Tim and I recently teamed up together on a spirit rescue — or "liberation drama" as we say in our book, The Risen
. This one had a twist that was a new one — to me, anyway. As always, being with Tim in this aspect as colleague, friend and companion is thrilling in ways that are far beyond written or spoken language, and I'm sure I'll continue to feel "high" (as in vibrations
) from last night's experience for the rest of the day.
[As a kind of aside, but still an integral part of the experience, it's significant to note that Tim often does and says interesting — well, really the word is "weird" — things while we're together in these astral dimensions that impress and sometimes even shock me a bit. Not because he's being mean or playing with my mind, but for the purpose of overriding the usual psychospiritual amnesia effects that set in quite quickly after numinous spiritual events, so that I'll retain as many details as possible upon returning to my physical body. So they're very "zen-like" things brilliantly designed to catch me off-guard and make me think in different ways. It's these little quirks that stick with me for later and help me build and retain a kind of mental and emotional structure to which I can return for further review, such as the retelling of it here — in essence an "infosphere".]
Liberation dramas are multi-layered, complex, challenging, often baffling, and sometimes frustrating and exhausting. The overall deterrent to becoming healthily Risen and remaining bound to the earth or other non-Risen geographies is the fear of death and the ignorance of survival. But also, as noted in The Risen, "all unhealed and unresolved biopsychosocial disturbances, including addictions and ego-mind controlled mental conditions, will immediately transport a newly-disembodied person to less-than-positive geographies that reflect the existing state of mind." (p. 196)
These disturbance most certainly can include self-beliefs, as in this particular case, where a young woman, while on the earth, had become absolutely convinced that she was a "space alien" and not a native of Planet Earth. This was not at all true - she was a normal human being, but desperately needed to believe otherwise that she was special in some way, to compensate for childhood traumas that made it too difficult to accept being human. So deeply embedded did this ego-mind belief of simulate self become entrenched in her psyche that it continued to stay with her after her transition from the earth to the next plane of existence, and hindered any ability to move into the higher Risen vibrations of existence. In a fascinating series of linked events, and driven by the Principle of Affinity, she transitioned to a geography we've referred to as "diakka" (see The Risen for more details about this; a search on this blog will also give some good explanatory material).
There, she was overtaken and "captured" by residents who had once been scientists on the earth, and whose careers had hinged on seeking and finding "tangible proof of extraterrestrials". They still believed that they were scientists on Earth, having been unable to accept that they had transitioned, which went against their scientific beliefs and "knowledge" of how the Universe works. Now, through the Principle of Affinity, an actual "specimen" had been delivered right into their hands! Actually, into their own drama - one can, perhaps, begin to comprehend the idea of a "drama" that many people mistake for life, and how different ones will intersect and interplay. She was being held for "scientific study and observation" against her will, and it was her cry of help which was intercepted by Higher Risen, who sent Tim and me to help her.
We found her - alone - in a laboratory-like room, placed into a semi-conscious, almost comatose state, unable to move. She was also further mentally paralyzed by these circumstances, unable to decide how to respond to the situation, because these circumstances only strengthened and supported her delusion of being a space alien. She'd been captured and identified as "an alien" so therefore, she must be one. So while we initially said she was being held "against her will," she was also being held because of her will to believe that she was an extraterrestrial. If she let go of these beliefs, she would be freed; but then who would she be free to be? Either choice seemed threatening and frightening. She must have had a moment of clarity and was able to shift her mental position enough to send out a "distress call."
Interestingly, the other people there at this facility, the scientists, were preoccupied with something else in another room, and had no awareness of our presence, so we were able to work quickly and without interference. In retrospect, I see this had all been orchestrated for our benefit by Higher Powers.
Tim and I were able to show her a kind of visual representation of a potential "before and after" scenario of her being, in order to give her a contrasting viewpoint outside of her mind, so to speak. In turn, this gave her the chance to gain a more objective viewpoint of her life, and to begin to separate from the subjective aspects that were imprisoning her. She was then able to physically move from her position, and we escorted her to a "back door" where higher vibrating advocates awaited to transport her to new and safe surroundings.