was about. If, for example, your marriage didn’t work, would you look back and say, “What was wrong with my intuition?”
Your new story is to understand that intuition is a process, and part of the process is getting that wild, crazy intellect of your human mind—your ego self that’s always going on and on—relaxed, how to stop thinking. We know, it’s a big question, one of the most difficult processes that a human can choose to undergo, to get that kind of control over what it going on in your intellect, and yet religions have practiced this idea of not thinking for thousands of years.
Think back to what human life was like 2,500 years ago and more. Primitive in terms of modern conveniences, but very close to the earth. Could be highly evolved, but it wasn’t nearly as chaotic as the culture you live in today. The amount of thinking that is required of you, of your brain, just to process information that you’re getting all the time, between the Internet and advertising and in the airwaves, the cell phone signals. And now, of course, us coming and asking you all this information about who you are in the non-physical, this unthinkable thing of trying to name God, trying to show you how God works. You’re being barraged. This is really a critical time in human mental health. The good news is that all of you are being pushed to be your own mental health practitioners.
We want to speak about anxiety. How does anxiety fit into the resurrection? Anxiety is first of all a natural energy. Think of it like thunder or lightning. The actual energy of anxiety itself is a building block of a series of energetic frequencies that exist in Emotion with a capital E, being that very deep primordial place within you where the whole world is held, that mustard seed, all the mathematics that will spring forth and be that blender over there.
This ultimate primal place of emotion is the place where all of this magnificent creation—and yes, we will call the blender a magnificent creation, and everything else that’s around you—begins at this place within, of such cacophony. If we could bring you down close to see all of the molecules of the blender mixing with the stove, mixing with Barbara, mixing with all of that, that place is beyond story. We can say all of this and spark your imagination, but until you go there and feel it in your body—there isn’t an intellect, there aren’t thought processes at this level. You define that anxiety as something that’s wrong with you that you have to make right or that you’re healing.
We’re trying to write a new story to say that you are revolutionizing mental health. Anxiety is just an energy that is part of a cacophony of energies working its way up the gravitational wave and is a part of creating the blender, of creating everything. The job then becomes to know that you’re learning a new worldview, a new system, that now you have to write your new story about how you’re going to find meaning in that anxiety and experience it. We of course advocate for separating the story of why you think you’re having anxiety from this beautiful—albeit intense—energy, but if you’re breathing it through and using it as fuel, think about that car being hurled through space at 40 miles an hour or more with all that flammable liquid. That’s emotion, and anxiety is a part of that.
You’re resurrecting yourself into a magician who will turn that anxiety into something more than you can even know. That’s how you can word if it you’d like to. When you stop letting the anxiety marry itself to the story that there’s something wrong with you and it’s a bad day, and you let it just flow and love it, you’ll find compassion. It’s part of the whole. It’s not something that needs to be healed, it needs to be transmogrified into your power. You have the power to change your perspective. You are the only one who has the power to change your perspective, and these are some of the hardest things that we can ask a human, intellectual, emotional, intuitive, space-time body with consciousness to do.
What we’re asking you to do is some of the most difficult work on the planet right now. And yet, every time all of you do it, you find that the smallest shift in your perception can make a huge difference in an operating system. How many of you have experienced this? How many of you have had conflicts with your mother or your sisters or your children or any of that? And when you go inside and you change yourself, you come back to that arena without even having spoken to any of them, and it’s different. They react differently.
This is the resurrection of anxiety into a power. Now when you’re getting on a plane or wherever you find this anxiety, you change your perspective. You say, “Ah! This is uncomfortable, but it’s my power, and I’m going to breathe with it.” And that becomes the answer. “I’ll get out of my head and breathe this, love it, have compassion for it,” whatever your words are for how you include it for the good of the whole. How can that anxiety contribute to the good of the whole?
Now that you’ve got yourself tapped into this power that previously had been termed a sickness, an illness, something to heal, now that you’ve got yourself around this power of anxiety, what personal story do you want to marry it to? We want to encourage you all to experiment with it to put in your wildest dreams. Maybe you’ve been working to take a vacation or an adventure. Grab onto that anxiety with your breath, be moving it. You can even still have that frantic, chaotic thought process where might want to say, “There’s something wrong with you. You can’t get through this. Don’t let go, because the last time you let go it was so bad.” You can even have all that going on.
