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mAmbessa:
Dave: Thank you for moving this somewhere  I could get more replies. I was debating where to post this.

Terri Thank you for the welcome

Tim: I Understand preciseley what you are saying. Gentle Authority - When I breath, i feel like I exhale control and authority. Unless I am threatened, I see no need to show off or get all jumpy around-ish. IMO, A king/warrior should be: calm, distinguished, agressive , and have a vibe. a confidence in power.  A powerful gentleness.

Many warriors (especially younger ones) are constantly running around , draining themselves of energy - constantly attempting to gain control over situations and others. It can be draining just to be around them. I love my warriors though. Deep inside all that Fear and insecurity is a quality individual. I've noticed warrior souls are among some of the most interesting and special people that i've ever met.


Chiara DB

Wow... yer cute.
I can sense your calmer [for a female anyway] Female energy & creative humor. You Seem a bit defensive yet Agressive/bubbly.
you understand a lesson learned and your understanding goes far beyond your years too.
For some reason, I get the feeling you may not enjoy hanging around women too much though.

I think you'd make a great law enforcement officer. Wimpiness is a simple matter of Training over Fear. then discriminating against and terminating fear with agression and understanding. Few things beat the adrenaline rush, power and flexability this job provides. It's fit for a king.  

Compassion is a virtue in its right time and place and will get you far in this career field. It works better followed after agression. I've noticed criminals are much more likeley to accept advice after you have broken them down to a submissive level. Once the mindset of submission has been achieved, if your heart desires - you can then tell them about God or whatever the heck you want. In it's wrong place and time, compassion and advice giving will get you harmed physically. It's best in this job to be a (for lack of better term) a$$ hole. criminals are constantly seeing how much power and control they can exert over law enforcement. you'll quickly learn what works and what doesn't.  

I think you should sign up and do a ride along at a local police department.



Well, looks like i've got some reading and learning to do. If anyone knows where I should start or someone I should speak to - please, let me know

Velleity:
Hi There. :)

I'm a king as well and can also relate to quite a few things you mentioned, especially these:

i have a great ability to notice: creativity, quality and originality
i can't stand disrespect
I can also sense and see what plagues a person or what demon they are battling
I have a desire of mastering everything i touch
I feel like people constantly rebel against me, but my kingdom is not one of unprovoked force and persuasion
when i serve, I feel like a king serving through example to bring others up to my kingdom
Gentle Authority/A powerful gentleness

You might find 'lessons of the roles' interesting for king (it's at the very bottom):
http://www.michaelteachings.com/lessons_of_roles.html

That description is what really got me (as a king).
Had been disconnected from essence for quite a few years, but now am starting to come around again. And your 'sensing what plagues a person' reminded me of it, as that started happening to me in my teens (more consciously) after I had gone through some of my own dark stuff. Suddenly started really seeing peoples' "stuff", as if through osmosis, or something kinesthetic. Mostly strong feelings, and then just 'knowing' somehow.



--- Quote ---I've noticed criminals are much more likeley to accept advice after you have broken them down to a submissive level.
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I used to do this often with our dogs and kids I babysat (not exactly criminals, but you'd be surprised sometimes!), and not in an overly harsh way, but some people under one's care just need a little stubborn nudging and "No"-ness, otherwise it's utter chaos. And afterward I've noticed a big difference in respect, or that they actually like me and want me to come back soon and I can get them to do things (like being creative, drawing) that their parents can't get them to do or never see them doing.

Wonder if Mary Poppins was a king. ;) 



--- Quote ---I am ashamed to say that I do not have a lot of training in matters of personality and soul types, etc. But I would like to learn and grow in it.
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This is great! Not many people at all have training let alone interest in personality and soul types, or so I've seen of a general populace in my life. It's always a bit strange to bring up in conversation. I think you've come to the right place though, and it's good to have you here.  :)

Dave:
I can't really tell from your picture what role you might be; there isn't a close, direct view of your eyes in any of them.

You might try the personality tests at the MT site. There's a role test there. Be brutally honest with yourself as you take it and see how you come out.

http://www.michaelteachings.com/personality_profile.html

Best,
Dave

Chiara DB:

--- Quote from: mAmbessa on May 25, 2011, 04:06:28 PM ---Wow... yer cute.

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Well, that's a nice way to start off a response, thank you! :D


--- Quote ---I can sense your calmer [for a female anyway] Female energy & creative humor. You Seem a bit defensive yet Agressive/bubbly.
you understand a lesson learned and your understanding goes far beyond your years too.
For some reason, I get the feeling you may not enjoy hanging around women too much though.

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People do tell me I have a calm or "serene" manner and that I make them feel calm as well. And I do tend to be more in defensive mode when posting online -- too many bad experiences with meanies for me not to.  :'(  I like hanging around women well enough, but I do feel more myself around men. I think it's a King thing.


