In Part 1 of this transcript of Geoff West’s session with planetary logos Sanat Kumara, channel Linda Dillon prefaces the discussion with one of her own on how to create. Creation is seen as a process with steps that can profitably be discussed. Linda goes over each one and then turns the floor over to Sanat Kumara, SK, or Raj, as he likes to be called. Thank you to Mary for transcribing such a great deal of text.
[The transcript has been edited to remove the meditation instructions and similar matters.]
GW: Greetings and welcome to Heavenly Blessings with Linda Dillon and the Council of Love. I am Geoffrey West filling in for the vacationing Graham Dewyea. Tonight’s guest will be Sanat Kumara and welcome to the show, Linda.
LD: Hello again. It’s a pleasure to be here.
GW: I understand that our guest this evening will be Sanat Kumara.
LD: That’s right and I thought before we got into talking with Sanat Kumara, or about Sanat Kumara that maybe we could just begin with a little meditation.
LD: Not everybody knows about Sanat Kumara even though we’ve had some conversations, with you Geoff and with Steve Beckow, with Sanat Kumara, on An Hour With An Angel. But Sanat Kumara is the keeper of Universal Law and he is also the Planetary Logos. And what that means in terms of being a Planetary Logos is basically he is overseeing the unfoldment of the plan for Gaia and of course for everything upon Gaia, I guess that includes us.
He is from Venus [in a higher dimension]; he has a very long and established lineage. He is an Ascended Master, he is a very high Ascended Master and yet he doesn’t call himself an Ascended Master when we’re talking about Universal Law. He refers to himself as ‘Keeper of the Laws’ and, when I’ve asked him about that, because he and I have had many chats over the years, particularly about the subject of creation which Geoff and I are going to get into in a minute, is that he says that it’s important that people understand, all beings understand, that he’s the keeper, he’s like the custodian of the laws but that those laws come from the heart of One.
It’s that the explanation basically is how things work throughout the universe, how they operate, and so in learning and us understanding about how the Universal Laws work and how to work with them, we gain a greater understanding and a letting go in our own Ascension processes of how things can work in terms of our progression, both individually and collectively. And how we can assist one another in building community, it’s based on Universal Law rather than the old paradigms of old earth which are really being destroyed and going away even as we speak.
In talking with Geoff we thought that a good starting point for tonight would be for us to talk about the creation process. The creation process as again overseen and shared with us primarily by Sanat Kumara, but there have been many other players involved as well; including Jesus Sananda and Yahweh and Universal Mother Mary, the Archangels, even Albert Einstein has had a lot to say about creation and how that takes place. But before we get to that, I always take a great deal of pleasure in sharing with you how I experience or visualize or how I see actually, the different Ascended Masters or Enlightened Beings or Archangels.
When I look at Sanat Kumara he is very regal looking. You can tell right away there is no mistaking his energy for anybody else. He is in an aura – that’s the only way I can describe it – of gold. His gold just emanates from him, around him, from his heart, and it’s a beautiful brilliant gold but sometimes depending on what we’re working on, also has tinges of pink in it as well and of course that fits with being Venusian.
He’s very tall. I see him as very blond, golden hair quite literally, and eyes of blue-green, very piercing eyes. There’s no hiding, not that there ever is any hiding from any Ascended Master or Enlightened Being, but when Sanat Kumara fixes his gaze upon you you know you’re not going anywhere; you’re going to sit, you’re going to listen, and you’re going to pay attention. But he does this in a very gently, kind and loving way. There’s nothing authoritarian about him, there’s nothing of the old patriarch about him. It’s just that the love is so strong that you can’t imagine doing anything else except simply wanting to be with him and sharing that space.
So with that Geoff, what do you say that we move on and talk about what Sanat Kumara or SK or Raj talks about when he is referring to the creation formula?
GW: That sounds absolutely wonderful Linda.
LD: OK. We’ve talked about this briefly I think in other shows but we’ve never really gotten into it and I think it’s the perfect backdrop before we basically hand the show over to Sanat Kumara and ask him to share what wisdom he has brought for us tonight.
