On this very special fiftieth episode, we have assembled the High Altitude Receiving Center (HARC) Circle, the current channeling body of the Other Selves Working Group , for a conversation on the nature, purpose, and frontiers of channeling in the tradition of the Confederation of Planets in Service to the One Infinite Creator. Nithin and Jeremy welcome founding Working Group member and senior HARC Circle channel Dr. Stephen Tyman to discuss channeling and the recent Fourth Channeling Intensive they participated in.
In this wide ranging discussion, the three instruments discuss the concepts of channeling and tuning consciousness from the ground up. Steve details the concerns that go into the preparation and dedication of the self to serve as an instrument in a safe, protected, and spiritually salutary manner, not denying the pitfalls and increased catalyst. They talk about some of the practices and approaches they use in their circle, including how they think about the instrument’s responsibility and role in the messaging. The recently released eleven sessions recorded in June at the intensive are also addressed along with the finer points of these channeling experiences and where the Working Group may go from here.
Nithin joins Jeremy to discuss an oft overlooked concept in Confederation philosophy: what those of Ra described as the “sinkhole of indifference” between service-to-others and service-to-self. The issue is not simply the lack of choice on how to express one’s love and thereby continue evolving through the densities, but more tragically how refusing to make a heartfelt choices creates a feedback loop that keeps a person seeking comfort, sleep, and stasis.
How does one succeed in not succumbing to the pressure exerted by society without polarizing negatively? The pair breakdown the nuances of polarity and speculate on the nature of the sinkhole and the opportunities to serve those trapped by fear and the inability to commit to love.
Many heartfelt thanks to listener Reinhard for suggesting the topic! You can always ask us to address ourselves to a subject — or otherwise give us feedback — at our contact form: https://inaudible.show/contact-us
- Ra on the sinkhole of indifference (Session 17, Question 33)
- Ra on the consequences of remaining unpolarized (Session 20, Question 17)
- Ra (not Hatonn, although I’m sure they count) as the Brothers and Sisters of Sorrow (Session 12, Question 26)
- Jesus on the light yoke of service (Matthew 11:28)
- Pema Chodron, When Things Fall Apart (Pema Chödrön Foundation)
- Q’uo on fear, polarity, and power (January 1, 2006)
- Ra on the transformation of mind archetype (Session 100, Question 6)
- Hatonn on serving the unpolarized (April 23, 2023)
- Q’uo on the mechanics of opportunity (July 31, 2023)
- Gary Bean, Tilting at Windmills (L/L Research Library)
Happy new year, other selves! Nithin joins Jeremy on the last day of 2022 to explore a Q’uo session from early in their contact with the L/L Research circle. Those of Q’uo distinguish the outer forms of spiritual practice from the love that motivates them, urging the seeker to touch into the heart to find their bearing. Looking outside the self to things such as prophecy, tarot, or even channeling will never provide a foundation or orientation for authentic seeking of the Creator, since those phenomena are the fruits of past love, only valuable to the extent they reflect the love we can find within ourselves in the present. The genuine seeker relies ultimately on nothing but the dim star of hope lit by the heart, learning how love is always manifested as a dynamic of the moment and never fully captured in the things of the world.
Please note that we had some recording difficulties this time through so audio may sound a bit wonky. Also, we discussed a Hatonn session from 1976 before the Q’uo session that dealt with the spiritual significance of the new year, but that recording was lost. The reference to the “symbolism of life” at the beginning of the episode refers to that conversation.
Happy Tuesday, other selves! On this episode Jeremy interviews Nithin Reddy, longtime student of the Law of One, on the subject of the role curiosity plays in our seeking. How does curiosity enliven our learning and help us open us up to opportunities for growth and adventure? How do we experience this curiosity in consensus reality, and how can a spiritual lens leaven our lives? What is the connection between curiosity and catalysis? We’ll explore these ideas and much more, drawing upon the wisdom of Ra and Q’uo to contextualize our musings. As always, give us your feedback and thanks for your support!
Happy Tuesday, other selves! On this episode Jeremy interviews Joseph Dartez on the subject of resonance and discernment in our quest for the truth. What is the connection between resonance and truth? How far is it appropriate to use resonance as the deciding factor in beliefs about things that are in principle not testable? How much credence should we lend to channeled entities? We’ll explore how Joseph’s philosophical work relates to these topics and provide the listener with some helpful approaches for understanding how to work with their experience of resonance. Let us know how we’re doing!