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NWM - Jun 20, 2015 - Generational Karma

 

Start Time: 10:30 PDT

 

MEntity:
Hello to each of you. We are here, now. We can begin.

 

A generation is an approximate span of 20 years. Those who share in being a part of a generation are those who share in a fairly significant event that occurs collectively during one's 3rd and 4th Internal Monads.

 

The topic of collective karma, or generational karma, is quite vast, so what we will focus on today are the more relevant and current generations alive as students. We can extrapolate from there in further exchanges regarding historical generations.

 

Encompassing the concept of generations is a larger collective construct that we will refer to as AGES.

 

Every "AGE" is comprised of 4 Generations.

 

AGES progress in CYCLES.

 

These Cycles correlate to the primary (and familiar) Axes of Inspirational, Moving, Expressive, and Assimilation.

 

In that order.

 

Every Generation, then, is defined by their unique progression through these Cycles.

 

Cycles repeat in every Age, with 4 Cycles per Age, but Ages progress in sets of 5 that correlate to the Soul Ages.

 

For example, one could be born during a BABY AGE in the MOVING CYCLE.

 

Keep this in mind when looking at your past lives, or the current life, in terms of your collective identity/generation.

 

As with every form of relevant term or description of who you are in a lifetime, as part of a collective, in a body, as Essence, etc. one may or may not feel defined by these terms or descriptions.

 

And that leads us to the "Karma" part of the phrase Generational Karma.

 

There are collective Karma that are shared on scales that are often only ever dealt with subconsciously or unconsciously, and resisted or embraced.

 

Every Generation will have its INTERNAL and EXTERNAL KARMA.

 

Your Generation's Karma, then, is often defined by two of the Cycles in your Generation.

 

The Cycle into which you were born, and the Cycle during which your Generation is defined.

 

The FIRST and THIRD CYCLES of an AGE are EXTERNAL, and the SECOND and FOURTH CYCLES of an AGE are INTERNAL.

 

What happens, then, is that a Generation born during an External cycle then dies out during its Internal Cycle. A Generation born during an Internal cycle will die out during an External cycle.

 

These External and Internal cycles are either POSITIVE or NEGATIVE in their nature.

 

Every AGE begins with a Positive External, moves into Positive Internal, then into a Negative External, and Negative Internal.

 

So, returning to our example, one may be born during a Baby Age, Moving Cycle, which is a Positive Self-Karmic cycle.

 

We assure you that this will all make sense once we are done sharing the framework, and make further sense when it can be mapped out in a diagram by one of our students.

 

Continuing...

 

A Generation born in a world of External Karma will "come of age" during a cycle of Internal Karma. Those born during a cycle of Self-Karma, will "come of age" during a cycle of External Karma.

 

Now, keep in mind that while the Karmic state shifts collectively between Internal and External every Generation, the Positive and Negative are back to back.

 

So there are some Generations who are born AND raised during 2 Positive cycles, and another that is born into a Positive, but raised and matures during 2 Negative cycles. And others born during a Negative AND raised during Negative, and others born during Negative, and raised and maturing during Positive.

 

Maureen:  Michael, when appropriate in this session, would you give examples of some of the more obvious ones so we can see them more clearly. Examples always work for me.

 

Janet:  Yes. A lifetime example perhaps. So that we can extrapolate from that example.

 

MEntity:
This aspect is important for understanding why one Generation handles events as a whole very differently from other Generations, and why one Generation can be disgusted with another.

 

Yes. We are teachers. We will provide examples, but examples would be useless before we share the framework. We know there is much to take in as we lay the foundation, but that foundation is why the examples will make sense.

 

Maureen:  Yes ...thank you.  

 

MEntity:
Now that we have shared the framework, we can delineate the current Age of Generations, and all of the above will made more personal and relevant.

 

The current Age of Generations is a MATURE AGE.

 

What this means is that the defining effects from that particular group of Generations helps to bring that particular quality relative to that Soul Age to the planet in some way.

 

"Baby Boomers" launched this Age.

