Thursday, December 10, 2020

The Singularity of Knowledge

 An interesting article ...

The Singularity of Knowledge

It’s not just some blurry point of infinitude on our horizon — we’re basically there.

“The time has come to realise that an interpretation of the universe — even a positivist one — remains unsatisfying unless it covers the interior as well as the exterior of things; mind as well as matter. The true physics is that which will, one day, achieve the inclusion of man in his wholeness in a coherent picture of the world.”

― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Personally, I’m not really a fan of the term ‘singularity’. It seems to be a cop out for trying to describe a point of indescribable progress. It’s lazy. Especially when thrown into discussions surrounding A.I. or technology — we’ve turned it into such a casually-regarded inevitability that we’ve allowed it to obstruct the pathways of our collective imagination.

Not only is it a lethargic way to idealize the future — to speak of variable singularities as they’re inevitably stitched into our horizons — but it’s also a failure in terms of our philosophical practice of intuitive foresight and critical anticipation.

Sure, it may seem near impossible to describe these certain points at which our chosen variable takes on an infinite value, but it need not prevent us from trying. In all truth, we ourselves exist in a singularity — we’re a bipedal example of the infinite progress that our primordial ancestors couldn’t necessarily envision, no matter how hard they could have tried.

Yet, I’m sure that some of them would have had some startlingly accurate or, at the least, entertaining guesses.

And so, to contextualize this rambling preamble, we should embrace the idea of a singularity, not as a term used to capture our inability to understand what’s on our horizon, but as the literal interpretation of cohesive unification, and as an invitation to try and imagine the infinitude of what’s in store for us.

This, when all is said and done, is the hallmark of what makes us human — the innate ability to predict, hypothesize, imagine.

The Noösphere

I’ve written previously about the noösphere — an idealized high-energy layer of human thought and connectivity that is constructed upon our world of ideas and innovation; somewhat of an informational nervous system, a shroud of mental inter-connectivity to which we become more and more dependent upon, fashioned from and by knowledge, exponentially generating more and more information that propels us to unrealized heights of human existence.

It’s a mouthful. And a bit of a grandiose idea, if not an already-actualized aspect of our reality.

The concept had originated in 1926 (arguably as early as 1922) by a trio of astoundingly underrated minds: Edouard Le Roy (philosopher), Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (paleontologist) and Vladimir Vernadsky (geochemist) who had agreed upon their conceptualization of this sphere of human thought in the sense of a lexical analogy to the geosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere.

We’re now on the doorstep of the century mark from whence this theory had been birthed out of this odd three-way of intellectual prospecting. Long after the innovations of radio wave technology and telecommunications, as well as the more pressing advent of the internet, we’re seeing this noösphere come to fruition. Rapidly.

To beat a preambling drum: if these three minds could only see how information moved around the world at today’s pace, they themselves would have a hard time describing it, back then, as anything other than a singularity.

Nevertheless, the noösphere is as real as it could have ever been imagined to be, and it warrants more than a respectful nod in the direction of its existence, as it means that we’re in store for some monumental achievements atop the ever-growing pinnacles of our epoch.

If only we could make sense of them, or anticipate them enough that we don’t resign ourselves to labelling it a singularity.


I’m not going to try and postulate the many ways in which the noösphere will revolutionize our systems of knowledge — it’s getting tiresome to copy and paste the ö.

This is more about an acknowledgement that we’re on the verge of unfathomably remarkable milestones in the journey of our understanding, milestones that we don’t need to concretely identify as much as we ought to loosely imagine.

First and foremost, we have to consider the landscape of our past, present and future knowledge structures. While Medium’s not necessarily the most appropriate outlet to get into such details, we can concisely agree that we exist in a time like no other with respect to how we currently cultivate and share information.

Knowledge is no longer restricted to the clergy or to those with sufficient tuition payments. Information, despite it’s clunky and clumsy manner of being organized, has been liberated for most of the minds on the planet.

This point should be celebrated ad nauseum, but it’s rarely appreciated.

