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Ask Michael - Jan 3, 2016 MEntity: Hello to each of you. We are here, now. We can begin. QUEUE IS NOW OPEN Maureen: I'm curious as to the process of intuition, perception, resonance, etc. specifically around the ‘reading’ of, or the resonating with, someone across physical distance, either through photographs, names, etc. (visual), recording (aural) psychometry (touch), or chatting online, etc., vs. being with someone in person. Are there different levels, stages, rings, etc. of resonance, perception or intuition? Have I included too much in a grouping? Do these need to be pars
[Excerpted from a private session originally posted on February 8, 2016] Question: What causes hospital psychosis? Is this psychosis somehow a breaking down of the wall between the physical and astral plane? Do you have advice for others on how to support or assist a loved one who is experiencing this condition? One of the primary contributing factors to the tendency toward "psychosis" in a hospital is that it is teeming with activity that is at the edge of the Physical and Astral. In concentrated areas of healing, intensity, death, recovery, illness, etc. the activity at
I was sick yesterday. I was lying on the couch, looking for something to watch on TV. I watched "May It Last," a documentary by Judd Apatow about The Avett Brothers. I've known of and appreciated the Avett Brothers' music for years, but hadn't considered myself a huge fan. This documentary changed that. The bond between the two brothers is stunning to behold. It's enviable. I kept wondering about their Essence connection. Essence Twins? Essence Mates? All the chakric links? Something deep. The part of the documentary where they record the song "No Hard Feelings" was very moving. B
September 12, 2010 Troy Tolley, Channel Internal Monads [MEntity] Hello to each of you. We are here. We can begin now. We have been asked to speak about the processes we have named “The 7 Internal Monads.” We can define “Monad” in many ways, but here we will describe it as “the natural process toward wholeness,” or “the structure provided for two parts of a whole to eventually manifest even greater than the sum of those parts.” A Monad will always have two parts that are vital to the whole, but are eventually resolved, or comprehended, so that those two parts A