But if you consciously, with conscious intention, put in a thought that says, “I want to create an adventure,” it can be that specific to your physical world. In fact, we want you to experiment with these feelings of anxiety and actually put any “bad” feelings into that equation. If it’s your anger, your anxiety, your dread, we want you to experiment with what that piece of the mechanism will be, that conscious, creative thought.
We’re not saying you should use this great magnificent power of tapping into your compassion to create a red sports car, because that’s what manifestation is about. That is not what we’re saying. What we’re saying is, “Listen. While you’re in those bodies, while you have this information in front of you and the coach who’s here to help you, experiment. Experiment with setting aside the story of anxiety, anger, depression. Put in a new story that says you’re going to do this in a new way.” It’ll be breath work. The first thing about anxiety is that the breath separates the emotion from the thinking process. The thinking is in your head, and the anxiety is in your solar plexus. You take a breath and it fills your chest between them. That brings them together and separates them at the same time.
There are all of these things going on. What do you want to do with this energy? You’ve got yourself around it now. What do you want to create? It’s that creative. That new story, overnight, went from, “Oh, I’m a terrible sick person. I have these anxieties,” to a whole new way of seeing things. What do you want to create? Experiment. And as we said, we’re not suggesting that your whole mission in life should be to manifest sports cars or material things. We would hope that ultimately you want to use this also to create peace in every relationship that you have on the planet. To create peace in every interaction that you’re doing. That’s a tall order, but if you intend that much, at least you’re striving for that much. If you intend just a little, then you just strive for a little. So a combination.
And the funny thing, of course, is that as you strive to learn how to use this power of tapping into your natural energy to influence the manifestation of the physical world around you, you have to align to compassion, you have to find compassionate stories in your intellect. Otherwise it won’t work. You have to make a decision that if anxiety is calling you, you’ll stop and take that breath, wherever you are. You can breath, and of course, should, in line at the supermarket, at a friend’s house, at a movie. You can breathe and turn your focus inward and put this new perspective in place, have a new relationship to the energy that was formerly called an anxiety attack. You can turn it around to your own good.
That is revolutionary for the masses, and you, by helping us in experimenting, can also see what kind of power that conscious intention in that moment can have. Experiment. Ask for red sports cars. If in your heart of hearts you think that for the greatest good of who you are, even if it’s just to prove to yourself that you can manifest a red sports car, for whatever reason, if there is a passion in you to create something, put it in there in that moment and see what you can do.
And again, not an anxiety attack, but anger. Because here’s what happens. Your human mind starts talking a story. It’s very convincing. The part of you that’s perceiving, it’s like you’re watching a movie. I’m watching a movie of the blender across the way, you’re watching a movie of a drama with a family member or someone at work or standing in line at the supermarket. There’s a part of your mechanism that’s telling you the story of what you’re perceiving. Perception is not just what you think of it. Perception is the much bigger function of this greater you than what you think about it.
You watch what that story is. Be hypervigilant about how much you’ll get yourself sucked into that story that you’re telling yourself, because the perceiver is watching the movie. You go to a movie and hear the characters’ incredible story about what happened to them in their lives and you’re moved. That’s why you go. You want to become involved in the story. But in a movie theater, you know you’re just sitting in that chair. In your physical world, you’re the actor in the play. You’re in the movie as well, so it’s a little more difficult for you to step outside and get the part.
That is in fact what you are here for in this resurrection of your lives,. We are very, very excited. We want to encourage you all, right now, in this spring, to remember the process of spring. Underneath the miles of snow and ice, there is sleeping, the tree looks dead. It’s not dead, it’s sleeping. To that end we can’t stress enough the importance of your own sleep, the importance of your own rest and revitalization through winter. But as the ice recedes and the snows melt, something begins to push upwards from the center of the earth. The sun warms the surface, and the mysterious force of life impels life to return to the trees and the sap to start flowing, the leaves to start growing, and the branches to reach farther towards the sky for another season. In the full bloom of summertime, when that tree is at its most beautiful, glorious peak, there is a knowledge that the system will again begin to shut down. The leaves dry up and fall off and scatter over the earth, turn into the earth again. The snow comes, and all sleeps again.
And without fail, like clockwork, the snow recedes, the ice melts, and the spring begins to push up. Don’t miss a single step of this journey. Learn how to put yourself in the perspective of being a discoverer. Every day you have been given the miraculous opportunity to discover your life, your power, to gain more control over your thoughts and less control over your emotions, to make it a knee-jerk reaction when a big emotion comes up to breathe and move and breathe and move, particularly right now with relationships.
