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  1. From a private session on 11/5/2020: MEntity: Hello to you, Diane. We are here, now. We can begin. DianeHB: Hello Michael DianeHB: After Election Day, I think most liberals agree that the biggest disappointment was realizing that it is such a tight race and that a good half of our country still voted for Trump after 4 years of his administration’s destruction. I’m disappointed that we’re not seeing more progress after all the turmoil of 2020 and people appearing to wake up. What happened in general, from your perspective? Some related questi
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  2. Thanks for asking Diane!! We needed this today. For those wondering about the specific Soul Age responsibility for the Old Soul, here is an excerpt from a Michael Speaks on Soul Ages and Responsibility on August 27, 2016. OLD SOULS The priority Responsibility for the Old Soul is TO CARE. By the time one has become an Old Soul and by the time the capacity for Awareness is so high, the Responsibility to Care becomes quite challenging. It is not that the Old Soul does not or would not care, but quite the opposite. They can feel as if they "care to
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  3. @NickG, Van Jones' response on CNN started my tears flowing.
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  4. Biden won Pennsylvania. He actually won. If I had the energy I would cry right now.
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  5. I have to say, watching the speeches tonight... with the emphasis on recognizing Kamala's historic firsts as a VP-elect, and Biden explicitly thanking the black and Native American communities (among others) for their huge role in his win and including "rooting out systemic racism" as part of his mandate... it make me a little teary. It's such a huge change from the last four years. This afternoon, my city was celebrating out in the streets. Everyone was dancing to music, cheering, playing instruments, banging drums and pots and pans. Every car that passed by honked their horn, th
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  6. I have had an extraordinary morning and I want to share it here in case it helps someone else. I am a Stoic and strongly intellectually centered, and those who know me know that I am not very demonstrative in most circumstances. Highly emotional people both impress me for being able to express themselves openly and cause me to stand back and give them room until they can ... well ... get over it. ha First, I decided to take a Monroe Institute class this week that is being held in a Zoom room. It's a class I've wanted to take for some time. I had my doubts that a virtua
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  7. In 1967, two men named Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin went Bigfoot-hunting and spotted a Caretaker. I wrote about these two Humans in detail for the Consequences chapter of Our Origins. Patterson had been obsessively Bigfoot-hunting for years, while Gimlin was a skeptic who befriended Patterson and tagged along. In 1967, Patterson and Gimlin drove from Washington state to the portion of the Six Rivers National Forest known as Bluff Creek, located in the far northwest of California. - Location of Bluff Creek area, Six Rivers National Forest, Northwestern California
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  8. I was in the process of starting a tour when the news of Biden's victory arrived, and I was informed by the folks taking the tour. Old City Philly erupted in celebration, and my tour went a bit off the rails. Everyone was cheering, screaming, and honking their horns. Strangers celebrated with each other. A large crowd was gathering by Independence Hall for a "Keep Counting" protest around 3pm, and since the news arrived before that, it seems the group became something more akin to a huge celebration while still acknowledging the fight is not over. Politically speaking, we are at wa
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  9. @Luciana Flora we did it!! kicking out Merino Sagasti :new prepared transitory president without acussations revoke parliamentary inmunity - in process justice for our fallen - in process search for and bring home the missing persons - in process changing our 1993 constitution approved by a dictator - soon!! we gave them a lesson. our country is awake. power to the people!! "we're the bicentennial generation and this is only the beginning"
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  10. New experience today. I had just finished folding clothing and making the bed and the room smelled of fresh laundry. I was near my nightstand putting my phone down and as I turned, I felt a shift. Everything suddenly felt different-the best way I can think of to describe it is the feeling of the breath you take as you step outside after it's just stopped raining. That cool, clear misty air that smells of plants and just sort of clean. I got a flash of green trees, rained on grasses, cooler temperatures and general balance and health for the climate. Felt a very strong convict
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  11. I watched some of the celebrations from cities across the world in support of the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and it all felt very uplifting to me. The same goes for the speeches of Kamala and Joe this evening which had an all inclusive theme to it and was uplifting too. Although there is quite a bit of work to be done relating to issues of systemic racism, the pandemic, climate change, and in other areas as well, this evening I feel like together we have moved onto or will move onto a trajectory leading not only the people of the United States but people across the wor
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  12. I feel the same way. I don't know when it's going to hit me. ♥♥♥
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  14. Yeah, the most disappointing outcome of this election is the reality that so many people voted for him anyway after 4 years of this BS. There is so much work to do still. Last night I said in Discord chat that whoever wins (we thought a Trump win was quite possible at that point), let's live our best lives from here on out. Every one of us Old souls is a teacher in our own way, and we are so needed. Enough with the fears and excuses holding us back.
