[tmtranscripts] Lake Almanor, Part 2, Oct. 3, 2013

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Lake Almanor, Chester, California Part 2 (Afternoon Session)

Teachers: Monjoronson, Celisia, Charles, Christ Michael


Monjoronson's opening comments

The importance of team goals

Developing a community that can survive

The role of head of family

Personal need for having a spiritual community

Asking for a spiritual teacher for a group

The skills of artful inquiry and discernment

The role of TR as a facilitator

Working with a personal teacher is of value

Being a fair and objective observer of self and others

How to work with your spiritual teacher

The status of those passed

Mates on different spiritual paths

Starting a spiritual group opportunity

A question on courage of convictions

The mortal life is experiential

Christ Michael's commitment to his children of light in earthly form

TR: Daniel Raphael

October 3, 2013

Daniel: Let us once again invoke the presence of the Father, the Creator, the presence of Christ Michael and ask their support and assistance to us. We ask our teachers and guardians to be with us to assist so we understand in far greater depth than we would by just simply listening to the answers. And we give thanks for this opportunity.

Daniel: This is definitely Monjoronson!

Monjoronson's opening comments

MONJORONSON: Good afternoon, this is Monjoronson. I thank you for being here today and you may address questions to me or to some other teacher, if you wish. You need only to designate; there are many of us here with you, and those who are not are on what you might call a "conference call," so that they can respond to you directly.

You, Jim, asked about questions; what questions we might have of you. I have at least one for you, and perhaps more. The question is this: What is it that you seek to pursue? What is it in you that seeks to be fulfilled? What is it in you that yearns for completion? These would be essential questions for you to chew on, to think about as you engage the work that you have begun, which has been revealed by your Thought Adjuster, by your Guardian, and by the developments of your life. All things are not developed as a master concert conductor would do, but many times the circumstances of life offer you opportunities for growth, for imitation in and with us to assist you in interpreting and making the most out of these situations.

You are all in a highly developmental evolutionary era in your personal lives, and the resources that you have gathered over the years are now being tested and used. It is not so much tested as whether you pass or fail, but tested to evaluate the experience that you have received and the quality of your instruction, and to evaluate what you need yet to achieve to fulfill your work, doing what you have chosen to do. You can accept that the work that each of you are doing is instrumental to the Correcting Time in the largest scale, and on the smallest scale, so that you are serving while being served; you are learning while being taught what you teach. And so, you have many opportunities for growth and service at the same time. If you see this combination of learning and teaching at the same time, you will remain humble as your expertise increases, which is quite sublime in many ways. I will step aside now and I will wait with the others as you develop your questions, and each of us will step forward as is necessary to answer your questions. You are welcome to specify a teacher to answer your questions, if you wish.

Jim: Thank you; it's an honor.

The importance of team goals

Susan: Monjoronson, thank you for being here. I have a question that extends from our previous session together this morning. I talked about my design team and I believe it was Machiventa, who said-and Daniel, as well-said that the process of my team may be as important as the product we pursue. In regards to the goal that my team has set up, the economic stability for our town, I think I had an Epiphany and I would like affirmation. I realize that we are also talking in a broader sense about a crisis coming upon our world, and our world's population. For us to work on economic stability in our tiny little community, it almost seems like a moot point in view of what might be coming. Is that why you were saying that the process may be as important as, or more important, than the product?

Developing a community that can survive

MONJORONSON: Yes. Hooray! You have seen the underlying depth of the answer that was given, that you are seeing how to develop community and association that will yield tremendous results during times of great need. The economic goal that your team has is only a venue-not a façade, but a venue for achieving answers to that end-but the more important end of how to develop community that can survive. It will be through the combined efforts, shared efforts of each of you in community that will aid whole communities to survive. You will see, during these times of great stress, where individuals will not join, and will not share, that oftentimes these individuals, who have marginalized themselves will succumb to the difficulties of the times. It is important that your community realize that there is a cost for independence, and it may be their very mortal lives, and that it would be foolish for others to venture out to save them, because their own lives would be put in jeopardy as well.

You will begin to see through this answer that there are priorities within the process of developing community, and the ultimate goal is survival, and that the community must survive in order for future generations to survive. Just as a nation, a civilization, exists that culture exists as a means of enculturating future generations, giving future generations a safe place to live and to grow. What is required to develop that is thorough-going enculturation for survival skills for existence, for maintenance, for social stability and social sustainability. This cannot be done apart from other people. These are family and community efforts that will help your national cultures survive. In some cases, it requires the sacrifice of individuals of their lives for this to occur. The individual understands that contract, that relationship they have with the larger society. At times of great need, there must be sacrifice for future generations to live safely.