More critically to our modern perspective (as praising the internet is very 1990s), we’re continuously seeing the development of more streamlined and efficient methods by which information flows around.

Upload speeds are increasing, mediums are propagating, frequencies are amplifying, receivers are tuning more precisely. Hardware, whether we’re talking about 7G towers or Neuralink, is barely able to keep up with our insatiable appetites for innovation.

Information transfer is increasingly nearing the plateaus of immediacy and, in getting there, the noösphere is becoming more responsive, more sensitive, and all the more self-propagating.

The nervous system is developing.


Our reality functions by various thermodynamic laws that nothing can seem to escape. No matter how tangible or intangible, entropy pervades anything and everything, always moving things from a state of order to disorder.

However, as the intelligent creatures we are, we have the uncanny ability to smirk in the face of this law by being able to re-establish some order from the disorder at play.

Think of an engine. It takes a stable fuel and uses the disorder caused by the burning of that fuel to create a new sense of order (locomotion). The volatility and disorder is harnessed into new methods of order (travel).

The same can be said for our systems of knowledge.

In an increasingly nonsensical world, we tend to make sense of things however we can. We write, we podcast, we legislate, we regulate.

Knowledge is just another resource that can spin out of control and that we can organize as need be, one that we’ve co-existed with since we’ve been able to share it throughout our history, from ancestral folklore around a fire to transcribing hieroglyphics.

With the future comes an exponentiation in the many flows and streams of information. Not just the message but the medium; not just the transmitter and receiver but the amplifiers and transistors and scramblers as well.

Things will get messy, as they are already becoming with the likes of social media, biased news, non-credible resourcing, noisy and dysfunctional types entertainment.

“Frankly there is nothing more cosmic than this freaking planet and all the illusions and delusions we entertain ourselves with. A knotted ball of yarn, between the absolute and the infinite. “

But, again, wherever disorder can be found, there is order to be made.

It’s not too difficult to foresee the eventual (and hopefully inevitable) harmonization of knowledge structures. A unification of sorts, one that spans the previously-compartmentalized lines of study, stitches together the feedback loops and modernizes the lenses and filters through which we understand reality.

This is the singularity of knowledge of which I write — not a singularity in the sense of an indescribable infinite, exponentiating into infinity but as a coming together, a literal singularity. An absolute.


Beyond imagination, the human mind is also gifted with the ability to decipher patterns — to make sense out of nonsense.

Especially, we seem to love common denominators.

So much so that the biggest breakthroughs in science have revolved around unification as much as they have around discovery. Routinely, we’ve made paradigm-shattering discoveries by simply tying loose ends together, and we continue to operate under this ambition (it can be said that our next target in line is dark matter).

The greatest minds in history have understood this need for unification to be the ultimate prerogative. Some, like Nikola Tesla, had subsequently failed in their connecting of certain dots while others, like James Clerk Maxwell, had become famous for it.

The problem is that it’s not easy. Far from it.

As clever as we are, we’ve compartmentalized our systems of knowledge into such distinct and divided segments of study that it’s near impossible for one student to embark upon two opposing streams of belief, something that had been the norm only a hundred years ago.

The noösphere promises us a rekindling of this comprehensive approach to understanding our world. With its synergetic potential and it’s touch-point responsiveness, it holds the ability to take all that we’ve chopped up and bring it back together, even if for a moment, just to see if anything blends together comfortably, anything that we hadn’t had, or couldn’t have had, previously considered.

Because, and this is the main point to digest, the noösphere is able to do something that we ourselves have a hard time doing. It can discern and catalogue, cross-boundaries and synthesize streams of information. It can employ numerous algorithms that would take us an absurdly long time to match in terms of efficacy.

Sounds like A.I. doesn’t it?

It doesn’t necessarily have to be, though artificial intelligence will certainly be an integral part of its picture, as it currently is.

The noösphere is the environ. We are the data points.

Twitter lets political discourse unfold in real time. Instagram lets people share their experiences with a taste of immediacy. TikTok, well, it may serve useful in some respect one day.

