Summarizing the False Self

August 22, 2008

Thankful Friday

As always, we will take a moment and thank those around us for their work and assistance.  Our first thank you goes out to the imsezha who have provided such wonderful weather for the last two weeks.  The weather this month in this area of the northeast US has been close to perfect.  (If you want to know who the imsezha are post a comment asking the question.)

 

Our second thanks goes to our readers.  Thank you for taking the time to read this site on a regular basis.  Our final thanks goes to WordPress and FeedBurner for providing the free tools that make this site possible.  Thanks!

 

What is the false self?

For the past few weeks we have taken a very detailed look at the concepts of true self and false self.  Today we are going to summarize the major characteristic of the false self and how it functions.  Our hope is that the more we recognize false self the more we will recognize the pain that comes from living in the false self identity.

 

We have learned that false self begins to be created as soon as we are born.  It knows it is supposed to be trained by true self.  True self is our nonphysical self that is the repository for everything we have ever learned.  At the beginning of each lifetime it is supposed to take charge and train false self to be the eyes and ears for true self during the lifetime.  True self is supposed to make all the decisions, not false self.

 

On this planet we do not do this with our infants.  The parents do not understand what true self is, so they allow the false self to take charge.  False self knows that it is not supposed to be in charge and begins to form its identity based on this fear of being alone and being in charge.

 

False Self Forms Attachments

False self in an infant is supposed to look to true self for guidance and its identity.  Because we do not train our infants to listen to true self our infants begin to take their false self identity from the physical objects around them.

 

The initial attachments that an infant forms are to their body and to those people around it.  Gradually the infant begins to form attachments to their thoughts and ideas.

 

By the time the child is about seven years old these initial attachments are set strongly enough that they will govern the child’s behavior for the rest of their life – or until they learn to retrain the false self.  There are times when true self steps in and says that we can rid ourselves of an attachment or a fear, and we do so.  However these times are relatively few and far between.

 

A Tangled Web of Fears and Attachments

As we have just seen, false self begins to form its identity from the fear that it knows that it is not supposed to be in charge of the lifetime.  It has not understood that true self is supposed to make the decisions.  It has also not been trained to listen to true self for guidance.  It becomes very fearful when it comes to the conclusion that it will have to operate alone for the lifetime.

 

In order to quell that base fear false self begins to create an identity based on attachments to the things around it.  As the child gets older these attachments become the source of the false self identity.

 

The false self identity is now made of such attachments as its clothing, its automobile, its body, its nationality, its religion, and many more.  Because the false self has yet to understand that true self is always available it believes that it is actually all these attachments.

 

The additional fears come from the perceived questioning or injuring of any of the attachments.  False self identifies with its automobile.  If someone scratches that automobile, then false self perceives that it has been scratched.  False self identifies with its religious beliefs.  If someone appears to question those religious beliefs, false self views this as its identity being questioned.

 

Frequently when the false self identity is injured or questioned false self thinks it has to defend or attack in order to protect that identity.  If someone questions its political views, false self thinks it has to lash out at that someone to defend its identity.  If false self thinks someone is going to take its possessions, it attacks in order to protect those possessions and therefore its identity.

 

The Difficulty of Retraining False Self

Ok – so we are starting to see where our unhappiness comes from.  Our false self is attached to all kinds of objects, people, and thoughts that it thinks create its identity.  We spend most of our lives acting out the fears that false self experiences because it is protecting its false self identity.  We know we are unhappy.  Why can’t we learn to become happy?

 

The reason why it takes awhile to learn to be happy is that false self is resisting us at every turn.  As we start to listen to and understand our true self we also start to question the false self identity.  We start to see the fears and attachments for what they are – our source of unhappiness.

 

Initially false self does not know whether or not it can trust true self.  False self has been running things for many years and has become quite afraid of anyone or anything questioning its fears and attachments.  It has spent the entire lifetime defending those fears and attachments.  It does not like true self questioning its identity.