Because relationships are where all of this is playing out. Some of it is thing-related, yes. There are lessons to be learned about how to manifest physical things. But all of you will and always be challenged by the many, many types of relationships that you have in your lives. If you have an intimate relationship, you’re taking this mirror even further into experimentation. So having this discovery perspective when it comes to your close relationships will be one of the most fulfilling and enriching experiences of your life.
Any time that you can purposefully take a situation in your life that is conflicted and confused and go in with a new perspective, with a sense of discovery and a commitment to compassion, you can bring a space, a beautiful change into a situation where others may grind on ad infinitum. After all, look at humanity, still grinding away at killing one another.
You being this change at every single level also helps change the personal story of who you are, and you can accept and grow into the magic. Every day you can resurrect yourself to a brand-new day, and you can know that after this physical body passes away and you go to sleep for a little bit before you have another body, another tree—and by the way, you can be that tree over and over. You can also be yourself over and over, having different experiences. There’s so much to play with once your physical body is no longer taking all your energy to create the physical world. Then you really step back into a perspective that’s far more playful and free and delightful than what the personal story of your suffering human mind is going to tell you.
If there’s anything that we can do here today, it would be to bring you this remarkable inspiration that resurrection, this new springtime that’s coming to life is truly here, it’s pushing forward, and there’s nothing that will stop it. Spring can’t stop. It might be delayed a bit for some, but it won’t be stopped. It will push up and things will grow again. Always.
So look at your lives that way and get excited. Even the worst can be changed overnight into a new perception. That is where all of your power lies.
At this time we will open for questions and conversations.
Q1: Thanks so much. What’s been coming to me is a state of mind, having the perspective of discoverer has been so very helpful. This has been so inspiring, thank you. I’m also getting messages, speaking of the theme of resurrection, of eternal life, where we can stay in our bodies as long as we want and experience different dimensions using our bodies as a vehicle. Could you speak of that?
A: Certainly. There are two ways to look at eternal life. One is from the physical lens of the world, and the other is from the greater operating system. Obviously, the operating system is a self-contained unit. It’s the eternal life that regardless of if there’s even a planet earth, even if the whole incredible history of the billions of years that science has documented the planet earth existing, all of the different phases of dinosaurs, humans emerging, all of that, even without that, there is a human intention that will eventually find a new way to create the intention to bring humanity into physical form—humanity in this case being perceivers of a perceived reality, that is, separation, the idea that God created humans so God could experience self.
But also, in the smaller sense, the lens, the human mind, you are working on that as a part of moving through space and time. How it takes place is different than eating right, exercising, making sure your body’s healthy. That’s something that should be done just for the mechanism, of course, to prolong your life and to help with the change of the species. For example, when Edgar Cayce was channeling, bringing in higher energy, he burned out. The next evolution of that is Barbara, where there’s an integrative system of regeneration that will automatically prevent her from burning out on channeling.
Part of it is taking breaks from the channeling. Part of it is the expansion of her physical body in a time, in this process of four-dimensional life, that’s different than it was 50 or 60 years ago because of the evolution of human consciousness. So Barbara’s body can take more energy surging through it and not be tired and not get burned out. That’s an evolutionary thing that you’re doing.
Energetically, theoretically, if you had the ability to let go, for example, of Debbie in the lens, with all your drama and all your attachments, and live more in the greater you, there are areas that you tap into in the non-physical in the system that not only help extend that human life, but could tap you into a space-time reality in a DNA body that has already figured that out. We call it the future. Maybe after Debbie’s body passes away, the energy that is you decides to manifest in future life where you’ll be Debbie and you’ll bring that DNA body with you into that, and it’ll be a different space-time where culture has accepted that the body doesn’t die and in fact has discovered how Debbie in 2014 can step in and out of that particular lens.
So there you go. You don’t have to die, you just step in and out of that particular lens. There’s no simple answer, but does that give you some insight?
Q1: Yes, it does. I’m going to listen to it again. Is it that everything is possible and we’re just choosing from that unlimited potential to experience?
