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Maureen    4,872


Here are some bits and pieces that I've collected on Heart/Brow LinksCrown/Throat Links, and Sacral/Plexus Links. I colour-coded the Links but haven't put it into any order so I hope you can follow it into the weeds.   ENJOY!!


Excerpts from my sessions, my sister Diane's, Martha's, Evelin's and an unknown student. 


Evelin:  Michael, we already know of Heart Links which form after two Essences have completed all "classic" External Monads with each other. And to Maureen you mentioned Sacral Links, which are formed after overcoming Shame. As time allows, can you tell us are there any other Chakra Links, and how are they formed?


MEntity:  There are 3 types of Links that can be formed across lifetimes, and all of these are tied to the completion of Monads, but with different sets emphasized. These Links are the Heart/Brow Link, the Crown/Throat Link, and the Sacral/Plexus Link.


MEntity:  The Heart/Brow was never the only Link, but it took some time for the questions to move toward the expansion of the concept that there may be others.


MEntity:  The Heart/Brow Links are formed from Intimacy and Compassion, while the Crown/Throat are formed from Learning and Teaching, and the Sacral/Plexus are formed from Healing and Empowerment.


MEntity:  We may sometimes specify what was healed, for instance in the case of overcoming shame, but this may be different for different fragments.


MEntity:  These Links are not merely from the experiences of intimacy, learning, teaching, healing, etc, but are about long arcs of experience related to these themes that cord the chakras together during lifetimes in a pattern that, eventually, bonds.



Maureen:   Actually Michael -- would one need to be closer to Soul Age Level to be a Heart Link?


MEntity:  It helps when the Soul Age and Levels are close, but that is not necessary. It is the experiences that contribute to this path toward the Heart Link.



MEntity:  There are three basic "links" that one can develop over lifetimes with other fragments: The Heart/Brow Link, the Crown/Throat Link, and the Sacral/Plexus Link. These are formed based on a predominance of shared experiences that theme in Emotional, Intellectual, or Physical experiences.


MEntity:  The Link that appears to have formed between your Essence and the Essence of the fragment known now as "Jenny" is Crown Link, while the fragment known now as "Tony" appears to share with you a Sacral Link.


MEntity:  These are Links generated by shared experiences of the Intellectual/Expressive, and those of Physical/Active, respectively.


MEntity:  The latter tends to develop over experiences where the bodies are the priority and focus, such as in survival situations, health issues, explorations, etc.


MEntity:  Because those Links are in place does not mean that those are the areas of emphases in this life, but there may be some indication of comfort in those relative areas.



Maureen:  Is Bobby a Heart Link or another Link?


MEntity: Sacral Link.


Maureen: Can you tell me a little more about Sacral Links, so I understand?


MEntity:  Sacral Links are formed through the work of overcoming shame.


MEntity:  For the more solid Roles, this shame comes from the inner conflict over taking up space when ineffective, and for the more fluid Roles, it can be about existing at all.


MEntity:  Solid Roles tend to begin the work on these Links earlier in the cycle, but the more fluid Roles can hold off for a great length of time in dealing with this shame. This makes the Linking between Solid and Fluid Roles particularly appealing.


Maureen:  Are there specific Monads for Sacral Links, such as we find with Heart Links (i.e. Parent/Child), or is it just worked on until it's "done".


MEntity:  No, we do not see specific Monads tied to this Linking, though some serve to secure the Link more than others, of course.



MEntity:  When one is an Old Soul, there are a multitude of Links that have come to be formed. They are quantifiable, but they are often many. What we can offer is a general way of determining these for yourself, or at least a way to guess fairly accurately.


MEntity:  A Heart Link is often marked by an attraction to the person with whom a Link has been formed. This attraction can come in many forms, but at the heart of it is absolute emotional safety. Of course, there are those with whom one can find emotional safety and it not be a Heart Link, but the Heart Link is marked by a kind of conclusivity.


MEntity:  This conclusivity is a kind of surrender and unquestioning knowing that you are accepted, loved, allowed, and seen.


MEntity:   And that this is mutual.


MEntity:  Even if cloaked in the "nastiest" of dramatic exchanges, this will be present.


MEntity:  Heart Links do not mean that you no longer learn from each other. They simply mean that the question of loving and being loved is concluded between you.


MEntity:  Even if you question on the surface, the Love is known beneath the fear and distractions.


MEntity:  It is hard to ignore, unless you remove that person from your life entirely. Then it is out of sight, out of mind, if you will, but that would not change the Love.


MEntity: Using that as a reference, you can look at significant people in your life and determine if you have a Heart Link. If you are confused about what to use as a final determinator, we would say that the conclusivity is the most relevant: you know that, no matter what, you will love (accept) this person, and that he or she loves you. Entirely.


MEntity:  This can be tricky since some will mistake their sexual or bodytype or karmic/self-karmic attraction as being a Heart Link, but when it is a Heart Link, it tends not to be charged. It simply is.


MEntity:  When one is in the middle of the actual Love Monad, there are glimpses of this, but by the very nature of the Love Monad, which "recaps" all previous Monads, there will be challenges and ups and downs.


MEntity:  Only when the Love Monad is completed is there a peaceful conclusion that Agape is now in place.


MEntity:  This is similar for all Links.


