Is an immortal trapped in a perpetual life that he or she may not want?
There are “crossroads” days in an immortal’s life in which he or she can choose to leave to the soul world. If one lives life joyfully, one can get through those days. If one is tired of living, one can exit immortality during one of those days.
Richard James says
Can the person reinstate the immortality?
Having previously arrived into physicality through a time tunnel, and then after a thorough and complete rest/relaxation on the golf course of the soul realms, if the person chooses to give physicality another go round, would he/she arrive by the same method or would it now be by the birth canal?
This brings to mind another topic – that might initially strike ya’ all as silly. Having never been born, there would be no fallopian tube and hence no belly button – or would there? I’ve never met anybody without one and I can see having one as being part of the memory implant. All animals and most fruit and vegetables have their version of a belly button – the stem of an apple could represent that fallopian tube. The question here is, is there another reason for the belly button besides the one where it would scare the heck out of regular people to see no belly button where there “out to be one”?
Well this is intriguing. Thank you for sharing Almine. Your wisdom is so appreciated.
A powerful and darkly beautiful exposition, Derek.
Right now I see we are moving beyond the cusp of the Dawn of the New Creation, to the place where we co-create the journey with the Infinite. In our darkest days in this current Life we have the strongest Light. I remind my self that I have been here before and I have returned, again and again. This is the time we have been readying our selves for; to bear witness…we will be victorious and see Our Mother return in Triumph…..
I love this dear Ginette! I share the same sentiments with you❤️
It’s always easier to fall to the side when you’re working with a net that provides the illusion of security (Soul Realm), for why would you choose this difficult balance when it’s easier to go with the gravitational flow? You know the human world is there with solid arms to catch you and an earthy bed turned down at the end of your days, and while most of your kind don’t consciously choose death, they do choose to die when they trade their lives for baubles in their hand, and that is the definition of indulgent complacency. The Immortal’s land is more nebulous you see, its skyscrapers merely mirages to mortal eyes, its cathedrals priested by wily kings and queens dealing in Knowledge that can’t be bought. There are no bijous to be had here, no paychecks to reward your labor, no rosaries to diddle while moaning other mens’ prayers, no shrinks to take the place of common sense, no surrogates to make the trip for you and tell you how-to on the internet. The path with heart is the hardest path. You’ll never even scratch the surface of this journey if your hearts not in it. Because In the land of the immortals the groom doesn’t carry his brides across the threshold of life and death, but makes them crawl to the wedding bed of their own free will on their hands and knees, and if they never show up it’s because they’ve chosen to lose themselves in overlay plays or stopped along the way to lick wounds sustained in the journey and got caught up feeling sorry for themselves; and far too many people I’ve known are more addicted to the poisonous serum of their own daily dramas than to the knowledge that comes from the highest of the highest self. Mortals walk the easier path where progress is measured by shiny baubles instead of the number of scars on their soul or the tears on their pillow. If it’s gotten too hard to go on or if you aren’t willing to do the journey in earnest, all you need do is let it go and it will I’ll be gone forever.
Beautifully expressed. Thank you for sharing.
Gorgeous my friend. I must have felt this post coming. I started thinking about this before I slept.
Barbara Kathryn says
An interesting synchronicity too in your assessment that many people “…are more addicted to the poisonous serum of their own daily dramas…”
Only a few days ago I read that continual negative thinking actually produces a neurotransmitter in the body, with the reverse effect on mood as say dopamine; and this biochemical is actually addictive…just like nicotine is addictive.
Ali Amma - Joy Clarkeson says
Glorious my friend, simply Glorious. Rich with awareness. I can go on with my hearts awareness ever evolving.
… and yet there is eternally, endlessly the ecstasy and grace of surrender, of a mind silenced, of a heart self-nurtured. There is eternally the Self-determined quality of the journey, of strength, discipline, courage – blessings inherently within themselves. And, eternally, there is always the unfathomable… a most wondrous landscape that is a direct experiencing… no filters, need to do or be anything other than release resistance to The Infinite that is the Truest Self dancing upon the winds of poetry and inspiration.