 

We retrain false self by continuously facing its fears and attachments.  We learn to listen to true self and the quiet little voice that will not submit to those fears and attachments.  That quiet little voice eventually convinces false self that true self understands what is going on and can be trusted.

 

Although we can have great insights and make large advancements in a single step, the typical path is one of small but frequent steps.  We see a small fear and conquer it.  We see a small attachment and let it go.  We make the small steps as we see them, but do not wait for the big steps.  Those will happen, but they will happen in their own time when we least expect them.  The gradual daily progress is what will bring us closer to our true happiness.

 

That is all for today.  I hope everyone has a great weekend!

 

Until Monday –

 

Es kava turen hai

We work towards an identical goal.

 

 

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Recognizing the False Self – Attachments are Painful

August 7, 2008

Recap

Today we continue with our week of looking at the contrast between True Self and False Self.  In the last two days we heard about how the false self is the source of all of our fears.  We saw that fear is something that is learned during each lifetime.  Yesterday we got a feeling for how we can overcome our fears when we recognize the power of our true selves.

 

Today we will look at why the false self creates attachments and how those attachments cause unhappiness.  Tomorrow we will finish the week by hearing about how to use our true self to break those attachments.

 

How False Self Creates Attachments

We have learned that false self is afraid of everything, even its own shadow.  It hijacks those fears to take over our life until we use true self to retrain false self to not be afraid.

 

There are a lot of things that false self does because of those fears.  We have stated that false self knows that it is not supposed to be alone to make all the decisions about the lifetime.  Consequently it looks for external things to help it make those decisions.

 

In other words, false self is looking at external objects, people, ideas, etc. for validation.  Through that validation false self feels less afraid.  False self finds things other than true self for validation and gains an artificial sense of security from that sham validation.

 

The next thing that false self does is begin to think that it must attach to those things from which it gained this artificial sense of security.  Gradually (sometimes immediately) it forms an attachment to these external situations and then mistakes the attachment for itself.  In other words, the false self begins to think it is the things to which it has formed the attachments.

 

As we have seen in our previous posts regarding illusions and happiness, whenever we look outside of our self for happiness we will only find an illusion.  To expand on that idea, whenever we have an attachment we are accepting that something outside of us can make us happy.  Whenever we think that something outside of us will create our identity we are accepting an illusion which will inevitably lead to unhappiness.

 

Examples

Let’s look at a few common examples of attachments.  We will look at why we create the attachment, why we maintain the attachment, and why that attachment will always lead to unhappiness.  Tomorrow we will hear about how to start to overcome these attachments and find true happiness.

 

Attachment to Our Body

Entire books have been written about this attachment, but we will attempt to summarize the discussion in a few paragraphs.  As we have heard about, the false self is born without fears.  It is also born without attachments.  Initially it looks for guidance from true self.  That process is not known on this planet at this time so false self starts to look to itself for guidance.

 

False self knows that it is not supposed to be alone and begins to look around its immediate vicinity for something to use to create an identity.  Of course one of the first things it finds is the physical body it is using for this lifetime.  It creates an attachment to that body and begins to think that the body is its identity.  This is reinforced because everyone around the young child has the same attachment so there is nothing to invalidate the attachment.

 

This attachment causes pain in many ways.  First, we fear if we lose the body or any part of it we will be losing our “self”.  False self mistakenly thinks that any injury or sickness means an injury to our “self” so we must feel pain.  After all, an injury to our “self” has to be the worst thing we can possibly imagine.  As we become adults we have become so tightly attached to our body that the least perceived threat of injury to our body causes us to exhibit extremely fearful behavior.

 

Attachment to Our Ideas

Next to the attachment to our body, the attachment to our ideas is probably the strongest and the most common.  At an early age we train ourselves out of receiving any ideas from true self.  The only source of ideas is now false self.

