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The Path to Healing

Teachings - Denial

The first teaching this day shall address how to support one that does not seek support. It is a long and arduous journey that the student sets forth upon when first determining that the life experience is unfavorable, that the self need change in order to experience satisfaction, in order to experience that certain something that the self is unable to identify; yet, the heart yearns deeply, without rest, in search of the mystery that lies within existence - love. It is important for each student to recognize that the lesson plan has provided the self with obstacle, barricade - that which can be visualized as the wall around the self, the fortress - prohibiting entry to all those except those who are deemed to be weaker than the self. It is my desire to bring to the attention of each that the self has isolated the self, that the self has embraced and is desirous of the imposition of the lesson plan, which states that the self is superior, that the self is indeed an excellent student, that the self can teach the self, that the self is not in need of any other’s intervention, that the self does indeed view another’s view as interference, as inconsequential to the self, for the self is unique, the self is different, the self is like no other.

Recognition that alcohol results in experience that is oftentimes heavily weighted towards the negative is oftentimes provided as service by the parent to the child - to teach the child to be in better control of the self’s body, to regulate the self’s ingestion of those things that could result in a loss of control and the mistakes being made that damage another. Did you learn from your parent, my sister, or did you follow in his footsteps?

Student: It took awhile, but I learned.

Did you learn from your father, my sister, or did you follow in his footsteps?

Student: You’re not just talking about alcohol, are you because I don’t drink, and I’m not an alcoholic.

You have drunk to excess my sister.

Student: I have. But I don’t any more.

I’m not speaking of this moment my sister when I ask you the query. I’m asking did you learn from your father or did you follow in his footsteps?

Student: I have learned not to drink to excess, and I have chosen not to drink at all, anymore.

From the time that your father provided you with example my sister, how many years have transpired?

Student: Thirty.

And during this thirty year time period, would you say that you learned from your father’s example or that you spent a majority of this time following in his footsteps, abusing substances that caused you to lose control of your self, of your actions?

Student: I don’t think I lost control. I think I used the substances so that I could control the darkness I was using. I used alcohol to dull pain, so I could…


Student: …do other things with it.

I shall ask you to survey this more closely, my sister.

Student: Okay.

And state, once again, that the student that is unwilling to see the self is also the student that is incapable of changing the self.

Recognizing the self is the most difficult task for the student; regardless of the number of individuals that have informed the self of how they see the self, it is often refusal that is drawn forth as the self prefers the illusion that has been drawn for the self of the self. Shattering the illusion is often an emotional experience that could last for minutes, hours or even days; it is suggested for the student to spend time in nature, to see the truth in nature – that which is displayed without shield or covering, that cannot run and hide. It is when the consciousness moves into the second kingdom that particular assets are garnered to aid the self in camouflaging the self from predators; it is within the 3rd and the 4th kingdom that the human begins to shield the self from what is believed to be predators, with the façade, the armor, the characters, believing that the self is protecting the self from those who may seek to damage.

It is many, many, many lifetimes before the self awakens to the characters that have been created; these characters are created through experience – those ways of being that have been adopted by the self, reinforced by the lesson plan, and carried forward into the next and the next and the next lifetime, until the self awakens, recognizes the character and commits the self to destruction, deconstruction of the character. Failure to recognize the character insures that the self will continue forth on the self’s path blind, believing that the self is who the self feels the self to be, thinking that all others outside of the self, who bring forth a different image of the self, are all incorrect. It is the lesson plan of Denial and the lesson plan of Separation – both of these lesson plans have the strength funneled to the ego sufficient to truly believe that all, all those surrounding the self are incorrect. All other lesson plans are likely to listen.

It is not to state that the energies will be increased if you have both lesson plans; either lesson plan is adequate to feed the ego sufficiently to discard the opinion of all others surrounding the self. To recognize the character is to look to the self – each moment of each day, to say, “Is this who I truly seek to be or is there a pall upon me…is there a false gaiety? Who am I in this moment…am I different than I was 5 moments earlier, one hour earlier, one day earlier…would I be this individual with any other that came before me or would I become different, dependent upon who was in front of me?” For if the self is different, the self maintains characters and the character need be identified to determine why the self continues to draw forth these behaviors – what success is being tasted due to their presence?

It is the ego that draws forth this lesson for you (Loereve) time after time - the ego attributed to the lesson plan of Denial – superior, arrogant, capable; none of these are truly felt by the self – they are all façade, window-dressing, to be exhibited to those that do not know you…to be exhibited to those that do know you…to be exhibited to the self as well, for the self has forgotten who the true self is.

