On December 2nd, 2005 Equinox was asked,
What do we
need to know right now?
EQ: What we believe that thee need to know, that we believe this
is needed for every of thy days and months and years, is that all that
thee need to know is within thyself, but that entities upon Terra very
rarely take even a little bit of time to be very quiet within
themselves and listen to thy voices. Very few entities upon Terra
actually ask thy inner-self when information is given to thee whether
it is valid for their reality, whether it is harmful, whether it is
truth, whether it is something that they need to nurture.
Instead, all entities upon Terra seem to accept all the information
that is fed to them, or most of it, without any censorship
what-so-ever, without any real thought what-so-ever and all this junk
clogs thy system. And then thee stop seeing the world from the
clarity of true vision and instead see the world from the dis-clarity
of the junk that thee have allowed in to thy space without first
examination. Dost thou understand?
How do we discern between junk and non-junk?
EQ: Spend time in the privacy of self. Spend time in the
essence of thy being and ask thy being is this truth for thee or is
this junk for thee. For someone this may be truth. For
someone else it may not be. And only thee can discern this for
thyself. Just because something is truth for thy mate, thy
family, thy apparent state or country does not necessarily make it
truth does it?
EQ: But if thee do not take a moment of time every day to sort
that which has gone into thy brain, then what thee will have is mostly
junk. Thy brain, we have heard it said upon Terra, is like that
which is thy CPU system. Dost thou understand? If thee put
everything into thy CPU, what would thee get out?
EQ: A mess. Why dost thee do this to this CPU [gesturing to
brain]? Thee do not edit thy word processor. And the
funniest part about this to us is thee do not edit and it comes back
out thy mouth that way. No thought. Response.
Reaction. Is this not so? And often, it comes out thy mouth
as truth because thee heard it on the radio or it was said on TV or thy
father or mother or aunt and uncle or thy teacher told thee so.
And in thy vast amount of information, are there not conflicting pieces?
Yes, frequently in fact.
EQ: And do not those conflicting pieces make thee wonder?
But yet thee still do not censor as they come in. Thee do not
look at them and say, “ Does this meet with my world view? And if
it does not, might my world view need some changing? And if not,
what is this piece of information? Does it have any
validity? Does it bring me any truth? Does it bring me any
knowledge?” Nope. Thee just take it in. Thee have
commercials that tell thee that thee will be sick. Thee have
commercials that tell thee that Butterfingers is a food group.
(We think it is!) But then do thee not also get conflicting
messages that Butterfingers are not a food group and can be dangerous
to thy health?
EQ: And thy mind takes this all in and then reacts to all of
them. One moment it rationalizes that Butterfingers are a decent
food group and then it feel guilty for having eaten it. Is this
not so? What dost thou think this does to thy body?
It confuses it.
EQ: And one moment it is feeling great and the next it is being
sick. If thee are creating thy reality with each moment, why
would thee want conflicting messages constantly? What does this
do for thee?
In the positive sense, it can give us skills of discernment.
EQ: It can. If thee use this. But when thee do not,
it does nothing but offer thee more and more reasons to feel
powerless. Dost thou understand? For then thee can say,
“Well, this expert said this, but this one said this, and this one also
said this and now the new data is this…” and what happens?
Right. Our opinion no longer matters among conflicting
experts, or so we think.
EQ: And additionally then thee make no decisions for thyself for
this expert then becomes the expert of the moment. Is this not so?
We have a word for that. It’s called technocracy, a rule by
experts, in which experts make decisions for us.
EQ: What we would hope, what we would hope that thee would
remember, at least for the month of Decembers, is to take five, twenty,
one half hours of thy time each day and sort some of the data, just
some, just sort it. Be quiet in thy inner space and as these
things come to the surface look at them. Not from head-on, but
head-on, up above, down below, side to side, spin it and say, “Where is
its value for me right now?” And if there is none put it on a
shelf in a box that says maybe there will be value later. Dost
thou understand? Try it. We think thee will be amazed.
© 2005 Myama, Inc.