The role of head of family

Susan: Thank you-much to chew on. This may segue a bit into my next question. I feel I have a place in this community, and we just talked about what some of my work is. I'm getting affirmation that this is important work. I also am the literal head of my family of four children, who now are married and have children, my grandchildren. In the past, that was my primary role; that was my most important role. I am very torn between the need, as the head of my family, to nurture my family and my grandkids as they grow, and also to serve my community. I am at a loss as to how to do both, because it seems that being close to my grandchildren geographically, is important. I'm looking for direction.

MONJORONSON: Let us take the first one, regarding your family. Yes, you are the head of this family; you are the mother and grandmother of a number of individuals. It is wonderful that you have such a clear identification of your role with them. You gave them wonderful advantages for entering and engaging the responsibilities of adult life, and now your role as mother and grandmother is to continue in that role, but it does not necessarily have to be immediate. It is important to your function and your fulfillment as a mother and grandmother to continue to uphold those standards and values and folkways of your family with them.

You can do that best by reminding them-each of them and all of them, separately or all together-of the family that has been built from what you came from, and that they are part of this heritage. By saying those words to them, they will remember the enculturation that you gave them, and that their grandparents gave them. You will remind them that they have a responsibility to their children and their grandchildren to carry on-not just these traditions, but this culture of family, of survival of existence of happiness, of joy, of shared communion in family dynamics.

Your role now is as a facilitator of an extended family, for your role in this way will go far beyond your immediate family, your children and grandchildren, but it will also affect the in-laws as well. There will be a need for some of them, particularly those who come into your family from outside, who are now a son-in-law or daughter-in-law, for instance, that they are to be reminded of the things that they value highly in their partners, now must be enculturated into their own families and shared with their children and their grandchildren. You are, in many ways, facilitating the development of a greater culture.

You would be proud to know that after you have gone, you will be the proud and rightful recipient of much gratitude by well over 200 people who can directly attribute their own familial happiness to you! This does not require your physical presence, but your presence which may come through telephone calls, through Skypes, through emails-but it is good to have that voice, that vibration that they hear in their ear that reminds them, "Oh, this is grandmother" or "This is my mother," and then they get a flood of memories coming to mind as they hear about these reflections, these advisements, this facilitating advice that you are giving them.

The utmost message that you must convey to them is not to take this wonderful family dynamics for granted, that this is intentional, it is conscious and it is deliberate, and you can share it with others, and they can share it with others to spread the word to their families to their neighbors in their communities. It was mentioned this morning that if somehow the fundamentals of this family could be formulated or written down on two pages, perhaps, that would give these future generations guidance as to how to develop and maintain family. A family of this wholeness, this integrity, social, psychological, emotional, and spiritual, does not come into existence by happenstance; it is not coincidence; it is part of your genetic makeup, it is part of your energetic structure that is passed on from one person to another.

To take these wonderful attributes for granted is to squander the assets of your social life, much as a company would squander its profits and dividends on frivolous purchases, and so on. This is something that is to be held and cherished tightly to your heart, and that you are able to recognize it, and that the children and grandchildren when they experience it, can recognize it. This must be brought to them almost in a formal way, but it is part of the passage of enculturation from one generation to another. I thank you so definitely for your wonderful question.

Susan: Wow! Thank you.

Jim: That was a good question.

Susan: I know. I would like to pause and process the answer, but I'm going to keep going. I am so going to want to read this answer again, thank you. I got chills, I was inspired, I heard and felt the truth of your words. Thank you!

MONJORONSON: You are welcome.

Jim: So did I as I have a family as well.

Personal need for having a spiritual community

Susan: It was for you too, Jim. I am all over the map here, so forgive me. This will be addressing a need of my own, a need for spiritual community. It is something that I have always struggled with and especially when I began to read The Urantia Book so long ago. My need, my desire is for a place, for community, for people to worship with, to explore my spiritual life with, people who are like-minded, people who will share with me and with whom I can share. That's what I mean by a spiritual community, and the church setting is not a comfortable one for me-the existing churches. A friend, with similar needs, and I have put together a couple of spiritual groups. One of them is called, "Exploring spiritual living." We started off with a 6-week structure and it was very nice. As it went on, it devolved into more of a social group. So, for me, for my needs, it fell apart because we didn't have a vision and both of us were reluctant to lead through the second phase. Without a leader, a group doesn't work. It just sort of flounders and people come together and nothing with intention happens.