Quora, Reddit, Wikipedia. All far from perfect, but we’re getting there.

Once we’re able to communicate faster and better and once we’re able to contextualize and idealize more comprehensively than ever before, we’ll see the connecting of a new array of dots that we hadn’t previously thought possible.

Knowledge will come together, under a real singularity, and harmonize itself to a point whereby we’ll have as comprehensive of an outlook as we can imagine.

Whatever this really means (and it may mean many very different things), it will be the milestone of our civilization.

Technologically, socially, environmentally, astronomically, biologically — information will reach the apex of interconnectedness; in so doing, we’ll have the most informed understanding that there can possibly be (correlating to our rate of new discoveries) at any given time.

Our segregation of various fields of study will no longer be isolating; our subjective experiences and insights will no longer be so subjective; our vision will no longer be obstructed by division.

The singularity of knowledge — it’s already happening, but it’s about to speed up to rates we won’t even realize until we’re able to look back on it.

Our only obligation, it seems, is to nurture this process rather than standing back and watching it unfold on its own under the presumption of a far-and-away singularity that we don’t have enough time or imaginative power to consider.

In essence, we are the singularity.
Coming soon: The Singularity of Consciousness

Monday, November 30, 2020

The Ship of Life

 The Ship of Life 

The Transcendors indicated that, in the 3rd dimensional reality, emotion and thought are separated.  Emotion launches our adventure into the 3rd dimension which then triggers thought which triggers more emotion which triggers more thought which triggers …. and on and on.  

Steering a sail boat could be a good metaphor for this life we live.  Here, in our 3rd dimensional reality, wind and the seas are the energies of emotion and what one does to steer the boat is the metaphor for thought.  The trick, I suppose, is to feel the emotion (the energy of the moment) but not to be pushed around by it; rather, to use these energies to propel our boat of life … Zen meditation in different words.  Cayce’s use of ideals … using ideals as a navigational aid to steering our sail boat … is also a key element to mastering 3rd dimensional life; i.e. we need to know where we want to go in life and to master seamanship if we want to get there elegantly.

Metaphors are fun … though I haven’t mastered seamanship … but that doesn’t mean I’m “all wet”! LoL

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Seth on "Ocean of Value Climate"

 Ocean of Value Climate

Seth: "The value climate of psychological reality can be likened to an ocean in which all consciousness has its being. There are multitudinous levels that can be plunged into, with various life forms, diverse and alien, but nevertheless interconnected and dependent one upon the other. I like the ocean analogy because you get the idea of continuous flow and motion without apparent division.

As temperatures in various depths of ocean change, and as even the color of the water and of the flora and fauna change, so too in our value climate there are quality changes, and senses equipped to project and perceive the changes. There are distortions because of the limitations of the outer senses, but the inner senses do not distort. The inner senses inhabit directly the atmosphere of our value climate; they see through the ever-varying camouflage (physical) patterns, and the flux and flow of apparent change. To some small degree in our sessions you plunge into this ocean of value climate, and to the extent that you are able to divest yourselves of the clothes of camouflage, you can be truly aware of this climate.

What is required is more than a shedding of clothes, however. To plunge into this ocean you also leave the physical body at the shore. It will be there when you get back. Your camouflage patterns can be likened to those cast by sun and shadow upon the ever-moving waves. As long as you keep the pattern in mind, you create it, and it is there. If you turn your head away for a moment and then look quickly back you can see only the wave. Your camouflage and your world are created by conscious focusing and unconscious concentration. Only by turning your head aside momentarily can you see what is beneath the seemingly solid pattern. By plunging into our ocean of value climate you can dive beneath your camouflage system and look up to see it, relatively foundationless, floating above you, moved, formed, and directed by the shifting illusions caused by the wind of will, and the force of subconscious concentration and demand.

Yet even these camouflage patterns must follow the basic rules of the inner universe, and reflect them, even if in a distortive manner. So does value expansion become reincarnation and evolution and growth. So are all the other basic laws of the inner universe followed on every plane, and reflected from the most minute to the most gigantic spectrum.

