“The moment you are impatient . . .”

Today I decided to do a new audio for this week’s ARKCroneCast offering, and wouldn’t you know, was so impatient that I forgot to use the microphone. I think it’s still okay. If not, will do over. Producer Gabby will let me know.

The story behind why I decided to do this particular audio right now offers the usual synchronicities, to wit: I put up a PSA video two weeks ago called “What Is FEAR”  — mostly because I was so disgusted at how this unprecedented global plandemic psy-op still has so many people mind-controlled into FEAR. But something about that video bothered me. It didn’t seem complete. Yes, all but instinctive fear is MENTAL stemming from the human imagination’s reworking of information coming from the outside, but, but . . .

Then yesterday, at Gabby’s suggestion, I happened to look through my 2007 book, THIS VAST BEING: A Voyage through Grief and Exaltation, and came across a chapter with an innocuous title, “Interlude.” Nevertheless, I was directed to read it. And whaddya know! This was what my What is FEAR video was missing! For despite that it’s mental, we can make use of fear to both help us plumb our own depths and to set our own direction —which is what I was doing in that chapter — and what millions of people have been doing during this Great Pause.

So, now, “What is FEAR” the video, is Part 1, and “What is FEAR, Part II,” an audio, has the subtitle, “Fear’s Fascination.” Should be up tomorrow.

Okay, so then, synchronicity #2: Having just realized. that I forgot to use the microphone, I then happened  to look over at the left hand corner my (dusty) altar, and noticed this pink piece of paper tucked between statues of various goddesses and an ET, plus a photo of guru Muktananda.

 

I’ve had this pink slip for at least 20 years, maybe 25, and pull it out to reread probably every three years. The hand-written red words on that slip still both baffle and entice me. Have no idea where they came from, but they obviously have to do with the ability to see 3D from a higher dimension. Something I sense we all could use right about now as we continue to wait, impatiently, for the lockdown to lift.

The moment you are impatient,

you recognize the force of time,

that places in your way the obstacles of space,

and starts a new chain of causation.

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3 Responses to “The moment you are impatient . . .”

  1. I always enter a conversation with myself before ordering books I know will make me sad even if the book promises to have a good ending. It goes like this: “I’m seeking truth as my highest priority, and choose to explore this topic to broaden my knowledge. But listen up guys (guys is what I call my subconscious), I’m not seeking sadness, grief, remorse back from the universe, but instead I’m seeking an understanding that takes me to joy, love, and fearlessness.” … or sort of like that.

    I though Bruce Lipton had a good video today about fear “It Can Be Treated”
    https://youtu.be/SO1uV-QB5Xk

  2. Woodstock Occurred in the Middle of a Pandemic!

    I forgot about this:

    https://www.aier.org/article/woodstock-occurred-in-the-middle-of-a-pandemic/

    There’s also a audio version https://tinyurl.com/ycn2ahr5

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