Question: I need this in my life-everyone does-and the church isn't fulfilling it. Do I have to be a leader of a group in order to get fulfilled by this? Can you help me see what I'm not seeing?

MONJORONSON: It is a great statement of conflict, where you are frustrated by your own spiritual growth and development, and that you have no peers who can share in the responsibility of the co-development of a group of individuals who are self-maintaining. This is the difficulty of being a mystic. It oftentimes puts you apart, far apart, from anyone else, leaving your existence as quite lonely. This is unfortunately a typical historic development, which we are working on now. What your group needs is a spiritual teacher to lead the group, someone you can point to, an alter ego, who can bring cohesion and coherence to your group; someone who can give you homework to do when you leave the group; someone who will give you notice to come back in a week or so, to discuss and to share once again.

Your needs are very timely to your own personal development and evolution, and also to the spiritual needs of this community. We offer a caution, and that is when you initiate a group, you need to state quite clearly what it is that you are doing, and what is the venue, and what is the lexicology, the use of words that orient concepts for this group. The reason we say to state these things is that it is quite easy for other people to be interested in spirituality, but "their method of spirituality;" "their orientation of spirituality" is what they want to impose upon others in the group. We have seen highly evolved groups of spiritually develop and dynamic people dissolve into Wicca groups. There is nothing wrong with that, but it is un-evolved. The need for you is to improve the quality of your spiritual life through growing, in that you want to grow to become God's equal, meaning "perfect as God." Therefore, to fulfill that, you need a community that is supportive of those standards and those values, and that you have an orientation to working with the Administration of the Universe, rather than a subgroup that has their own goals and their own agenda.

You already have a structure of that hierarchy, which is the hierarchy of God's light, which is part of our Planetary Management and the spiritual management of Urantia. The Urantia Book provides that wonderful lexicology that you can use, that you can restate terms [such as] Havona as heaven, and Paradise is Paradise, of course. And so, in order to maintain the integrity of your mystical group, your spiritual group as interested in growth, you must have some guidelines by which it is not admission, [but] those criteria by which you operate. Does this make sense to you?

Susan: I'm struggling with it, just a bit. A question: You said, "You need a spiritual teacher." Were you talking about a physical teacher, or a spiritual teacher?

Asking for a spiritual teacher for a group

MONJORONSON: Your group can request a celestial teacher. It could even be a visiting Melchizedek, if you wish. The teacher that will come to your group would be a group teacher, which would be brought through some individual who is TRing. It may be that this becomes an activity within the group to practice your TRing skills. One thing is definite that must be maintained is that this is not a competition. Just because an individual may TR for five minutes, doesn't mean it is more important than the individual who TRs for maybe fifty seconds. It is not that quality or quantity of contact that signifies TRing; it is the ability to be humble, to release themselves and to bring through the voice of one who wants to speak through them. This is the main element that we have seen missing in this geographic area. There is not one centralized group teacher-celestial teacher-to address the needs for spiritual growth.

Susan: Because he hasn't been called upon?

The skills of artful inquiry and discernment

MONJORONSON: Exactly. There must be a willingness among those who join your group to seek the direction and teaching the lessons from this celestial teacher. It will also be necessary for your group to learn the rules of discernment and of artful inquiry-how to ask questions, how to discern answers. Without these two skills, then you have a group of mindless dumb individuals sitting around waiting for a spiritual high. These are the wrong goals.

Susan: In that we ask for this teacher, the structure of the questions will guide us, and he will be our leader?

MONJORONSON: Yes. You may be the TR, which would put you in a subordinate role immediately. Do you understand?

Susan: I do understand; [however,] I never see myself as a TR.

The role of TR as a facilitator

MONJORONSON: Well, think of a TR as a facilitator.

Susan: Okay, thank you.

Jim: You want to ask about your teacher.

Susan: I do, but now it is coming down to a much, much more personal level. May I speak to Celisia? (Monjoronson: But of course! She is here.)

Working with a personal teacher is of value

CELISIA: This is Celisia. It is good to finally meet you, to acknowledge you in my life, and for you to acknowledge me in your life. We have begun a touching, heartfelt, heart connected relationship that is far more complete than just the intellectual knowing of your understanding. It is important that your work with me and my work with you is one of value, that we feel the presence, we feel the wholeness of the answer, rather than just a minded concept that comes through that you understand. Are you with me so far? (Susan: Yes.) And so that we are able to develop the qualities of relationship, just as your brother is working on the qualities of a personal relationship with Jesus for other people to understand through the words without directly saying them, so too, you and I will develop a deep, deep relationship in time. And though I have been with you for a good many years, this is in many ways our first start, is it not?