Concentrating upon your own camouflage universe, you are able to distinguish only the distortive pattern, and from this pattern you deduce your ideas of cause and effect, past, present and future, and ideas of an expanding universe that floats"

—UR1 Appendix 8: (For Session 690)

Friday, November 6, 2020

Some thoughts on physics

 Right now my “favourite physicist” is Carlo Rovelli.  He wrote books such as  “Reality is not What it Seems”, “The Order of Time”, etc.  He is very insightful and creative … and I think his approach (which connects gravity and quantum mechanics with string theory) seems the most promising.  

Actually, my all time favourite is Julian Barbour who wrote “The End of Time”.  That book is very readable … and I’ve used his insights in my workshop.  

What is common to both of these approaches is that time arises, it is not assumed, in a multiverse.  Carlo is describing how the pixels (the “trapped light”) in our 3D multi sensory TV screen called physical reality works while Julian describes how this TV show is produced.  The common “limitation” in both of these approaches is that they don’t start with consciousness, though they do describe potential mathematical constructs that consciousness works in.  

By the way, when it comes to “dark matter” and “dark energy” Kryon and the Ummites point to an elegant solution.  

Kryon has stated that there are 3 pairs of forces in the physical universe: one pair at the atomic scale, one pair at the solar system scale and one pair at the galactic scale.  Modern physics knows about the strong and weak atomic forces and the strong (electromagnetic) and weak (gravity) forces at the solar system scale … but they don’t realize that dark matter and dark energy are the pair at the galactic scale.  

The theosophists have pointed out that physical entities with rotation and revolution are actually a conscious beings … atoms, solar system, the milky way galaxy … which is consistent with Kryon’s concept.  

The Ummite material pointed out that our physics will remain in the “kindergarten level” (my words for a Kryon description) until we start using 4-valued logic (true, false, both true, and unknowable) and a base 12 system of mathematics.  It’s been known for a few decades now that gravity and electromagnetism can be described using a quaternion (base 4) algebra.  Combining that with atomic forces one has an octonion algebra.  The full solution within a galaxy would be this octonion algebra coupled with a quaternion algebra (dark matter and dark energy) … which gives what the Ummites were talking about … a base 12 mathematics with associated “particles”.

To the best of my knowledge, nobody is thinking that way … too bad!

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Some comments on ETs and Choice

 When we think about “ETs” remember that we’re tuned into a specific “channel” (i.e. frequency) of Earth and the Cosmos.  We live in a multiverse full of life in all “channels” and all dimensions.  Lazaris, for example, would be an “ET” but they don’t bother to manifest a physical presence (apparently, that’s more common than those, like us, who create these illusions out of trapped light and pretend they’re real). 

In the Transcendors recording on 9 Dimensions they mention that there is no time and space in the 4th dimension so “ETs” cruise the Cosmos in the 4th dimension and then have to adjust their matter (their atomic structure) to our particular frequency/density.  A lot of them can only hold this frequency for only a short time (because of the density).  Others (like the Pleiadeans) can mentally shift their atomic structure to be compatible with our reality.

What we “know” about the Lemurians (the original ones in the Pacific Ocean) is that they expressed a 5th dimensional consciousness in the 3rd dimensional Earth.  To us they would appear to be Avatars/magicians because they weren’t limited by our understanding of physics.  The Lemurian civilization in the Pacific Ocean basically finished what it set out to do and literally disappeared from our 3rd dimensional illusion. Matias de Stefano describes how some “Lemurians” inhabited the regions around the Indian Ocean where lemurs are found, but they had downshifted in frequency.  Many reincarnated as Atlanteans … originally a 4th dimensional civilization.

Anyway, Lazaris and the Transcendors (and I think Seth as well) have said that the planets that we visit with our current 3rd dimensional consciousness will all appear to us to be lifeless worlds.  Part of the current shift in Gaia consciousness is to move to a 5th dimensional expression and, along with that shift, we’ll really see the life in the other planets and worlds and will be able to travel to these worlds through the 4th dimensional reality … literally taking no “time” as we know it.  