A: Well, yes and no. At a certain level. By the time you are cemented into your body, there are certain things that you don’t escape right now. You don’t escape your DNA space-time body. There’s a limitation. It’s not possible for you to be someone else. But in the source, the first initial compilation of your consciousness that’s surrounding all the mathematics of all the potential, certainly there’s a lot more potential at that level that could be experienced than by the time you get to be who you are in your space-time body in 2014. And that’s what’s confusing for your mind, because what does that mean, then, when you’re at that level of the process, where you’re in the compilation in the middle of earth with just the mathematics? You want to be Einstein, you want to be Barbara, you want to be Galileo, you want to be anyone. There is the redefinition of concurrent life and why, as far as reincarnation, you have the potential to experience everything it’s possible to experience as humans. So you have the potential to experience being Einstein.
It becomes a much more complicated system than just, can’t Debbie do anything? And yet, paradoxically, if you were to go deeply into the source and rearrange at that level, you’d be doing what the Toltec shapeshifters mastered. It’s not that it’s impossible, it’s just, what degree of personal self-discipline will it take any human at this time to get to that level of transformation?
Q1: I see. Thank you. Thank you so very much.
Q2: Thank you so much for that dissertation. Your answer to the first question brought up another question for me when you talked about the Toltecs and the shapeshifting. Did they do that from the lens, or did they find other ways to tap in in a different way down on the gravitational wave closer to the source?
A: They were trained in the lens to rearrange all of these things that we are suggesting to you. So even though back then the test didn’t consist of your mother-in-law and all of the dramas you have in today’s life, but a Toltec warrior was in the making—they weren’t born that way, they were trained in how to do this—one of the things that they were trained to do was, their egos were perpetually being frightened out of existence. Those for men who started out as boys, in training many things were revealed to them through perceptions that scared them to death, and then they were taught how to deal with that emotion. The Toltecs who were doing the training were—we’re going to say this and qualify it—the equivalent of Jesus, in that we’ve always said that Jesus was at a level of evolution where he just walked through a crowd and changed the energy because he was working at not just a deeply-connected-to-the-source level, but also at a predetermined evolutionary place in his thoughts, feelings, senses, intellect, emotion, and intuition. He was meant to be alive. And of course his 33-year lifetimes in the same body aligned him to be that, and he could influence just because of that.
They influenced how the trainees were seeing things, they could tap into that level, because their ego had been scared to death and gone for a long time, and they explored the non-physical, had a much different language to describe it than we would today. A lot of their training was done without language. So in a sense, yes, they understood the wholeness of who they were and that that little body that was a trainer was just a tiny little part of the whole that was going on and it sort of had to get out of its own way. Does that make sense?
Q2: Yeah, and I can see how what you’ve shown us today can be applied to even the regeneration and renewal of physical bodies as well. It’s like baby steps in getting to that point of shapeshifting.
A: Yes. And that is a form of shapeshifting. Say you have an illness or you’re overweight, and how you’re shifting your perception then changes the physical world. That is a form of shapeshifting that, if your perception is saying to you that you will never be what you think you should be, that’s your perception of yourself, which is probably, for years before you became self-aware, what the self-talk was. You shift that perception and suddenly your whole world shifts, and you’re changing the blender. If you listen back—when all of you listen back to this, because we’ve given you a lot of information, in layers, as always—about the shapeshifting, you see it implied through the talk, yes.
Q2: Thank you so much.
Q3: Thank you. I certainly agree with the others. What a wonderful dissertation. It raised many thoughts and inspirations. I’ll just focus on the one about movies. When you were talking about the difference between watching a movie and then being in your own movie, being part of the script, one of the actors in your own movie, how it’s harder to step out of it. I see a lot of great, good-quality movies made around the world at the local film fest, and I’ve always enjoyed what kind of self-awareness I can get from watching the characters going through their lives. I recommend one I just saw called Labor Day with Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin, a wonderful, slow-moving portrayal of different emotions, using flashbacks and moving forward into future self, potentials you don’t expect will come. In a matter of two hours of watching a movie you can go through a whole range of emotions and see how you would have been in that situation, where you identify or don’t identify with the characters. Afterwards there’s lots to ponder and apply to your own life. For me, that’s a great way, the whole projection idea, the whole scripting people into your life, it’s a great analogy for what we’re doing here.
A: Yes, and there are people who, for example, won’t go to certain movies because they evoke too much emotion. Some people don’t like horror films. Imagine the power of sitting in a theater, literally, watching what your human mind absolutely knows has been constructed, it’s fiction, there were many cameras and lighting people and they pieced it together, and now you’re in the movie theater and you know it’s just light coming out of a camera being projected, and yet it still evokes so much emotion. Think about that in terms of when now you’re also the actor.