 

It does not matter whether false self originates an idea or it receives the idea from its surroundings.  Either way, once false self stumbles upon an idea that it agrees with it attaches itself to that idea.

 

False self is always looking for ways to create or validate its identity.  These ideas get caught up in that search.  False self now starts to think that it is the ideas and thoughts that it perceives.  This always strikes me as sad.  Why should we choose to create or identity out of thoughts of hate, intolerance, greed, and the like?  It does not make any sense, but we do it any way.

 

Just like with the attachment to the body, false self views any questioning of its ideas as an attack on its identity.  If we think that we are our ideas, then anyone who does not agree with us must not like us.  If they do not like us, how can we like them?

 

Hopefully you can see how quickly this way of thinking can degenerate into outright conflict.

 

Attachment to Possessions

So far we have looked at how easy it is for an infant false self to become attached to its body and its ideas.  It is pretty easy to see that the things (body, thoughts) the infant false self perceives in its immediate vicinity are the thing to which the false self will attach most easily.

 

Another early attachment is to possessions.  The infant false self has its body, its ideas, and its possessions as its immediate physical surroundings for its first few years.  There are people around and it attaches to people, but that will be a separate discussion.

 

As we have seen with the other attachments, the infant false self views the physical objects in its immediate vicinity as part of its identity.  Just like the other attachments, any loss of the physical object is viewed as loss of identity.  Therefore loss of any object, or even the thought of the possibility of losing an object, will cause unhappiness.

 

Is it any wonder we are so obsessed with physical objects?  We attach to them as infants, never learn that they are not our identity, and spend our life acquiring them and then fearing that we might lose them.

 

Have you ever said to yourself that there has to be a better way?  That was your true self attempting to show you the way to true happiness.  We will talk about that tomorrow.

Until tomorrow –

 

Es kava turen hai

We work towards an identical goal.

 

 

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True Self vs. False Self

August 4, 2008

 

Welcome Back

Welcome back.  I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend.  I had a few great conversations with friends and enjoyed a trip to our local farmer’s market for some wonderfully fresh fruits and vegetables.  Finally, Turner Classic Movies aired 24 hours of Charlie Chaplin movies which I captured on my TiVo.  I look forward to viewing a few at a time over the next few weeks.  If you feel like it, leave a comment and tell our readers about your weekend. 

 

As we get into the dog days of summer in the northern hemisphere, we are going to start to talk about the True Self and the False Self.  There are many common references for each of the selves.  Through the course of the week I will explain why I choose these terms.

 

Are you ready?  Let’s start learning how to tell the difference between our True Selves and our False Selves!

 

The True Self

Most religions and almost all spiritual practices have words that refer to the concept we will call the True Self.  Some of these terms are soul, spirit, essence, psyche, inner self, etc.  All of these terms are attempting to differentiate our nonphysical nature form our physical nature, or our bodies.

 

We will use the term True Self to refer to the nonphysical part of us that exists at all times.  It is our being that exists between physical lifetimes.  It is the repository of everything we have learned since our Creator created us.  It is what our Creator created – our True Self.

 

The True Self is always happy.  It always knows the right answers.  It is not attached to anything in the physical world.  The True Self never knows any pain.  When we are truly in the moment we are being our True Self.

 

The False Self

All of our unhappiness resides in the False Self.  The False Self is the source of all of our fears, doubts, anxieties, self loathing, and lack of self confidence.  In short, the False Self is where all the unhappiness resides.

 

Unfortunately, we think that we are our False Self.  My goal for this week is to start to help our readers recognize when they are being their False Self and show that we have a choice to be our True Self.  We can choose to be our unhappy False Selves or be truly happy by being our True Selves.

 

Why Do We Have False Selves?

It seems pretty simple – if we have a choice between true happiness and a False Self, why wouldn’t we choose true happiness?  Why would we have a false self at all?