The WingMakers are our most probable future earth for us if we hold that belief.  Unfortunately a lot of people on the planet have bought into the “end times” prophecies so they will create their own personal apocalypse either through wars, earthquakes, pandemics, or whatever.  

We’ve learned about the WingMakers, Lazaris, Seth, Transcendors, Matias, etc., and we do what we do … to have the opportunity to create the future of an ascended Earth for our personal experience.  We live in a multiverse of choice and free will where all possibilities and probabilities exist simultaneously.  We project (aka manifest) our personal local universe from that multiverse based on our beliefs.  The choice is ours.

I think that’s pretty cool …

Sunday, November 1, 2020

Elias on Hope, Faith and Trust

 Elias on Hope, Faith and Trust

MARK: From your perspective, yeah. Hope: Is it negative or a positive?

ELIAS: Negative. Hope is the want for something to change in relation to what you want it to be. 

MARK: Okay. 

ELIAS: Hope ultimately leads you in a direction of disappointment. Hope is not a positive, effective expression. FAITH is definitely a direction that will contribute to you creating what you want.


ELIAS: Faith is the expression and the action of trusting what you don’tknow and what you can’t see. Faith is future-based. Trust is present. You have trust in yourself and in what you do now, and that is foundational. Faith is the expression of extending that trust to the future in relation to what you can’t see yet and what you don’t know yet, but you trust that future manifestation because you have the trust in what you are doing now, and that that creates that foundation for that future expression.

Elias on Interconnectedness

 Saturday, October 24, 2020 (Group/Hinsdale, New Hampshire)

Participants: Mary (Michael), Ann (Vivette), Cathy (Shynla), Christina (Melian), Denise (Azura), Eric (Doren), Ivan K., Jean (Lyla), Jim O., John (Lonn), John (Rrussell), Karen (Turrell), Katie (Muriel), Kenny G. (Marcel), Leonor (Kitzell), Lynda (Ruther), Marcos (Marta), Mark (Liam), Melissa (Leah), Ron (Olivia), Sandra (Atafah), Val (Atticus) and Veronica (Amadis)

“Be wondrous with yourselves and each other, and remember the magic word: cooperation”

ELIAS: Good afternoon! (Group applause, shouting and cheering; some participants shout in unison, “Happy 25, you’re not alive but you still jive!”) Very well. Thank you. (Group laughter and Elias chuckles) A quarter of a century. (Chuckles)

And now at this point, what we shall be discussing is flow and interconnectedness, and the pieces that prevent you from expressing that interconnectedness, the automatic pieces that you don’t necessarily even see that stop you from that interconnectedness, or the objective realization of that interconnectedness.

All of you have been diligently moving in the direction of expanding your individual awarenesses, and you are now on that cusp of moving into that actual experience and realization of interconnectedness. And as I have expressed recently in our internet group, interconnectedness is not connecting with a tree or a rock or a cloud or the earth in general; it is the recognition of everything and how it flows, and how it all moves one into the next and into the next and into the next, and how everything is connected. Which I have been expressing to all of you for quite some time, but now you are beginning to actually see it, or are just about to see it, and in that, giving yourselves glimpses of that interconnectedness in your own experience, in your own life. How your experiences in your life are connected, regardless of the subjects, that it doesn’t matter what the subject is. One moment you may be engaging one activity, and in the next moment you may be doing something entirely different, but they do flow together if you allow them to. Or without the awareness, you move in this capacity of stop-start, stop-start, stop-start, and you don’t realize how connected everything is. And in not realizing that, you don’t have adequate information to be making choices intentionally in the most beneficial direction for yourself—and therefore also, by extension, for everyone else.