Our message is that you are taking in so much information as humans right now that the resting of the brain, of the thoughts is key. And also, when you’re in the movie theater watching the scary movie, there’s a place within your perception that realizes that it’s just a movie. Very complicated.
Q3: Thank you very much. That’s a very great source of study and becoming aware but not staying stuck in the mind so much. Thank you.
A: And another part of all of this shapeshifting that we’re suggesting is that what you’re doing you’ve not been able to do before. There isn’t a roadmap. There are a lot of pieces of information that you will personally be drawn to, but this is about you building your own complete system. We give you the basics of how it works, but you design it to bring it into the lens. You design how you’re going to shapeshift, what shapeshifting means to you. You write the personal story of how magic works in your life. That’s another thing that challenges everyone’s authority. People are afraid sometimes to pick up their power. “I’m taking full responsibility.” No, you want, “That person did this to you.” Or “No, I can’t.” So you’re fighting against an inertia as well. It’s very exciting.
Q2: When you mentioned that Jesus was aligned to compassion, to the intuition, and how the magic and the force and the power all came once that alignment was in place, how does that relate to the weak nuclear force and the strong nuclear force? Is there a difference? Is it just using all of those things?
A: It would be using all of those things, so the weak nuclear force transforms water into wine, the strong nuclear force repels one of the apostles at the end. But to understand it, you look at it from the perspective of Jesus the man. When he looked at anyone, he saw himself. “These things that I do, you will do greater things.” He projected onto every person he met the truth of the great I Am. The I Am is the way, the truth, and the light, going within, taking responsibility for yourself. All of those things he could never say in those ways, but because of who he was, he projected the kingdom of God onto everyone.
And much like sometimes you may feel when you hear Einstein speak through Barbara that there’s a special magic in the air and a perspective that you don’t get unless you’re listening to this and you can take it away and pull it apart, in the same way, he was intoxicating. It’s why he was able to have so many people follow him in such a short time. It’s less of a conscious thing and more of a less-conscious thing. He wasn’t sitting there thinking, “I’m going to use the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force to turn this water into wine.” He was working fully from the source up and outward of manifestation, and the human mind was last sometimes.
And that’s a good story, too, turning the water into the wine, because his deep desire was not to have his mother be embarrassed for running out of wine at a wedding ceremony that she was hosting. That was his passion. And because he was so involved and the system was so complex already, the water turned to wine, and he was surprised. There are varying levels. That’s why we want to encourage you that the little things that don’t seem as if they’re part of it, the little pieces of being human that are so difficult for all of you, don’t be fooled into thinking that the movie is anything but a movie. Feel it, be in it, but while you’re in it, have that passion of human intention.
For the most part, as you explore those conflicted areas of your own life where it seems like, “Oh, my gosh, I’m so human,” you’re actually doing the very things that are getting you to that state of mind as we described it to you. We said this 20 years ago when we first appeared. The road to human evolution is through the resolution of conflict. You are learning how to take that conflict and turn it into wine.
Q4: The topic today is very much aligned with what I’m experiencing right now. Tapping into whatever you can tap into with me, what seems to have come about recently as strong passion for me is moving into greater self-empowerment in a broader context. Please share whatever you might be able to with me to enable me to do that more fully.
A: Yes, yes. This is a wonderful question for all of humanity. One of the things that you can do is be very aware wherever you find yourself as a victim. We want to define “victim” as attachment. This is something for you to play with in your thought process. If you’ve created everything, and that’s your story and you’re sticking to it, then you’ve just given yourself the power to uncreate everything and recreate everything.
We don’t encourage humans to stop being victims and stop being attached to circumstances in their life because it’s a good or bad thing. We encourage you because it truly puts you in the most powerful place, and then, like a CEO of a company, the buck stops there. By putting yourself in that place, you get to explore deeper parts of yourself when, for example, you come up against someone who really does victimize you, in the lens, in the drama, on the screen, someone’s being robbed or murdered, a perpetration is happening—that’s the movie.
To your human body and your human life, that’s very real. You have to deal with that. You’re on the front line. How will you deal with it? If you say, “I didn’t create this. I don’t believe it. Something else forced it upon me,” you’ve just lost your power. If you say, “I create everything, why would I create this?” and do what humans do, you’re led down first of all a path of emotion. And remember, you’re trying to capture all the feelings, because they’re carrying all that vital present-moment power of manifestation.