Did you indeed, my sister?

Student: Do better? No. Apparently not.

Did you – believe – that you were doing better?

Student: I told myself that I was doing better.

Was it the self telling the self, truly and indeed? You were provided with warning on more than one occasion by Te’ Auna - that you were seeking to reward the self when the self had yet to earn reward. Do you understand?

Student: Yes. I’m struggling with that in a big way.

Indeed. For while the self promotes to others that the self is unworthy, the self feels unworthy, the self feels less than - in actuality, the self is constantly feeding the self. Do you recognize this dichotomy my sister?

Student: Yes. It’s very frustrating.

It need not be frustrating at all. It is to understand the lesson plan, to focus upon the behaviors, to understand the characters - the frustration is circumvented by understanding. Do you understand?

Student: Yes I do. Thank you.

It is the voracious appetite of the ego - the damaged portion of the self, a portion of the self that has always told the self that you were better than. It remains voracious, does it not my sister?

Student: Yes. It does.

Seeking confirmation from all around the self that the self is better, the self is better than, the self is indeed the best. Do you understand?

Student: Yes.

It is lies told to the self by the damaged portion of the self to promote failure in future, for the self is merely fooling the self. Do you understand?

Student: Yes. I do.

When you allow the ego to focus upon the teacher, to judge the teacher, you are choosing the ego my sister. Do you understand?

Student: Yes. I do.

If this is your choice, the teacher will be withdrawn. Do you understand?

Student: Yes. It’s not my choice. It’s not what I want to do.

It is the starting point - for you to begin to overrule the ego - at least in this area, my sister - with consistency; otherwise it is a waste of time to continue forth. Do you understand?

Student: I do. Thank you. I commit to change. I will dedicate my self to change.

You will fail – otherwise. It is impossible for you, my sister, to change if you cannot at least change with the teacher, for it is the opening that is needed, that must be enlarged. If you forbid the opening, then change cannot be effected. Do you understand?

Student: I do. Welcome the opening of the heart, yes? Welcome the pain? Welcome the fear?

Recognizing that the self is feeling no thing that has not been felt by those surrounding the self at this moment lightens the load, my sister; it is why you have been brought here. It would be impossible for you to walk this path otherwise. Do you agree?

Student: Yes. I agree.

It is to recognize that the self holds the self apart, that the self condemns, that the self judges. If the self cannot open with these three… do you understand my sister?

Student: I do.

I need not complete the sentence?

Student: I do understand.

Honesty is most difficult for you, my sister, for you have yet to recognize that the self is dishonest most of the time - with the self first and foremost; thereby, resulting in dishonesty with others - it is inescapable. Do you understand?

Student: Yes.

When the self lies to the self, it is to feed the unhealed portion of the self. Do you understand?

Student: Yes.

It is as Te’ Auna told you earlier - be suspect of any kudos; refuse the self kudos, congratulations, rewards. It is to recognize the battle is uphill and that the self need commit and dedicate the self, starving the unhealed portion of the self, recognizing that it has been well fed through this and many, many, many previous lifetimes. It is service that will promote its starvation - service that seeks no recompense, service that seeks no reward, nor even thank you.

It is to recognize my sister that the character, suggested to be known as The Crusher, is one that fears being crushed by another; it is due to this fear that the character comes forth with great force. It is to recognize the fear. It is to eliminate the fear that will allow the self to recognize the presence of the character, that will allow the self to deny access to center stage to the character, for the fear is no longer present. It is unnecessary to invite the character, for the self is no longer in jeopardy, the self is not in need of defense nor protection, for it has been discovered that the fear is illusion. It is for all to understand that the characters have been created due to fear. It is to find the purpose, the reason for the fear and to dispel the illusion that is necessary. It is this alone that disinvites the character, for as long as fear is present the character is called upon to manage the crisis – the crisis being the presence of fear.

May I state for the record a few fears that are commonly experienced by humanity? The fear of being found unworthy, the fear of inadequacy, the fear of ignorance, the fear of being found unlovable, the fear of being alone, the fear of death – the ultimate separation, that which is believed to be the ultimate separation; this, of course, is illusion. It is important for each to survey the self to understand the fear that comes forth for the self. The fear of being dependent upon another. The fear of being alone at the final moment of death, separation from this world, is one that is spoken by many as the years become great; this of course is illusion, for the self is never alone at the moment of death - the self is welcomed by many, all is surveyed, and if the self has learned, the life has brought forth much experience to endorse the next lifetime. The lesson of Separation, the lesson of Denial – these individuals suffer great fear that the self will be alone; the characters that are created are those that push others away, thereby guaranteeing that the self’s fear will indeed be experienced. It is the experience that is needed to teach the self.

