Session 13 March 2021

aragorn

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
A belated thank you for this session.

I'm embarrassed to say, but I'm still struggling to finish reading my first romance novel. I started it several months ago but when I came to the point where the first sex scene was described I just couldn't continue. However, I've now picked up reading it again, and I think I'm gradually starting to enjoy it, and the inner voice asking me "why the h*** am I reading this?" doesn't come up as often as previously. :lol:
 

silos

The Force is Strong With This One
Hello silos,
Yes, most of the viruses are coming from the comets, but we, conscious humans can avoid negative effects by each person’s own inner positive makeup, and even we can enhance connection to cosmic information field.
And like every living beings, we do have free-will over beings that lower than our density, so that’s means, higher than our density beings are also have their free-will over us.
Some of more questions, you should research by top right “search” section. Or start to read all the transcripts from this link, 📚 Cassiopaean Session Transcripts by date
Thank you for your reply.
Yeah, I wanted to emphasize a ways for real pandemic to come.
1. Recombinant virus.
2. Cosmic virus sent to us to decimate us so the reptiles could have a feast (and other reasons).
3. Spreading a cosmic virus naturally origing from comets.

No matter the way a virus comes, humanity will have a weakened immnune systems. Also, my question was more inclined to why humanity will have a weakened immunity system - is it now primarily because we constantly disinfect our hands and there is no transmission of microorganisms during socializing?
 

XPan

The Living Force
I think you nailed it. If he was talking about something like morphic fields (a la Sheldrake), it might make more sense. I can see Sheldrake saying something like, "organisms and DNA don't exist independently, they only exist in relation to the morphic field which gives them form," which doesn't deny the existence of organisms and DNA - it just says that the fields are essential to them actually existing. But Levy has taken his largely metaphoric and poetic idea of the wetiko virus, applied that to covid (as if there's a strange ill-defined covid wetiko spreading illness, paranoia, hypochondria, etc.), and missed the point in the process.

I wonder...

The Wetiko discussion/Interview with Levy, was from 2014... I never took that (not did I intend) it as a primary explanation for SARS-CoV-2 physical virus, or for the Covid itself, as a disease.


At the same time...

Levy's analogy does has many good points (convergences) regarding the effects of the Plandemic on the human mind in a 3D STS environment/realm: The psychological effects which developed out of the Plandemic - by tapping deeply into 'creative' but tilted forces / energies - literally letting something far larger manifest as a result. We as human beings (all sids and colors and mindsets) are co-creators contributing to the whole.

Which happens to have resulted into the biggest crisis in modern history, affecting an entire globe. The sum of the phenomena were capable to sideline democracy in most nations - almost instantly ! Nobody would ever have believed it, if you/we were told back in 2019. (We had our ideas that something was coming, but not this bold the way it has turned out)

A physical virus alone, can't do that - not on a global scale.
(At least not without serious help from an extreme cometary bombardment, I mean)



The Plandemic is revolving around a physical virus, yes.

But it has been put on a deliberate pedestal - already before it's public entrance which made it way into people's awareness. Since 2020 it has been promoted beyond all common sense; beyond fairness, beyond basic rights & laws, beyond economics, beyond all good human behavior, and beyond evidence based medicine (thus it is out of proportions). And it opened a portal - to an even greater sinister manifestation: genetic injections - the tinkering of the physical human blueprints. But only for the entire world.

Not even a physical virus is that sinister.


The psychological character, reminds me of 9/11 - as an energy signature, the effect it had on humans/humanity. Tinkering, seducing and tapping into something far deeper, darker - reminding me of the expression 'dancing with the devil'. Like planted seeds.


The twin towers, too

where physical. And well planned for prior. Pulverized by exotic forces, and physically/geographically a 'local' phenomena (New York). Yet - the event affected large parts of the world - human beings - starting a chain of events - laws got changed (including medical ones) in most nations, as well opening for endless wars, wrapped under the umbrella of democracy.

So fast forward: A physical virus became the primary excuse for the manifestation of evil on a truly global scale for Corona 2020 - yet going way beyond any normal 'jurisdiction' of a physical virus - ultimately capturing/infecting the mind of men (even those with good intentions, walking the path of evil, often in ignorance).

There is clearly endlessly more at work, than just a physical virus.


Herein lies the story of Wetiko

which re-connects to what Levy tried to describe as Wetiko Virus Phenomena seven years ago. The old Indians knew what they were pointing out... An evil spirit. A distinct tilted energy signature, we all harbor in the depths of our 3D creation. And it happens to manifest itself collectively, becoming "literal" and "physical" - as we can look, see and observe... what is happening now.

Where is the boundary between a physical virus, and the spirit virus taking hold of humanity manifesting into the result of a crumbling world society, it's structures, at many levels ?