In this, when you also are recognizing that interconnectedness and how everything flows together, it allows you not only to be making choices that are self-directed and self-structuring and that ARE to your greatest benefit, but it also allows you to see the bigger picture of your world, of your life, of how you touch beyond what you see, that you ARE actually affecting much farther than you realize, that you are constantly touching other individuals and influencing situations. And in that, although you may not see it objectively, the more aware you are and the more you are aware of that interconnectedness—not necessarily with other people but the interconnectedness of yourselves and everything you do—the more you begin to actually catch a glimmer of how that is rippling out and actually touching other people and influencing in subjects and situations that are far beyond what you would have imagined, and how powerful you are, how much strength you have in that energy that you possess.

In this, one of the greatest obstacles in relation to experiencing interconnectedness is the automatic barriers that you create between yourselves and the rest of your world. And you create those barriers not actually even realizing how you are doing that, or that you are even doing that in many situations, because of influences in earlier time frameworks, in earlier experiences in your life. In this, what I will say to you also is that there are two distinct types of experiences: the experiences that you have as children, and then the experiences that you have as adults.

Now, let me say to you, children are tremendously resilient, although you do carry experiences and trauma from childhood through your life until you address to it, and there are definite influences. The traumas that you might create as an adult are actually in many capacities more difficult to address to. They are more difficult to neutralize. Traumas that you generate as an adult you don’t necessarily protect yourself by forgetting, and because you don’t forget, or because you are aware of them, you place shields around yourselves that are impenetrable and are difficult to address to and are difficult to remove.

In this, the traumas and the difficulties and experiences that children experience, which I would say in relation to the present time framework I have recently expressed information that in the entire world—not simply your country, but throughout the entire world—there are actually two generations of individuals, two generations of people that approximately 70% of your world has experienced childhood traumas, which was born out of your Second World War.

Your Second World War was a treacherous time framework in your history. It was very different from any other time in your history, because you moved into a direction in which you lacked two very important pieces, one being honor and the other being the conviction of rightness.

Now, although I expressed considerable information to each of you about the dangers of being absolutely right, in war, throughout your history it has always been a very important factor to have the conviction of rightness on your side. And each side has always had that, throughout your history. That in every war in your history, from ancient times to before ancient times to that second world war, all of the participants—the soldiers, the commanders—all of the participants in every war have had the conviction of their rightness on each side, believing genuinely that they were right and that was what they were fighting for, that rightness.

And they incorporated another factor which was exceptionally important, which was honor. Both sides of every war have always incorporated that expression and that conviction of honor, that even in the face of their enemy, if they were face to face with their enemy they expressed that conviction of honor with their enemy. What that means is they acknowledged the humanness of their enemy. They acknowledged that even in the face of another individual that they believed was tremendously wrong and was their enemy, they also saw them as a fellow human, a man—because until recently, men were the ones that fought the wars.

Now, in that, in the acknowledgment of their fellow men in honoring them as fellow humans, this set a very different dynamic between peoples throughout history. And although every war has yielded trauma with almost everyone that participates in them—because , unbeknownst to any of YOU, you cannot take a life and not have it affect you; you cannot kill another human and not be affected by it. It isn’t possible. In this, because of the conviction of rightness and because of the conviction of honor, until your Second World War the soldiers, the commanders, everyone that fought in these wars—all of them—they experienced their traumas during these wars, but when they returned home they had the ability to re-assimilate themselves into their societies—into their families, into their homes, into their societies.

From the time of your Second World War, these two factors were lacking. There was no longer the conviction of rightness on either side, contrary to what you might think. Even the Japanese, even the Germans didn’t have the conviction of rightness. They had the conviction of conquering and ruling, and the rest of the world was defending, but [none] of the peoples had a genuine conviction of rightness, that they were right in what they were fighting for. Without that conviction of being right in what you are fighting for, it is simply an expression of opposition; there is only defense. And in that, even those that you viewed as the aggressors—the Italians, the Germans, the Japanese—even these people were [acting in] defense. They were ideally wanting to conquer and rule, but they also were defending their territories and defending their ideas--not ideals. They didn’t have ideals, they had ideas – which is different.

