The L/L Research Transcripts
January 2, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: In 64.15, Ra said: “In observing the allopathic concept of the body complex as the machine, we may note the symptomology of a societal complex seemingly dedicated to the most intransigent desire for the distortions of distraction, anonymity, and sleep. This is the result rather than the cause of societal thinking upon your plane.”
Q’uo, our question today is: What is meant by “distraction, anonymity and sleep.”
Also, Ra said that our society’s dedication to the desire for distraction, anonymity and sleep is intransigent. Intransigent is defined as “unwilling or refusing to change one’s views or to agree about something.” Why is the desire for comfort, pleasure, sleep, distraction so strong and intransigent on this particular planet?
January 16, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: In 52.11, the questioner asked: “For the entity that wishes to follow the service-to-others path, is there anything of importance other than the discipline of the personality, knowledge of self and strengthening of will?”
Ra replies: “I am Ra, this is technique, this is not the heart. Let us examine the heart of evolution. Let us remember that we are all One. This is the great learning/teaching. In this unity lies love. This is a great learn/teaching; in this unity lies light. This is the fundamental teaching of all planes of existence and materialization—unity, love, light and joy. This is the heart of evolution of the spirit.
The second ranking lessons are learned/taught in meditation and service. At some point, the mind/body/spirit complex is so smoothly activated and balanced by these central thoughts or distortions that the techniques that you mentioned become quite significant. However, the universe, its mystery unbroken, is One. Always begin and end in the Creator, not in technique.”
Q’uo, we would like to focus on the words “smoothly activated” in Ra’s statement. Would you explain what is meant by “smoothly activated”? Also, how do we become smoothly activated, and finally, what relationship does the experience of joy have to being smoothly activated.
February 6, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Q’uo, since this contact resumed after a four-year hiatus, we at L&L Research have received questions from readers abroad regarding the transition from third to fourth density that is purported to be occurring now. As you and the Confederation have made a recurring feature of this topic in your message, both in your narrow- and wide-band channelings, we presume that you want spiritual seekers on the ground to know about the density change.
Today, therefore, we have two simple questions for the main portion of this channeling:
1) Where in the process are we with respect to the transition from third to fourth density, or as you call it, harvest? And as an extension of that question, how does this harvest relate to or how do we relate to it in terms of our spiritual evolution?
2) As precisely as you are capable of speaking within the limits of this contact and the limits of free will, how will this transition into fourth density manifest in the collective space/time experience we call everyday life?
February 20, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Our question today has to do with the Creator’s will and individual free will. How do we reconcile the idea that we are individual portions of the Creator, imbued with free will when, as crystallized beings of positive polarity, we are said to be performing the Creator’s will?
March 5, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Our question today deals with the idea of pre-incarnative planning and people experiencing the catalyst they need to learn their personal lessons. How can we reconcile the idea that people experience what they need for their personal growth with our desire to serve and relieve other souls of their suffering? Is there a line between allowing people to learn their lessons versus attempting to relieve a person of their suffering?
March 26, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Our question today comes from N. in Moscow and concerns the relationship between love and wisdom, specifically, can wisdom suppress or impede in some way an opening of the green energy center? On one hand, Ra says that love and wisdom not oppose each other, but rather constitute two sides of the same coin. On the other hand, Ra says that on the negative path, wisdom is a accumulated much earlier than on the positive path.
April 2, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: As seekers who wish to be of service to others at this time of transition where there are increasing energies and our lives seem to be increasingly busy, often to the point that we feel profoundly overwhelmed, we have difficulty in finding the time and space to work upon ourselves so that we may, in turn, serve others. Can you please help us understand how we may manage in these times to best integrate parts of ourselves and become complete beings in order to offer ourselves in service to others?
April 16, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: In our question today, we are looking to learn more about the metaphysical dynamics behind love. Ra mentions love in many contexts, including saying things such as “the great healer of distortions is love” [62.26] and “love is the great protector.” [63.5] We’d like to know, metaphysically speaking, how love can do these things such as protect and heal.
And how does our experience of love, which may be described as a vibration, relate to the concept of time/space and our experience of time/space. When we vibrate closer to love, our experience of time seems to change. Is there a merging of space/time and time/space in this experience similar to that of higher densities and how does this relate to the dynamic of love in the time/space realm?