 

At this point it would take a lengthy explanation of the specifics of why we have a false self and how it really operates.  I hope to make this a multipart posting on this site during the next few weeks.  If anyone would like to start discussing it now, please post your questions or comments and we can start a comment thread on this topic immediately.

 

For now, we will start with the following explanation.  The vibratory rate of our True Self is too intense for our bodies.  A significant portion of our brain is actually a multi-segment buffer that damps that vibration so that it will not fry our body.  The last segment of this buffer is the False Self.  Therefore, the False Self is entirely physical.  This is a good thing because that means that any of our “problems” in this lifetime end at death and that we will not carry them into our next lifetime.

 

Now, because the False Self is entirely physical its purpose is also entirely physical.  All the False Self is supposed to do is be the physical eyes and ears for our True Self during each lifetime.  Another function the False Self is supposed to perform is that of moving the body around.

 

Let’s look at this example.  Let’s say the True Self realizes that we need to meet with someone.  It tells the False Self to figure out where this person is, arrange a meeting, and take the body to the meeting.  On the day of the meeting True Self does not care if we walk, drive, or take a bus to the meeting.  As long as we get to the meeting True Self does not care.  False Self makes the decisions about how to get there and how to make sure we are on time.-

 

The False Self is strictly the physical interface which True Self uses during a lifetime.

 

Why Is the False Self Apparently in Control?

From the time we are born we are trained out of any real attempt at controlling the False Self.  We allow the False Self to more or less run our lives.  All around us are examples of people who have allowed their False Self to be out of control, so we think we are being normal by being the same way.

 

Over time, as we make attempts to control the False Self it rebels.  It says that it is in control and it will not allow us to retrain it.  What we need to do is retrain the False Self to learn to listen to our True Self as it directs what needs to be done in our life.

 

One final note for today about the False Self.  On other planets the individuals recognize the damage that happens to their physical lifetimes when the False Self is out of control.  They begin training their children from the day of birth on how to keep their False Self open and listening to True Self.  Everywhere else children learn very early to limit False Self to its appropriate duties and allow True Self to flow through and control their lives.  Our hope is to help The Crystal Children, the Indigo Children, and the Star Children to understand how to train their False Selves in the same manner.

 

That’s all for today.  Over the next few days we will start to look at how we can recognize when we are operating from our False Self as well as some techniques on training our False Self to function the way it should.

 

Until tomorrow –

 

Es kava turen hai

We work towards an identical goal.

 

 

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What Is Spirituality?

July 23, 2008

 

This Week

We have thrown the term “spirituality” around a great deal in recent posts.  Today we will discuss what we mean by spirituality when we use the term on this site.  We have relegated illusion smashing to next week.  For the rest of this week we will be looking at some other subjects for discussion.

 

Current Usage

It is rather common these days to hear someone use the concepts of spirituality and religion interchangeably.  If we are spiritual we must be religious.  Consequently, if we are religious we must be spiritual.

 

To see the difference we will first discuss the concept of spirituality.

 

Spirituality Means to Live from Our Spirit

When we are learning to live a spiritual life we are learning to look inside of ourselves.  Inside of us we find our True Self or Spirit.  Some people also call this our soul.  Our spirit is the source of our happiness, self confidence, power, and guidance.  We discussed the aspect of looking inside for our happiness last week.

 

There are many authors, prophets, and great thinkers in general who have discussed the spirit at length.  We will not comment on those discussions here.  We will explain what we mean by spirit.

 

We each have a unique, indestructible, and everlasting part of ourselves.  This is what we call the spirit.  We have yet to discuss reincarnation at length on this site, but that conversation is coming soon.  Our spirit is the part of us that remembers what we have learned in all of our previous lifetimes.  It also remembers what we have learned in all of our nonphysical learning experiences.  In short it is the repository for all of our knowledge, wisdom, and experience.

 

When we enter a physical lifetime on this planet we are trained to forget any direct connection with that wisdom and experience.  We mentioned this when we talked about why the Crystal Children, the Indigo Children, and the Star Children forgot why they came here. 