 

These qualities relative to Soul Age are not in terms similar to when we say that the planet is collectively shifting into a Mature Age. The latter is based on average soul age of the population incarnating.

 

Regardless of the average Soul Age of a population, an Age of Generations is still Infant, Baby, Young, Mature, or Old.

 

So, Infant Souls will be born during a Mature Age, for example.

 

And when the planet is populated only by Old Souls, there will still be an Infant Age of Generations.

 

We will return to these grander cycles of generations at another time.

 

The current Mature Age of Generations includes "Baby Boomers," who launched this Age, "Generation X" born as the 2nd Generation of this Age, the "Millennials" or "Generation Y" born as the 3rd Generation of this Age, and the most-recent "Generation Z" or "Virtual Generation."

 

To put the Karmic terms into something more personal, we will describe External and Internal Karma as World and Self, respectively.

 

Baby Boomers, then, were born during a Positive World Karma, came of age during Positive Self-Karma, matured into adulthood during Negative World Karma, and are aging into Negative Self-Karma.

 

This Generation would be those born between approximately 1943 and 1960.

 

Generation X was born during Positive Self-Karma, came of age during Negative World Karma, grew into adulthood during Negative Self-Karma, and will age into Positive World Karma.

 

Generation X are those who were born approximately between 1961 and 1981.

 

"Millennials" were born during Negative World Karma, raised into Negative Self Karma, will mature during Positive World Karma, and age into Positive Self-Karma.

 

This Generation would be those born approximately between 1982 and 2004.

 

The Virtual Generation are those having been born around 2005 to present, and are born into Negative Self Karma.

 

What tends to DEFINE a Generation is the cycle that is in place when that generation "comes of age."

 

This is why, for instance, Baby Boomers, who were raised through two formative cycles of Positive Karma can have a very difficult time relating to the generation who comes after who are born into and raised during Negative Karmic cycles.

 

It makes a collective difference.

 

Before we continue, we will ask each of you which Generation you fall into based on the above?

 

Bobby:  Gen X


Janet:  Baby Boomer.


ClaireC:  Baby Boomer


Liisa:  Millennial


Maureen:  Baby Boomer


VIP:  Gen X


DianeHB:  Gen X but borderline Millenial


DianeHB:  Tex is a Boomer


AnnH:  I am 1957. Late Boomer. Since I am immature, I identified more with those younger.


Maureen:  LOL!! Ann

 

Janet:  Can I confirm:  does the Positive External cycle = the inspirational cycle?

 

MEntity: Correct, Janet.

 

Janet:  Thank you.

 

VIP:  Michael, could I ask you to further describe what "positive" and "negative" mean in this context?

 

MEntity: ViP, we are using the terms in their broadest sense of Expansive vs Contracting. How that Expansion or Contraction is utilized may or may not appear to be, or actually be "good or bad."

 

VIP:  I see - in a similar sense as negative and positive poles then

 

VIP:  thank you

 

MEntity:
For example: the Baby Boomers came of age during "the 60's" and "70's" as a wave of conscious revolution, collective empowerment, and recreation, built upon the positive stability of their birth into a Positive World Karma when the United States moved into high levels of power.

 

This leads us into another layer of understanding the collective cycles of Karma:

 

Each Generation is dealing with Karma generated by another Generation, and creating Karma for another Generation to balance.

 

There are four types of Generational Karma: Reactionary, Disintegration, Collapse, and Stability.

 

Those born to Stability will tend to grow into a Reactionary generation who fights against that Stability.

 

This comes from the Positive Self-Karmic wave that comes with that generation to encourage an overhaul of what has come to be accepted as the status quo or norm.

 

Baby Boomers did this.

 

The irony is that the Baby Boomers, then, must contend with what they end up creating as the new status quo and norm in their adulthood.

 

Janet:  Do these types correlate with the types of karma and move in that sequence? eg. external world karma = stability, followed by external self = reactionary?

 

MEntity:
Yes.

 

Correction: Positive World = Stability; Positive Self = Reactionary

 

Janet:  Yes. Thanks. I’m building the diagram.

 

VIP:  so then they correspond further to Inspirational, Moving, Expressive, and Assimilation, in that order?