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  15. Though I wouldn't compare Harris to Trump, we can't pretend -Tyranny hasn't shown up in many of her choices throughout her long career. Some of the things she did as the Top Cop in California and her general stance (prior to running for President) that incarceration is a useful response to social problems just screams King in the shadow to me. There can be a heartlessness to her that I do find alarming and why I wasn't a fan of her during the race. However, I am so, so, glad to have Trump out of the White House that I am rooting for her and hope that the backlash she received over her recor
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  16. The Electoral College is a relic of the Slave State and needs to fucking die. I feel a strange sense of calm, too, @Evelin. Since yesterday, I've had a tenuous but persistent gut feeling of calm, and of something "getting on track". I also have a weird sense of a collective commitment, of a big Us. That all the protests of the past four years, all the suffering, all the organizing, is having an effect. It's not that anything huge has changed yet. It's more like...I have a sense of a lot of us committing to making things better. Like, a feeling that a lot of us have our focus on tha
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  17. As Michael mentioned the Divergence as being between November 12th - 15th then it might take at least a few days to get a result on this election. I would like to think there is still a path to victory for Biden and Harris. There are still mail-in ballots to be counted. I am going to try to do my best to be in the positive poles and imagine a path to a future with Biden/Harris leading. Perhaps we can all do that together. Imagination is one of our most powerful tools available to us.
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  18. Tears are the biological reaction to truth.
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  19. While yeah, there's something to be said for the fact that racism is real in this country, remember: putting the election math in perspective, those percentages are representative only of those projected to cast a vote in this election. Even though this election is showing to be one that might be a record high turnout, the highest records in our country's history are still only like 62% of those actually registered to vote in this country. And even that is only a certain percentage of the total citizens in the country. When I look at the fact that Florida only just now enacted r
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  20. ENERGY REPORT November 2020 2020 OVERLEAVES ROLE: Sage (emphasized all year) CENTER: Higher Emotional (emphasized all year) (and Emotional Center) GOAL: Submission (emphasized Jan - Mar) MODE: Power (emphasized Apr - Jun) ATTITUDE: Spiritualist (emphasized Jul - Sep) CHIEF FEATURES: Self-Deprecation (emphasized Oct - Dec) NOVEMBER arrives with intensity and density that many will likely experience as profound despair and dismay and others may experience as great relief and renewal. We cannot predict which of these our students may expe
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  21. I don't think Kamala would do this; I think she will - as Obama said Biden did - be the last person in the room when he makes a decison, be the last advisor giving advice, for as long as Biden is President. But given Joe's age, there is a strong chance that he will not make it through his first term, or, if re-elected, his second; or he may find the duties of the Presidency, so long ignored by Trump, to be too much as he ages, and resign in Kamala's favor. I do think she will follow Biden as President, and be the first woman President of the US. Is she the best person for the job? Maybe, maybe
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  22. Praise the day, where the so called "United States of America" finally becomes a Democracy, One Person One Vote, nothing in between, standing on the three tiers of a Democracy, the sheer thought of voting in Judges is incomprehensible, what a fucked up Jurisdiction, even the Constitution can be messed around with whenever it pleases the ones in power. I am very well aware that I live in a fascist country with destructive outcomes unto Life itself more than ever, I know also the more those who celebrate Life itself, and stand up for it, are carving that trajectory. It i
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  23. This is so beautiful @Janet. Thank you for sharing so much love. I had an experience like that (perhaps yours was even more profound with the extra input from the IS energy) years ago when all my chakras "blew open" and would love to feel that much love pouring out of me again. You've given me hope... and intention. ♥♥♥♥♥♥ I've been deciding for a while now that I can't continue to feel despair for another 4 years or it will kill me. Someone sent me a very loving note last night and I went on a crying jag for an hour or so... which I needed. I went to sleep knowing that no matter what, I woul
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  24. I always appreciate when people try to see the innocence beyond a person's actions and I appreciate when we remind each other that no group is a monolith.... BUT, if you watch a man promote and embolden and amplify white supremacist ideology for 4 years and then actively choose to defend or support him, I'm sorry, you are not just supporting a white supremacist, you have joined a cult of personality because it reflects who YOU are, and that means that at least some part of you is a racist piece of shit. This isn't simplistic, it's just really that simple. And I'm sure there are many wonderful
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  25. Thank you for this sharing, Maureen. It's amazing how one video can show the gravity, and meaning for those marginalized people with Joe Biden's win. Van Jones spoke for some many people in this one clip.
