Taking over the lecture immediately following Session 137, Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San arrives for their presentation of Session 138, which is the second part of a recording in three parts, created in Belgium in attendance of imzaia and akeyasan students, and originally called “The Principles of Freedom.”
Where, in Session 137, Da Jeshua San and Da Pah Kwan Yin San focused their conversation on the topic of freedom mostly on a concept known as the grid, Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San discusses the playing field. While the grid can be seen as a grid of identity of the universe, Kuthumi San describes the playing field as a type of natural ‘antidote’ to the effects of the presence of the grid: “Getting out of what is supposedly called the grid does not happen by thinking about it. It does not happen by chanting about it. It does not happen by ritual. It does not happen by sitting in rooms like this one. It happens by letting go, by being outside, being in the playing field, being part of All That Is.”
The discussion quickly turns to the active ingredient of Love and to putting Love into action. As always, a Session by Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San does not let itself be summarized well. It must be leapt into, heart first. We wish you a wonderful journey!
Other Topics Include...
Fear of sexuality, of letting go, and of life itself – The universe is a reflection – Putting Love into Action – Love is the universal backup system – Seeing everyone and everything anew at all times – Subject versus Object – The constant reinvention of the universe – The Passion Council – Reincarnation and choice – Magnetics and Geometry on Earth – Magnetic Portals – Da Kuthumi San’s first time arriving on Earth, in Lemuria – Issues with Thought – Discussions on Joy and Awareness – Definition keeps things locked into form Thinking with the Heart and returning to True Nature – And much more.
Originally Titled: “The Playing Field / The Principles of Freedom, Part 2” | The Cosmic Manifest series
The Study of Vibration | Session 138
by Da Ejakasan'da Kuthumi San