So, as your first assignment for this class going forward between today and the next point of interaction, teach yourself Shi’ish ka’ra. Teach yourself to embrace the creator self through the intercreational relationship. Embrace all states, all things, all beings that you encounter as they are. Let things come as they may. From that place, you are the creator self. From that place, you are witness and observer, and from that place, you can move to a state of Da, a state of love, at which point you, as the creator, and you, as the creation, become as clay in your hands as it were.
Da unlocks the chains of vibrational states. Da removes from all creation that you observe that, which has come before and that, which comes after. Da releases things and yourself, therefore, from these chains. That is the initial gift of Da.
Can you feel that? How you can take anything, whether it is a thought or a sensation, there could be pain in the body, or it could be an object or a future fear or a past trauma or anything really, a person, and you apply the principle of Da? And when you do, when you truly, truly do, it is as though everything stops, and only that focus remains. So, you, as creator, and you, as creation, can observe this thing, this thought, this whatever, for what it truly is for the very first time. Apply Da.
There hangs this thought; there hangs this object, this person, suspended in your awareness, suspended in your consciousness, undone of the chains of past and future and present, undone of interpretation, undone of judgment, undone of contemplation even, ultimately, just what it truly is at its very heart. That is where Da will get you for anything that you apply it to.
And when all of those things are undone, when all of these things have disappeared from the periphery of this object, of this thought, of this experience, then you try and tell me, whether you can do anything other than love what you are now focusing on. That is Da turning to Imzaia.
By doing that, you have created a conduit of Dahlyn, a pure opening, and you remove the vibrational state. You remove the limitations. You open your heart to the truth.
So, it is a great practice, the practice of Shi’ish ka’ra, the practice to walk around in this Ekaraia or in your own head or in your own memories or in your own future, and to force yourself beyond the point of distortion, to move beyond the theory that, yes, all of these things are made up of building blocks, and these building blocks are, ultimately, love, joy, freedom, etc., into the practice of it.
Truly going within, therefore, is to take the truth of the being that exists within and to move it into the outer reality.
Make this how you walk through your life. Make this how you walk through your day. The results will be noticeable, tangible. The transformation will be grand.
The student that comes to that sort of a conclusion can only enter a period of stillness, one that comes with a great sense of joy. Once Da has properly moved into the state of Imzaia, that sense of love transforms into a great state of joy, Ba.
Today we will not talk about Ba and what it does in this intercreational relationship, but given that you will, no doubt, encounter this sensation as you take upon yourself this assignment, I felt like pointing it out.
In the hours ahead, in the few days ahead until our next class, I would like you to keep track for yourself of those entry points that you come across that feel effortless and natural to enter into a state of Da, into a state of San, into a state of Shi’ish ka’ra, and to keep track also of those things that seemingly are invitations to move you out of that state, or apparently out of that state at least, into the state of sahvok, of mind, of vibration, of matrix.
‘Seemingly,’ I say because, of course, the entire point of today’s gathering is to make you aware of the underlying building blocks that exist underneath these distortions and that, indeed, these distortions would not be possible if there was nothing to distort.
So, returning to that original state of Da is what today is all about.
And for everyone that is out there, watching this, working with this, and connecting with this, I truly hope that you will take a lot of time in the coming days to connect with the direct students that are currently living here in Hana San Ka and in Lana San Ka because I want you to know that no one finds this particularly easy. It is, on the one hand, the easiest things you could do, but on the other hand, it is also so much easier (it appears to the mental personality at least) to follow pre-existing grooves, pre-created pathways, predetermination, and to fall back to the obsession with drama, the obsession with vibrational reality, rather than the obsessive nature that is required when one re-embodies, re-embraces the creator self.