At your urging I am watching the shoud. Lots of great stuff so far but I loved the opening "ending" consciousness is a creative magnet. Because we tend to like human stories that match our mastery, I thought I would share a few.
I am currently visiting my mom for her 70th birthday. I have not spent time with her since July 2016, which was painful. She is a beautiful soul. She understands the true teachings of Yeshua. Yet, she is madly human. I mean energy grasping, mental as hell, well, human.
Someone once told me, if you think you are enlightened, go home for Christmas. Meaning, you would most certainly realize you were not.
Well, I have to tell you I am more bothered to be in a big city than in her company. I find the sound of the electricity wires in the street and all the street lamps more annoying than anything.
The noise is obnoxious, but I am still just as expanded. I have not shrunk to the situation. My experiences are not hindered either by the city or by my mom.
Last night I took a hot bath and talked to Yogananda about his poetry in the book, Songs of the Soul, which I highly recommend. I went to Theos after that. I will add I am not sleeping much, but I am entirely rested.
This time last year, I would have shrunk in my mom's presence and of course, blamed her, when everything is my own creation.
Here's the first story of consciousness is a creative magnet.
I have never worried about money even when I had none. The first Crimson Circle event I went to was Threshold in October 2015. Adamus asked me about money and I said I was tapped into the enlightenment trust fund.
Mind you this comment was stricken from the Threshold transcript in which I said, "I have an unlimited bank account."
Did I really have that in my actual bank account at the time? No. But I knew - not believed, KNEW it with my entire essence this to be the case.
Also, I did not spend money like a crazy person. Abundant people don't do that because they have nothing to prove to themselves or others. People wildly spending money are trying to convince themselves of something. My mom is the prime example.
I stand by my enlightenment trust fund theory although not being attached to HOW it shows up is essential. I also found being okay with being homeless and happy in a tent - i.e. not needing money - was the best way to attract it.
I believe any and all of us can tap into it at anytime. If someone calls me a trust fund baby, I say "why yes I am!"
My mom is the opposite. Everything is about money. Grabbing at having enough. We were shopping yesterday and picked out the exact same pillows. Mine were one color and hers another. My mom was rambling on about affording the pillows. I did not even check the tags.
We walked up to the check out counter.
The lady exclaimed to me, "These pillows are half off."
"Great!" I said.
My mom walked up with the same pillows in different colors. They were full price AND her coupons would not work. She argued over the coupons for sometime and paid twice the price for the same pillow.
Not only was there the physical experience. I sat back and watched the whole energy of the exchange. Feeling like you don't have enough put off a stinch, an energetic stink, in life that begets not having enough. Then comes the energy leak.
You already know all of this, but I sense you like the stories sometimes.
The second story:
I decided this year not to do Keahak. Then when it started I received five emails inviting me to join. I had donated to Crimson Circle to honor it and say goodbye around that time. Yet, I did not pay for Keahak.
"Hey, Adamus, is this a gift for me or a mistake?"
"No, it's a gift. I want you to listen one more year. Write your stories about it."
So I signed up, and must admit I have enjoyed it.
If you guys tell on me, no worries D has a subscription and Linda says partners can listen. Also, I will know it is one of 55 of you. Kidding. I know no one will do that.
My point. I wasn't even expecting it, and I received a hugely precious gift.
And I said, "Of course."
I could write pages on everything and anything landing in my lap my whole life but that will get obnoxious. The thing is I have never felt I needed anything. Whatever I had felt like enough for now. And always temporary.
I loved Adamus invitation to sense into consciousness as a creative magnet beyond any mental concept. If you mental-ize it, like the old "it comes to me" saying, it is not going to work.
Instead of "it comes to me" I'd rather say for myself "It comes FROM me. I created it without even knowing while I was hanging out in my tent happily."
Let me know if you like these stories or find them too human. I'm happy to discard them as I don't gain a whole lot from it. If it is helpful I will share from time to time like this.
Okay, I am going to finish that Should now. I like no bullshit Adamus act.
Also, I want to add that the more money I have, the less I want to own things. I love my old beat truck and a room without any nick knacks. The more stuff you own, the more it seems to own you. Give me a clean blank room in open natural landscapes over the Villa Ahmyo any day ;)
"The Ahmyo Life is not about being rich," Adamus said in the last Keahak.
In fact, I feel abundance has absolutely nothing to do with a bank account. It is when you feel passionate about creating something you can do so simply by being, without any dependence from outside of yourself.
Also, a concept from "The Red Lion" and Adamus' last life.
Something I will write about more...