And the other piece that was lacking was honor. There was no honor, because there was no rightness. There was only defending. And in that, the enemy was not viewed as human—by either side. The enemy was not human.

This is an important factor, because this is what carried on after the war, which then bred two generations of children that were viewed as not human. Two generations of children that were perceived as possessions, that had no purpose other than being a possession and other than being a legacy as lineage—not a legacy to be proud of, a legacy simply to carry on a lineage. And in that, they had no other purpose.

Animals had greater purpose. The family dog had a purpose of protecting the home. The family cat had a purpose of ridding the house of any rodents. They had purposes; therefore, they were valued more. Children were burdensome, because they required attention and they required food and they required clothing, and therefore they were a burden. They didn’t produce anything, therefore being less than human because they were not viewed as people until they were adults. Then you became a human. Then you became an individual, a person. But before that, you were simply a possession that the individuals, the parents, could incorporate behavior in whatever manner they chose.

Now; in this, these children became the outlet of the trauma and rage of a generation of individuals—masses of individuals—that had experienced horrific trauma and torture in war and had no outlet for any of that. And therefore, what they did was they came home, they did not assimilate into society, they did not assimilate into their families, they isolated themselves and they isolated their families, and they created two generations of scarred individuals.

Now; the reason that I am expressing this information to all of you is because most of you—not all of you, but most of you—are of an age that you fit into those two generations. Therefore, most of you have some factors of trauma in your lives that have been affecting you throughout your lives whether you are aware of it or not; and in that, have been affecting your behaviors, your choices. And that is what creates the difficulties that people incorporate with relationships, with jobs, with family, with money. The difficulties that people incorporate in expressing themselves and that they are addressing to with myself, they come from these experiences. These are the influences and what you present in behavior.

Now; how is that relevant? It is very relevant, because it is almost impossible for you to move in a direction of recognition of interconnectedness and the experience of interconnectedness, even with yourself, if you have SHIELDS around you, if you are holding the world at bay, or if you are isolating yourselves because you don’t know how to interact, or you don’t know how to be.

One very significant piece that these two generations have expressed in behavior that is tremendously common—which almost all of you have experienced—is taking personal responsibility for others, that it is your responsibility to make sure that other people are happy and are safe and are secure and are well—that is your job. Because that isn’t what YOU received, therefore YOU are responsible to give that, to take care of. And taking care of can be expressed in many different manners: it can be in financial manners—not necessarily that you have money that you would be taking care of other people with, but that you would manage other people in their money—that you are the ones that take care of managing everything with other people.

In this also, what it has created in these two generations of being almost what you would term to be outcasts, it has created a need in people to be needed, that many individuals will express that a foundation of a relationship is that you are needed. And people believe this. And people may not necessarily express it in words, but they definitely express it in actions, that you need to be needed. And these expressions all create shields. They create barriers. When you move in directions of needing to be needed, you create behaviors that influence other people to be dependent. Therefore, you are indispensable, because other people are dependent on you and that is important.

I acknowledge many of you, that you have looked at these expressions and these subjects and that you are addressing to them and that you are recognizing how influencing they are. And in that, you can be examples to other individuals of how inefficient that is—and it isn’t love. It isn’t an expression of genuinely taking care of, either. It is need, and need is not something that is a benefit to any of you.

In this, I am exceptionally encouraging to all of you in your movements and in your expressions to be moving beyond these influences from childhood or from adulthood, and moving in directions in which you can be connected and in which you can begin to see the wondrousness of your own flow and how exceptional it is, and how empowering it is that you can actually choose what you WANT to choose—that you can choose what you want to feel, you can choose what you want to do, you can choose what you want to engage and who you want to engage with. You can choose it all, intentionally, and in that, empower yourselves and be an empowerment to everyone around you and begin to see how far that touch actually extends, because that is how glorious all of you actually are.

Now; I shall open for questions from all of you, in what do you perceive or what do you see in your experiences that create the most difficulties? What do you recognize or wonder about?