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    Mature and Old Artisans

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    [Excerpted from Michael Speaks: The Roles for Mature and Old Souls]

     

    MEntity:
    ... there is little recorded from us through our channels about the distinctions among the Roles in how they manifest through the Soul Ages, and we can address that today. ...

     

    The progression through the Soul Ages for the Roles could be described as a progression of emphasis from DOING to HAVING to BEING. Infant and Baby emphasize DOING. Young emphasizes HAVING. Mature emphasizes the reconciliation between HAVING and BEING. And Old emphasizes BEING.

     

    Understanding this can help lend insights into the various Soul Ages and how the Roles manifest.

     

    ...

     

    MATURE ARTISANS

     

    The Mature Artisan has just come from an Age where it experienced being able to create and have everything it could possibly imagine within the constraints of resources at the time.

     

    The Mature Artisan now enters into an Age that must reconcile Having What It Wants and Being Who It Needs.

     

    Previous to this Soul Age, simply wanting something was often enough to have it, because it could either be created, or it could be discovered, and most of what was wanted was tangible and all "new" to the Artisan. In the Mature Soul Age, nothing tangible is "new" anymore, and what is most wanted is often intangible.

     

    This causes a struggle for the Mature Artisan so that cravings can often show up as a distraction with "things" as a means to compensate for the intangible, or as rejection of "things" as a means to hold out for the intangible.

     

    Mature Artisans can often find themselves in desperate relationships, devastating patterns of collapse and destruction, and manipulative methods for finding ways to be special. More than any other Role, this Role, in general, struggles with the inner battle between Specialness and Uniqueness.

     

    What the Mature Artisans eventually realize is that it is THEY whom they crave, desire, and want more than anything "in the world."

     

    Therein lies the reconciliation between Having and Being for the Mature Artisan.

     

    Artisans tend to develop patterns that leave them functioning only as conduits, often feeling as if "they" are left out, or left behind.

     

    During the Mature Soul Age, it is the first time in a long time that they "come home to themselves."

     

    And recognize their vital part in the equation of their desires and wants.

     

    Until that realization has been comprehended, there will be many instances where the Mature Artisan develops symbiotic relationships that continue to enforce the loss, or blurring, of self with environment or another.

     

    OLD ARTISANS

     

    The Old Artisan is often no longer concerned with creating tangible things, but struggles to make the entire life the creation, the work of art. Everything around the Old Artisan becomes symbolic and every symbol has meaning in relation to the self.

     

    The Old Artisan, then, is often tireless in the effort to showcase the life, the Personality, and even the relationships as symbolic extensions of the Soul.

     

    They become extremely sensitive to any deviation or distraction from their own symbology, and can often find themselves bewildered, hurting, and profoundly confused by these things.

     

    They develop systems of symbology that work, but often do not realize that these are not always the same symbols or meanings that others will tend to use.

     

    Eventually the Old Artisan realizes that there are a multitude of symbols and meanings for symbols that cannot be truly standardized, and this is when the Artisan is finally free.

     

    In conclusion for the Old Artisan, if the freedom is not found through the realization of various symbolic systems, then that Artisan may find he or she begins to tunnel-vision into a closed network that only supports his or her system of symbols, and anything beyond that is either a threat, or is ignored.


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