When you stop being the victim, you have to feel your feelings. You have to deal with the age-old question, “Why did I create this for myself?” We would suggest also that when you ask, “Show me. Can you show me how?” that’s a beautiful question. “Can you show me how I can be more empowered?” Your job is to quiet the mind, pay attention, and then be in present moment to see, and then you start to have an awareness, you go into a situation where there’s emotion going on, decisions that have to be made. You’re operating in that moment to the best of your ability, and then as the situation turns out, at every step you process ownership.
This is something that takes time for the human mind. Your ego has to reduce itself from its self-important stories. That’s one thing. Another thing is resting. We can’t say it often enough to all of us, but sometimes you in particular, rest that mind. Just rest it. Just stop thinking. Yes, it sounds easy, but if you have six tools that you’ve developed to stop thinking, then you can use them when you need to stop thinking. And when you stop thinking and continue to breathe, therefore moving emotion through, you’re creating a power system. It’s like tuning the engine. That’s empowering.
Finally, we’d say use as much compassionate self-talk as is humanly possible at every turn. Don’t be afraid to get into arguments with yourself when you find that self-talk is disparaging. “No, I’m not going to talk to myself in this way. You’re banished, those stories. Here’s the new one. I am a miracle just sitting in this chair.” Those are some ideas that could help.
Q4: Thank you very much for those suggestions. They’re wonderful, and I will definitely put them into action.
A: Wonderful. So much of what we want to do right now as our mission is to be inspiring to people, to move ahead regardless of what you’re facing with this new perception and expectation of miraculous undertakings. And part of what’s so exciting is seeing you grow into humans who have so much faith in yourselves that you can do this, that you are doing this, that you are the change. It’s so very exciting. We thank all of you for all of the things that you do. Know that there is a beautiful association with all of you—that’s why we call it the Party—that happens in the non-physical. You’re tapped into it. The more you rest your mind, the more you open up your intuition, you become playful and imaginative and you let these images flow and you begin to see and sense each other in the non-physical, communicating in the ways that you know, images, electricity, perception, premonitions, connections with the unseen. There are a lot of you out there around the world who’ve never met who feel connected to each other. This is such a beautiful time, and we are so, so very grateful for all of you, and we hope that you take advantage of your ability to tap into the non-physical as well.
We will at this time close the channel, again with great thanks in our heart. Know that we are excited. Despite anything that might be taking place in the lens at any given moment, the influence of this non-physical compassion is astounding right now. Never before on the planet have so many people been so committed and so aware of how being compassionate in their own personal lives can contribute to such a huge change. It’s as if the call went out, “Bring in those who are willing.” And that’s all of you. Know that you’re connected to millions of people around the planet who are working in tiny ways to change the whole. It’s a glorious sight for us, those of us especially who had physical bodies during times when the world was in great turbulence, when we had to face our own evil.
Being in the non-physical, able to influence, able to perceive, watching over your shoulders, taking in all of the exciting transformation that’s going on right now—we are so honored. We want to thank you so very much and encourage you to become discoverers. And what do discoverers do? They watch, and then they are amazed.
Voices: Wow! Wow! Thank you, Barbara!
Barbara: Thank all of you.
Voice: I am resurrected!
Barbara: I sure feel that way. That was really fun and exciting!
Voice: It was very good.
Barbara: And as I was saying earlier, this will be my first podcast. I’ll send you out a link. I’m going to try to get it up on Earth Day, on the 22nd. Thank you all so much for participating.
Voice: Thank you so much for making this opportunity. I want to wish everybody a happy Easter, happy resurrection day.
In today’s inspiring telechannel, Einstein & The Party offer us a glimpse into an everyday meaning for resurrection, one that can help free us from the limiting thinking of our human minds. Our personal stories, he says, are the descriptions that guide the manifestation of our perception. Change our personal stories, and new possibilities are born of our new perception. Those stories can change overnight if we are willing to look beyond what we think we know.
“We want to encourage you at this time to be more experimental than you are predictable!”
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In this series we join Einstein & The Party and dive into Building Healthy Relationships. Once again we examine the nature of human consciousness, this time through the lens of our relationships.
There’s no getting around it—we are not alone. Seven billion people inhabit this oasis in space, and even though we don’t know the half of them, we have family and friends, children and grandchildren, people we love to be with and those we are forced to be with, as well all the random strangers we meet on a daily basis. Living on Earth requires having relationships of all kinds—some for moments, others for lifetimes.
