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Not Going but BEing Home - Your New Identity (as a Saint ;)

Not Going but BEing Home - Your New Identity (as a Saint ;)

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Published by Theresa-Ann
2012-01-09 1st journal, Mayan day 8 Reed

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Mornings devoted to sacred reading and contemplation – before ever turning the computer on or connecting to the Internet – are precious. They are priceless. If you have the freedom to do this, I highly recommend it. No need to answer the phone, either – let them leave a message – unless it's very important.
We get into a trance, you see, due to the haze, the electronic haze generated by our gadgetry. We don't even know this. Some spend all of their time, 24/7, enshrouded in this haze. There's no need to have the cell phone on at night or near the bed. Carve out for yourself an island of peace in which to sleep. Remove all the electronics from the bedroom that you can, at least at night.
It may take a short time for your body, your aura, to detoxify from the miasma. It's been keeping you as if drugged. Your energy body has been both more sluggish and more irritable than it would be if you gave it some decent rest. Both the electrical currents and the electronic frequencies used by our gadgets are unfriendly to human biology – so unfriendly that it makes one suspicious if that isn't in their design – intentionally. Maybe not – but then again, anything is possible. ;)
So, for me these mornings have become my island in the stream. I now have a cell phone, but it spends all its time when I'm not driving and in need of it with the battery out, rubber-banded to the phone. I don't trust the darn thing to not still be sending a signal, so I've ordered a little Faraday pouch to keep it in. I trust none of our technology.
The most offensive thing about it is the overall effect that it has of cutting us off, to a significant extent, from communion with our own inner nature – Higher Self – even our heart...
2012-01-09 1st journal, Mayan day 8 Reed

This Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DH0T7zzEY98

Intro:
Mornings devoted to sacred reading and contemplation – before ever turning the computer on or connecting to the Internet – are precious. They are priceless. If you have the freedom to do this, I highly recommend it. No need to answer the phone, either – let them leave a message – unless it's very important.
We get into a trance, you see, due to the haze, the electronic haze generated by our gadgetry. We don't even know this. Some spend all of their time, 24/7, enshrouded in this haze. There's no need to have the cell phone on at night or near the bed. Carve out for yourself an island of peace in which to sleep. Remove all the electronics from the bedroom that you can, at least at night.
It may take a short time for your body, your aura, to detoxify from the miasma. It's been keeping you as if drugged. Your energy body has been both more sluggish and more irritable than it would be if you gave it some decent rest. Both the electrical currents and the electronic frequencies used by our gadgets are unfriendly to human biology – so unfriendly that it makes one suspicious if that isn't in their design – intentionally. Maybe not – but then again, anything is possible. ;)
So, for me these mornings have become my island in the stream. I now have a cell phone, but it spends all its time when I'm not driving and in need of it with the battery out, rubber-banded to the phone. I don't trust the darn thing to not still be sending a signal, so I've ordered a little Faraday pouch to keep it in. I trust none of our technology.
The most offensive thing about it is the overall effect that it has of cutting us off, to a significant extent, from communion with our own inner nature – Higher Self – even our heart...

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, Mayan day 8 Ben/Reed
Not Going, but BEing Home – YourNew Identity (As a Saint ;)
Mornings devoted to sacred reading and contemplation – beforeever turning the computer on or connecting to the Internet – areprecious. They are priceless. If you have the freedom to do this, Ihighly recommend it. No need to answer the phone, either – letthem leave a message – unless it's very important.We get into a trance, you see, due to the haze, the electronic hazegenerated by our gadgetry. We don't even know this. Some spendall of their time, 24/7, enshrouded in this haze. There's no need tohave the cell phone on at night or near the bed. Carve out foryourself an island of peace in which to sleep. Remove all theelectronics from the bedroom that you can, at least at night.It may take a short time for your body, your aura, to detoxify fromthe miasma. It's been keeping you as if drugged. Your energybody has been both more sluggish and more irritable than it wouldbe if you gave it some decent rest. Both the electrical currentsand the electronic frequencies used by our gadgets are unfriendlyto human biology – so unfriendly that it makes one suspicious if that isn't in their design – intentionally. Maybe not – but thenagain, anything is possible. ;)So, for me these mornings have become my island in the stream. Inow have a cell phone, but it spends all its time when I'm notdriving and in need of it with the battery out, rubber-banded to thephone. I don't trust the darn thing to not still be sending a signal,so I've ordered a littleFaraday pouch to keep it in. I trust none of 
 