 

We are trained to forget about our True Self (spirit).  We have a vague notion that something is not quite right.  We know that there should be more to us, but we cannot seem to find what it is.  Eventually many of us start a journey to discover our spirituality.

 

As we have discussed on this site, that journey is fraught with illusions.  Most of the people around us are caught up in illusions and cannot seem to admit that they are.  They exert pressures of guilt, shame, blame, etc. in an attempt to keep us from pursuing our journey.

 

Spirituality is About What Is Inside

As we begin our journey we usually have a number of misconceptions about what our spirituality is and what it will do for us once we find it.  One of the most common misconceptions is that we can become more spiritual by doing certain things.

 

Let’s make a list.  We can become more spiritual by:

 

Eating proper food

Doing yoga

Breathing properly

Being nice to people

Belonging to a particular group of people

Sleeping properly

Being more healthy

Learning about ESP, UFOs, crystals, etc.

 

What do all these things have in common?  These are all attempting to find spirituality by pursuing an external means.  If we are looking for our spirituality inside, how will eating the proper food help us?  Our spirit is not in our stomachs.  Through yoga we might learn to calm and quiet our minds, but without the proper understanding of how to use that mind we will not find our spirituality.

 

Finding our True Self is frequently a long and slow process.  It can take a bit of time to learn how to train our minds to see through the illusions that keep us from our goal.  It is far more easy to do the external things because that way we can prove that we are becoming more spiritual.

 

I have been a vegan for twenty years.  I must be more spiritual than I was when I still ate meat.  Maybe you are and maybe you are not more spiritual now.  If you want to be a vegan please do so.  Just don’t think that it will make you more spiritual.

 

I belong to this wonderful group of spiritual people.  I must be more spiritual now.  How do you know?  What makes these people more spiritual?  Why does belonging make you more spiritual?

 

Spirituality comes from living in harmony with our spirit (True Self).  That is inside of us.  Period.  The end.  Full stop.  ‘Nuff said.

 

Being Spiritual vs. Being Religious

As we have said so many times today, spirituality is about what is inside, not something we do about the outside.

 

With very few exceptions, religions are a bunch of outside rules, commandments, dogmas, etc. that tell us how to pursue our spirituality.  Religions (and other ideologies) concentrate on the rules of achieving our spirituality.  If we do not follow the rules then we are not spiritual.

 

As we have stated on this site, the reason that we exist is to learn and grow and to share that learning and growth with those around us.  The only rule is that we do not interfere with the free will of another individual because that keeps them from learning and growing in the manner that they choose.

 

Once we accept that there are external rules that can govern our internal spirituality we cease being spiritual.  When a religion tells us that its rules are more important than our pursuit of our spirituality it is telling us that their rules (which are external to our spirit) should control our spirit.  They are also taking away our free will.

 

This applies to any other ideology or methodology.  If someone tells you that they have a set of external rules that will help you find your spirituality then you must run, not walk to the nearest exit.  All that person wants to do is to control you.

 

Our spirit cannot be controlled by any external rules.

 

That is all for today.

Until tomorrow –

 

Es kava turen hai

We work towards an identical goal.

 

 

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How do We Prepare for Rebalancing? pt 1

July 3, 2008


Recap

This week we have heard about how other planets prepare for rebalancing.  We discussed how evolved planets plan for and adjust to rebalancing.  We touched on how evolving planets are assisted during rebalancing.

 

Our next two posts will explain how we can learn to adjust to the planetary rebalancing that will be taking place here.

 

What Do We Do?

As we have seen in our last few posts there are many moving pieces involved in a planetary rebalancing.  We have looked at scenarios where the population of the planet is very small compared to ours, the people are aware of the rebalancing, and they willingly work with the situations as they occur.  That seems like a pretty tall order for this planet to achieve at this time.  What is the best way for Crystal, Indigo, and Star Children to start preparing for the rebalancing?