The creation formula is enormously simple for all of us involved in creation, especially right now creation and co-creation is one of the major universal themes. It’s because we are creating our reality and we’re also creating a new world, we’re creating with Gaia a new planet, Nova Earth. So they’ve given it to us as almost a mathematical formula and this is what it is: Intent + Stillpoint + Action = Creation. Now that sounds so enormously simple and yet the creation work is some of the most challenging work we will ever do, and the most rewarding.
We are all involved in creation processes constantly whether we acknowledge it or not, I think that’s one of the things that Sanat Kumara wants to talk to us about tonight. But let me just give you a little more depth to what the elements of that formula are about. And if you think of that formula as sitting on a blackboard or sitting on a cloud, it sits in a basket and the basket is love and joy and gratitude. We can’t create if we’re not in a place of joy, not in any real sense; oh! we’ve all brought things forward when we’ve been in a desperate place or in a position of desperation or in a tight jam, but the real creation, the creation that’s in alignment with who we are, with our sacred space, with our soul, only comes when we are in a place of joy, when we are in a place of enthusiasm, when we are in a place of really being in the love and being the love.
So the intent piece, that is the first element and many people talk about creation and they talk about the power of intent or the Law of Intent or the Law of Attraction and it’s important for all of us to realize that the formulation of intent and the Council of Love talks about this a lot; intent is a very important piece but that’s what it is…it’s one of the pieces, it’s not the full monty, it’s not the whole shebang.
We are guided that we do not spend enough time in formulating our intentions. Very often what we are doing is we’re trying to say “this is what I want” and then we bounce right into action. Intention involves what Sanat Kumara and the Council call dreaming, you know blue skying, taking the time to really explore and to peel that onion about what your intention, what your desire, what it is that you really are wanting to bring forward either in your life, into form, into relationships, into being.
An important piece of formulating intent is actually taking the time to be in your heart, to explore the corridors of your mind and really figure out what it is. So, a good example, a lot of people say “Oh, I want to win the lottery”, I hear that all the time, “because the money would give me financial freedom”. But really what you’re saying in that is that “I want the freedom to do my work, to be free of stress, to live in a society where I have flexibility and movement, where I am free to do my sacred work”. So take the time and not just say “Oh, I want to do my sacred work”, take it another step further, well, what is that sacred work about? How do you visualize it? How do you feel it? How does it feel not only in your heart but in your body in your guts, your stomach? Does it bring a smile in your tummy? So take that time to really formulate your intent of what it is that you want to bring forward.
And writing things down, of course we all know this and we don’t usually do it, but writing down your intentions is a really powerful process because you’re putting it into physicality, you’re bringing it into the physical realm. So the dreaming is important, the exploration is important, meditating on it is extremely important. Universal Mother tells us that prayer is part of the expression of intent, and I’m not talking about simply rote prayer. I’m talking about when you have that heartfelt conversation with Source, with your guides, with the Archangels, and you’re really expressing what you want to bring forth. And Mary’s been known to say to us also “there are times child when even screaming is prayer”. And so don’t feel that it has to be in a completely ritualistic fashion. Sometimes when we cry out for help that is the strongest prayer of all. So, in a nutshell that’s intent.
So when you’re working with creation take time to go into and really explore and formulate your intentions because when you do, if you look around and then you go back and measure, what we intend usually comes to pass and if it doesn’t it’s because it simply isn’t for our highest good. But Archangel Michael has also said to us so often when we’re working on creation and we’ve asked for that level of assistance, too often we give up and we let our intention and our creation process go just at the point when it’s about to come to fulfillment. So that’s very much a self sabotage process, so try and keep that in mind as we go forward.
The second piece, and these are sequential, so you formulate your intent and then you bring all of this to stillpoint and you’re going to hear Sanat Kumara and all of the Ascended Masters, the Council of Love, talk a lot about stillpoint. So what is it? Stillpoint is the place of nothingness and it is also the place where union and fission take place, what Einstein calls that implosion/explosion takes place. So what does it feel like, how do you get there, what is the experience?
You go to your stillpoint by going into meditation, very deep meditation so you let go of the random thoughts that plague us every day, you reassure your ego and your mind, your mental body and your emotional bodies, all of your bodies, that you love it, that you honor it and you’ll be back later. Then you go into your heart and if you visualize or picture your heart as a Valentines heart, your heart chakra as a Valentines heart, go directly to the tip of your Valentines. So it’s the place where it is almost intersecting with your solar plexus; that position is also the seat of your soul. So you go very deeply and how you do that is you begin to slow your breathing and slow your breathing, you can follow your breathe, start with a count of 4, inhaling, exhaling on 4 then move to 8, then move to 16 or 32, whatever you’re comfortable with.
