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LIVE – Break Out of the Box – Ancient Aliens & Santos – Be Sure to Have Fun!
Video Journal Ancient Aliens – Close Encounters (s01e04) 1:29:05 Santos Bonacci – The Ancient Theology – Astrotheology Part 1 1:44:04
This is mostly a journal to introduce Santos Bonacci, but it's also much more than that. Even more so it's to help us break out of our boxes – the neat little ones we live in that say we are a separate person – as if there was such a thing, really. There's not. All is just One. Nonetheless, we have more than one way to experience these things, and in my book, any way that helps us open a crack in the Matrix is all good – no matter what. So, most of us have pretty rigid ideas around religion. That's the way it is taught, regardless of your religion, overall. I'm not knocking that with this. I'm just suggesting we might want to take a few steps back and be less identified with our beliefs. Most of us have no idea how literal it is that our Garden of Beliefs creates our experience of reality. We don't know how much in charge of that we are. So let's go experiment. Are you up for it? In the two videos linked above you will find two very different ways of interpreting scripture. One is quite literal (Ancient Aliens, believe it of not) and the other is much more allegorical. My
suggestion would be to watch Santos' video first. This one is more likely to push a few buttons for you. Now, why would I want your buttons pushed? Overall, to help illustrate the limits of your self-chosen, programming enhanced box. We don't know we're in boxes until we're presented something so very different from what we believe that it draws a reaction. By observing that reaction we can get a good idea about what kind of box we are in. If you have no reaction, then you're not in this particular sort of box – or we just haven't found out what comprises the bars in your cage. We all have them. There's no shame in this. Now, before we go any farther, let's all take a deep breath and remember what may be the most important thing of all – don't forget to HAVE FUN. Hey, this is supposed to be enjoyable. Truly, don't you think breaking out of your jail cell is a great way to spend some time and have some fun? I do, anyway. So, if at any time during either my video, or one of those I'm recommending here, you find yourself too uncomfortable, do stop. Push Pause, or something – take a break. If you'll do this you may find some inner communication going on, perhaps between self and Higher Self. You may find your self linking up a good bit as you work your way through this. I will also suggest that this internal communication is far more important than anything you're watching or reading. So certainly, make time for that. In other words, don't push yourself. Most have a tendency to do that – to be totally insensitive to our very own self, just charging ahead with things mind wants to investigate. Well, we are so much more than just mind, and it's time, and past time, to make room for that – lots of room, LOL. Part of the whole watch-and-observe thing I recommend so very much is to turn the focus inward this way. Only as we do this – pulling our attention out of the world to place it within – will we begin to take part in the ongoing inner conversation and sometimes debate – between self and Self. This is priceless – what more can I say? When I journal, I stop for nothing. If I make a mistake I ignore it and keep on going, to keep up with the stream, the flow of it. Later is soon enough to correct the mistakes. Yet, when I've got
my attention on something “out there,” such as a video or a book, I'm much more sensitive to how my Inner Self is handling it. I'm very quick to push Pause in these cases. Yet, what looks like very different handling for these things (i.e., forge ahead on one, pause frequently for the other) is just the same thing. It's being sensitive to what's going on, within. It's being attuned to that. I have found that, when listening to a video, if I start to get an idea on the one hand, or perhaps to get uncomfortable on the other, it is really best to push Pause. My Inner Man has something to say, either way, and if I'm inward focused, then I'll be aware of that. I'll take that break. This is one important way I have found of loving my self. There are blessings and benefits, galore, from just turning our focus inward. This is just a part of that. As we learn to become sensitive to the self, a whole new relationship happens. We can learn so much more of what it means to love the self this way. As long as our focus remains always outward-directed, then we're not even aware of what we truly want. We're repressing or ignoring that simply by our outward focus. Okay, so if you watch the Santos video first, you'll get a very good look at a new way to interpret the world's scriptures – not just the Judeo-Christian Bible. If it's a first introduction to astrotheology, then I warn you, it will be shocking. Keep your inward focus for this – watch your self. Stay aware of your feelings, your reactions – just keep watch. Potentially, you could learn a lot about your self, and that's the best knowledge available in the world. If you find your self getting upset by what Santos says, then may I suggest that you're likely very identified with your beliefs. You take them personally – even though beliefs, no matter what they are, are merely ideas. They change over time, as newer and better information becomes available – perhaps better translations – that sort of thing. So, if you get upset when your beliefs or ideas are challenged, that means you've identified with them. This points to you being identified with and as your mind. Can you see that? Otherwise, why would you react as if you had been challenged or threatened? You weren't – it was only your ideas that came into question, not you, for heaven's sake. Back up enough to be able to see this – or
I've lost you, already. Do you see how these boxes have been created for us – and how they are based on our beliefs? We keep ourselves locked away in the box by maintaining the same set of beliefs – a very neat cage. You may find it delightful to discover that you can have much more freedom to roam and explore – not by abandoning your beliefs – but just backing off from such intense belief in them. There's no need to identify with what you believe. That gives you no breathing room at all. I hope you can see this. I'm not giving you these two videos just to tweak your beliefs – you'll have to trust me on that. This is stuff I truly listen to, myself, and enjoy. Sure, they challenge my beliefs, too. When they do that, I just watch – I note it and go on. There's no need to do anything more. However, I wear all of my beliefs loosely enough that I can explore almost anything without much discomfort. I can have fun exploring new ideas, in other words – instead of feeling threatened by them. Do you see? I bet you do. So, though these may seem to be radical videos, I don't find them so. I think they present some really interesting ideas, instead. I enjoy watching them. The combination of the two videos is really good, too, to highlight the difference between the more literal belief in scripture and the astrotheological one, in which it is allegorical. You can feel, even in those making these recordings, the strength of their belief – and how powerfully they hold it. There's a certain rigidity there that can be felt. This is the strength of beliefs. How strong are your beliefs? Have you spent any time with Byron Katie, yet? If not, you're truly missing out on something important. She, too, can bring a real culture shock to you as she proves there is no such thing as a true belief. You've heard the sages and Masters say, in various ways, that real Truth can't be spoken. Katie demonstrates that. You'll watch many disbelievers be converted by her simple 4 question system – well, 4 questions and a turn-around, as she says. It really works. So, if you want to edge your way into this, you could perhaps spend an hour with Katie, first. I have a whole play-list of her clips . Try a few. Be in heart for them, of course – as for everything else.
I see all of these as ways to break out of the Matrix, out of the box of separation we're all in until we begin waking up. These are ways I used on myself to help expand my own vision, within. I hope they work even half as well for you, and I'll be happy. One way or another, though, each and every gain made by any of us benefits the whole. Your gains are my gains, and mine yours. It really works like that. Thus, theoretically even when you're just sitting around, you're still gaining – by all that your brethren are gaining for themselves. The underlying question here relates to the whole concept of a separate self. I find, more and more, that it's a lie. There's no such thing. Thus, anything that will help us break out of that, and back into our real union – I'm for that. :)) SANTOS BONACCI Ancient Knowledge Lecture Series Ancient Theology, Astrology, part 1 Ancient Theology, Astrology, part 2 Ancient Theology, Astrotheology, part 1 (same link as at the top) Ancient Theology, Astrotheology, part 2 Ancient Theology, Occult Science, part 1 Ancient Theology, Occult Science, part 2
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