Session seven of ten
Friday, October 27, 2000
[The sickness continues to permutate, mostly unnoted here. Wednesday night, I had a headache all night, and threw up dinner soon after eating it. My teeth hurt sporadically. But Wednesday and Thursday nights I slept pretty well, and Thursday morning I felt more or less well for the first time in – a long time. Skip said I looked better, said I had a sparkle in my eyes again. And that’s how it felt. There will be more to come here, later.
[Before the recording started, I said, “I bet I cross the null point today.”]
[resonant tuning went easily. I had more breath than recently]
F: [pause] Boy, it’s really amazing. Right away comes the command, “build the crystal,” and right away my lower legs – you know, it feels cold. [pause]
S: Remember to be welcoming the energy.
F: Oh yeah, I’m encouraging it. Really, in a funny way I’m building it, I’m — [pause] It’s a new kind of rebal. [pause] It’s easier and faster each time; it’s up to my waist now. [pause] After a bit, when it’s finished, I want to ask how I can remember to do this easier when I’m not in the box. But not quite yet. [pause] Hoo hoo boy, is that cold! [pause] Hmm.
[pause] [long breath] This time the crystal sort of declines to close at the top. It’s open now, it’s solid at my feet, then all the way up, and then at about the level of head, it stops rather than closing behind me. [pause] And this seems to be for some purpose. In other words, I can’t make it close or encourage it to close. [pause] No, there it went. [pause]
The last time I tried to communicate, identify with, the monk, my chest felt all spongy-cold, and this time it does not. [pause]
I’m seeing a sort of a – if you can imagine, building a triangle and Virginia is one point and England another and Egypt a third, connecting those three makes the triangle, but they’re on different planes, so it’s also a three-dimensional – although I think that they’re really doing is showing a four dimensional – construction. [pause]
If you took that triangle as a facet of the crystal, [pause] what? [pause] Okay, it’s like, any relationship of individuals in different areas – no, any relationship of individuals that have a strong – you might say they vibrate to the same frequency – forms– the relationship between more than any two of them form a facet, and that has a use that I don’t know yet. [pause] I’m getting like, three is the minimum to form some plane like that, of course, rather than a line, and it’s not just a geometrical analogy. [pause]
I don’t know if you ever do this, Skip, but could we go right up to 21?
S: Certainly. We’ll move right along here.
F: That was their suggestion, of course.
S: Just follow the sounds; move right on up.
F: They said it would be easier to communicate that way. I’d be closer to ‘em somehow. [pause] Here’s what I’m hearing, whether it’s true or not. They’re saying it might be a little tricky because we’re going to go way out there, but if I don’t bring it back and report it, we don’t get anything, so I’ve got to – the thing I’m seeing is a needle, going under a cloth and over it, and under it and over it, to sew it together? I’ve got to go out there and report, and out there and report, without [pause] I’ve got to learn to stay out there more, even while I report.
S: Yeah, I understand, that’s good. Moving on through 15 now.
F: [pause] Boy I like this energy right here. [pause] They’re saying that 21 is a sort of a – I don’t know the electrical terms, there’s a term for something that’s – the frequencies match easily? If I knew those terms, they’d use it. But 21 is an area where we and they can communicate well.
S: Well, I’m going to sync up with 21 now.
F: Yeah. [pause] It’s like it’s still a stretch for each of us, but it’s a natural – not a trough, not a wave, what is it they’re trying to say? An interface. It looks like an elevated line, but I can’t think of what they mean. Like a ridge of a hill, you know? [pause]
Okay, guys, you’re on. We’re here at your invitation. We’re willing to do what you want. [pause]
They brought me up here because they started talking about facets and they were trying to make something clearer. It’s like when we talk about crystals we tend to think of the surface of the crystal, but that – the crystal is more volume than it is surface, and all the internal volume of the crystal, every bit of it, and every relationship in it, and every different line that you could strike across it has its own purpose as well. And that all of these relationships within our own lives and within each others lives and all that – all those – okay, we’re backing up a minute.
The – different facets of ourselves– [pause] All right, they’re going to conduct this in terms of frequencies because they think that I can get it across that way. For somebody else they would use a different way of talking. But it’s like, every aspect of ourself is a certain frequency, and if — I’m making the numbers up, they’re not giving me the numbers, but — if, say, the Civil War soldier is 2100, there might be another soldier in another time that’s 2100, and another person who’s not a soldier but ahs the same resonance and he’s 2100. As those three – uh, okay. Outside of the body they would naturally flock together, as frequencies meet – frequencies (mingle, associate, what’s the word?) um, — I don’t know the word. But they just tend to be in the same place at the same time. In the body we can have all these disparate frequencies meeting physically, and that’s what’s the main advantage of the physical universe.
