Veronica Torres – How to Think Less and Feel More
This meeting began with Eloheim focusing on how to integrate the thinking part of ourselves with the feeling part in order to be a whole, balanced person. They described how the Industrial and Technological Revolutions had suppressed our connections to nature, plants, animals, and the seasons and replaced that with scientific methods, which required the need to prove and reproduce results. We elevated thinking over wisdom and insight. Thanks to those revolutions of technology and industry, we have now gone beyond the survival mode and freed up our time, and so we are feeling the desire to get out of hamster wheel thinking and feel more. Thinking so much has not served us. At this point in our evolution, we are able and desiring to reconnect to the heart. We are asking the heart to join the conversation and to be a part of making decisions.
Eloheim suggested we take a hammer and bust up that hamster-wheel thinking, lay out the pieces, and deal with them one at a time. Thinking is a tool when it’s applied to the part of life it’s in charge of, ie driving, balancing your checking account, body coordination, cooking. Insights and ahas are the other part of life, and there is no need to prove or justify them as they come. Honor the times when you need to be in your heart and the times when you need to use your brain. It’s a team. Don’t beat yourself up as you learn to use both in balance.
Then Eloheim touched on magnetizing. We magnetize new things from our new emanations and it’s time to find comfort in uncertainty. Our relationship to everyone and everything has changed as we changed. We magnetize new relationships and in the process, set standards for who and what we want in our lives. Not engaging in victim talk is setting standards.
The rest of the meeting was about Duality and the usage of duality terms. Duality talk is connected to victimhood. When we talk in dualistic terms, we generate static, and it limits choices. The integration of our healed and transformed parts is hindered by the static of dualistic terms. Duality gives a sense of false certainty.
For example, when someone asks, “How are you?” what do you say? I’m fine? I’m good? Eloheim suggests we ask ourselves the question first, stop and listen, and then answer with the truth of us in that moment. “You want people in your life who want to know the truth of you.” If you don’t know how you are in the moment, say that. If you don’t want to talk about it right now, say that. Be the truth of you, know your deeper truth and say something more than, I am fine, I am good.
We are human beings who are evolving our personal relationships to our inner worlds so we are to stay out of duality and victimhood as much as possible in order to access the higher vibrational levels. Eloheim discussed how to drop dualistic statements and catch a boost out of fake certainty.
They then spoke about the Levels and of moving our fulcrums (balance points), using a teeter totter as an example, from Levels 2-4-6 (from victimhood-I choose my reactions-what trigger) to Levels 7-8-9 (it’s all me-unexplored levels for now). We are moving our fulcrums up to higher levels. Default at Level 6 not Level 2.
And no more being mean to ourselves, it’s not possible when we let go of certainty. Ask yourself, “When I’m being mean to myself, what uncertainty am I afraid to face?”
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