Say What You Want
"Synchronicity" is what we terrestrial humans call the spiritual process of consciously recognizing what’s happening to us - change - and indicative that the changes are what Tim calls "transmutational" - effecting adjustments and conversions at the deepest molecular and then quantum levels. Such activity means one is having multi-dimensional experiences, which can make everyday living seem rather flat and 2D. “Psychic” experiences are bells and whistles, temporary side-effects and not meant to be cultivated or valued, sanctified or reified, just appreciated and let go, like so much weather. The ego-mind will attempt to value and display them as a sign of power and being better than others. All the ancient texts advise to ignore them; else they keep you from seeing what's really meant to be seen. Learn all you can about how your mind uses thoughts and thinking to produce and maintain fear; then you must discover your own way of responding to it, and gain control of your mind. You can use your mind to cultivate and project positive thoughts just as much as you can use it to give home to negative thoughts. It’s our choice.
All the above also means learning how to redirect one's attention away from the fearful things, which are illusory shadows and the after-effects or projections of race-consciousness belief, toward authentic thoughts, which come from within. As long as we allow yourself to be "of the race" we will never rise and develop into the individualization we are meant to be. Be in the world but not of it. An example of a race-consciousness thought, which has, unfortunately, become imbedded in the culture,(as do all such thoughts) is “The only thing you have to fear is fear itself.” This is a suggestion of the ego-mind, and its warped, paranoid rationale should be apparent to Authentic Self, which does not even acknowledge fear or any thoughts about it. Another example is “It’s cold and flu season” which suggests we will get sick. It’s never cold and flu season, unless we believe it to be so. Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain talking about cold and flu relief. Say only what you want.
We manifest material reality through our thinking -- it's as plain as that. Where Tim is, this is instantly clear; where we are, it's very much slowed down and not as apparent, seemingly taking “years.” Therefore we on earth exercise what's called "faith" which is fully accepting that the visible arises from that which is not visible. If you are busy staring at certain things as if they are real, this is like extending an invitation to them, and they will become real, for we have unlimited power gifted to us by Creator Source to manifest our world. Un-see the scary things, un-feel them, deny them, erase them out of existence. Just say and mean “no” to the flu. Do not join with others who would drag you down; you want to rise. Bring into your inner vision that which you truly want to manifest outside. Perhaps none of this makes sense yet, I pray it will some day for you. It seems as if people like Jesus have been trying to help us learn how to recognize our immortality - and then "to rise" by this awareness, to internally achieve "heaven on earth" – that is, where “earth” is the material body, and “heaven” is the state of awareness of being.
I refer to Tim and his kind as "Risen" because their transition of losing the material body released their spiritual body, which “rose” and then was no longer restricted, blinded, deafened by material vibrations. Our "blocks" are our thoughts, beliefs, patterns - all the things made up and sustained by race consciousness. Civilizations come and go – so there is no need to identify with them, for paradoxically, we must move forward, yet ever-present, sharing in the Mind of Creator Source, which is omniscient, omnipotent, and omni-present. We share the same Mind with It; we are the thinkers of thoughts into It; as Jesus and others said, what they did, we can also do, and even greater. Do not worry about the world, or the Earth; it's not in our hands, and it would make us crazy to think that it is.
(Thanks to Martin, a reader of The Risen, for his questions which stimulated the above)