Tune-in. Ong Namo….
Let’s do this Meditation For Deep Intuition (SSSji Lecture M074 — 920423)
Part 1. Hold hands out forwards; elbows bent and in at the sides, Fingers are straight. Right hand, palm faces slightly up (60 deg from horizontal); left palm down but slightly up (30 deg from horizontal).
Eyes are focused at the tip of the nose. Hold this posture.
Breathe very slowly. Inhale as long as you can, hold as long as you can, exhale as long as you can.
Time: 11 min.
To Finish: Inhale, hold, squeeze. Synchronize the body. Stiff as steel. Feel Shuniya. Exhale. Relax. — 3x
Part 2. Arms out straight at sides, 60 deg, stiff, ﬁngers spread.
Move arms in big circles, backwards. Keep arms and ﬁngers stiff.
Eyes are focused at the tip of the nose.
Time: 2.5 min.
Part 3. Continue moving the arms in big circles, backwards.
Stick the tongue as far out as it will go. Put pressure on the throat by holding out the tongue.
Breathe through the mouth.
Do it hard and fast.
Time: 5 min.
Part 4. Arms up straight, palms together.
Powerful Breath of Fire.
Time: 3.5 min.
To Finish: Inhale, hold, stretch tight, exhale — 3x
Part 5. Arms straight, ﬂat out in front, palms up.
Close the eyes.
Breathe long and deep.
Listen to or sing Bountiful, Blissful & Beautiful.
Time: 3 min.
Inhale, hold the breath, exhale, relax.
That Meditation changes the chemistry of the brain. It separates the functions of the pituitary and the pineal glands, which has an effect of giving you deep intuition.
Okay. Let’s put our intuition to work. Let’s do something that we haven’t done for quite a long time. Let’s try to heal something from the past. The past is a relative thing. Sometimes something that happened that seemed that it was in the past is still with us; right? Especially a traumatic event or something you just don’t get over: It feels present. Well, let’s work on healing something like that in the past.
We’re going to place our awareness in a particular aspect. We’re going to access our memory. As the healer we’re not going to remember anything; however, we’re going to access our memory as though we are remembering something. We all do it. When you try to remember something, you go to where your memory is. We’re going to go to where our memory is. We’re going to open the space, and we’re going to sit in that place where we remember. We don’t usually do it without a purpose, object, or focus; however, we’re not going to have any object or focus here, except to heal.
You’ll relate with your partner to heal. We’re going to heal through that aspect of our awareness. We’d like to heal something in our partner’s past.
Okay. Let’s try it.
Round One : Open the space. Feel the sounds as they manifest inside you. Merge with that experience of the sounds inside you. Be aware of what is being produced by your mind. Just observe it. Watch the flow. Now go to that place in your mind where you can remember, as though you’re trying to remember something. Don’t try to remember anything in particular. Just go to where your memory is. Relate with your partner from that place of memory where you remember, with the intention of healing something that is recalled by your partner in your partner’s memory. Find some place in the memory that’s a point of irritation. Give space to those memories, and release their attachment. Come to conclusion.
What seems to be the nature of the attachment to a memory that keeps it present? In general it’s emotional.
Round Two : Open the space. Feel the sounds as they’re expressed inside you. Be aware of how the sounds are stimulating the thoughts. Observe the thoughts as they flow. Continue to feel the sounds as they’re expressed inside you. Observe the flow in the mind. Go to that place in your mind where you remember just in general. Don’t try to remember anything in particular, just where you go when you remember something. Only go to that place where you remember. Still feel the sounds inside you, and how they affect your experience of that place where you remember. From this place relate with your partner in this space of remembering with the intention of healing something that’s present in your partner’s memory. Feel how it’s affecting you. Give space to that. Don’t resist the thoughts. Give space to them. As the resistances resolve, go further and deeper back into your partner’s memory. Go to the First Chakra. Memories are stored there. Relate with that. Go to the darkest place in the space, and dwell there. Heal the memories that come from the First Chakra. Release the resistance. Come to conclusion.
That was an interesting journey. That could be very effective to go to the deepest root of some things that just are bugging somebody that become compulsions, maybe some things that happened a long time ago — maybe an event or maybe not, some experience, something that affected the person’s patterns of thought, behavior, perception.
You can go through all these layers, very emotional at first. You go through all the emotions. Then the emotions start to settle down. Then you can go to the really tough stuff.
Most of the emotional baggage is fear-based in people, motivating them to do things in ways that are just expressions of their fear.
Darkness is a perception. Since we were already Dreaming, I thought we would go through that Gate that goes into the Earth.