Denial does not believe in apology because Denial is superior and arrogant; Denial does no wrong – it is the other, always, that need be focused upon. If apology is necessary, it is obvious that the other misunderstood or that the other asked the self a query inappropriately, causing the self to misspeak. Forgiveness is not extended by one who cannot recognize that damage has been imposed upon another due to the self’s blindness - if there is no damage, then apology is unnecessary and forgiveness completely unneeded.

It is the lesson plan of Shame that makes forgiveness neigh onto impossible, for Shame is contemptuous, Shame is diminishing - Shame believes that the grudge must be maintained, so that all may see that the other is less than the self.

Separation - highly mental…if understanding can be achieved, forgiveness is readily extended; if understanding cannot be achieved, forgiveness is withheld.

The lesson plan of Guilt blames if the self has suffered and, the self or another is blamed for this suffering, the self is unable to see that all is lesson that each experiencing are intended to learn. Forgiveness is often difficult for the individual who blames another, for like Shame, the grudge is preferred; the self believes, “I need remember this so that it never happens to me again. If I forgive, I may forget – that shall never happen.”

These are the lessons that are part of your lesson plan my sister. It is to take these understandings into meditation and to seek assistance for those components of the core beliefs that prohibit the self from extending true forgiveness to another.

I come to you this day to bring forth the next layer – that which is most needed to be revealed so that you may address it as you have promised to do. Who are you to come before me at this time?

Student: No one - just a seeker, just a being that wants to go home…be home, heal, serve.

You are someone or you would not be before me my student; to say that the self is no one tells me that you have failed to recognize the significance of this event. It is important for you to recognize that you are indeed some one – an individual consciousness who has stepped forth and determined to illuminate all that which lies within, all that which prohibits the self from gaining altitude, shall we say…momentum – that which propels the self forward upon the spiritual path as it is known here upon this planet. Do you understand?

Student: I do.

The teachings that you received previous, while within the group known as the coven, need be forgotten, need be cast aside, for these teachings all focused upon darkness and the answers that you so readily provide are those that focus upon darkness…the student who is striving to become darkness in total. Do you understand?

Student: I think so…not totally.

As time passes you will become more informed; for the time present, I ask you to survey the answers that you prepare to give to determine…does that feel right? Say to me once again, my student, that “I am no one.” Feel it. Say it aloud, please.

Student: I am no one. Nope…that doesn’t feel right.

Say it again. Student: I am no one.

Say it again. Student: I am no one.

Again. Student: I am no one.

What are you feeling?

Student: Kind of sick…a little queasy…hot.

It is to understand that you have embraced many things about the self - due to the teachings presented to you previously - that are faulty, that are focused upon achieving confusion, that are focused upon creating an atmosphere of “better than”, that are focused upon competition, that are focused upon viewing others contemptuously; for if you are “no one” with the skills that you hold, who is this other who does not maintain the skill level that you have achieved? Do you understand?

Student: Yes

We are all someone my student.

Student: It’s false humility, isn’t it?


Humility is the antidote for one who detects an overabundance of faith in the self; one who believes in the self, one who relies strictly upon the self is one that has fallen victim to the lesson plan of either Denial or Separation, for these lesson plans state that no other is needed beyond the self – that the self is indeed capable, that independence is to be fought for, protecting the boundaries of the self at all cost - regardless of the cost to another. The student who finds a lack of faith need call upon the Teacher, seeking assistance, seeking lesson that will provide the confidence that is most needed by the self, so that the self may step forth and state, “I am confident in my position. I have experienced adequately – both positively and negatively – to prove that my choice is indeed what is most appropriate for my self at this time. I cannot speak to the future; I can only access my experience in this moment and arrive at the choice that I believe is most appropriate for my self and no other.” It is this state of mind that remains throughout the life experience within the third dimension, for the self is constantly presented with new experience and new opportunity to choose.

It is important for each present to recognize that the projects formed for performance by all members of the community require the input of each individual – the thought-filled, focused, thinking that states, “I understand the tasking at hand. I am willing to provide that which is needed in order to see it through.” For it is often that the community falls away and the singular individual is left to finalize that which is needed for the community. Do you understand?

