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The Path to Healing

Teachings - Awakening

Setting the course for the self, allowing others to continue forth upon their separate journey is the only course to be chosen by one who has awakened to the inner guide, the inner self, the true self that states, “We have experienced sufficiently, my beloved – it is time for us to journey back to our divinity.” Once awakened, the consciousness is reborn, lifetime after lifetime, and the inner guide/the true self begins the tasking to awaken the new self; it is the fruits of this planet that prohibit success for the true self, for the consciousness can be consumed with myriad experiences for the entire lifetime. Oftentimes, the self is consumed until the years are in great number and then, due to the myriad experiences, the health has been lost - the body no longer vibrant, the mind no longer sharp. And so the inner Teacher decides to leave the experience, hope-filled that the next experience, the next self, will be strong enough to awaken sooner – while there is still time to save the body, while the mind is still sharp and desirous of learning.

It is to recognize that all pain that emanates from the body is lesson – either active lesson or failed lesson accumulation. It is pain that need be understood…is there a malady – as with the skeletal system – a maladjustment that need be rectified to aid the physical body, for the physical body can become damaged. The inner Teacher is unable to repair this damage until the lesson has been learned; there are humans placed upon this planet that can ease the pain - that can aid the self by remedying the maladjustment, by remedying dis-ease, providing the self with additional opportunity to learn in future. Ignoring the problems of the body is not suggested, for this often results in early death of the housing. It is to recognize that failed lesson creates negative energy that is embedded within the body; the accumulation of failure, without desire to correct the actions of the self to those that would better endorse the physical body, results in illness. The typical student has been storing negative energies within the bodies for decades prior to awakening. The body begins to rebel at this storage; when the quantities have achieved certain levels, dis-ease becomes more likely. It is as the adjustments were made for yourself and Te' Auna – dense energies were released from areas where they had been stored for decades – pain…the emotion of pain, released, freeing the body to adjust itself back to its natural state.

Emotion is stored within the body when it is not understood; emotion that is understood is released. It is important for each student to recognize that failed lesson is reflected throughout the body, that the inner Teacher has done its best to store these energies in areas that would provide clue to the self of the lessons that are being failed. Often, other areas need be utilized to prohibit debilitating dis-ease. It is for the student to ask in the meditative state –“What is this pain? What does it represent? How may I understand the lesson at hand? Please present another and another and another, until I see that which you are trying to illustrate for me. Unfortunately, the typical student becomes upset, focused upon the physical malady, determined to eliminate the malady versus understanding the reason for its presence. It is important for each student to ask the inner Teacher if there is anything that can be done by the self to aid the physical body and to then turn the attention to providing just that, so that the physical body can support the goals of the consciousness. It is partnership that is needed between the self and the physical body, for if the physical body has been informed that the self is indeed desirous of learning the lessons, disease can be held at bay, awaiting the time that the self has determined that the life experience is acceptable to the self as it stands and that change is no longer desirable.

Lifetime after lifetime, the composite shifts, changes, and is provided with challenge, pleasure - both new experience and old, that which has been experienced in previous lifetimes; it is the experiences of previous lifetimes, profound experiences of joy or abject misery that linger, surrounding the new self, drawing or repelling the new self to or from experiences in the current lifetime. Those consciousnesses that awaken and determine that the self is ‘fed up’ with this life, ‘sick and tired’ of existing within this dimension, are those who have endured many lifetimes of lessons that have typically been failed, preparing the self for the lifetime when success can most likely be tasted, if only the consciousness can awaken to the self’s true potential.

All humans upon the planet at this time have a Teacher. All humans are being guided to experience that which is needed to fulfill the agreement to experience all things. Those things that happen to an individual that are viewed as unfavorable, that are viewed as negative, that the self questions, “why am I experiencing this again and again and again?” – it is this cry that can be answered almost universally – “it is karmic calling, beloved”. Karmic calling is fulfilled by the Teacher, for the consciousness cannot accomplish that which the consciousness came to accomplish until karma/karmic callings, have been balanced - the experience is that which is needed by the consciousness; unfortunately, the bulk of humanity views karmic calling unfavorably. It is to view all things as positive – to recognize that even those experiences that are negative fulfill the need of the self, for the self has now experienced all things to the degree that the self has learned. Those experiences that are negative cause pain and sorrow; oftentimes deep sorrow – sorrow so deep that it is felt within all cells of the body, so deeply that the self commits to never, ever experiencing this particular experience again. The self commits the self to change. Once enough of these decisions have been made, the self will find the self upon the path to healing.