Where does one start, and the other end ?

(The name 'virus' in itself is of course confusing, especially in the days of Covid 2020+, no doubt).
 

XPan

The Living Force
Thank you for your reply.
Yeah, I wanted to emphasize a ways for real pandemic to come.
1. Recombinant virus.
2. Cosmic virus sent to us to decimate us so the reptiles could have a feast (and other reasons).
3. Spreading a cosmic virus naturally origing from comets.

No matter the way a virus comes, humanity will have a weakened immnune systems. Also, my question was more inclined to why humanity will have a weakened immunity system - is it now primarily because we constantly disinfect our hands and there is no transmission of microorganisms during socializing?

Maybe the immune system...

also can be seen from several perspectives; physical, emotional-psychological, spiritual. Each one - is a different arena - each one with different "languages" and manifestations. But they all revolve around creation (locally/relative & absolute) - and so it all plays in.
 

Menna

The Living Force
Q: (L) So in other words, if I just kept it to myself and I didn't create a stir, inciting others to struggle against the General Law, I wouldn't suffer so much?

I guess that’s why they say STO only helps when asked or only help when asked in general. Some people are on a soul level where some information does no good even if it’s objective.

So I guess we should just think about the fact that there's so much evidence of higher technologies, races of giants on the planet, I mean... It's also covered up. Look at that Smithsonian business. If I remember correctly, even within recorded history, there were giants discovered living on some - like Patagonia or something - that have died out. Of course, there's some evidence that there were some gigantic types still on the Canary Islands and in the Americas that had double rows of teeth.

(Joe) They found giant axes in various places too.

A: Indeed. The true history of your planet is little known. Refer to collections made by your Mr. Hancock.

I believe we are 44+ 2 chromosomes the giants that use to be on this planet were 46+2 I might have them mixed up but it was human body different DNA
 
Thank you for posting this very interesting new session!

It certainly seems that our history is far stranger than generally accepted ... Not that this is surprising to anyone here.

Regarding the romance novels ... I've been reluctant to engage in that direction, as I perceive that genre as being, well, kinda girly. This could well just be a program I have, that I should maybe examine. And yet ... really??? Are there no other genres that can provide a similar level of insight into karmic understandings? I usually gravitate more towards histories, or for light reading science fiction or (more infrequently) fantasy. Stuff with a bit of action. It isn't at all clear to me why genres that appeal more to masculine sensibilities cannot also provide a window into the soul and thereby, an avenue to self-reflexive insight. Maybe I'm missing something really obvious, but I'm genuinely curious if romance novels are the only way to do this work, or if it can't be done using other genres as well.
I agree. Not sure what the point is unless the point is that it is very helpful to some. Maybe not all. And yet, I enjoy reading them, just don't seem to be affected by them (not yet anyway) since I know it is fiction.
 
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Anthony

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Yes, I am on the bandwagon with "Romance Novels", downloaded the list, downloaded Libby app, since most romance books you can read as ebooks. Phew, didn't want to be seen leaving library with a bunch of 'soft porn' books under my arm. LOL. did anyone noticed C's last remark? "as the reality disintegrates". Very curious choice of words. And yes, I am noticing the 'disintegration'. Wonder how much bizarre is it going to take.

It's is interesting to look at disintegration in the context of romance literature. As we know from Dabrowski, disintegration is essential for growth, or more accurately, the right kind of disintegration. And that is the process that happens to characters in these novels. They go through a positive disintegration which leads them to a different level of being. Much of that disintegration involves letting go of false beliefs, rigid thinking, masks, and so on. By engaging in the reading process, it seems we are learning, little by little, how not to get overwhelmed as this global reality disintegration progresses. The phrase "Surfing the Wave" comes to mind.
 

silos

The Force is Strong With This One
Thanks for another fantastic session. A lot to think about, but one thing that resonated most with me is the reiteration of the fact that reading the romance novels is paramount at the moment. Unfortunately, I’ve barely managed to find the time to read Crucial Conversations. It took me a month probably. After working all day every day, reading feels like more work, at least in the sense that I need to be active in a way to read. It’s much easier to lay back and watch Ertugrul. Even that is slow going. Wife and I managed to see only 11 episodes so far out of 76 in only the first season. I’ll download one of the romance novels to our kindle and see if we can do that at least a few nights a week instead of TV. I’m wondering if someone could recommend a book that starts of captivating from the get go, something that will get us going instead of making it a chore to get to the good parts? Maybe that way we could get through a few of these before the apocalypse.
Days are too short. I wonder if hypnosis would do the trick instead of reading :) I love reading, but after work and sleep, you only have couple of hours left. Dang it!
 
