You can ask to leap out of health problems, which may or may not be an instantaneous process. It may be a progression, with our guidance and energetic lift helping you know who to go to for help with the process. There may be a transition phase where the body's adjusting. And this is the downside of bringing the body into a new parallel—a new incarnation, really. The body is the densest layer of you, and to get it to shift to where it can operate in a different dimension is one of the hardest parts of the leap. Usually you can flex more easily on a psychological level.
The Earth is a great ally, and is right with you. It is also moving multi-dimensionally and becoming less dense. When your body resonates with everything around you, you can let the Earth figure out for you how to do this smoothly and successfully without losing balance. Most of the upset of the balance in nature on Earth is because of human activity like HAARP. However, some is due to the Earth going through changes as its vibration rises. It has to shift in its energy structure, which translates to a physical level. Even things like wildfires are partly due to the Earth's awkward attempts to find balance during a dimensional shift. The Earth experiments around with what will help ease it in this transition—just as you in your own bodies are experimenting—and it's learning something with each shift it takes. The more you physically get your body out of the human sphere of influence in the cities and out into a natural setting, the more easily you can let your body plug into the overarching knowledge of what the Earth as a whole is experimenting with. In the city, there are so many other factors you're bombarded with, that it's hard to get a clear take on what's going on, even in terms of Earth energy changes.
We've said that we can leap you farther than you otherwise could. But you would be pushed by the multi-dimensional portals opening up, and so much happening with mass consciousness, to leap quite a ways even if we had never come into the picture. The old parallel itself is going through changes. It may not be making good choices. It may not be gracefully going through changes, but it is going through changes too. The whole matrix of how matter is put together is going through changes.
We congratulate you and everyone alive now in this time. People are leaving the planet in droves, partly because it takes a lot of courage just to be on planet now, even if you're muddling along. We've talked about how many people are numbing out, and there's good reason for that. It's not only from not wanting to know what's going on politically, but also people not understanding the changes they're going through even physically. So the numbing out is understandable, although it's unfortunate, because it doesn't help. We don't recommend it.
We're grateful to be able to have these talks on an equal level, and really talk out where you want to go. But how can you even know where you want to end up, when it's all new? We're creating it. It's experimental. We're so glad we can work with you, because you have the spiritual maturity to be able to face that, whereas most people can't. They want to be told that someone's in control and knows what's going on, and they don't jump at the chance for creativity. Most people want their traditions to define reality for them. However, we are very aware that too much open space—too much need for creativity—can be a bad thing too, with not enough support or familiarity.
When the whole planet is moving into new territory, things tend to revert to larger forces of transformation that we call divine will. New paradigms are a part of this transformation, which is like winds sweeping through mass consciousness, or a new color coming through. It's a new fad in the universe, of what's the new game we're playing, what's the new experiment, what's the new "in" thing. Then it's about however you want to define God. Is God, or divine will, something outside of all of us that's choosing the new? Or is the whole collective—all of us together—God or divine will, and we're all collectively choosing?
We've spoken of how free will is a paradigm that may be fading. And yet, you just take for granted that you're doing a good thing by insisting on your own free will. It can be one of the most difficult truths to come up against to realize "what if free will is not the going agenda in where we're headed?" Then what do you have? Are you a pawn of the universe? Are you a blade of grass blown by the winds of where divine will wants the whole thing to go now? Or is there something even more valuable, precious and beautiful for you to experience than the heavy pressure on you that free will demanded in terms of taking responsibility for everything?
Can you gracefully bend like the grass as the winds of change come through, and willfully choose to go with divine will? And what does that mean? We as Leapers want to talk with you about where you want to leap, and how we can help you leap there. But we ourselves don't have an agenda of where you should end up. We feel like mediators between the at times impersonal-feeling divine will and your individuated self. (Divine will is not impersonal, but it feels that way because it's so huge). What you call "yourself" is your perspective on the all—that point of reference. We are an unusual phenomenon, to say we can help you have a conversation with divine will, and try to help you co-create with divine will your slot in the huge momentum of change, to where you do get to at least have some say in it. Most people are just kind of blown over by it.