Sol: Yes I do – thank you.

Recognizing that the self prefers independent tasking due to the influence of the lesson plan should aid you my brother in overcoming the distaste of working on these projects with others, for each time all come together in order to accomplish, the energies can be lessened. Do you understand?

Sol: I believe I do – thank you.

They cannot, of course, be decreased my brother, if the attitude of the self is negative. Do you understand?

Sol: Yes I do – thank you.

It is to recognize that the lesson plan is focused upon failure – failure for the self, failure for others. It is important for the self to speak of judgment, to draw it forth, to illumine all judgments with the light of understanding of all that have been judged.

It is my desire to see the three joining together in order to accomplish more in future, for there is much to be done, there is much to be learned while going through the process – to flesh out the project, to understand that which is desired by the self, to understand and to welcome that which is desired by another without judgment. To understand the self, to understand the self’s desires requires dedication, commitment and an openness to scrutiny by another, by others; for the self is unable to see the self, the self is often unable to interpret the self’s desires without assistance. It is when another sees the self and questions the self that often protection and defense are utilized to thwart the assistance of another. Do you recognize this response for yourself my brother Sol An Ka?

Sol: Yes I do – thank you.

All within this group have very distinct strengths and very distinct weaknesses; you have been drawn together to serve each other – to strengthen that which is weak within the self by viewing the strength in another; rather, it is the lesson plan that encourages the self to judge the strength of another, to weaken them with the self’s thinking. It is this behavior that reinforces the lesson plan, causing the self to determine that working alone is preferable, more reliable, more enjoyable. In order to join together with others in order to accomplish the self must be willing to open the self to the scrutiny of another, to welcome the assistance and the guidance of another who may have learned a better way than that which is employed by the self. The self that is willing to adapt, to change in the moment is one who states, “I seek to join together with others in order to accomplish…it is my accomplishment that is being endorsed, not always the others.” The lesson plan of Denial, of Separation, makes this thinking difficult to achieve, for it is the self that always seeks endorsement at the expense of another. Do you understand?

Sol: I do – thank you.

It is my desire to teach you to see the self, to recognize the actions of the self that diminish the self’s possibilities.

It is the lesson plan of Denial as well as the lesson plan of Separation that refuses to join together with others in order to accomplish; rather, this individual with these particular lesson plans sets the self above all others, while telling all others that they actually feel less than – the behavior, of course, reflects something quite different. The self believes the self to be better than, the self believes that the self is unique and could not possibly be experiencing that which others experience – the self has far more refined experiences. To share the self’s experiences with those who could not possibly understand indicates to the self that the time is being wasted – this individual will not waste the self’s time trying to aid others who are already judged as unworthy. It is important for those individuals with the lesson plan of Denial to recognize that judgment is active at all times and has been since the onset of the lesson plan. It is to recognize when the self has eliminated the opportunity for another to be different through the self’s judgment.

“I will not speak to this individual because they rebuffed me the previous time.”

“I will not ask for their assistance because they have never been able to aid me before.”

“I will not seek assistance from anyone until I have resolved this for myself and then I may or I may not share that which I have experienced.”

“I will share my experiences but I shall eliminate all of my foibles along the way – I shall only tell others about the success that I have encountered.”

These are the statements made by the student of Denial, by the student of Separation.

It is the ego that convinces you (Loereve) that that which has been requested is unimportant; that the desire of the self, the desire of the body, the desire of the emotions, that the mental desires – they are all more important than that which has been requested of the self. Judgment has been utilized to dismiss the request. It is to observe the lesson plan, my brother and to understand that judgment is ever present. That which is requested of you is judged to be important or to be unimportant. That which has been read by the self and believed is utilized to diminish the importance of that which has been requested by the Teacher of the self. As long as you allow the ego to dominate, judgment to be utilized, fortitude will be diminished, destroyed, as the self decides to stand back and wait until the self’s way is chosen, and then the self will step forth, for the self knows best according to the ego.

Judgment is the material of the ego – it is actually that which is the very fabric, the threads when woven together - that prohibit the self from changing, for often the self believes that the judgment made by the self is accurate, is appropriate, and need not be reviewed. The Teacher is focused upon exposure of judgment, for the student oftentimes fails to see that judgment has been employed and is currently prohibiting new experience, new ways of thinking; therefore, new ways of being. As long as the student refuses to see the behavior of the self, refusing to see that judgment is indeed being employed - not assessment - then the self cannot change.