We begin to learn who we are through the first rudimental relationships we form with our parents. From that basis, we are taught how to connect with our siblings and friends. If a loving family was not modeled in those years, a child can be deeply affected by imbalance and lack of grounding. Even with a balanced upbringing, relationships can be a platform to play out unfulfilled developmental needs of childhood. Those needs affect all relationships—school mates, co-workers, neighbors, bosses—and also play out in group relationships such as sports teams, clubs of affiliation, political parties, and a myriad of collaborations throughout life that call for cooperation and team work.
Learning how to live in a healthy community means understanding who we are, what we need, and how we can contribute to the world around us while remaining balanced and practicing self-care. It’s in many ways so much easier than we think.
This 5-part series explores and promotes the understanding of our power and presence in any of these forms of relationship, starting with self. This understanding will allow us to consciously contribute to the good of the whole while building a balanced but passion life within all our relationships. This power brings peace, and allows us to live in the world, but not of it.
Every relationship begins with a strong balance and self-awareness. Follow while we explore how our internal systems operate, what is ours to control or not, and how we can tend to our own gardens as a way to contribute to the global well-being.
No other human is closer to you then your mother. Regardless of the quality of relationship you have manifest with your mother, at the root of your existence is her willingness to carry you in her body. In this session, we examine those conditions, as well as well as how to nurture a loving relationship with the divine feminine within.
While we are carried by our mother, depicted as Earth and symbolic of the divine feminine and our inner world, we are received by our father, depicted as Sky and symbolic of the divine masculine and the outer world. Learn what happens without strong father energy and how to nurture a new connection to that energy.
Human hearts by nature long for companionship, inclusion and to create a family of one’s own. And yet, intimate partnerships can be one of the most illusive relationships of all. Explore the nature of intimacy in regards to partnerships and how to manifest and maintain that needed intimacy to keep long-term love alive and well.
No person is an island, no one stands alone. The health of our planet will be dependent on humans learning to live and work together to bring about the greater good. Any community is only as good as its members. Learn how to be a loving, contributing member of a global community. Understand how to become the change, and thereby bring even more fulfillment and joy into your own individual relationship to self! The circle of life!
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I am pleased to announce the release of my new eBook, Our Glorious Planet Earth, the collection of transcripts from the 2014 Winter Series, by far one of the best ever. In it, Einstein and The Party explore the five elements—fire, air, water, earth and spirit—and how we can use our relationship to them to expand our awareness, heal old wounds and resolve conflicts, and face forward to create our best lives yet:
According to modern science, the four fundamental forces—electromagnetics, gravity, strong nuclear force, and weak nuclear force—are the ingredients in the recipe of the creation of our Planet Earth. Trees, soil, animals, water, chairs, people—all of reality is constantly springing from a dance of these four fundamentals.
However, according to Einstein & The Party’s “neo-science,” the fifth fundamental force— Compassion—is the Intelligence that organizes the four fundamental forces into the intended matter and gives us a way to perceive it. How energy separates from the Source to become the forms we see in the world—trees, soil, animals, water, chairs, people, and of course, our body itself—is the result of Compassion’s mysterious intention to create.
In the Party’s intricate, intimate fashion, these dissertations explore our intersection with these various forces, and examine how our perception influences their manifestation on Earth. Using Einstein’s Maps of Human Consciousness, we can experiment with aligning to our own Compassion to influence the manifestations for the good of the whole.
Planet Earth needs our help. Einstein’s Maps present a fail safe process to ensure we are using our power to channel our deepest Compassion. In this way, we will become the Fifth Force. We are the Intelligence that uses our power for the good of the whole. In this way, we become vessels of peace, and can stand up to protect our glorious Planet Earth.
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I came across this quote from a book entitled, The Hope: A Guide to Spiritual Activism by Andrew Harvey. Harvey was an editor for Sogyal Rinpoche’s The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, as well as the founder of the Institute for Spiritual Activism.
The Hope articulates what Einstein and the Party have enabled us to do. Einstein’s Maps of Human Consciousness guide us into the root of the reflections that we see as the physical world. With clear instructions on how to take action and align our energy with Compassion, the Maps become a road map for manifesting the greatest good possible in any situation. Conflict REVOLUTION gives us the inspiration to take that liberating but sometimes difficult journey into the mirror of our own shadows.
