[Excerpt from a session, probably on June 17, 2013]
[GeraldineB] Similar to past questions on the 7 Stages of Internal Monads, I would like the basic information on the 7 Stages of the 5th Internal Monad and any additional information that indicates non-completion of the 5th IM in positive poles vs completing it in positive poles.
The 5th Internal Monad could be described as the RECREATIONAL RITE OF PASSAGE. We mean the term in both the embrace of a playful state and the active creativity that brings the life to a new state of acceptance.
The 7 Stages may go as such:
INITIATION comes with a Positive Pole of Awareness and a Negative Pole of Anxiety.
INTROSPECTION comes with a Positive Pole of Appreciation and a Negative Pole of Regret.
REALIZATION comes with a Positive Pole of Acceptance and a Negative Pole of Resentment.
MANIFESTATION comes with a Positive Pole of Revitalization and a Negative Pole of Punishment.
CONTENTMENT comes with a Positive Pole of Vividry and a Negative Pole of Overwhelm.
MAGNETIZATION comes with a Positive Pole of Bonding and a Negative Pole of Burden.
EMANATION comes with a Positive Pole of Transcendence and Negative Pole of Collapse.
Those who move out of this Internal Monad without completion tend to fall quickly into senility, loss of memory, development of Alzheimer's, and/or regress entirely into memories that are programmed into the body, losing focus on the present as a state of existence.
Those who move out of this Internal Monad with successful completion tend to return to the past as means for understanding the present in new, profound ways, using anecdotes and stories to help share wisdom; and rather than being consumed by the natural decline of memory, it is utilized as a form of philosophizing, and can even lead to psychic events and breakthroughs.
Whereas the 4th Internal Monad is one in which the individual works through the processes of "liking who I have chosen to be," the 5th Internal Monad is one in which the individual works through the processes of "liking who I am," or "who I've become," regardless of what was chosen or intended.
The 3rd Internal Monad might be described as Freeing Yourself; the 4th as Defining Yourself; and the 5th as Being Yourself.
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It appears that Geraldine received this information and posted it only as a reply in a discussion on the 5th IM. The info is included within the topic The 5th Internal Monad: During and Completed and may be discussed there.
Edited by Janet