That felt pretty good for the Tiny Pets. Yeah, it was pleasant. The space was really nice, free, easy, and open. There wasn’t a lot of conflict in in it. That’s a nice approach.
Okay then. We’ll finish.
Sat Nam. Sat Nam. Sat Nam. (silent prayer….)
A pretty major component of the subconscious is old pattens of memory of the Soul.
These are Warrior Days, too. There’s still a lot of violence perpetrated on people in very grotesque ways. It’s not always in a dungeon with physical instruments of torture; however, there are a lot of pressures that are put on people in a way that is like torture: psychological pressures, pressures of feeling helpless in fulfilling their Destiny. They can’t accomplish what they know they have to do. Just a regular person who has a family may have a lot of trouble providing for that family. That’s torture. Watching people hungry and exposed to the elements is violence. That’s violence.
We should try to heal anything that we can relate with, have an experience, and contain that. In some way we’ll have an experience of it. If we can contain that without imagining what we think that is, then it will have a big effect and an impact: maybe make the person stronger in the way that person needs to be stronger, or however it will work. We don’t have to understand the mechanics of how it will work necessarily. We may be given the knowledge of that at some point in doing that; however, we don’t start with that. Just contemplate it.
Very often when you deal with things that are really different, or dealing with people’s attitudes, or dealing with really ingrained patterns of behavior, it could feel very uncomfortable and feel wrong — that that’s not what this is that you’re experiencing; however, it is what you’re experiencing, without going to the imagination of what you think it is. Sometimes it gets very uncomfortable relating with conditions in healing. We just need to contain it though, no matter how uncomfortable it is, or even if we doubt it and think that it’s not right, that this couldn’t be it; however, it is it. Whatever the experience you’re having is it. Maybe it’s producing a lot of thoughts or a lot of doubts, or you want to reject it. That is what it is. We just allow that experience, however it manifests. Because we picked something that seems a little unusual and you wouldn’t really know how that could be fixed, it’s still okay. Go there. Relate with it. Contain it.
I’ve contemplated a lot on the positions that people take who are very firm, strident, unyielding, intractable, and they say, “I’m never going to change.” The things that brings up are those kinds of feelings: “This is impossible. How will this ever be different? How can this change?” As long as we ourselves don’t hold a position about it, a belief that it must be this or it must be that, then we’ll be okay. We’ll be able to heal something. We’ll be able to have an impact on it — just not taking a position and not holding any particular belief about it: “This is because of that. What these guys are doing is wrong.” That really isn’t a useful part of our healing process.
You can relate and see what happens. Maybe there will be some effect; however, we don’t need to expect any particular outcome, such as, “Oh, he’s finally going to change in a perceptible way, or in a way that we expect him to change.” That may not happen. I don’t think we should expect that. It doesn’t matter. If you’re healing, you’re just healing.
You have to see how you can be effective in any situation. If you find an opportunity where confronting him with it will shed light on it in some way that matters, then maybe that’s a good thing to do. Just confronting him and saying, “You’re bad” probably won’t work. There could be risks.
We don’t need to know the particular mechanics of how things resolve or what trajectory it’s going to take because it’s really complicated; so we contemplate. That’s the answer to everything. Just contemplate. Give it space. Try not to get too upset. Don’t react. Just be watchful for where there’s some opening. There has to be an opening for something to happen. That’s where you apply intensity.
Applying intensity, saying, “I saw you do that. You’re really bad,” you’re pushing directly against and opposite to the way this person is already pushing; and so that doesn’t have a big effect. The person pushes harder. “No. I’m not bad. You’re bad.” Then maybe they set you up to look really bad if they have a lot of power. If there’s an opening somewhere that goes in-between or perpendicular to what they’re doing and the direction they’re pushing, then maybe you can have some effect on something.
It’s how the U.S. Government put Al Capone in jail. They were trying to get him for all those people he had killed and all of the mayhem that he caused in his life. They could never do it because he was so protected and so insulated from the people who were doing all these things for him. They went sideways. They said, “Oh, yeah. Look at this, man, your books, your accounting.” It’s just as good. They got him on his accounting. It was just as valid at the time for whatever happened there to put this guy in jail for accounting fraud, manipulation, and bad reporting. That was how they got him to go to jail. They could never get him for the really bad stuff. That was an opening.
Sometimes that’s what being really clever is: just waiting, watching, and finding when there’s an opening to do something and be effective in something. They’ll change, or something will make them change, or there will be pressure on them that you’re not putting on them directly because they’ll just resist that.
When you’re healing and you find resistance, you don’t push the resistance. You expand that experience. We make it Silent. There’s no pushing. Then something can happen. That’s when you’re effective as a healer.
Okay then. We’re finished.