Harvey explains in The Hope why just “living in the light” without a journey into our darkness is only half the process:
Those who follow the path of radical embodiment that contact with the Transcendent will initially experience chaos in our understanding of ourselves and the world. It will demand that we take a descent into our own and the world’s shadow and uncover and become conscious of the personal and collective forces of evil and destructiveness.
In a time as drastic as ours, union with the Transcendent alone, without the descent that marries our light with our most chaotic impulses and to the depths of the body, will not and cannot be enough. We have seen through human history how mystics of all traditions have used bliss and gnosis as a kind of subtle heroin, as an intoxication that allows to dismiss the body and all earthly realities as “illusion” and so leave them untransformed.
The marriage that the Dalai Lama spoke of between our left and right brains, between the outer and inner sciences, between the vigor of matter and the fresh waters of the spirit, between the body and soul can only take place through a descent into everything that disturbs this marriage. The great hope that we discover if we dare to follow this path is that this union of opposites, although difficult, frustrating, bewildering, and sometimes painful is not impossible; the great birthing energies and incessant grace of the Divine Light itself guide, protect, sustain and nourish us through everything.
To discover and live this embodied truth is worth every suffering and every ordeal. It is the secret gift, even the purpose, of the crisis we are all living through together: The greatest darkness constellates the most powerful, answering light; the greatest threat constellates the most impassioned energy of creativity.
Let us imagine together what humble, divine human beings, born into this marriage of peace and passion, could effect as instruments of God in the world.
The Hope: A Guide to Sacred Activism © 2009 Andrew Harvey, Hay House Publications
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Last month, I had the pleasure of spending some time in Corpus Christi, Texas training a new Conflict REVOLUTION® teacher, Robin Cordova, from Austin. Due to my focus for the past several years of documenting the events in my home state of Wisconsin, I have not been teaching Con Rev as much as I’d like to. So this journey back into the classroom was a real reminder of how brilliant this Einsteinian model is for advancing the evolution of the human species, as well as freeing us from the struggles of being human.
Once again, I was awed and amazed as the group took these philosophies and turned them into working models for transforming their particular and specific conflicts into creative, intentional solutions to any problem with which they are faced. Conflict REVOLUTION is indeed a formula to create unexpected, regenerative outcomes for the good of all. Call them miracles, if you like.
What I took away from the trip was a reminder that each time I choose to practice what I preach, I get results. Always. They aren’t always the ones I think I want; in most cases, they are not even circumstances that I could have predicted. But nonetheless, when we begin by resolving our own personal conflicts, as per this map of human consciousness that Einstein has gifted us with, we are much more apt to bring a positive outcome to how these natural conflicts in life play out in the arena of human drama.
Conflict REVOLUTION® is still one of the most intense forms of self-love I know. To take full responsibility for one’s power and use it to work for the good of the whole is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. No one else indulges us with such power but ourselves. If we don’t pick it up and use it, it’s as good as gone.
This holiday season, I hope that you have the wherewithal to take time every day to focus your intention. Confirm the inherited power of your senses, your thoughts, your emotions and your body, and push yourself past any self-impose limits that might be keeping you from your full happiness, health and abundance. Feel and breathe all emotion while you gain control of what thought you choose marry to that emotion. Listen for the Intuition and then choose loving, regenerative thoughts for the good of the entire situation and take action accordingly.
Life is our classroom, and every episode—whether good or bad, fun or scary, brilliant or stupid—is a precious act of creation originating from a mysterious power the begins within each of us. As we strive to make the world a better place than we found it, know that our work is never in vain. What we do to help ourselves to be fuller, richer, deeper, more loving individuals is also helping the human race evolve. And that’s a gracious plenty.
Just in time for the holidays, I am offering my annual 2.4.1 Holiday Reading sale. Buy one reading at the regular price of $149, receive a second one free. Hold on to the session to use later, or give it as a gift to someone else.
Readings are very powerful tools to help understand the deeper meaning of life’s events, and find creative and inspiring actions to transform any situation into a win-win. Take another step into the evolution of your soul. The time is upon us!
Twenty years ago on December 14, 1993, I gathered with a small group of women in the home of Teresa McMillian and did my first group channel. Along with Kimberly Lilith Phelps, we founded the Psychic Sorority and started on a mission that has stretched beyond our wildest dreams. Diaries of a Psychic Sorority: Talking With The Angels is the true story of how this journey to become a spokesperson for Einstein all began. In honor of that occasion I will be giving a free international telechannel Saturday, December 14, 2013 beginning at 5 PM CST.
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