Da Hana Akeyasan Amber San: Hey! That was great to hear, wasn’t it?
Da Hana Akeyasan Grace Gayasha San: Good question, Lisa.
Da Hana Akeyasan Amber San: Yeah, thank you.
Da Akeyasan Lisa San: It was a great answer.
Da Hana Akeyasan Grace San: There was also a tear, so…
Da Akeyasan Lisa San: I understand the comfort part now. I see a lot of people just… That is the resistance. It is the comfort. So, it is just kind of getting people to kind of walk to the edge.
Da Akeyasan Kaia Blossom San: Or the suffering, like people being so consumed with their suffering. Because she said, comfort versus suffering. Yes, people being obsessed with, I guess, with their problems.
Da Akeyasan Lisa San: Yes, that is true, too. They are kind of like addicted to it. There is just something about it that they get from it; they benefit from it. So, yes. I know we are seeing that a lot, and I am also noticing like a slow death of that identity of people who are with their suffering. There is a lot of people losing themselves. Even the split that we are seeing is a reflection of the split that is happening within. Like this, you know, the identity or the personality as to… They don’t know what that is, so, they are kind of stuck or afraid and they stay in the identity.
Da Hana Akeyasan Chachi Ram San: Yes, it really feels like our innermost darkest sides are showing their ugly faces basically, and for us to see them, and, therefore, being able to transform them. I mean, there is so much, I think, that we have all hidden from ourselves, or we didn’t even know about those many, very, very dark sides, but this is a duality thing. So, of course, there has to be that part in there as well. So, it is now becoming black and white, basically, so black and white that you can’t deny it anymore. And that is really, really great… I think.
Da Pahdasan Kalynda San: I am just definitely looking forward to being taught more about how to really step into the White Space Training, we should no longer even have our focus on all of these things, and that we just can continue with what is our passion and interests and we can make a real difference. For my feeling then these things will also change quicker because every time that this uprise is made that is beneficial for the whole, so I think we can actually play a big part in what is going to come next and also just the way that we are perceiving everything, to overcome that, basically, to just see it for what it is and to really live what is real, instead of being pulled into these realities that are … we just created an illusion.
Da Akeyasan Lisa San: Well, it is like Kwan Yin said, we are not living in it.
Da Pahdasan Kalynda San: yeah, but to actually fully be aware of that and to no longer have any kind of focus into any of these fields anymore, that we can just clearly make a choice every time, like where do we want to exist? What do we want to experience?
Da Akeyasan Lisa San: I think that is living in the now. Like, you know, I try to live my life in the now, like every moment, but just kind of… We get pulled out.
Da Hana Akeyasan Amber San: But then we have this training, and, you know, I’ve been around for a number of years, and I am still gob smacked by how incredibly experiential it is. And the more that we step into it, I can feel the potential of all of it, and we have known this for years because it has been talked about in Hana San Ka, but we haven’t experienced it totally in quite the same way. We are just at the beginning.
So, for me it is imagining. I am so grateful to see everybody here, and I feel the level of commitment in every single heart and the wholeness of that heart here. What we do, affects the whole. It cannot not do that. And that is our service, so if we, not selfishly but in service to others and service to the whole, focus on our expansion then we cannot help but express that. And as we express that in the field around us, so to speak, people will feel that. And that is where you really… You know, we could talk on a podium till we are blue in the face. It really is about love. That is the simplicity of it.
I just wanted to say that because it never ceases to blow me away and I am so grateful to be here, and thank you for being here. And we will be growing, and we will be continuing to expand and just doin our magic. I love that part of it. Of course, I want to ascend, and I want to experience all of that. I know there is quite a journey ahead. So, I don’t focus so much on that as much because I know it is there, and we have the greatest teachers ever and the greatest fellow students ever, and we are going to do this thing without a doubt. But what we can do in service to others is just absolutely phenomenal.
So, little speech, thank you very much. I just wanted to say that, you know, because then it becomes more experiential, just because of the expression of that. So, thanks.
Da Hana Akeyasan Chachi Ram San: Thank you.
Da Hana Akeyasan Amber San: Da Grace San! It is so good to see everybody. I can’t tell you.
Da Hana Akeyasan Grace San: We are all a little bit shy, I think.
Da Hana Akeyasan Amber San: Da Amy San is really quiet. What happened to you?
Da Hana Akeyasan Amy San: Nothing, I am also just very much enjoying that this is happening, that we’re together and that we are hearing this information.
Da Hana Akeyasan Amber San: Yes, and it is recorded, so we get to listen again, to remember what we forgot. What a gift, my goodness.
Da Hana Akeyasan Grace San: So, Stephen San, san’a’ke!
Da Akeyasan Stephen Dietrich San: San’a’ke! How are you? How is everyone?
Da Hana Akeyasan Grace San: Very good!
Da Akeyasan Stephen San: Good to see you!
Da Hana Akeyasan Chachi Ram San: Same here, really!
Da Hana Akeyasan Grace San: This is really a moment we all were looking forward to.
Da Hana Akeyasan Chachi Ram San: Yes, absolutely. The more, the merrier.