Breaking Free from the Prison of Our Decisions and Conclusions
According to Werner, we, the majority of average, normal individuals in our society, have concluded at some level of our consciousness that resources are scarce; the problem is inevitable; there are no solutions; and who am I to think I can change it anyways?
Coming from seeing life through these four filters, we approach things having no high intention, little belief in ourselves or what we’re doing, little confidence, little persistence. We already feel defeated. And it’s a short walk thereafter to decline and despair.
We may find that we operate in a flighty fashion, hopping from cause to cause in a superficial manner, concentrating mainly on “looking good” or “sounding good,” rather than really addressing the core of any one problem.
What we do remains a gesture. It doesn’t get to the heart of the problem. We don’t want to get to the heart of the problem because … well, who are we anyways, after all? And besides there are no solutions.
Around and around we go on a carousel of unworkability. We don’t do what works and nothing we do works. And everything remains the same but different.
You and I are lightworkers. For as long as we’ve known we were, we’ve been studying the channeled messages of the Company of Heaven, under whatever name it’s been called – White Brotherhood, Galactic Federation, Council of Love, etc.
They’ve coached us on the fact that this generation not only can make a global and even universal difference but that we will. This is the first generation in millennia who have the chance to make life on this planet work, to refashion the Earth from a prison planet to the Garden of Eden it once was.
The benefit of Werner’s comments is that the pitfalls he points to are part of what stand in our way as we shoulder the task of becoming financial wayshowers and setting the planet on the road to workability.
The pitfalls he points to are part of our conditioning. They run very deep. We lightworkers, who’ve cleared so many core issues, have the capability and the awareness to now start becoming conscious of and letting go of our conditioning. That for me is the next step.
The financial wayshowers among us will have to let go of seeing resources as scarce, breakdown as inevitable, no solutions to fix the problem, and, well, it ain’t us that needs to worry about it anyways.
Letting go of any piece of conditioning happens, as does everything else, at those three levels of knowledge that I’ve often talked about. We have to become aware of our conditioning at, not only the intellectual level, not only the experiential level, but the realizational level as well. Only then do we tend to let go of things as deep as our conditioning.
So this is the next step for us on Jacob’s ladder of consciousness: To lay bare the elements of our conditioning.
Remember. The Problem = Vasanas + Conditioning.
Us – Vasanas – Conditioning = Our Natural State, Who We Are, God.
We should know by now how to handle a vasana. (1) With this introduction by Werner, I’d like to turn my attention a little more in future articles to our conditioning, our ways of being, the reality we create and the ways we create it.
(1) How to handle a vasana.
(A) Feel the feeling. Experience it. Be with it.
(B) Name it. Vasanas are organized in memory under feelings.
(C) Ask the mind to throw up an image, word, tune, that will identify the original traumatic incident in which the vasana was created.
(D) Go back there. Be with the feelings that have proven so difficult for you over the years. Experience the remembered situation through to completion. Complete the incompleted. Experienced the unexperienced. Stop all resistance.
(E) The chances are the vasana will disappear, but it may come again weakened in force. If so, repeat this procedure.