Aluna Joy | December 6 2012 | Thanks, Bridge B
The Star Elders ~ From 1983 to 2012, humanity has entered into, traveled through, and is now colliding into the opposite side of the dark riff in the milky way (mentioned in the book “Astrology of 2012” by Marcus Mason, by Hay House). This is the 33 year passage of the Living Masters. The Maya understand that this riff as a place of intense transformation. Some call this a dark night of the soul for Earth and humanity. This sacred passage will be 100% complete by 2016, and we are beginning to see a little glimmer of the light at the end of this long tunnel of transformation.
Together, humanity has been going through a dark riff collectively. This 33 year passage comes at the end of every 26,000 years. Some make it through this time without too much scarring; while others are ground up, unrecognizable compared to their original forms. What true light of pure, unaltered consciousness shines upon, no darkness can undo.
There is no going back to who we were, and how we lived, before we began this journey. We cannot unlearn the light that we discovered in the contrast of this dark riff. We have fearlessly dug into our deepest and darkest places in our very soul, sometimes kicking and screaming all the way. We have cried from the deepest part of our souls for a deeper relationship with God, Creator and our own inner God Presence. We have even screamed for mercy to be released from the bondages that we feel in this human form. But we have survived, and we are ready.
There have been several phases to this dark night . . .
Sun reflecting the sun
We live in an action/reaction world known as the Plane of Demonstration where consciousness creates reality. We manifest and magnetize people and events into our lives according to our consciousness.
The Seven Essene Mirrors is a way of understanding how this process works. We can use what seem to be negative experiences as stepping-stones to healing and empowerment. “When life rolls boulders, build stairs.”
FIRST MIRROR reflects to us that which we are. It is something we ourselves are doing or where we ourselves have been in error or wounded.
SECOND MIRROR reflects to us that which we judge. It is something we have an emotional charge with, something we have either been wounded by in the past and have not forgiven. It is good to discern; however if we judge and condemn with an emotional charge, we will attract exactly what we judge into our lives.
Myss | May 1 2012
I recently wrote a small piece on prayer for a particular CMED group of students. I send out a prayer each month to these students as part of their work with their Fate to Destiny Sacred Contracts class. As I was searching through my literature on prayer, I reviewed some of the writings of Thomas Aquinas, the renowned and rather old world Catholic theologian. One has to sift through his writings to find his wisdom as it’s hidden, but it’s still there. I selected only a slight passage – not much – in which Aquinas notes that prayer is made more powerful by a person’s clarity of heart and mind and secondly, by living in accordance with what you are praying for. That is, your life choices and lifestyle need to be congruent with your prayers rather than counterproductive. Prayers will not compensate for foolish life choices, particularly conscious foolish life choices. You cannot pray for health and then poison yourself with the wrong foods, in other words.
The response to this teaching was astounding, given how brief it was. The outpouring of positive comments by people especially surprised me given that the source of this teaching is Aquinas. It’s not that I think Aquinas is such a bad guy, but he’s not on the top ten list of popularly read authors these days.
But one who is far more current though just as much a “blast from the past” is John of the Cross, the wondrous Spanish Carmelite priest who was St. Teresa of Avila’s spiritual advisor. He is not remembered so much for that as he is for having authored his immortal work, The Dark Night of the Soul. The expression alone, “I am in a dark night,” has become a part of our common parlance, though many who use that phrase are unfamiliar with its origins.