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  26. @Connor, I've been thinking of you throughout the day... thanks for the update.
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  27. Oof, I couldn't sleep last night. I just shivered in bed all evening. Disappointed and saddened at the reality of what a full quarter of this country is, but cautiously optimistic for a Biden/Harris win. As of now, he's leading in Nevada, Arizona, Wisconsin, and Michigan. If he keeps or grows that lead as absentee vote counting continues, he's got 270. On top of that, there's hope for PA and GA, too (Georgia narrowly). Cross fingers! @Jeroen, great idea. I imagine Biden winning, and Democrats narrowly claiming the Senate a few weeks later after the run-off race. Two years later, we
    17 points
  28. And that's the adults. One thing I have noticed in the last few years is that the vast majority of the children, the teens, and the youngest adults have absolutely no tolerance for bigotry in any form, be it racism, sexism, homophobia, or religious bigotry. The next generation is coming up, and they are the ones that are tipping the world into the Mature paradigm. Yes, there are still far too many bigots, and yes, there are young people who don't follow the path of the older souls in their generation. Our world is changng, and it's going to be a bumpy ride in the short-term, but the young p
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  29. @Rosario I had to cry reading this grand NEWS, I bow deep, the peoples of Peru have shown lots of courage and maturity, bless the ones who have given their lives for Justice for All, Equality and better life-circumstances ahead. I do not want to endure any more Dictators in this our World, BASTA!
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  30. I adore you and your brain @Connor. Our relationship to the Caretakers is one that fascinates me, so thanks for this and all the work you’re doing on the Origins project, too.
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  32. I asked about the election results at my session today:
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  33. Maybe they aren't... but they are deplorable for supporting someone who is. That can't be forgiven.
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  34. Here's something I happened upon that's giving me a bit of hope: AI That Accurately Predicted Brexit, 2016 and Canadian Election says ... https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/11/1/1991564/-AI-That-Accurately-Predicted-Brexit-2016-and-Canadian-Election-says?utm_campaign=trending The Website: https://advancedsymbolics.com/us-election-2/ The AI "Polly" is purported to have been super accurate since it's been started up as of today is predicting the following electoral map forecast:
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  35. Regarding that density they mentioned, for me it's not either/or. I've experienced a little of both. Mostly, the resolve to be present and empowered, but in a muted way, not ecstatic. The pandemic is a heavy weight. It's depressing, it's scary, it's a slog. I'm no longer depressed or scared, since the election. The tightness in my chest has gone away. I also don't know when I can fully relax my hypervigilance, knowing how many of my fellow citizens are neo-Nazis and white supremacists. I don't buy arguments that not all trump supporters are that. They are. They might not know enough about whit
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  36. Yes, I feel so off centered and overwhelmed right now. I'm trying to return to a more stable, centered internal position but fuck me with this energy it's like NOPE, ride the wave bitch!
    15 points
  37. Yes, I feel weird. I feel like I'm sedated and energized all at the same time. The last two days I've done next to nothing except "rest".
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  38. @Rosario I got shivers and a rush of excitement reading this news. Yes! This is only the beginning!! Thank you to all those in Peru stepping up to teach and say "no more." We'll all soon be following in your footsteps. A newer, kinder age is in progress. (Also in general, thank you for your sweet, lovely energy. I'm so glad you're a part of this little online community.)