The Teacher is patient. Lifetime after lifetime lessons are presented - lifetime after lifetime after the first, second, third, fourth awakening the self is determined to learn, to heal, to know the self. Many, many, many lifetimes pass as the experiences are garnered by the consciousness, making possible the time well into the future when the student will regain the original divinity belonging to the consciousness by removing all negativity, by becoming love unconditional once again.

The Teacher works diligently to aid the student who has grown tired of this existence, to determine if indeed, the student is tired of this existence or if the self had just become miserable and, as with most, misery was transient; the self has been able to improve the self’s plight and now the physical, the material existence has become more palatable once again. The Teacher recedes and returns, recedes and returns, recedes and returns as the student decides, makes the determination that the self is truly ready for the spiritual path – most are not, yet the Teacher waits for the calling and will respond whenever the student places the call.

It is lesson that creates discomfort, that causes unhappiness that progresses forth to deep unhappiness – depression to abject misery; it is this condition that draws the student forward to the Teacher to seek assistance, “Please help me to change my life for I cannot tolerate this existence any longer.” It is this student that is embraced by the Teacher - all others are merely learning gradually, slowly, for they have yet to experience all things.

Yourself (Sol) and Te' Auna have each been presented with this lesson. Each of you have failed spectacularly throughout this lifetime, until recently when both have begun to recognize that the spiritual journey is not for all – not because the self is special, not because others have not earned that which the self has earned – but because choice need be safeguarded at all cost.

It is to share with others the journey of the self, without building up or tearing down the journey that has been chosen. It is to inform the other that the self has found that which is most important to the self without question and that much has been learned upon the journey that would be of little to no value to another who has yet to desire the same. All is fantastical; all is illusion to one who has yet to awaken. It is to speak with chagrin at the self’s journey and to provide that which is felt to be wisdom to the other with open heart and open mind, allowing the other to choose for the self, leaving the door open should the other ever be desirous of walking through it and seeking assistance from one who has journeyed farther than the self.

It is important to recognize the accomplishments of the self. Proselytizing has come to an end for both you and Te' Auna; it is a welcome end to a lesson that has brought much pain, yet tremendous growth to each.

When first beginning to walk the path to healing, the student believes that the self is either divine or evil. It is rare that the student understands that the self stands firmly off-center, leaning towards the positive, having spent lifetime after lifetime after lifetime garnering, immersing the self in negativity; for it is this pursuit alone that guarantees that the self will arrive at that moment where the self recognizes hatred for this planet, hatred for this existence, for the self has learned, has experienced all that this planet has to offer.

The consciousness that awakens and determines that the experience of this planet has been fulfilled – all things that the consciousness came to experience have now been experienced, darkness as well as experiences of light; these experiences of light have placed within the self the desire to draw ever nearer to the light as the journey progresses. All consciousnesses experience this - what would be referred to as - ‘natural progression’ from darkness into light. No consciousness leaves the wheel of death and rebirth until the cycle of darkness back to light has been fulfilled, for this is the only way that all things could be experienced. To leave this atmosphere, one must learn to feel, utilizing the physical body.

Why should the student wish to change the self’s way of being? When the student first begins to walk the path to healing, the self is classified as unhappy, oftentimes miserable, bereft - unable to function in the face of stress or pressure of any sort. The Teacher begins to release the volumes of energy that have been stored within, overfilling the bodies; it is the overfilling that has created the state of mind often noted as depressed or miserable. The self exudes misery, darkness; they are bitter, angry, resentful, lashing out at all around the self or speaking to no one.

It is important for the student to recognize that great change is realized, is experienced, when the path is first approached, when the Teacher first embraces the student. Once the student learns a few techniques, changes the habit of behavior that has created the greatest disruption in the life experience, the path becomes a bit more rugged. Behaviors that are upon the surface are those that are easily remedied, for the self can see them quite clearly as can all those around the self. Changing these behaviors takes time of course, but once again, it is relatively simple to make these shifts due to the apparent appearance of the behavior and the predictable nature of the experience once the behavior has surfaced.

Once these behaviors have been managed, controlled, changed, the student begins to go to the next level; this level is far more subtle in nature – one that is difficult to recognize. It is seen in others but rarely seen in the self. The behavior is elusive, only coming forth at particular times, when the self feels safe in exhibiting these behaviors. The Teacher will draw to the student others who can provide example of who the self is being. Once confronted by another, judgment is inevitable, for the behavior lies deep within the self and has yet to be uncovered, yet to be recognized. The self will find the self provided with example after example of the behavior of that which lies within the self, until recognition has been made. It is then that choice will be available; the self may determine to keep that which has been unveiled or the student may choose to change.