MEntity:  For the Crown/Throat Links, this conclusivity is in terms of UNDERSTANDING. You may not love one another, but you "get" each other. Profoundly. There is no doubt about the other person's intentions or thoughts behind his or her words, expression, and presence.


MEntity:  Shortcuts and shorthand in communication is all that is necessary for exchanges of ideas and honesty. Integrity is secured and known. There is no static. The line is silent except for the truth between you.


MEntity:  This Link forms over about 15 of the "Classic Monads."


MEntity:  The Sacral/Plexus Link is marked by what we might describe as Shamelessness. We have not seen a consistent general number of Monads that lead to this, and it seems to vary among the Roles. The more solid Roles tend to establish several of these earlier than the more fluid Roles, who may not establish these until the final lifetime.


MEntity:  We do not speak here in terms of the inherent Shame that comes attached to a Bodytype that all fragments must contend with in every lifetime, but to the broader concepts of shame that come with all contexts of existence.


MEntity:  Some of the oldest of souls will carry a sense of shame into the final minutes of the final life, even if only to a minute degree. Sages and Priests tend to be most prone to this.


MEntity:  This is because it is very difficult for those Roles NOT to compare themselves. It is their means of navigation.


MEntity:  Aiming for the Highest Good and the Highest Truth requires a kind of constant comparison, and while this is a natural and powerful tool, it is also riddled with pitfalls that make it difficult for those two Roles, in particular, to rise above those pitfalls.


MEntity:  The relationships that are Sacral/Plexus Links then would be marked by your absolute lack of defense, explanation, justification, and this is on all levels, from the intellectual and emotional exposure, to the comfort of being seen completely exposed in your nudity.


MEntity:  We realize that our time is over for that exchange, but we think this will be far more helpful than our simply pointing out a few of each Link. Our students would do well to put their intuition and scrutiny to practice, and then we can validate from there.





QUESTION:  How many essences do most essences choose to do many external monads with? Getting confused with what I've read, can't find much in depth material. I know we do them all at least once, and to get to the love monad you do a certain group of them with the same essence, and some choose to do more than one love monad. That seems like a lot of monads to get through. Also, I can't find any description of the love monad beyond the general experiencing agape, etc, and it's not necessarily a mate thing, could be other relationships, right? Is this something usually done with ET and/or just a few other close essences?


Michael Entity:  Most fragments tend to work in all of the major (classic) external monads in a way that leads to a Love Monad with at least 12 other fragments. Once the Love Monad is completed, this fragment becomes what we refer to as a Heart Link. Most fragments tend to develop at least 12 Heart Links. This may seem like a lot of external monads to complete, and it is, but keep in mind that many of these can be completed with multiple fragments within the same lifetime; many can be reciprocated within a single lifetime; and as Essence evolves and experiments with Concurrents, this adds more possibility for fulfillment. Over approximately 100 lifetimes or more, this is easily accomplished. Many fragments choose to fulfill external monads with those Essences most available and/or already linked, such as Essence Twins, Traveling Companions, the Primary Task Companion, and then those Task Companions who are added after the cycle begins. The Love Monad is not necessarily a final monad, but simply the Monad that moves two fragments into a final process of Agape. In other words, the commitment to truly Love one another has now been made.


In that commitment, the Love Monad would show up as a commitment within the lifetime to "re-visit" literally or symbolically ALL Monads that have come to be fulfilled with one another. The reason for this is because True Love, or Agape, requires comprehension, and the Personalities attempt to truly grasp the magnitude of each other in the Love Monad. Most try to complete the Love Monad within a single lifetime, but we see that up to three lifetimes tend to be the average.


QUESTION:  Does this imply that the Love Monad occurs between fragments of the same soul age?


Michael Entity:  Yes, and rarely before the Old Soul cycle.


QUESTION:  Are the "classic" ones that full set of about 30 I've seen around various places, or a subset?


Michael Entity:  The "classic" set of monads have been listed elsewhere, yes, but we will also include those in the final transcript. [see end of transcript]* Though the classics are often preferred, the Love Monad is not limited to having only done the classics. Many Love Monads arise from including a few rather rare or original external monads. Once a Love Monad is completed, ALL "charge" between those fragments is neutralized. In other words, those with Heart Links tend to rarely feel more than soft admiration and embrace of one another.


*Classic External (relationship) Monads

Teacher/Student; Parent/Child; Imprinter/Imprinted; Siblings (brother/brother, brother/sister, sister/sister); Husband/Wife; Leader/Follower; Attacker/Victim; Healer/Healed; Rescuer/Rescued; Integrator/Eccentric; Hopelessly Loving/Hopelessly Loved; Passionate/Repressed; Dependent/Independent; Pivotal Facilitator/Facilitated; Slovenly/Meticulous; Passive/Aggressive; Adept/Apprentice; Artist/Patron; Deserter/Abandoned; Profligate/Tempered; Innocent/Sophisticate; Promiscuous/Impotent; Master/Slave; Player/Pawn; Defender/Defended; Hidden/Disclosed; Slander/Slandered; Jailer/Prisoner; Tandem Monad; Love Monad



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BrianW    394

Omg, where was this transcript a few years ago? This is brilliant!


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PPLD    3,836

Fab compilation!

And colour coded! 

(And all the info of course 😉 )

Thank you Maureen.


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