One mile from where I live there’s a beautiful lake in the midst of a forest.
I went there this summer with a friend. She’s very into nature spirits and very good at spotting them. We decided to follow the lakeshore and on our walk so much beauty unfolded.
She’s trying to merge the two worlds of fairy-tale and real life 3D: not always the easiest of tasks. I started seeing these beings as a child, but decided that the subject of ‘elves and fairies’ and what have we wasn’t my path.
We pointed each other to the more or less invisible creatures of the forest and yes amazingly they showed themselves. At one point I saw the ‘Lady of the Lake’ hovering over the water. I told and pointed and see also could see the Lady.
Sometimes we just need to point in the direction of higher perception, that’s really all it takes. And I think that goes for most in this life. If you gently point and people don’t see – leave it be.
To see that is all a matter of approach and perception.
That approach is like manifesting harmlessness. Perception being extended by the decision of not boxing it in and denying the concept intellectually. It’s all a feel. It is all just a feel.
We knew we both had struggles to deal with in 3D, so if you want see the beauty unfold, you gotta put them aside. Leave at home, whatever that burden basket may be, wherever you go in this world.
All baskets are containers and most hold lessons to be learned of not engaging, but sticking to your own compass of what’s fair or not fair in dealing with the matrix.
Always go non-aggressive but stand firm on your ground and have a mediating plan.
The Tax Office
I did a lot of writing for magazines and newspapers some years ago. I was asked to do a piece on ‘approach’. How we approach each other and how we deal with high pressure. I thought what really pressures people and money is always a hit. So I went to the tax collectors office in a major city and sat on a bench and listened.
Very intimidatingly there was no private room in which the ‘guilty’ of being behind with or dodging their taxes could discuss this with the government employee…clever design. Cuts out intimacy.
I heard these very angry people coming down hard on the ladies behind the counters. Yelling and shouting and pointing to themselves as victims of over taxations. On a private note: I strongly sympathize with that concept.
I think their life expectancy at the counter was about 5 minutes. The lady would stamp their paper and conclude: “We will have to seize your assets” – end of consultation.
Then I heard this guy saying: “I know I owe a lot here but suddenly things took off and I didn’t have time and it slipped my mind. That is not cool. I don’t know that much about taxes and accounting and I sure wish you can help me come up with at payment plan.”
The same lady who was cold as stone turned and said: “Sure – let’s see, how much can you put aside each month from here and we’ll take it from there.”
It’s all about approach. She responded to anger with anger and to kindness with kindness and he wasn’t manipulating her. She could feel that and I picked up his ‘flaw’ too and need for guidance.
I have a Dreierism:
‘I would rather be happy than right’ and it seems to work most of the time if people don’t step on my ethics. Then I’m happy with being right. He,he….
Low and high frequency
I have noticed that people are using the phrase: That’s so low frequency.
I had a correspondence with a lady, which I did not put any emotions into, and suddenly she wrote: “That’s too low frequency for me!”
Okay, it wasn’t.
I wonder when people will stop being judgmental by hiding their old candid and straightforward judgmentalness in more and subtle wrap-up-cosmic – airi-fairy paper.
I thought it was quite funny, since: the ‘That’s so low frequency’ statement actually IS low frequency. Just sounds nicer eh? And has a spiritual scent to it.
I think we still carry a lot of judgment whether we like it or not, and sometimes spiritual evolvement actually contradicts where we really are in life. Some people sugarcoat their aggressions with spiritual wrap-up.
Please: Be a Voice not an echo.
The ghoul Factor
Increasingly people are saying: That was not me farting that was a ghoul. When they physically let out some gas…. Really?
Njaa, I think its air that longs for freedom and finds its way out. They also say it when they burp. ‘Not me-Ghouls’.
I burped once in a chateau in France and the lady who owned it said: “That’s very low frequency, Swam!” Really, shit I try to control it but the amount of garlic here…of course it’s not Low Frequency.
Burping contest maybe – but hey…. Wonder what the L.F-allovertheplace- think when they’re visiting the restroom… just trying to picture the dilemma.
I have been advocating a sober spirituality for some decades now.
‘Be real don’t fake it by all this pretentiousness’.
I mean I have friends saying: “Do you really do that! Watch Movies.– Thought you were way to cosmic or evolved for that.” Think I watched a cool action movie.
Movies are stand-alone universes. That’s why they fascinate me.
Movies can be very educational.
My friend from India calls them Hollywood Shitbusters, the ones I like.
Yesterday evening I felt weary, so I thought: Movie mode.
I went for ‘Stuck in Love ’- beautiful. A tale of Heart People surrendering to love. There were three love stories in the movie. The two of them knew their love and that love couldn’t see it. Slurp slurp.It has a beautiful dialogue and the characters are very sweet without the stickiness to each other anyway.
That was what hit me. Like the mechanics in the tax office.
Come now, be real, approach with sweetness.
© 2013 Soren Dreier