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Server / Re: Slave/Server?
« on: April 25, 2011, 10:14:59 AM »

The Seven Attitudes / Re: Pragmatist & Realist
« on: April 25, 2011, 01:29:21 AM »
I have been channeled as Pragmatist sliding to Realist. I can validate that. If I should summarise Pragmatist, a phrase "whatever works (best)" comes to mind. I.e. what is the most effective approach to the problem? I use this a lot in my work (but not limited to) which is very much concerned with logical problem solving and solution finding. I.e. - choose the right tool for the job.
Realist would be someone who "sees all the sides of the problem, the big picture". I use this most in personal life, my own and those who ask me for advice, but also at work (for example when people with different communication styles cannot find a common language or are getting lost in details).

Server / Re: Slave/Server?
« on: April 25, 2011, 01:16:35 AM »
The best thing to do is to dig a bit: the ordinal inspirational goal is still just as ordinal and just as inspirational, whether you call it Slave, Server or Ruler From Behind The Throne. (or Tender of Children, which I've also seen.)
Oh yes, this reminds me that the original Michael Group actually got some channeling about another Causal(?) entity teacher, who used completely different terminology. Yes, its just human words of course, the important thing is the underlying concept. Indeed, Slave, Retardation, Rejection, all have certain connotations.

Soul Age / Re: What is Your Soul Age?
« on: April 22, 2011, 09:47:02 AM »

Nobody is so advanced that they don't have to deal with the occasional survival issue (Infant), or conform to the current social expectations (Baby) to avoid a lynch mob complete with pitchforks, tar, flaming torches and other unpleasantness. Sooner or later most of us are going to have to deal with having a goal and meeting it (Young) and we're always going to deal with relationships (Mature).

Knowing your effective soul age helps clarify things; it's not an achievement badge.

John Roth

I like this. I wish we had a like button.

I pretty much automatically try to asses soul age of people I am related to/ work with / am friends with. I think soul age can be very often masked by imprinting. We live in a type of society where it's easy to do your own thing. A Mature soul in India however may often come accross as a Baby due to the massive societal pressures, if you dont look too deep.

I dont think I have personally met an Infant soul in any meaningful way. I think I have met a few Baby souls. Lots of youngs and perhaps even more matures and a few olds. In other words, I can validate what has been channeled about the breakdown of soul ages in population.

There is one friend who puzzles me as to whether she's Baby or Mature. The comment about someone from India was made about her. The submission to societal pressure may have nothing to do with soul age and be simply an Asian thing. She is also very fearful however and very naive. She usually does not get dirty jokes or chooses not to react to them. Often uses a phrase "that's bad". All of that seems rather Baby like to me.

I have not asked for her overleaves (yet). I can discuss MT with her, but she would not show a very active interest. Once I discussed Osho with her and she cannot stand him. She's an Hinduist and pretty happy sticking to that.

Edgar Cayce is a direct descendant of mine.
Lori, don't you mean ancestor?  ;)

Artisan / Re: How to tell if I'm an Artisan?
« on: April 17, 2011, 09:43:11 PM »
I would say that Artisan will be manually gifted, possibly artistic. They may be into science, or at least asking "how are things made?". It is also important to consider casting. Far more often people come across as the Role of their casting than their Essence role. Are they making stuff with their hands? Definitely yes? Then they are very probably Artisans. But even this apparently may have exceptions - i.e. one can be an Artisan and for some reason not create.

When I found MT, I think I thought something like "wow - where was this hiding?"
Then I devoured it in later nights. Things were clicking into places. There are too many to mention them all. Eventually I wanted to know my overleaves. Got them channeled and experienced a powerful self-validation. Sort of "this is me and its okay, I am okay". And also self-understanding - sort of ahas - that is why I do this or that and why I feel about it this way, and these are my options.
It also explained a lot about other people and helped me to get on with them and understand a bit more about what is my part of responsibility in conflicts.

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