Some people tend to get nervous about going to stillpoint and stilling their breath; there is no reason to ever worry about that, your body has autonomic systems, that automatically you start to breathe again when you need to. So just go as still as possible so that you feel like you’re not breathing, you’re not thinking, you’re simply in that place of oneness, of nothingness. And what you’ve brought with you to that place of oneness, of nothingness, of stillpoint is your creation. So you are bringing with you the plan that you have formulated, that you are holding in intention, and that comes with you. And when you know you are leaving stillpoint you will often feel a slight jerk, as if you feel that implosion/explosion in your heart, at the bottom of your heart, and that’s literally the point at which creation is taking place, where that fertilization is taking place. It’s dropping down, I’m simplifying this but never the less, it’s dropping down into your solar plexus so it’s as if the bottom of your Valentines heart has opened up, it’s dropping down into your solar plexus and it’s jerking, pushing, breathing out into the universe, out into the world where it can now take form.
Stillpoint isn’t something you can jump over in terms of your creation formula. So it is something that is worthwhile working on, meditating on, and getting to the point where you can hold that space of stillness for about 17 seconds, seems to be the magic number. So before I go any further, Geoff do you have any questions?
GW: At the moment I do not. Actually the formula appears remarkably simple as you indicated and it made almost perfect sense to me. Maybe the stillpoint wasn’t quite what I had originally thought, but is was certainly getting into that stillness of self and getting into that grasping point, but certainly to have something on focus, on what it is you are desiring to create and stepping into the space where self can become expressive and in that silence of the All That Is or the Nothing That Is and to carry that through with an action, it’s almost like WOW! and I’m not a mathematician.
LD: Yeah, so then we move into the action piece and that’s the last element and action, they should say, appropriate action. So when you have pushed out your creation from the stillpoint out into the world, out into the universe, you have declared that intention and you have set it free to collect what Yahweh calls the Creation Codes. So we’re collecting codes, we’re collecting love energy, we’re collecting energy so that it can take form, so that molecules can take form, but our piece, our human piece is also not just sitting home and waiting and saying “OK, now I’ve done this and it’s going to come to me”.
We need to take appropriate action and it has to be action that’s in alignment, of course, with your intention. So for example, and it’s an example I often use, if you are wanting to enter into sacred relationship or partnership or sacred union and this is something that you are working on, well, an appropriate action means that you need – need: there’s that word – that you might wish to engage with people because unless it’s the UPS driver that is your twin flame or your soul mate, if you never leave the house, you never go into situations where you might encounter your soul mate, then the universe is going to have a harder time.
So you need to cooperate and to take the actions that are in alignment with that creation. When you do that, when you do all three of those things, and as I’ve said this is the abbreviated version but I really want you to understand this, when you do this then your creations come to pass. Now part of what I want to go back and say about intent before we move into Sanat Kumara, is when you’re formulating your intent because we are humans and we are putting this at this time in dimensional reality, and I see fewer and fewer of us really anchored in what I call the old 3rd, put a timeline on it, make that part of your intention.
Yes, very often our unseen friends operate with a different concept of time but it would be incorrect for us to think or assume that they do not understand time. Mary and Yahweh and Sanat Kumara have said “Of course we understand time, in fact we invented it”. So place timeframes on what you are wanting to accomplish. You know, some things we want to create and we want to create rather quickly and then there are other things that we are going to work on, maybe for years, maybe for decades. So, put timeframes in there as well.
So that brings us to Universal Law and there are many Universal Laws and there are some that we are very familiar with such as The Law of Attraction as if we are creating and intending for something, we are pulling those creation codes, those energy molecules towards us; but then there are others that we’re not so familiar with. We’re familiar with Give and Receive, we’re familiar with the Law of Within and Without, which means that whatever is within you is also going to be expressed outside of you. But with that what I’d like to do is to step aside for Sanat Kumara to speak to you directly so that he can elaborate on what it is we’re talking about. So, I’ll just step aside.