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I think you'd make a great law enforcement officer. Wimpiness is a simple matter of Training over Fear. then discriminating against and terminating fear with agression and understanding. Few things beat the adrenaline rush, power and flexability this job provides. It's fit for a king.  

Compassion is a virtue in its right time and place and will get you far in this career field. It works better followed after agression. I've noticed criminals are much more likeley to accept advice after you have broken them down to a submissive level. Once the mindset of submission has been achieved, if your heart desires - you can then tell them about God or whatever the heck you want. In it's wrong place and time, compassion and advice giving will get you harmed physically. It's best in this job to be a (for lack of better term) a$$ hole. criminals are constantly seeing how much power and control they can exert over law enforcement. you'll quickly learn what works and what doesn't.  

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Reading that made me realize even more that I wouldn't be good as a police officer, LOL! My heart is racing and my adrenaline is pumping just reading it! One thing I am going to do though, is our local police department has this Citizen's Academy where they do a nine-week class all about law enforcement, what they do and how they do it, and after that you can apply to be a community officer and help them out sometimes in low-danger environments -- I think that's more my level :)


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I think you should sign up and do a ride along at a local police department.


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This is definitely something I want to do!


--- Quote ---Well, looks like i've got some reading and learning to do. If anyone knows where I should start or someone I should speak to - please, let me know

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This site is a great place to start -- it is packed full of information. You can also check out the Books section and look into getting the books by Chelsea Quinn Yarbo. They are a good place to start as well.

mAmbessa:
elisabeth: Thank you for that link, I must of missed that page when i was reading through that website. Very informative.



Chiara: Enjoy that citizens academy. I did an advanced academy years back. It was great, we got to: Shoot, drive and learned investigative tactics and how to read gang signs, etc.

Theres something so deep about this job to me. I've done enough ride alongs to the point where some officers trust me enough to assist them/ deal with the perpetrators. I am so fortunate - because i've gotten to learn so much not only about the job but as a human being.

When i'm on patrol with these officers, i feel a deep part of me find joy on a level that brings me to tears. This job - I cant explain how much i love it.


I can't describe how it feels, especially at night. At night it's as if you and your best buddies own the streets. Feels like being in what i call "God Mode"

The glow of the interior, the structure and order from the Radio dispatch/laptop, the sound of the V8, i can literally smell something in the air.


The fear - i have not found a job that puts you into terms with your fear like this job. It's such a Surreal moment when your scared. It's so beautiful. I love it. So much pride. so much fear. and the fear smells like salt and sweat you can feel and even smell it.
a surprising percentage of officers, especially city officers die immediatley AFTER retirement because they've used up or tired out all the adrenaline their kidneys can produce and their nerves are just shot. When their bodies no longer get that adrenaline and a abrubt change in lifestyle  occurs - they croak.



a large part of me also dislikes this job because it's a baby warriors job in a sense. As hard as you train for command presence and dominance, it's difficult to have the kings overview when your doing so much dirty work.  but there is so much to master in this job, so much to learn and grow in, so much to just - evolve in.


It is not a carreer (atleast the patrol aspect) for a grown man, its more for a baby warrior or an adrenaline junky.

One of the reasons being, You cant always be yourself in law enforcement. not in todays age, the days where a cop was a father figure is gone in most cities and communities. (although that is what i strive to be)

ask any officer and they will tell you, the BIGGEST thing you have to learn on this job is how to talk to people.  especially any female officer will tell you that.

you have to talk diffrently to diffrent people and it feels like your almost "contracting" yourself out.  Persuasion is the simple biggest factor of law enforcement. it's persuasion and speech that gets confessions and disarms dangerous situations with minimal confrontation.

At the end of the day, if your not spiritually aware, you will lose yourself. you will have been all contracted out. You won't know who you are because this job requires you to almost sell yourself out, constantly - on a daily basis, while your dealing with these kids on the streets. a warrior might like that aspect, but it's a crap life after a while. One day , especially as a king soul - you might wake up and realize that dealing with these kids is not worth it, and that the excitement etc. is a foolish endeavor.

In a sense, i feel that this job may stop me from growing in certain aspects of my self. but in moderation - i think it will have a great positive effect on my life. Ultimatley, I am pursuing this career because I would like to make captain/chief.

The service - and on a management level - the product - that a police agency sells, is safety & honorable service. and i feel that is a very noble and quality product to offer , one that i think i can facilitate with honor.


After you serve your time as a glorified grunt (all a cop is these days unfortunatley)you can make captain, possibly lieutenant, heck  maybe even chief..have your own warriors under you.

sit down and enjoy the labor of your younger years in an office..sipping on coffee while you read a newspaper..perhaps smoke a nice cigar while you preach the importance of: justice, honor , love - you know, all those fine things in life.

*drooling* one day.. 1 day. Now theres a peaceful thought for ya'

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