22 Dec – 5 Jan: Imagination, Abundance, Support

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Welcome to the winter solstice, the return of the light

Imagine … John Lennon singing:
“Imagine there’s no heaven
It’s easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky … … …
… … … You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will live as one”

Thank you John for gracing us with an everlasting song expressing the heart’s dream. The dream to be natural, simple humans, sharing love and light in a free world, supporting each other and being supported by the abundant resources of our mother the earth.

There is enough for us all – if, yes… if … we quit hoarding unnecessary possessions, but share abundantly what each of us has to give and use resources wisely.
So far, it’s a dream. One which I cannot stop dreaming. It’s possible.
Imagination is a bridge into our nervous system, which connects the dream with a cellular experience. We feel what we imagine, we become it. We get a sense of the unlimited possibilities of who and how we truly are as a race, as individuals and as one consciousness made of love. Great exciting things are opening up and look very possible.
Imagination is an inbuilt power with great self-hypnotic effects, which can lead to spiritual insight; it can contribute to heightening awareness, it can assist self-healing, OR… it can lead to megalomaniac derailments. The latter happens when the mind and its vested interests are in control. With the heart in control, Love and healing have a big chance of happening.

The downside of this wonderful power of imagination is getting lost in a dream that hovers in a mind cloud, out of touch with body and environment. It actually happens much more often than we might think. It is imagination that makes our thoughts look true. A thought itself is neither very exciting nor very powerful as such. It becomes interesting for us only in the way it makes us feel. The feeling kicks in because some part of the electrical signals, which instruct the brain to perform “imagination”, enlivens the thought with an individually tailored second skin that fits so well that we take it for granted and for real.

The frequency of this cycle is also called the “guiding star”. Referring to the same one that guided the Three Wise Men to find the Baby that was to become the great teacher of love, Jesus. It is the light that attracts us to move from one incarnation into the next, to follow an exciting promise of reaching further than the furthest star, seeking our origin in the multiverse and in all the possibilities of being. How exciting. Our enthusiasm for life and all living beings accompanies us as we follow the initial light that guides us into an individual and, after a while, apparently ‘separate’ form. Nothing wrong with that! The source, colour and feel of that light stays within us. It warms the heart with promising and exciting dreams of everlastingness, until by grace that mould cracks and helps us see what’s real.
Enthusiasm – excitement – change versus disillusionment are the poles between which we have to, and will, settle into a natural silent still-point in the middle of all time and space. Enjoy the experience. You are a star, too.


23 Dec (mn dc / r mi)
Part 1: The theme of this shock point is sabotage. It can be self sabotage or sabotaging others. It can express in small things, like searching frantically for your car keys under time pressure on your way to an important occasion, while actually having the keys in your pocket. Whether you are the active or the receptive partner in this, check out how many problems you can actually deal with at once! – only one. Take a breath, sharpen the focus, and go step by step. Sabotage is a strategy that uses the force of outgoing energy in order to “declare” the necessity for change. Whether the approach is just, truthful or delusional is another matter. We sabotage – ourselves or others – when we don’t express ourselves according to our authentic face and our real needs. By switching on the light of awareness and then looking backwards along the timeline of the sabotage to its origin, you will find the keys that you are really looking for. The whole thing has been a drama woven out of fabricated illusive bits to form a story inside that keeps you moving, for better or worse; at least something is going on.

Part 2: This second shock point is experienced as not getting satisfaction, especially in relationship. We’re always finding a new complaint (about the other) and look outside for perfection in others, in order to fill the void in ourselves. We feel fragmented, not aligned in our own centres of mind, heart and hara. In order to avoid feeling all this, we resist vulnerability and real nearness while complaining about not having enough of it in our life.
We seek out others to take care of our needy parts, while we resist caring for those parts ourselves. The fulfillment we expect here cannot be provided from the outside, simply because it does not exist in the way mind pictures it. The way out of the dilemma is to relax and give up the defences, give up better knowing.
This involves finally getting ready to receive life and relations. To stay open to meeting a partner rather than chasing them or trying to actively find them. While resting in yourself, staying in your centre and taking care of yourself, there’s a much better chance of connecting with others in a truthful way. This opens a space for the truthful expression of yourself, including the imperfect parts. It makes you so attractive that suddenly all the ‘right people’ begin to satellite around you.
Put yourself in harmony and life will fall in harmony with you. (I’ve heard a wise man say that, Osho)

24 Dec (x em)
This shock point offers a real transmission and deeper understanding of love, of feeling and emotions. An invitation to widen our capacity. It may come as a proposal by someone close to you, asking you to open up. It may simply be a signal from your inner tour guide, a readiness and a sense of the strength to walk your talk while keeping an open heart. We all have the capacity to do that.
The fuel for it is a balance between activity and relaxation. Ultimately it needs meditation in action, which is awareness, paying attention to what is in the moment. That brings you deeper and deeper into your roots and cleanses the passageways to give room for creative impulses to take form. Living with roots and wings is invited here by invoking the ability to stay single pointed, the quality of determination and openness to being absolutely surprised by life, willing to change course, answering a new call at any moment. Staying cool in the middle of the excitement called living. And again there’s Osho in my inner ear: “Above all, don’t wobble.”

1 Jan (mn un)
When we’re very excited about something and clearly feel it should be ours, we often don’t know how to ask for it or we avoid asking because of some kind of fear of not getting it. The more we want it, the more we’re willing to just sneak up and even steal it, because deep down it feels so legitimately “ours.” The pattern can run with material, emotional or spiritual objects, with anything. The ambivalence of feeling like the natural possessor of something while not having it, can make us leave traces as we attempt to sneak or steal. The subconscious documents our rightful possession at the price of being seen or caught in a system that thinks otherwise. Telling half truths about our feelings can be as much part of this as forgetting to tuck in the shirt that we just ‘forgot’ to take off in the store’s changing room, which makes it show under our jacket, with a price tag on. What finds expression here is usually not so harmful and can be entertaining, yet deeper down it leaves you in a painful pit, believing you can never ask directly for what you really want and deserve. Freeing up this energy by sobering down to a straightforward request, instead of playing tricks, is the invitation here.

3 Jan (mn dc, repeats 23.12. part One)
5 Jan (r mi, repeats 23.12. part two)

4-6 Jan
The Blessing Days. Transcending imagination with wisdom of discernment. Using it as an inspirational tool and bringing it into decisions and action with love, in support of each other and all living beings.

The organ resonating with the cycle is the Spleen. The voice of Osho resonates this frequency. Probably this contributes to hearing him inside quite a bit when tuning into the orange world.

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