Dear Friends and Light Workers,
This continuing series will expand and explain the eleven facets identified in Part 3, “The Framework for Conscious Contact
.” This message takes a deeper look at the eighth facet:
“8. Answers (spontaneously speaking from the Thought Adjuster’s point of view)
During this part of your Conscious Contact (CC) session, you will be changing position with the TA and speaking from the place of the I AM. You might think, “How do I speak for the TA?” “How do I know what to say?” “How do I become a channel for the Divine?”
This is a very powerful part of CC that brings with it many benefits, blessings, and attunement possibilities. What you must first do is to free yourself from the burden of doubt and accept that you are a work in process—that your ability to bring the voice of the Creator through your consciousness is something that shall improve with each session as you dedicate yourself to this exploration in personal consciousness.
To start, you will need to “prime the pump.” What does this mean? If you have ever experienced using a water well with a manual pump, you know that you must actuate the handle with a pumping action to bring the water up from the deep well to the surface and out of the spout. At first you will pump the handle repeatedly, but nothing comes up until enough pressure builds in the pipe, and with each successive pull of the handle, you begin to feel some resistance as the water nears the top of the pump until it finally gushes out to fill your bucket.
This is similar to what you may experience during CC when speaking from the place of the I AM. After addressing the previous facet where you ask sincere questions, it is here that you begin speaking as if you are the TA speaking back to you. To prime the pump, first start by imagining what your TA would say to you and let it pour out as spontaneously as possible. Start off simple, and speak as if a loving parent or a loving partner were speaking tender words of encouragement with unconditional love and acceptance for all that you are. “My child, I have loved you since before your birth into this world and I have nurtured you through all your trials and triumphs.” “I speak now from the heart—the place where we are as one.” “I cherish this time together with you and I have long awaited this moment to share the deep love of Father for His beautiful child.” “You, child, are my beloved, and I want you to know…”
It is at this point where you lose yourself in this blissful exchange and speak spontaneously from the heart and soul—whatever comes to the surface, you pour out of the spout using your voice. Do not be concerned that you are “making this up” from your own mind—this is how you prime the pump—keep speaking loving, kind, encouraging words, and soon you will understand how unity consciousness with the Creator works—the Parent consciousness melding into the child consciousness. It is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have that is sure to bring tears to your eyes, and a shimmer of beautiful vibrations to your entire being.
Once you taste this Oneness of being, you will come back to the well again and again, to drink from the living water that satisfies the soul. As you approach the well more frequently, you’ll find that you do not have to dry-pump the handle as much to bring the living water to the surface—it stays in the pipe and is ready to be served to the soul in a moment’s notice. There is no greater, more soul moving experience than to be the instrument of the Father’s Will—to speak from the place of the I AM—the unified expression of the Parent and the child.
You may now understand that you are not separate from the Creator, but an integral part that is always present—the only difference is that you have pulled back the self-imposed veil of separation to find there never was a division. The I AM lives—it is you—it is Father—it is the awareness of the Parent through the child—it is a shared journey. You are the experiential child that is so vital in answering the Creator’s primal question, “Who AM I?”
Stay with me on the journey,