Susan: Yes, it feels like it is.

Being a fair and objective observer of self and others

CELISIA: And so my work with you is different from your Guardian's, and it is different from your Thought Adjuster's. I am here to help you work with the pragmatic difficulties of your life so that you grow through your skill development, working with others and working with yourself. This requires you to be a fair and objective observer of yourself, and a fair and objective observer of others-and yourself working with others. One of the reasons why you are doing what you are doing in your community is because you are a good observer; you are fair, you are objective. We see very few biases and prejudices in your life, and absolutely no bigotries, even for those who are adamantly different from yourself, which is quite remarkable. You are well placed and you are well developed, and you are ready for the work of your life. I am privileged to be here with you, as our energies are so synchronous, in harmony, in sync, that we will work well together.

You will find that the harmonic of our relationship will resonate between your brother and his teacher, that there will be almost an immediate understanding of what the other is going through in their situation, though you do not speak about it. You will find these things out when you call each other and go through the conversation reflecting on past days and past weeks work and in your lives. In many ways, I am a crew of one of the mentors. I am not a mentor; I am not nameless; I am not one of many in the "we of Mentori," but I am your celestial teacher and I will work with you in all facets of your life that you allow me to, and if there is a special need where your skills need a particular development for your personality and for your ascendant journey through this mortal lifetime, the Mentori would be more than happy to assist. I will call upon them to assist when I see that it is necessary, though this does not limit you in any way to call upon them.

Susan: You addressed so many of my questions. Celisia, is it you who is with me and answers my questions in the morning?

CELISIA: I sometime do, but it is usually your Thought Adjuster who does.

Susan: Okay. This is a silly question: If I want to speak to you, I simply address you?

CELISIA: Exactly. "Good morning, Celisia! How are you today?"

Susan: It sounds so simple.

CELISIA: It is. What would you say to your children?

Susan: I understand what you are saying about the work that we will do together. Is there anything you can say to me at this point that will help me know how to work with you better, how to facilitate our being together?

How to work with your spiritual teacher

CELISIA: Yes. If you have a particular mindset and a program that you are approaching or are invested in, then you would want to discuss with me whether this is an agreement or something that we could co-creatively work on together. And if I say, yes, then that means that it is already a part of our skill sets in the program that we are developing. Another instance may be that you come into a situation of either/or, or multiples of options, and you want to know the best option to take. You would then, of course, in order to evaluate them, ask what each option offers you, and I will be more than happy to give you feedback on each option, whether there is one option, two options or twenty. We should go through those together and choose the best, or the best three of all the options and we should also discuss what would repercuss, or what would be developed if one of these were chosen. And so, in doing this with me, you refine your own thinking and see if our greater dynamics evolve in a relationship and your own activities in your mind as you work with the programs in your community and with yourself.

Susan: Will I hear you or sense you?

CELISIA: Yes, you will both hear me and sense me. When you ask me a question in the morning, I will answer you. "Celisia, are you here?" and the answer will be clear. And then you accept that in faith, belief and knowing that I am there with you, you can proceed with your next question. And so, this is how we enter into dialog. It begins as an uncertainty on your part, and a certainty on my part that I am here with you, and so is your experiential development that helps you know when I am here and what I am saying. So, we begin with small questions and proceed from there. Soon my presence and the questions you can ask me will be a part of your every day, at any time. You will soon discover that you have the same facility with your Thought Adjuster and your Guardian-or with the Mentori. Won't that be wonderful?

Susan: Yes. With my Guardian too? (Celisia: Of course!) Wow! How blessed we are.

CELISIA: You are entering into the sphere of the third circle and onward to the second.

Susan: This is beautiful! Thank you for being here.

CELISIA: You are most welcome; I am glad to facilitate, to assist you in the facilitation of the growth of yourself, achievement of the life plan that you have and any unexpected development of those wonderful things that neither one of us anticipates.

Susan: I look forward to getting to know you. I won't take up any more of our time-our threesome time here-but I will look forward to getting to know you.

CELISIA: Thank you, and I as well.

Jim: Remember, she's your friend.

Susan: I really think it's beautiful! I have no more questions.