But it happens within us as well, and we have no – in our present state of awareness we have almost no conscious awareness that this is always happening. And so the – [chuckles] I just got, they said I’ve got a lot of work to do, get going. [chuckles] So the – All of the different experiences – er, things that we are–all the different lives, say–are each connected with different similar frequencies, thus forming planes, or facets, which have some use that I don’t—
Oh, it’s that they actually are the structure of the crystal. Now, if one of us in a body – assuming for the moment there is one of us, but that’s a useful way of looking at it—if I in the body have had, say, 15 other lives, and each of those lives are feeding into this one as I’m feeding into them, and each of them have different frequencies and different – um, each of them is as complicated as I am, so maybe you have 15 different relationship, each of which has 15 different relationships, of which I’m only one – and then all of these spread out in all directions with all their relationships to other people, you can see that this creates a huge interconnected, interrelated –
It’s a way of looking at all this vast thing together as a solid instead as a fluid the way we usually tend to think of it. [sigh] I don’t yet know what all this is about. [pause]
Somehow it becomes activated as we become conscious of it. So that it almost becomes – not really, but – almost becomes more real because we’re aware of it. It becomes – in coming into our mental world, it’s as though it – from our point of view, it’s as though it appears.
Okay, I’m willing, but where do we go from here? What do you want me to –? What would you like to say? Where would you like me to go? [pause]
The whole thing about focus 27 has a misinterpretation at the base of it if you look at it as physical objects, which they’re of course not. You are building in 27 thought-forms—But not – But not – But not – They’re more permanent than they are here, (although it’s still here, but you know what I mean, at this level) — ah, wait.
They’re not more permanent! It’s that we go back – no, [pause] In this life we tend to think of thoughts as something that well up from within us, rather than as something that we snag as they go by, and that’s because neither of those two is true, exactly – or well, there’s another way of looking at it, and that is, that thoughts really literally are things, in the same way we are, they were created and they are recreated and they are transformed, and they, –and, having existed, they continue to exist. But they don’t exist in the same – um,
As we move in time, we move our place, so it’s as though they don’t exist in the same place. Whereas in 27, — I don’t understand this difference, but it’s – whereas in 27 that – 27 rides with us, sort of. It’s like, flying formation with us. In a way that what we call the present, doesn’t. As we seem to move, always on this riding the present, and things move from the future to the present to the past, they move – we move – mmm – it looks like – It has the effect of motion, although they’re saying there really isn’t any motion, but we can’t help seeing it as motion. (I don’t begin to understand this yet.) But somehow it’s important to them that the thoughts are still where the thoughts were – [pause] Oh.
The thoughts were not in what we call C1 to begin with. The thoughts were where they were, whether they were in 23 or in, you know, other things, other places. Our minds are continually accessing other states, other vibratory levels, encountering things, translating them into where we are in C1, wherever that may be at the moment, and then misperceiving them as having been with us all the time. So it’s like we’re snatching from – we’re reaching into one cupboard, and then we’re moving to another cupboard, and then we’re going three miles up and pulling something out of the air, and reaching over to Europe and pulling something out of a left-hand drawer – and each time thinking that it’s all happening within ourselves, but it is not. (Well, from one point of view it is, but it doesn’t matter, that’s not the point they’re making.)
[sigh] I’m sort of taking it on faith that this makes sense, Skip. It’s just coming in and I’m giving it.
S: It’s fun to hear you be challenged by attempting to explain something, and then, halfway through, “no that isn’t quite correct, you’re going to have to try a different way.”
F: That’s my whole life. [laughs]
Well, they’re after something about – thoughts, right at the moment. They’re saying that that one of the ways we misperceive the world is, our relationship to our thoughts. Now, they’ve been making me more aware, and I’ve been working with it for some years now, how many of the thoughts – maybe all of the thoughts – that I think are mine are actually being inspired. Literally. So that some come from them and some come from other places. But it isn’t like I’m drawing from my own little store of thoughts. Although, — well, there’s two kinds of things, aren’t there? There’s inspiration, and there’s –um, um, like plotting, or plodding, either way, where I say, “okay, there’s this and this, therefore I better do this.” Like, if I’m planning to do – if I’m making a bookshelf, I have to marshal the things and go, “okay, we need this, this, this, and this; we’ll do this, we’ll put this in here, all is fine.” If I’m doing a painting, and I don’t have a preconceived idea, I put the paint on and see what happens, and sometimes it’s good and sometimes it’s terrible. And writing is between those two. [pause]
It’s like, if we could clarify our understanding of thought and inspiration, it would help us clarify what our position in the world really is (us in this case I think means humans in general) and we would find it easier to get a correct assessment of the situation. [pause]
I understand the statement. I don’t see why it should follow, but – presumably it will. My right lower leg is just killing me, it’s just – you’ve got to do something about the air conditioning in here, it’s freezing cold, that one leg. Again that part where they said I had injured it, although I don’t remember an injury to it.
[continued next post, 6-09-07]