Thursday March 16, 2006
Well, I suppose I should get to work. You splendid gentlemen and ladies – feel free to chime in. Say, while we’re on the subject, is it that I have mentally categorized you as “the gentlemen upstairs,” or “the guys upstairs,” that no women have appeared? Rita remarked on it, a while ago.
And the question is — ?
The question is, why have no other lives as a woman come to the fore, and no women appeared to talk, in the way Mr. Lincoln did, or Henry, or others.
Perhaps it is a lack of imagination on your part?
Well, if you cannot feel your way toward someone, it is harder for her to manifest.
You mean, it is easier for me to imagine myself a monk than a nun, say.
Exactly. And easier to imagine yourself “modern” or western than “ancient” or eastern. And the only two “ancients” you remember are closely tied to your work connecting to the other side.
Thus giving me a means of approach – affinity of temperament if no other.
Yes. So the approach should be clear.
Hmm. I think I see. Maybe I should set my control panel to particular openness to the feminine side of life?
Any way of expressing (that is, solidifying) intent will do; nothing wrong with the control panel if that approach pleases you.
But then maybe a better approach would be to set my intent for all unbalanced aspects of my life to come into balance.
Could be a little chaotic, but yes you could, as you use your “what question should I be asking but am not thinking of..” Still, why not focus a bit, at the moment? You are on a major thread; follow it.
And don’t think I don’t recognize the prompting that led me to bring up the subject in the first place. It gets harder to distinguish, as I get better at smelling rats. And perhaps this is because it was only an arbitrary distinction to begin with.