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General Discussion / Re: What attracted you to the mt?
« on: July 20, 2011, 02:34:13 AM »
What attracted me to the Michael Teachings was reading the original Michael books, which were introduced to me by my roommate when I was in graduate school in the Bay Area.  Reading the material, it all "resonated" - I didn't know exactly what that meant at the time, but I knew it "felt" right. I liked that it seemed sort of psychological and orderly and that you weren't forced to believe or not to believe.  I liked that it was your choice. It seemed very modern.  I also really liked the "voice" of Michael - I thought Michael was funny and astute and on target.  This is something that I miss very much.  Although I like the information given by various channels, I really don't hear "the voice" coming from them, i.e. I don't think "pure Michael" is coming out anymore. That's too bad...

General Discussion / Re: Bodhisattvas according to Michael
« on: June 09, 2011, 06:45:50 PM »
..."anybody they know of who calls themselves a Bodhisattva, ha(s) extreme indulgence in False Personality."

I don't think a Buddhist who took the vow would go around calling themself a Bodhisattava, just like if you're a true Christian you're not supposed to make a show of praying in public.  I can sort of see where taking the vow would be an act of the personality instead of Essence, but the motivation is compassion, so would it be true personality taking the vow or false personality?

General Discussion / Bodhisattvas according to Michael
« on: June 06, 2011, 01:03:25 AM »
Where do Bodhisattvas stand in the Michael-oriented scheme of things? A person will decide in one life that s/he wants to make the Bodhisattva vow, which is to delay one's own "enlightenment" until all others have reached their goal.  However, how can that work - wouldn't it be selfish for someone to delay their own cadre/entity's advancement because s/he was stuck on earth helping everyone else, due to their vow?  How seriously should a Bodhisattva vow be taken?  Do you think it's a vow made by personality, or can it be something decided by Essence?

Essence Twins / Re: Essence Twins/Couldn't Care Less
« on: April 17, 2011, 06:21:49 AM »
In Hinduism and Buddhism there is the notion of darshan.  That is, just by being in proximity of a guru or other holy-type being, your own vibration quickens and you experience an acceleration in your spiritual path.  (I'm not sure how close you have to get, but I once was in the same stadium as the Dalai Lama, and I think everyone there assumed that they were receiving darshan.)  Anyway, perhaps there is something like this in MT that I don't know about.  That is to say, perhaps there is some sort of vibrational benefit to being somewhat physically close to, but not in personal contact with, one's ET or TC or other important spiritual mate?  I do wish I could ask Michael these sort of questions myself but alas Michael does not communicate with me, and to have all my questions answered by a channeler would cost hundreds of dollars...

Essence Twins / Re: Essence Twins/Couldn't Care Less
« on: April 16, 2011, 11:45:18 PM »
Chiara, is your ET also interested in the MT?

With my ET it never has been a rollercoaster in this life.  When I first saw him I didn't know anything about MT so of course I didn't know he was my ET.  He's handsome and charismatic (in an arrogant way - OMG, I just realized he has a bit of Mr. Darcy in him!) so that was the initial attraction, but then coming to find out we had the same interest in religious studies was the clincher.  My ET grew up only a few blocks away from me but I didn't know him until we were both in college, since he went to a private Christian school before then.  One thing that puzzles me is WHY did we grow up in the same neighborhood if it was going to come to naught? He could have been born anywhere in this world but he was born and raised a few blocks from me and it was meaningless in the end?  That seems like a cosmic waste. I always have said that he's living the life I would have wanted to live if I had been a boy - traveling the world, someone at every port, devoting one's life to study - it couldn't be better.

Essence Twins / Re: Essence Twins/Couldn't Care Less
« on: April 14, 2011, 07:44:25 PM »
My ET is equally fascinated by the study of religion as I am, but he keeps it at a scholarly level and has a Christopher Hitchens attitude, whereas I'm a believer with a Shirley MacLaine outlook, so I always thought that maybe this aspect of me makes him uncomfortable - sort of like a city slicker with a bumpkin cousin.  Or, maybe he does find the energy daunting. Some people have said I'm intimidating and that really surprises me - little ol' me, a Priest, intimidating?  Yet I remember this one person with an intermittant stuttering issue would always end up stuttering really bad whenever he tried to communicate with me, so maybe there is something in that observation.  I also find it odd that I am such a fan of the Michael Teachings yet my ET isn't - I thought that ETs would share spiritual affinity, but perhaps I'm wrong about that, too?

Essence Twins / Essence Twins/Couldn't Care Less
« on: April 13, 2011, 09:50:42 PM »
I have known my ET since the early 1980s, but I didn't know he was my ET until the 2000s. I wouldn't say the relationship is "too intense" - I'd say the opposite is true.  It seems like I'm the one who is always initiating contact and conversations - if I didn't, there would be no contact at all, and my ET would be perfectly fine with that.  What does it mean when one side of the ET equation is the one who does all the caring? According to Michael channelings, he and I were male twins in Africa that were sacrificed at age 19 for the good of the tribe (and then we became totem spirits of the tribe for 400 years) and we also had a life where I was the male and was killed for my heretical beliefs, leaving my ET destitute until death occured a year after my own. To me, this history doesn't warrant him being so indifferent to me in this life. It matters a great deal to me that he think well of me and etc. but like I said, he doesn't care. It's not that he doesn't like me as a person, it's just that he is so into his own life that he's his own "one and only." Oh yeah, I'm a 4th mature priest and he's an artisan ( I don't know what level he's at - ETs are not necessarily at the same levels, yes?)

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