The self that believes that the self is merely assessing rather than judging is one that will continue to fail the lessons that are brought forth by the Teacher. Those with the lesson plan of Denial have what is considered to be “judgment ever-present” - judgment that is all-pervasive, judgment that need be recognized. It is to inform the self, “I have judged. There is no question that I have judged. I cannot lie to my self and say that I have assessed, for I have judged. It is to then take the second step and to state to the self the value of the judgment, “This is why I have made the judgment. I, too, conduct my self in similar fashion. This is the purpose of the judgment. I shall use this information to provide my self with choice in future to be different.” Those who allow the unhealed portion of the self to convince the self that assessment has been employed are those that will continue with the behaviors concealed from the self that have been exhibited in service to the self by another. Failure to recognize judgment is the number one reason for lesson failure encountered by the student who walks the path to healing.

It is important for all with the lesson plan of Denial to understand projection and the power of the self to project that which is felt by the self onto another. It is to understand that this projection prohibits the self from understanding what is truly being stated to the self by another, for when the projection is being interpreted by the mind - “They do not like me…They are angry…Here we go again” – the self is transported back to another space and another time. The self is unable to hear the words being spoken to the self at this time, for the emotional body has been activated by the memories of the past; this is the function of the lesson plan of Rejection. The response typically provided by the student of Denial – one who does not have the lesson plan of Rejection, would be to see the other as an idiot, would be to see the other as a boisterous fool, would be to see another as a bigot – failing each time to see that it is the self that is the idiot, the fool, the bigot. Do you understand?

Loereve: Yes, please continue.

To project that which belongs to the self onto another should be viewed as an asset by the student who is capable of doing so, for it is in this way that the self knows that that which is seen in the behavior of another, genuinely belongs to the self. The self is thereby provided with answer immediately, “It is I who is the idiot. It is I who is the fool. It is I who is the bigot” – and corrective action may be taken in the moment. It is to train the mind to recognize the judgment, for judgment is immediate and often it is the ego that hides the judgment from the self, or that imposes a rightness of being so that the self may continue to expound upon the judgment, thereby increasing its power, thereby increasing the likelihood of karmic calling for the self in future. Negativity seeks negativity – that which is damaged within the self seeks further damage, for it is only once the self has become extremely damaged that the self determines to change.

It is February the 12th, 2012. It is the four of us and we are going to focus upon the line energies of Shame. Shame - it’s a disgusting, vile lesson plan. [All laugh.]

Student: Nothing like a metaphorical teaching.

It is probably one of the most dreaded lesson plans because it seeks to damage. It is provided to those who have struggled to vocalize what the self thinks, what the self feels in previous lifetimes. It is the lesson plan that teaches the student how to be present physically and how to inflict damage emotionally. The positive aspects of Shame can be drawn from the opposites just mentioned; it allows the individual to get the energies outside of the body because all is vocalized. If it is thought, if it is believed, it will be imposed upon another and the other will be tested severely by the student with Shame to stand up for the self, to say “No thank you” to the offerings and to continue forth to be the self even though the force of will of the other is extraordinary.

It’s a great service that is provided by those students of Shame. It’s important to recognize that the student of Shame rarely has major physical maladies due to energies being maintained within the body, until the student steps forth and takes the hand of the Teacher, seeking to walk the path once again. This isn’t to say that there are no physical problems; it is to say that they are typically not severe in nature because the student has eliminated these energies, they have spent them, they have spewed them, they have shared them - they have gotten them outside of the self’s bodies.

To recognize the qualities of Shame is to survey the other. It’s to ask the self the questions: “Are they attempting to damage me? Do I feel that they go for the jugular? Have I exposed my weakness or did they expose my weakness? Do I feel that their attention is unjustified? Do I feel them scratching at my door to learn more about me privately so that it can be used in future against me?”

It is to recognize the difference in quality – the reason why the other seeks the self’s company. If the lesson plan is Denial, it is to garner information, the seeking of knowledge that the self can provide; similar reasons exist for Separation. Repression is not typically drawn to the lesson plan of Shame for information; there is an easy friendship, an easy relationship can be enjoyed, for Shame recognizes Repression and Repression recognizes the accelerated energies of Shame and is wise enough to steer clear of controversy. Guilt and Rejection are the victims often for the student with the lesson plan of Shame. Rejection must learn to stand on the own two feet, to be the self at all cost – the self that is unconditional love. Shame feeds the victim that belongs to Guilt, providing it with ample ammunition in future, telling others how the self has been victimized, how the self has been damaged, to garner the sympathy of others, for it is fuel to the victim.