 

As we have worked with our own personal advancement during the past thirty years we have struggled to find the best way to explain what is going on.  We have also searched for the best medium.  This may not be the best way to explain things, and it may not be the best medium, but now it is more important to get started than continue to “try” to find the best time and place.

 

Stay in the Moment

It may seem trite.  It may sound simplistic.  You may see more important things that need to be done.  You may feel that there must be better ways to do this job.  However, we have yet to find a better first step.

 

An earlier blog post talked about staying in the moment.  We still cannot stress strongly or frequently enough the importance of staying in the moment.  This is still the most important thing that we can do to cope with the coming disruptions.

 

As inhabitants of this planet our primary objective needs to be to stay in the now.  Being present, stay in the moment, be here now; however you phrase the concept it is the same thing.  This idea has been the primary focus of many spiritual and religious disciplines for many centuries.

 

When we are in the moment our fears have no sway over us.  That will be an important asset as the major disruptions become frequent.  Also, when we are in the moment our actions are no longer fear based.  By acting out of confidence rather than fear we will be effective, not counterproductive.

 

When we are in the moment we will see the rebalancing for what it is – a part of a natural cycle that this planet needs to complete.  When we are not in the moment we will feel the need to fight the rebalancing.  The natural forces that will sweep across this planet will be far greater than we can imagine.  If we are not in the moment we will become fearful and lose control of ourselves.  Then we will not be able to help anyone, especially ourselves.

 

Once again – stay in the moment.  If you do nothing more in preparation for the rebalancing than learn to stay in the moment then you will be far more prepared than almost everyone else on the planet.

 

As mentioned elsewhere on this blog, the best instruction on how to stay in the moment that we have recently seen has come from Eckhart Tolle.  His book “A New Earth” has helped many people.  Oprah Winfrey did a series of 10 videos that were 90 minutes in length.  You can find these videos at Oprah’s Book Club.  You will need to register with the site to view the videos.  These are excellent learning tools because they involve viewers calling in and discussing questions at length with Oprah and Eckhart.  We highly recommend this series of videos as the best way to learn to stay in the moment that we have seen in a long time.

 

We are not affiliated at this time with either Eckhart Tolle or Oprah Winfrey.  We receive no incentive whatsoever from recommending their books and videos.  We sincerely think the concepts they convey are important for everyone on this planet to be learning at this time.

 

Tomorrow

As is becoming our Friday custom, tomorrow we will take a moment to thank those around us.  It is so easy to get caught up in the perceived importance of everything that we do not take the time to express our thanks.  We will attempt to remember to do that each Friday and whenever else we find it appropriate.

 

We will also write a few paragraphs about the Independence Day celebration in the United States.  Those on whose shoulders we are standing were adamant about freedom and have inspired countless individuals on this planet in the last 230 years.

 

Finally, we will get back to the main purpose of the blog.  We will see how the concept of acceptance is crucial to dealing with disruptions that are coming our way.

 

 

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How Other Planets Handle the Rebalancing pt 1

June 30, 2008


Welcome Back

We would like to welcome back all the Crystal, Indigo, and Star Children who have been reading this blog.  I trust everyone had a great weekend.

 

Let me tell you a little secret.  Even if you do not think you are a Crystal, Indigo, or Star Child, don’t worry.  This is not an exclusive club.  Anyone who reads this blog and is open to what we are saying by default becomes a part of the group.  At this point it does not matter if you were trained to be a part of the group.  If this makes sense to you and you want to participate then you are welcome.

 

Our Plans for the Week

This week we will be giving you some information about how other planets handle rebalancing.  We will look at three separate cases.  First we will look at how evolved planets work with rebalancing.  Then we will look at how evolving planets work with rebalancing.  We will also see how planets that are inhabited only plants and animals deal with rebalancing.

 

All of these cases have ideas that could help us prepare this planet for rebalancing.  We will use the final posts for the week to see what we can learn from the way other planets adjust to rebalancing.