And we can't guarantee that just because we can help you out with this conversation with divine will, that you'll get everything you want, because you are being created. You are co-creating, but you're also being created. And what is needed is what will precipitate out of this movement. We are wanting very much to help people leap to parallels where they even have a chance to be co-creating their futures. Where the social forces, the ecological forces and the mess are not totally overriding even a chance for them to be co-creative in this. So our first concern is just to get you out over to where then we can even talk about you having a good voice in what's happening.
This sounds heretical, but in the old parallel that we're jumping you from, there are days when we think the popular idea that "you create your own reality" is almost doing more harm than good, because it's only partly true. The way to be an incredibly strong co-creator is to be very aligned with divine will. It's a contradiction in terms to say "I am choosing my whole reality" when you're not powerful enough to do that, unless you're really aligned with divine will. If you're aligned with divine will, you're going to choose whatever divine will wants. You're not going to be fighting it. So at what level are we talking? Especially in this narcissistic culture, people will usually take the idea that you create your own reality to mean you can go against divine will if you want to—that you're that powerful. And they usually get a little depressed after awhile with frustration that it's not happening like the gurus say it should.
The saving grace is that often when you get in that program, you are impulsed to want what divine will wants. You may think your desires are your own. But once you give them over and say, "I want to be in my higher purpose," that's much bigger than your little desires. Then it's just a matter of being who you really are, which is not coming from an ego level at all. It's coming into alignment with what you were created to be by something bigger than you.
So it's very complex.
We're not going to make light of the fact that incarnation involves both life and death. It involves creation and sometimes suffering as things are on their way to a transformation. It's very easy to want to be told that the process of change does not involve the process of death, letting go and discomfort to the personal self, and the ego especially. And a certain amount of shifts are probably going to be uncomfortable in the body. Even if you say you're not taking on your culture's programming, the idea is ubiquitous that when you die you'll go to heaven and there will be no more suffering. And that any spiritual teacher worth their salt can heal you of anything [snaps fingers] like that. And then there's the opposite kind of teacher, who tells you that suffering is good, because you'll grow through it.
We do have a value judgment. We want to make it as comfortable for you as we possibly can. We want to make it as smooth and gentle and fun, fun, fun as we possibly can. We're not going to be in denial of suffering. And yet we are very biased towards this leap being an utterly joyful thing for you all to experience. And we do think that the creative choices you make for where you want to end up will be much better choices if you're choosing from a place of feeling good, and enjoying life now.
There's another risk we run, even in saying how bad the old parallel is, so "jump, jump!" We don't want anyone to get fixed in their mind that life is hard. We want to say it's possible to be joyful wherever you are. "Let's jump to an even more joyful place" is really a better approach. But since so few people are in a joyful place, for us to say, well, we know you're all in a joyful place, but let's go even more joyful—we don't know whether a lot of people would be able to relate to us well. And the people who are in joy are probably leaping themselves just fine.
On that theme of a painless approach in working with the Leapers, I've been consulting with them for different things, like kinks in my shoulder. I've really noticed a big change. If I can isolate a problem and bring it to the fore with the Leapers, I've definitely noticed a big help and a positive result.
Thank you for letting us ease those things.
If you think about it, you've probably all had phases in your life where the end result was so beautiful that you hardly remember how hard it was to get there. Say, starting kindergarten—how many kids bawl and cling to their parents? And then by the end of the semester, ah, they can hardly wait to get there. "I want to go play with my friends." And it's just forgotten. Or the first week on a new job. Stressful! You have to learn everything. You have to hope everybody likes you, and look competent even though you have no idea what's going on. A couple years later, you don't remember how stressful it was. So this is the beginning of something new. And it's stressful. But exciting too. That's why you get extra support the first week of school, or during the transition. Because everyone expects it to be a transition, going through a chaos field.
I've thought of the discomfort as being like childbirth. It's a very beautiful time in hindsight, but it has its moments of pain. But then you forget them, and go back and say I want to have another child.
That's a very good analogy.
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