Each time a vasana (or sleeping volcano) goes off, I learn a little more about the process of clearing. The disappointment I felt yesterday when NASA scientists joked about extraterrestrials in their interview when ETs surround our planet and are about to change the course of human history triggered a vasana. Were I unaware of […]
Processing the Upset
Every time a sleeping volcano goes off, I learn so much more about the process. But it’s seldom “fun.” For instance, one of the emotions I’m feeling in response to SaLuSa’s message this morning is dismay. Without having gotten to the bottom of the vasana, I can’t say why I’m dismayed. To do so would […]
Lauren Gorgo: On Your Mark … Get Set….
In Lauren’s current message, the Pleiadian High Council says: “The current rate of vibration on the planet has increased to magnitudes never before experienced in human form. This level of energy is pushing to the surface each and every weakness that exists both within the individual and collective experience. To know that you are becoming […]
Paul Beckow: We’re Seldom Upset for the Reason We Think
I didn’t realize until the last time I visited my brother that we talk about the same subjects. I call it “vasanas” and he calls it “upsets.” I acknowledge how important my brother’s influence has always been in my life and how much I love him. We’re Seldom Upset for the Reason We Think Taken […]
Can Illness Be Caused by Major Reactive Patterns?
Can illness be caused by major reactive patterns? And can illness be part of the universe’s message to us that we need to flatten a reactive pattern? Last year I was sick for approximately six months with colitis. It took several months to diagnose. It involved food allergies and other things as well. This year […]
Vasanas and This Work
“Vasana” is a Vedantic term for a persistent reaction pattern triggered by a current upset which resembles a past upset. The patterns that are troublesome to us and thus come to our attention are usually negative. They give rise to unwanted conditions. In the past, I’ve used the shorthand term “unfinished business” as a synonym. […]