 

Are you ready?  Here we go.

  

How Other Planets Handle the Rebalancing pt 1

 

In order to best understand how we can work with the planetary rebalancing that we are beginning to experience on this planet, it seems that it would be a good time to learn how other planets work with the rebalancing.  On an evolved planet, rebalancing is known and understood for the recurring event that it is.  The people of such a planet view it as a great opportunity to learn.

 

Let’s start with a very broad look at rebalancing.  We have written about some of these aspects in other posts to this blog.  Hopefully these explanations will expand some of the concepts presented earlier.

 

We will start with planets that are populated and have become an organized community that is in physical contact with other similarly evolved and organized planets.  There is actually a group of millions of planets throughout physical existence that are organized and work together to help each other.

 

How Evolved Planets Adjust

A planet takes many millions of years to evolve and become a part of this organized group of similarly evolved planets.  One of the things the people of a planet learn as they evolve is that there is a natural rebalancing cycle of almost everything.  We have discussed elsewhere in the blog that this natural cycle for most planets is about four billion years. 

 

Hopefully, as you read this, you will see that this description deals with time scales that are beyond what most of us on this planet can imagine.  That is part of the evolution – to understand just how big everything is and how long it has existed. 

 

During the next section we will be describing some timeframes used for various actions.  The exact times will differ depending on the planet, but the general timeframes and the order of the steps is pretty much similar on all planets.

 

Several thousand years before the planetary rebalancing the leadership of the planet reviews the preparedness of the leaders to handle the rebalancing.  They also begin working on plans to handle the upcoming event.  At the same time they make sure all the individuals who are on the planet and those who will be cycling in to lifetimes on the planet are properly trained and have a full understanding of rebalancing in general.  The people of the planet also start to learn about the implications of the rebalancing for their planet.

 

Once a plan for education is in place the leaders start to implement specific steps to prepare for the rebalancing.  One of the first things the leadership of the planet does is to assess the skill set of the inhabitants on the planet.  They also look at the individuals that are anticipated to be a part of the population during the rebalancing.  When there are skills that are needed by the planet during rebalancing the leadership makes sure that individuals who possess those skills cycle in to the planet at the appropriate times to help with the rebalancing.

 

About one hundred years before the rebalancing the workers take action and start to move the individuals that have taken physical forms as plants out of the areas of land that will be going underwater.  We will not spend much time on reincarnation right now, but suffice it to say that both plants and animals are individuals.  These individuals are our younger brothers and sisters in the same way that those we call angels, advanced souls, or ascended masters are our older brothers and sister.  We are all children of the same creator and the reason we all exist is to share our learning with each other.  Reincarnation just helps us to learn our lessons more quickly.

 

In order to treat their younger brothers and sisters properly, the people on other planets start to remove the youngsters from their physical structures.  This leaves behind a lot of dead plants, trees, etc.

 

As some of the people are removing their younger brothers and sisters who are plants, other people are convincing the animals to leave their habitat and migrate to areas of the planet that will not be going underwater.  We will discuss these safe areas in more detail later.  For now let’s just go forward with the understanding that there are some small areas that do not go underwater during the rebalancing.

 

Most of the animals trust their older brothers and sisters and gradually make their way to the safe areas.  However, there are always a few who will not listen and insist on staying put.  Eventually, these individuals go down with the land.  They gradually learn through future lifetimes that they need to move before a rebalancing occurs.

 

 

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Why Crystal, Indigo, and Star Children? Why Now? Part 4

June 20, 2008

Yesterday we talked about how the project to help the planet prepare for the imminent planetary rebalancing was not successful during its initial stages.  Despite extensive training prior to the lifetime, most of the individuals forgot about their mission after they cycled into their current lifetime.