 

MEntity: Yes.

 

VIP:  ok, thanks.

 

MEntity:
While a single Generation will have its own Karma to contend with, it will generate the Karma that a following Generation will then take on. The Karma GENERATED skips a Generation and falls to the next in line.

 

For instance, Baby Boomers GENERATED the Karma with which Millennials must now must contend.

 

Generation X GENERATED the Karma with which the Virtual Generation must now contend.

 

So Baby Boomers have generated the Collapse that Millennials must contend.

 

Generation X is working hard to generate the Stability that the Virtual Generation will grow into.

 

Those born during The Great Depression and World War 2 generated the Disintegration that Generation X must endure. Those from World War 1 generated the patterns that lead to the Reactionary Baby Boomers.

 

So every Generation will have its inherent Karma, and the Karma left by another Generation.

 

The reason for all of this, despite its apparent complexity, is quite simple:

 

EVOLUTION and EXPERIENCE.

 

Having this rotational cycle not only allows for provocation of all Goals across all Personalities, but allows for Essence to learn to gauge time frames that are helpful for its own evolution and experience.

 

Civilizations evolve along these same lines, and are born and die along these lines.

 

We have spoken in vague terms over time about how civilizations parallel one another and that there are "corners" in time where civilizations "turn" that line up with other turns in history.

This mapping of generations is a start to how that works.

 

This is a densely-packed topic that may require a few sessions for unpacking, but this is a start, especially if one can visualize this. Once this foundation is in place, the greater meaning, depth, and practicality of this information can come through.

 

For now, we must close for today. Good day to each of you. Goodbye, for now.

 

End Time: 12:51 PDT

 

NOTE: The following link was provided by Janet as a reference point for this discussion:

 

http://www.lifecourse.com/assets/files/gens_in_history.pdf

 

NOTE: A follow-on session was held on this topic. See Generational Karma Q&A.

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Uma
On 5/20/2016 at 0:15 AM, Kasia said:

While a single Generation will have its own Karma to contend with, it will generate the Karma that a following Generation will then take on. The Karma GENERATED skips a Generation and falls to the next in line.

 

For instance, Baby Boomers GENERATED the Karma with which Millennials must now must contend.

 

Generation X GENERATED the Karma with which the Virtual Generation must now contend.

 

So Baby Boomers have generated the Collapse that Millennials must contend.

 

Generation X is working hard to generate the Stability that the Virtual Generation will grow into.

 

Those born during The Great Depression and World War 2 generated the Disintegration that Generation X must endure. Those from World War 1 generated the patterns that lead to the Reactionary Baby Boomers.

 

So every Generation will have its inherent Karma, and the Karma left by another Generation.

 

The reason for all of this, despite its apparent complexity, is quite simple:

 

EVOLUTION and EXPERIENCE.

 

This explains a lot! Will share with my millennial grandson! It's a topic we often discuss, although not from the Michael perspective. I think he will appreciate it.

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Janet

I just realized I never posted the chart I created, so I've attached it here. I think the end date for the Homeland/Virtual generation is not right -- there was some discussion of this at the time of the original session -- and, correspondingly, the years for the Savior generation would be different. 

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John Roth
On 5/9/2017 at 3:06 PM, Janet said:

I just realized I never posted the chart I created, so I've attached it here. I think the end date for the Homeland/Virtual generation is not right -- there was some discussion of this at the time of the original session -- and, correspondingly, the years for the Savior generation would be different. 

Screen Shot 2017-05-09 at 2.58.59 PM.png

 

The start date isn't right either. There isn't a consensus on when it starts - it's way too early to determine that from behavior. Looking at how "Generation Y" and "Generation Z" get defined only leads to confusion - every pundit seems to have their own opinion.

 

I'm not sure I'd assign those Ages to the "British Experience." Xenakais makes a strong case that S&H is simply wrong in trying to glue the two together. See "Generational Dynamics" and the draft of "Generational Dynamics for Historians" on John Xenakais site - they're both free for download. http://www.generationaldynamics.com/ww2010.htm

 

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