May 7, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Spiritual information often suggests that our spiritual growth is a consequence of the suffering we go through and that we should not avoid it by running away, but rather it should be embraced, and we should always try to bolster our faith and patience as a catalyst runs its course, especially as much catalyst as pre-incarnationally chosen. Another school of thought states that our experiences are due to our thinking and feeling and that it is our duty to create better conditions for ourselves. The implication is that if we don’t like an experience, say, poverty, sickness, etc. we can change it by concentrated and focused thinking and feeling. We figure that both positions are probably accurate but there seems to be something of a contradiction between the two, and we would like Q’uo to shed some light on the subject.
September 4, 2016, Special Meditation, Homecoming 2016
Group question: The Confederation sources stress the importance of seeing the love in the moment, any moment. Can you help us by suggesting approaches or strategies for making a positive identification of love when it's not readily apparent?
September 17, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: There is a paraphrased quote from one of Rumi’s poems that reads: “Live life as if everything is rigged in your favor.” The Confederation seems to echo the same thought in their philosophy, especially with respect to the workings of catalyst. They say that in the earlier phases of the entity’s development catalyst is initially offered to the self by the Logos, but that as the entity becomes more conscious of its evolution, catalyst is eventually created entirely by the self for the self.
Can you speak to this notion that this universe or life is working not against us, but always for us? Also, how do we use this understanding to take responsibility for our own creation, and as Ra describes, empower our progress?
October 1, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Our question today has to do with an individual’s relationship with the Creator. Ra and others from the Confederation speak about the self as the Creator and greater spiritual awareness coming from this realization. However, some of the greatest mystics and spiritual teachers have belonged to spiritual systems which teach about an external objective or even personified version of the Creator. Ra themselves even speak about a yearning between the individual self and the Creator. Is it beneficial or maybe even necessary for spiritual growth within third density to have this objective and external perception of the Creator?
October 15, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Ra spoke of those of us in third density as parents of that which is in the womb, the Earth or Gaia. They said at that time, in 1981, the delivery was not going smoothly. We relate to Gaia as our mother, providing everything we need in this incarnation, including our bodies. On the other hand, perhaps our individual evolution might be facilitating an easier transition for Gaia to fourth density acting as her mother of sorts. It seems as though there is a polarity one could describe as parent/child and child/parent in respect to our relationship with Gaia, as we experience our relationship with our own children. Would Q’uo speak to this possibility? How is the extreme political polarization we are seeing in our country affecting the delivery of Gaia’s physical fourth density? How can those of us who would like to be of service help with the birth now in 2016, both personally and as a group?
November 6, 2016, Special Meditation
Group question: Today we would like to explore the topic of self-worth. Can you elaborate on the role of self-worth on the seeker’s path as well as the obstacle of self-doubt. For instance, what is it we are worthy of, and what does it mean for us to have infinite worth? Any guidance in this area is appreciated.
November 19, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Our question today, Q’uo, concerns activism. On one hand, we have statements from Ra like this one from 34.9 where they say:
“There are some few whose desires to aid society are of a green ray nature or above. These entities, however, are few, due to the understanding, may we say, of fourth ray, that the universal love freely given is more to be desired than principalities or even the rearrangement of peoples or political structures.”
We also have reminders from the Confederation that the most powerful and fundamental service is one of being, not doing. That is, the radiation of realization of oneness with the Creator.
On the other hand, we hear from voices like Martin Luther King, Jr. and others studying oppression that, in a societal body, silence and non-resistance is tantamount to tacit support of unjust or perhaps even tyrannical policy.
Can you please speak to these seemingly competing ideas and how the seeker who wants to contribute positively to creating a positive society can be of the greatest service?
December 3, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Our question today is about cycles of light and darkness. When we begin entering periods of perceived darkness or destruction and chaos, we have a tendency to reach for the comfort and the light. But is it more appropriate to embrace the darkness and disharmony as a way to accentuate and balance the distortion and allow for transmutation? What is the most beneficial way for us to approach these periods of seeming darkness as [individual] seekers and a culture?
December 17, 2016, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Today, we’d like to discuss the topic of anger. What is the role of anger on the spiritual seekers path? How can we understand the root causes of our anger? How can we balance this anger and utilize it as catalyst for our spiritual growth?