Transcripts

16 December, 2017

Saturday meditation

[overview] Some people may have passions, desires, or goals, that are difficult to directly relate to service to others. Is pursuing these things that don’t seem to directly serve others a self-serving act, or can we relate to these types of passions on the positive path?

2 December, 2017

Saturday meditation

[overview] Today we’d like to talk about the concept of conformity and non-conformity. Ra said that the adept is one which has freed itself from the constraints of thoughts, opinions, and bonds of other selves. Q’uo has said that the spiritual path is very personal and individual. However, it seems as though we need to be able to understand and relate to others, and them to us, in order to serve them effectively. Can you please discuss this dynamic between conformity and non-conformity on the spiritual path of service?

4 November, 2017

Saturday meditation

[overview] Q’uo, Ra describes wisdom as having two faces—a positive and a negative face. Could you elaborate on what constitutes both positive wisdom and negative wisdom? Also, can you speak to how the positively oriented seeker might avoid the pitfalls of negative wisdom, and move into positive use of wisdom?

21 October, 2017

Saturday meditation

[overview] What are the proper roles and balance of the analytical and intuitive minds on a path of mystical seeking?

7 October, 2017

Saturday meditation

[overview] Q’uo, we feel we live in times that are intense, complex, confusing and distracted. It can create a prohibitively foggy environment for the awakening spiritual seeker. How do those further ahead on the path of seeking turn back to assist those beginning their first steps in this sort of environment. What is it that the more seasoned seeker may share with the presumably younger seeker?

16 September, 2017

Saturday meditation

[overview] The Confederation has helped us see our world as a place where all is well—all that happens is meant to be and that there are no mistakes. On the other hand, offering forgiveness is stressed, and Ra has said that in forgiveness lies the stoppage of the wheel of action, or what you call karma. This seems like a paradox in that if one accepts and understands that there are no mistakes and all that happens is meant to be, what would there be that would need to be forgiven?

Homecoming

3 September, 2017

Homecoming meditation

[overview] We have been told that this is a time of harvest for Earth, and that those few desiring a service-to-self harvest should not be denied the opportunity to achieve their choice. As a person who prefers the service-to-others choice, what encouragements or thoughts can you offer concerning my reactions to, and especially, my thinking about, the fighting and riots in some of our cities. I don’t want to be angry, I don’t want to hurt others with what I say. How can I remain focused on what is positive when some events seem to go absolutely contrary to what I believe?

20 May, 2017

Saturday meditation

[overview] Most within the group have felt various layers of clearing as old things are let go and openings are made for new energies and opportunities. There is a common desire to raise the self’s vibrations to their highest potentials, and to be more effective in serving others. We would like to know how we can both work with and allow the energies of fourth density to clear and transform us; and what, if anything, we can do to consciously assist this process of clearing. Also, if you could speak to the role of gratitude in this process.

6 May, 2017

Saturday meditation

[overview] If we look at our daily experiences as giving us clues as to the direction of our seeking, how should we use our feelings, our intellect, and our intuition to choose our direction?

30 April, 2017

Sunday meditation

[overview] We would like to explore the impetus which moves us toward service to others. We have noticed that in many situations we find ourselves moved to service through a sense of discomfort or unease in witnessing the suffering of another self, and performing a service offers us relief from this discomfort. Is it the best service if it is motivated by seeking not to witness the pain of another self?