 

Today we will look at the current status of the project.  As we discussed in previous posts, Rayva (whom we know as Jesus of Nazareth) came up with a multi stage plan to send waves of individuals to “flood” the planet with people who were specifically trained to help prepare for the rebalancing.  The first wave of those individuals began cycling in around 1935.  As previously stated most of them forgot why they were here and made no progress on their objective.

 

By the 1970s and early 80’s some of these individuals began to get a sense that they were here for a particular purpose.  They knew they were different from the rest of the inhabitants of the planet.  Many had the strong sense that they were here for a purpose but a vague idea of what that purpose was.  These individuals began calling themselves “Star Children”.

 

The star children know they are here to heal the planet and help humankind.  That has clearly come through.  The problem is with the specifics.  They were supposed to be using the training they received prior to their lifetime.  Instead all they were able to do was rehash the methods that already existed on the planet.  Little progress was made.

 

However, from the late 1970’s to the early 1990’s the planet was also visited by an individual who was much older than Rayva.  This individual, Havar, also had much greater understanding than Rayva.  Unfortunately, Havar had not been available during the planning and initial stages of the project.  During his fifteen year visit he was able to understand the issues regarding the project and start to make some adjustments to the project that should help it to become more effective.

 

The first thing that Havar did was to greatly slow down the final stage of the project.  If you remember, the final stage of the project was supposed to begin about 1980.  This was delayed a few years to make some adjustments in the final training of those individuals who were yet to cycle into a lifetime on this planet.

 

That training was to correct the reason why the project team was forgetting who they were and why they were here.  We will go into greater detail about the specific functioning of the mind later, but I will make a quick explanation now.

 

Many spiritual and religious teachings talk about the True Self (soul) and the False Self (ego, conscious mind, physical mind).  The fact is that the true self is completely nonphysically based and the false self is completely physically based.  The true self has a much more intense vibration than the false self and there is a multilevel filter between the true self and the false self.  When properly trained that filter will allow effective communication between false self and true self.  However it must be there, otherwise, the intense vibration of true self would fry the false self.

 

On other planets, the children are trained from birth to use the true self to train the false self.  The false self becomes a tool that the true self uses during a physical lifetime.  This training is overseen by the parents and the other individuals who are responsible for raising the child.  Lesson begins at birth and the results are monitored through the child’s growth into maturity.

 

On this planet we do not train the false self to listen to the true self.  Instead, we train it to be aware only of the other false selves around it.  We tell the false self to act just like the other false selves and to not pay attention to anything that is not physical.  This is why the early members of the project team forgot why they were here.  It was trained out of them starting at birth.

 

So let’s return to the early 1980’s and Havar has just put the project on hold while training is adjusted for the remaining individuals.  They received some last minute training that gave them a few tools and some suggestions regarding how to properly train the false self.  They began to cycle into the planet again around 1984-5.  We know these individuals as “Indigo Children”.

 

As the indigos cycled in their progress was monitored.  It was determined that although the additional training had been helpful, some new techniques needed to be attempted.  The new idea seems to have been to teach the individuals cycling into lifetimes on the planet to push through the multilevel filter between true self and false self from the true self side.

 

In other words, they punch through that filter from the nonphysical to the physical.  From our previous explanation you should see that this is not the norm.  The norm is to work from the physical side and train the false self to open from the physical to the nonphysical.

 

This final group began cycling into lifetimes on this planet about the year 2000.  These are the “Crystal Children”.  They seem to be the most aware of why they are here of any of the project groups.  They are not exactly a part of the original project, but an extension of the original project.

 

That’s all for today.  Our summary is that the difference in the Star, Indigo, and Crystal (SIC) is how they were trained to break through the multilevel filter between the physically based false self and the nonphysically based true self.  Towards the end of the project an individual by the name of Havar visited our planet, saw the reason why the project was not effective, and adjusted the training of the individuals who had not yet cycled into lifetimes here.  These differences in training are why there are differences between the Star, Indigo, and Crystal Children.

 

I may not post during this weekend, but I will be back on Monday with another post.

 

 

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