Jim: I'd like to talk to Charles and there's a reason.

CHARLES: Good afternoon, this is Charles.

The status of those passed

Jim: Hi Charles, and welcome back to this conversation. I have asked for you because you lived a life-I understand you had a family, and I assume you had a wife. Is that correct? (Charles: A mate, yes.) And you died, you left that life and moved on. So your experience is the same as the path we have stepped along. (Charles: Yes.) I have to put this question to rest. I ask you because you will know the importance of my questions. My mom and dad and Susie's husband left this world together in a horrific accident. I just need to know if they're okay?

CHARLES: Oh, most certainly! Their leaving was truly an accident; it rent the fabric of your family horribly for so long, and it is time to put all this to rest and see the fabric woven back together as it originally was. Yes, your family members are well cared for; they are in mansonia; they have progressed rapidly in these times, in these years.

Jim: Can you send them our love?

CHARLES: You already have and it is well received. They have access to the registry-what you might call an "active archival registry," which registers the thoughts and impulses of those who were part of their kinship, their energy origins and that it is a bit like your email, where they can pick up the message once they contact their registry address box. It is nothing like that, of course, but it is something that they can tune into. You can be assured that your sincere thoughts and appreciation and love for them are registered there.

We have found, though, that sometimes those who leave unexpectedly are criticized and even castigated by those who are left behind, for their feelings of being abandoned. These do not serve anyone well, and simply indicate the emotional and spiritual development of that individual. We know that you are far past that, but we remind others who may read these notes where that evolutionary and developmental step is necessary in the lives of everyone. You can be assured that your love and thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated, and the words that I am sharing to you are grossly inadequate to convey the depth of appreciation by them.

Susan: Thank you for that question, Jim.

Mates on different spiritual paths

Jim: Okay, a little closer to home, I'd like to ask about my wife. We have shared a life together; we've raised four beautiful children together, but we don't walk the same spiritual path. Is that possible, and if so, what could I be doing better to help her?

CHARLES: Oh, my friend, you have had a wonderful life together and you have maximized the assets of yourself and the assets of your spouse in this relationship, but truly, in many ways, her spiritual journey is none of your business. We do not mean that meanly; we do not mean that as uncaring or indifferent, but really her path is her path, and perhaps your insistence that she follow yours or bend to it by assent, or agreement, or regret is unfortunate and we urge you not to require that of her. Your job is to-"job" is not a very good descriptor of the work and the chore that you have as you enter into your mastership of understanding, an appreciation of others where they are-truly you can appreciate her many talents and abilities, and the caring affection which she cares for you and the household and the children. This is your bond into your life. You can see then, through her presence in your life, the work that you have to do with yourself. Do not be condemning or berating or belittling, but to appreciate her as the master would appreciate their student, as Jesus would appreciate you, too. Christ Michael appreciates you in spite of your shortcomings, because of who you are now, and who you are to become. I hope these words are not too harsh, but give you guidance for your self in relationship to this woman.

Jim: Thank you; no, they are not harsh. I want to be there for her in the way that she needs me, and I don't know how to do that.

CHARLES: Simply ask her.

Jim: Well, that makes it sound easy..

CHARLES: I didn't say it was easy.

Susan: May I share that in asking her, you are teaching her because I know this woman very well. Those aren't easy questions for her, so continue to ask because she needs that.

Starting a spiritual group opportunity

Jim: Thank you-that is very important. I'm going to move along. The Urantia Book study group, that I feel I was led to in some way, is a powerful opportunity for me and I don't want to squander it or wreck it. I want to know what value, or what I can contribute to this group? It seems like we are moving in the direction of possibly a spiritual teacher-maybe I'm reading too much into it-but is that possible? And if so, how can I assist in this process?

CHARLES: This, too, is easy. You have already planted the seed. Now you need to nurture the seed that you have planted. You simply continue to produce this product, this "author unknown" product, and to continue to do that. As was told to you earlier, you need to have a conduit by which curious individuals can come to you. What we wish you to do concerning this "Urantia Book group" is to write down your intentions. Your intentions are important to clarify your projected personal intentions-you may have intentions for the group that are not in agreement with our own, or they may not be in alignment or agreement with the newcomers who come into it, and it may not be the good intention for all concerned.