I agree. Not sure what the point is unless the point is that it is very helpful to some. Maybe not all. And yet, I enjoy reading them, just don't seem to be affected by them (not yet anyway) since I know it is fiction.
And yes, I do know that there could be meaningful messages even though it is fiction. But isn't that true with all types of literature from all cultures?
 
It's is interesting to look at disintegration in the context of romance literature. As we know from Dabrowski, disintegration is essential for growth, or more accurately, the right kind of disintegration. And that is the process that happens to characters in these novels. They go through a positive disintegration which leads them to a different level of being. Much of that disintegration involves letting go of false beliefs, rigid thinking, masks, and so on. By engaging in the reading process, it seems we are learning, little by little, how not to get overwhelmed as this global reality disintegration progresses. The phrase "Surfing the Wave" comes to mind.
Do you have to read romance novels to grasp that?
 

Laura

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Well, well, well! Lookie what I found! Just discovered a Netflix show based on the Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn! So you CAN watch it on TV! :clap:

Bridgerton

The flick in NO WAY assists in the current project. The most important thing about these books is the lengthy internal dialogue.

No shortcuts.

A belated thank you for this session.

I'm embarrassed to say, but I'm still struggling to finish reading my first romance novel. I started it several months ago but when I came to the point where the first sex scene was described I just couldn't continue. However, I've now picked up reading it again, and I think I'm gradually starting to enjoy it, and the inner voice asking me "why the h*** am I reading this?" doesn't come up as often as previously. :lol:

Perhaps it will help a lot for you to read the thread and see how others see and deal with such issues. Obviously, sex is an issue for you and that is certainly one of the major "karmic and simple understandings" that we are here to learn.

It's is interesting to look at disintegration in the context of romance literature. As we know from Dabrowski, disintegration is essential for growth, or more accurately, the right kind of disintegration. And that is the process that happens to characters in these novels. They go through a positive disintegration which leads them to a different level of being. Much of that disintegration involves letting go of false beliefs, rigid thinking, masks, and so on. By engaging in the reading process, it seems we are learning, little by little, how not to get overwhelmed as this global reality disintegration progresses. The phrase "Surfing the Wave" comes to mind.

An excellent point. Aragorn, and others, would do well to keep it in mind.

Thanks for another fantastic session. A lot to think about, but one thing that resonated most with me is the reiteration of the fact that reading the romance novels is paramount at the moment. Unfortunately, I’ve barely managed to find the time to read Crucial Conversations. It took me a month probably. After working all day every day, reading feels like more work, at least in the sense that I need to be active in a way to read. It’s much easier to lay back and watch Ertugrul. Even that is slow going. Wife and I managed to see only 11 episodes so far out of 76 in only the first season. I’ll download one of the romance novels to our kindle and see if we can do that at least a few nights a week instead of TV. I’m wondering if someone could recommend a book that starts of captivating from the get go, something that will get us going instead of making it a chore to get to the good parts? Maybe that way we could get through a few of these before the apocalypse.

And is Ertugrul loaded with the karmic and simple understandings that we seek to deal with in the reading project? Highly unlikely. Don't waste your time. We may not have a lot of it.
 

Revolucionar

Jedi Master
FOTCM Member
And is Ertugrul loaded with the karmic and simple understandings that we seek to deal with in the reading project? Highly unlikely. Don't waste your time. We may not have a lot of it.
Well, actually, I’d say that Ertugrul is pretty good in that regard, especially compared to other stuff on TV. Just ask the Mind Matters crew. But I do understand your point and I can see how the reading project can make sense in the context of the Work. The thread makes it very clear that it’s been really worthwhile for everyone engaged. I still haven’t started though. The grind of normal life has been just exhausting lately, but I’ll do my best to find the time and energy. I should give an update on my marriage thread anyway, so more about that there, soon.
 

Mariama

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Do you have to read romance novels to grasp that?
The moment I realise there is still a lot I don't know I just listen to Laura and other elders and follow their lead. That doesn't mean we have to do this mindlessly, in the same manner we don't just blindly follow what the Cs are saying without serious research. But this is what I did when she started this reading project, because I (perhaps intuitively?) knew that this was the information I had been looking for for quite a while and I also knew that I could learn a lot, noticing a certain need to find out more about myself and others. I didn't care about the fact that these novels were not so-called 'literature' like Jane Austen's work for example (although Austen did teach me a thing or two which helped me deal with certain issues).

When we resist something perhaps this is the moment to investigate why we do that, instead of just giving it a go and see where it leads us. IMO, it's about having faith and non-anticipation. We don't know how it will help us unless we try and keep at it. The same goes for EE, NeurOptimal, and so on, as a lot of things are going on on an unconscious level without us realising it (until later). There are enough testimonials in the romance novels thread to give us pause, so why do you think it would it be different for you?
 
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