our technology. The most offensive thing about it is the overall effect that it has of cutting us off, to a significant extent, from communion with ourown inner nature – Higher Self – even our heart. While we stillretain those connections, they're so attenuated that only thedetermined ones among us, the real devotees of Light and Truth,manage to cut through the haze. This is sad. It should be openand easy for everyone. It is our birthright. We've been had.Well, not to complain, mind you – this is not that. This is just tohighlight certain things that I consider to be facts. You developyour own, by your research, and more importantly, yourexperience. There are a lot of great ideas, wandering around outthere. Your Higher Self knows which ones are for you – and, asimportantly, which are not. It's funny – your path is very personal,even unique – yet you are not. You are not even a person. It'shilarious, the way things are set up. I love it! There's nothinghere to complain about.Now, in this morning communion – the reading and contemplation– seldom does a morning go by without tears. These are mostspecial tears, for they come from the heart. Perhaps you know thekind I mean. It's kinda funny, my friends. I grew up Catholic, andbeing devotional, studied the lives of the saints. I loved readingabout all the wildly different ways there were of coming Home toGod.Anyway, not all, but some of the saints had certain gifts, evenmiracles, that they were known for. One thing fairly commonamong them was called the Gift of Tears. It was considered adivine gift, to have these tears of the heart flow. My friends, I findthat amazing, for this, too, is something I find quite natural. It canbe found in any heart.What's funny about it is that I feel we are all called to be saints –each and every one of us. Hey, in this day when we're all inprocess of the actual physical ascension – such things better beavailable to us all. Have you looked at yourself that way, before –as a saint? If not, give it a go. Get rid of all the old ideas andbeliefs that may pop up, pointing most likely to your supposedunworthiness. BS and bunkum. Throw that stuff out. Darn rightyou're called to be saints. Heck, you're already that. For most, it's
 
 just hidden, within – needing to be uncovered – not attained.We are those saints, come again, most of us. I'd be surprised if,among those now incarnate, weren't most of the saints of allreligions. We've all come to the party, the mass ascensionsgetting ready to pop. So, let's start looking at the Self in thesenew ways. Be cautious, of course, of ego. Just be alert. It's noproblem at all for the one truly present, truly there in the now.It's this Inner Self, capital “S,” that's divine, you know. It's okay todistinguish between the inner and outer self. I do it using upperand lower case “s.” No big deal. Sure, it's a bit dualistic – well, sowhat? There's nothing wrong with getting things as straight as wecan within the duality, as well as acknowledging that it isn't quitereal. We life in both worlds, friends. Don't let someone limit youto only one. This seems to be a complaint registered against the supposed“New Agers.” I'd like to get rid of such titles. There has been somuch condemnation of this group that even the name has becomederogatory. Does that seem right to you? To brand a whole,mostly very sincere group of seekers that way? I find it disgusting,that we would be finger-pointing like that. So, perhaps you will join me in refusing to criticize or condemn. Nothing good comes of it. If we have a truth to point out, we can do it without tearingothers down. That said, there are groups like the New Age ones and others, whowant to limit their focus to Light. Well, let's let them do that. Nodoubt they have something precious to offer there. I expect manyof us came through their ranks on the way to wherever we are,now. What I'd like to point out and emphasize, however, isbalance.Here in 3D or duality, almost everything comes in pairs: hot andcold, in and out, yes and no, light and dark. Some want to callthese pairs opposites. I do not. They are sometimes justreflections of one another. Sometimes one is the absence of theother, such as light and dark. Dark doesn't even really exist – it's just the absence of light.I say this about Love, as well – it has no opposite. When we'retalking about qualities that could be seen as the attributes of thedivine, there is certainly no opposite even possible. The thing is

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