We will guide you in your intention by saying we wish to nurture that in-house mystic group, who are seeking greater validation for their church's authority and wisdom than simply by what is in their books and by the authority of their own organizational hierarchy. This is not a revolutionary group; this is not an outspoken group; this is not a contrarian group. This is simply addressing the needs of growing souls, who are not being fed and nurtured by the organization of the church. You need not identify these things; you need not even state what I am saying, but simply let it come into existence and do so, so it is emotionally and socially safe for yourself, for your minister and for these visitors-I would not call them members, but visitors who begin to form your Urantia Book group.

We are offering you cautious optimism for this development. We have seen great difficulty and great spiritual destruction come about through the fundamentalism of various religious belief groups. We do not wish this to occur here, as this is the small, small development that is coming into existence in the global Christian Church. We wish this to be nurtured and cared for, carefully, without your own personal wishes and agenda. We know this is your intention and your will as well, because we hear that through your words. We know that you want to protect the group against yourself, as well as feed you so you can feed the group. We understand that and we will guide you. Continue to minister with your Thought Adjuster in the mornings, concerning this issue.

Jim: Thank you; that was very helpful.

CHARLES: Please proceed.

A question on courage of convictions

Jim: This has to do with courage. (Pause)

CHARLES: I would be glad to engage your question on courage.

Jim: I have heard in my morning meditation, and it's now become a reoccurring theme, that I need to have the courage of my convictions. And I believe that I have been convicted by certain truths in my life that have been revealed to me, and I want to pursue those truths, but it seems that sometimes the task is a bit of a minefield. So, how do you venture out into what you perceive as a minefield with courage? I guess I'm saying that I don't understand having the courage of my convictions. What does that mean?

CHARLES: It is very clear to us, what is involved. You have spiritually revealed convictions, correct? (Jim: Yes.) And they conflict with your commitments, your mortal organizational commitments. You need to clarify this conflict in order to be free of the conflict, to move ahead constructively, positively and productively. You spoke to me circumspectly, and so I answer you in like terms, but do you understand?

Jim: I'm trying it on for size. So, the minefield is the conflict that I have created? (Charles: Yes.) So, to navigate the minefield, maybe I should just go around it?

CHARLES: Your conflict is not much different than your friend's. He is deeply conflicted as well between his heart and his head. You speak of the convictions from your heart; this is synonymous with his convictions of his heart, and your conflict is with the commitments of your mind that your mind has made with an earthly hierarchy and earthly organization-and earthly authority. This is not to decide and die, but decide and conquer time.

Jim: What can I do to increase my courage?

CHARLES: Act on your convictions.

Jim: (Laughing.) I knew you were going to say that. Okay. I'm hearing that from all quadrants.

The mortal life is experiential

CHARLES: This requires you to experientially proceed with your convictions-experientially. You are a mortal living in material terms, and you live in a society where you perform materially in a social realm experientially. The experiential success of your convictions, though in deep conflict, will give you courage and confidence to proceed even more. As this one's son told him concerning running, the greatest difficulty about running is getting out the front door.

Jim: (Laughing.) Or getting out of bed. Okay, so then to act on your convictions-that goes along with The Urantia Book statement, "The act is yours; the consequences God's." So for me, my courage comes from not concerning myself with the consequences but just simply the action?

CHARLES: Yes. There will be no progress on Urantia unless individuals do exactly that; not just one or two, but billions.

Jim: Wow. The consequences are God's. Okay, that's my lesson for this year. You know I could ask more, but I am so satisfied. Susan, do you have any more questions?

Susan: I don't; I'm full and can't wait to reread everything.

Jim: Thank you so much; this is such a powerful day for us. I can't tell you how much I am pleased with the opportunity this day has afforded us. Give our love to all of you guys; we are just so pleased to know you.

Susan: Is there anybody else here that would like to say something?

CHARLES: Yes, there is one who would like to speak to you.

Christ Michael's commitment to his children of light in earthly form

CHRIST MICHAEL: This is Christ Michael. My light shines upon you, dear ones. You are truly my children of light in earthly form. I love you deeply and my commitment to you is unequivocal and unceasing. My support of you is as generous and more so. Know and realize that when you co-creatively engage us, I will provide all the resources of Nebadon to assist you for the completion of your goals that you set for these co-creative activities, no matter how minor or how great. I will provide those resources to complete this fully. You only simply need to ask for it and call it into being with the assistance of my hierarchy of light. Do you understand this commitment I have made with you?

Jim: Absolutely.

Susan: Yes.

CHRIST MICHAEL: Then let it be. Rest in your heart and rest in your minds and in all of the morontial records of your life, that I have made this commitment to you. Good day.
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