There is no need to make an excuse for having the correct answer my brother, in order to make others feel more comfortable that they responded incorrectly. Do you see the pattern to diminish the self so that others feel more comfortable? This then pursues the maltreatment by the other of the self for you have invited such by diminishing your ability to see truth, to understand that which lies in front of you. Do you understand?

Loereve: Yes. Thank you for that observation.

It is a dichotomy is it not my brother that when others are feeling badly you determine to diminish the self to make them feel better and at other times you strive to show all that the self is righteous.

Loereve: I would agree - it is.

It is to understand the lesson plan my brother. What lesson plan do you think is the source of the diminishment of the self in order to allow another to feel superior to the self?

Loereve: The very first thought to my mind was Rejection.

And the specific lesson plan, my brother?

Loereve: The Supporter

Indeed. Please repeat.

Loereve: The Supporter

Indeed. Please repeat.

Loereve: The Supporter

It is to understand the lesson plan of the Supporter my brother, for you invite the scorn of others by diminishing the self at critical times when respect, when honor could be earned for the self. Do you understand?

Loereve: Yes, thank you.

It is to feel as an equal partner to all who stand opposite the self my brother, to recognize that the self is capable of changing the self’s thinking, of changing the self’s way of being that demands diminishment, dishonor, disrespect, scorn of another for the self. It is then that you flounder, failing to understand why the other thinks so little of the self when the self believes the self to be loving and supportive of the other. Do you understand?

Loereve: Hmm. Yeah, I see that - thank you.

Disingenuousness is often spotted with you my brother. When you feel that another is diminishing the self you unwisely stoke the fires belonging to the ego, telling the other that you accept and that you love them as they are, rather than utilizing the opportunity to say “That is a marvelous discovery you have made. I shall look at myself to see if I am suffering similarly.” Do you understand?

Loereve: Yes, thank you.

The mind is believed to be the most important component of the human. Are all present in agreement with this assessment?

Sol: Yes, that is my feeling.

Loereve: My feeling is that there …it seems like there is more to it than just that.

Commit the self, my brother Loereve. Answering the question vaguely indicates to me that you’d prefer not to answer the question, yet you answer it in order to be friendly, to be recognized as cooperative. Did you provide me with answer my brother?

Loereve: Yes and no. I don’t have a good answer to that question…there is …other than it seems like there’s more to it and I don’t know what…

Do you understand that the mind has provided you with the answer that is used quite frequently by the self: “It seems like…it should be…it may be…I don’t think that it is” – this is referred to as the non-committal reply, one that the self is able to be on both sides and can easily shift their stance, depending on where the chips fall. This is learned behavior my brother; it is time for you to choose, to state for the self – do you believe that the mind is the most important component of the human? Do you understand the many different factors employed by the self prior to providing another with answer, my brother?

Loereve: Many times

That the self has forgotten how to use the mind, for the self is accessing emotion, rather than the mind; emotion that wishes to be embraced by the other, seeks the approval of another, seeks that the other endorse the self and that the self endorses the other. As in your programming language, there are many ‘if’ statements; it is this that causes confusion for the self, for the mind does not care for the word ‘if’ – it seeks resolution. When another asks a question of the self, you immediately begin to seek what will happen should you answer this, or this, or this, or this, utilizing judgment to determine what the other will feel, what the other will think, how the other will respond. It is judgment that causes the confusion and the self’s inability to respond to a simple query. Do you understand?

Loereve: Yes I do. I seem to do that quite often.

It is important for you to access the mind, to ask it the question – “do I think that the mental body is the most important component of the human?” And now you shall provide me with the answer, my brother.

Loereve: My feeling is the mental body is not the most important; it is an equal component but it is merely the starting point.

Thank you my brother! Do you understand the difference in your response?

Loereve: Yes

Are you pleased?

Loereve: (laughs)

…to have made a statement that is intelligent?

Loereve: Yes and it required me to think further on it to reply.

The mind has grown lazy, for you do not allow it to think, to process; you have used the emotional body to respond to others for many, many years. It will be for you to engage the mind purposefully, directly – to begin to speak the self’s truth, without concern for how another will receive it. Do you understand?

Loereve: Yes

The mental body is not the most important component of the human; however, it does reign supreme throughout the 4th kingdom – it dominates all things to the detriment of humanity. The most important body to this, the 4th kingdom, is the physical body, for without it the other bodies do not exist.