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  39. Anyone else find this as hilarious as I do? Trump's latest press conference was reserved and held at a Four Seasons landscaping company in Philly. They tried to play it off like it was intentionally reserved there to represent their support for the working class. I'm dying! https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.inquirer.com/news/four-seasons-landscaping-philly-trump-giuliani-hotel-biden-20201108.html%3foutputType=amp
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  40. @Crystal, I wouldn't even try to compare the King that Kamala Harris is to the King that Trump is. There is no comparison to be made... but if you want one I'd look back at the kind of president JFK was. That might be a better indicator of how she would (or will -- in the future) fare at being president. There is no fucking way Trump is a Magnetic King as it's all about philanthropy and Magnetic Roles in lifetimes are always 6th Level Old.... no exceptions. Janet got this in a Q&A from 2016: Janet: Hello Michael! What causes a 6th level Old Soul to become magnetic --
    15 points
  41. Kamala has the most consistent and reliably progressive voting record in the Senate, so I have a feeling she’ll influence Biden to push at least a little more progressively than he usually pushes. I’m intrigued to see what kind of Pres Biden will be. I know what he represents as a symbol at the moment (decency, empathy, healing), but I’m curious to see how that energy will actually manifest in his governing. He’s a throwback to a time when “compromise” meant “modest progress,” but he’s facing a Republican Party that seems fully ready to obstruct and say no to everything in the same way they d
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  42. @petra the overleaves that Troy said were more fitting for Kamala were 4th mature Warrior cast King. She will hopefully as you say be a positive pole King, who hopefully gets to lead and whisper or speak loudly in Biden's ear, and hopefully she listens to Barack Obama too. I won't judge Biden yet, but out of Harris and Biden, Harris is the one I am watching, cheering and supporting openly. I support Biden and he is so much better than the Ex President but I dunno. I guess I don't expect much from Biden. Very early days. I let them define themselves on their own terms and criteria.
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  43. Wow. I’m not an openly emotional one either, but I’ve been feeling something similar since November began. A deeply powerful, knowingly joyful calm love.
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  44. Imagine the world you want. Okay here goes. I want a world where food and shelter are freely given. Black and white bladed wind turbines are everywhere. Solar farms flood desert areas and are non reflective to protect birds. I want a world with public transportation . buses and trains yes. But also Autos. Self driving vehicles that you order like an Uber should you live more remotely. Those in deep rural areas would have one stationed at their residence but maintained by others. Wild areas are grown and restored
    15 points
  45. @Becca the Student, Michael gave me their definition of hope in a Q&A when I was asking them about Shame and the Mercury Body Type. MEntity: Despair is often defined as the complete loss of hope, but because we do not look fondly upon the concept of "hope," we would say it is the complete loss of aspiration. MEntity: We might describe aspiration as having a negative pole of Hope, and a positive pole of Accomplishment. MEntity: Hope is passive Aspiration, so Aspiration would include Hope, but when the emphasis is on Hope, or when there is a complete lo
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  46. I was thinking that too, as I read that part. Honestly, I think they're talking about a combination of factors, and how they're contributing to the general energy of this upcoming month, besides the election. COVID, the world's forests burning, the economies collapsing, etc. -- there's a lot going on right now. I'm feeling fairly hopeful regarding the election (when I'm not anxiously praying for a good result lol), but I can also see how, even after a Biden win and a Senate reclamation, I could collapse into depression, simply because I would finally feel like I have the permission to do so.
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  47. Happy Halloween, Everybody!
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  48. There is quite some relief now for all of us, and the world ,that the kindergarten crew has to leave, and with that, that some sense will come back to address issues that are essential to sustain Life on this Planet for all that share it, and that America has a good look on the damage done to the world at large through their politics. The elected people who want to take this on, I wish them well on their way. Joe Biden represents for me the old american bs, that he was raised by and part of, it will die out over the next decades, the one thing that I am grateful for is, that he playe
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  49. This right here is definitely what I've observed since I started following politics. It's one of the ways that make it hard for me to say our democracy functions effectively as a democracy at times. Combine this with both blatant & insidious misinformation (affecting nearly everyone to one degree or another), and you get exactly what we've got. There's a lot of work to on a physical, systemic level, but the good news is it's tangible change, and in many ways not invisible anymore.
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  50. Is this the unofficial US elections thread? 'Cause I need to let something out. What the FUCK is wrong with Americans??
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