The L/L Research Transcripts
January 7, 2017, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Today we’d like to speak about finding right livelihood in this time of spiritual transition. Can you please speak about how we can change our attitudes around making money and how we can integrate our need to make money with our spiritual path?
January 21, 2017, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Several of us in the group are struggling with the world which seems to judge or reject us so often, whether it’s about our past, our choices, our spiritual beliefs, or some other aspect of our lives. We feel comfortable with ourselves in those things, but feel uncomfortable or hurt when met with judgment or rejection from others. It can also lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness. How can we relate to this catalyst of discomfort or hurt feelings? How can we find a place of comfort within ourselves which can withstand pressures from society, and how can we cope with feelings of isolation brought by our choices, beliefs, or experiences?
February 4, 2017, Saturday Meditation
Group question: In the Law of One, Session 4.20, it states: “The Law of One, though beyond the limitations of name, as you call vibratory sound complexes, may be approximated by stating that all things are one, that there is no polarity, no right or wrong, no disharmony, but only identity. All is one and that one is love/light, light/love, the Infinite Creator.”
In our world today there is a strong bias towards the male polarity. In many religions the Creator is spoken of as being male, and in the English language it is common to use what is called the “male generic,” which is the use of masculine language to refer to both men and women. There is a male, or androcentric bias in society where men are seen as the norm, and women as the other, resulting in discrimination and injustice.
Our question is whether we can expect to see this condition change to a more balanced use of language and status in egalitarian society, as we move further into physical fourth density. Will it come about naturally as paradigms change, or is it something that will require a more active approach?
February 18, 2017, Saturday Meditation
Group question: In 94.12 Ra says: “As the entity increases in experience, it shall, more and more, choose positive interpretations of catalyst if it is upon the service-to-others path.”
Our question is: As the positive entity proceeds along this path, increasingly choosing more and more positive interpretations of catalyst, is there a risk that this orientation may lead to ungrounded naivete, or an inability to recognize situations that merit fear, concern and caution?
Can the positive entity open fully to catalyst from a standpoint of surrender, non-resistance, acceptance, and trust that all is well, and still exercise wisdom?
February 26, 2017, Special Meditation
A special meditation in which we ask questions about the topic of the transition from third to fourth density
March 4, 2017, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Our question today comes from our friend, Lana, and references two previously read quotes from Ra, and her question is: “I am confused about the sequence of activity and focus here. Should the spiritual seeker focus on the Creator, unity, love, light, and joy first, and only afterward focus on clearing the blockages in lower energy centers and balancing the self? This is confusing because Ra seems to indicate that lower-center blockages will impede efforts to seek the Law of One on one hand (15.12), yet indicates on the other hand that the Law of One should be put first (52.11). Can you clarify?”
March 18, 2017, Saturday Meditation
Group question: Ramana Maharshi said that all that is needed to realize the self is to be still. Much value is placed upon stillness in enlightenment traditions, including your own message. What does stillness mean? What is the importance of stillness? How does one become truly still?
April 1, 2017, Saturday Meditation
Group question: The topic of our question today is about the process of traumatic death, especially those brought about by a war. Can you please tell us how those who experience such a traumatic passing are ministered and guided in their healing process from the other side, how we can participate and aid in that process, and how we can relate in balance and forgiveness to the aggressors who cause the traumatic events?