Insights from Celestine Prophecy

 

I have a voracious appetite for reading and a sincere love of books, learning, and research.  When I have extra time, I can be found laying in a hammock in my front or back yard, between two trees, book in hand.  I enjoy writing as well and have kept a journal semi-consistently since college.  I (half) joke with one of my children (who wants to pursue a career in writing) that at some point after I’m long gone, she can simply go through all of my journals and have a fabulous story to tell about psychic dreams, Divine inspiration, animal spirit medicine, wisdom/insight, and one woman’s journey and perspective about what is possible!

Reading through a journal from 2016 this morning, I came across some notes I took about the Celestine Prophecy.  The Celestine Prophecy is a “fictional” story about a scientist who gets talked into going to South America on an adventure with a friend of his who is seeking an archeological artifact of great importance.  Along the journey, the scientist opens his mind and develops eyes to see, meaning he begins to realize the spiritual truths around him.  While the characters and storyline are fictional, the spiritual truths resonate deeply with readers.

Here are the 9 insights I gained and wrote about after reading The Celestine Prophecy.  I hope you enjoy:

1.)  Become conscious of “coincidences”.  This can be a means of communication from Spirit.  The more we recognize and focus on coincidences, the more they begin to occur in our lives (by the way I prefer the term “synchronicities”.
2.)  We must live our beliefs, rather than simply talking about them.  Beliefs are communicated through our actions and behaviors.  Positive action/behavior projects a model for others.
3.)  Energy is everywhere and is malleable to human intention, expectation, and can be consciously directed to flow out into the world.  This flow of energy effects other energy systems (of individual persons, other living beings, and/or systems or groups.  Perception of this subtle energy occurs through heightened sensitivity to Beauty.  When someone has an important message for you, sudden eye contact creates a sense of recognition, which allows for people to connect with the understanding they are associated with the same or similar “thought group” and easily exchange information.  (For example, have you ever experienced meeting someone new, seemingly at random, like at a store or in a doctors office; feeling a sense of familiarity with the person; and then they tell you something you need to hear?)
4.)  Unconscious competition for energy between people is constantly going on in the back and foreground of life.  Conflict occurs when we feel the need to control and dominate one another.  When one person controls another person, the controller absorbs energy from the one being dominated.  This can become addicting over time.  (This is also why we sometimes feel a sick feeling in our stomach when we feel powerless, or when someone is attacking us).
5.)  In truth, we don’t need to steal energy from another, ever.  Instead, we each can learn to be open to and direct the energies around us (Universal Life Force Energy- aka- reiki, chi, prana, mana).
6.)  There are 4 main control dramas humans have developed over our existence, which we continue to use at present as a means of gaining power and control (energy) over another.  The 4 types are the intimidator, interrogator, aloof, and poor me.  Once we recognize our programming (how another has taught us to gain power/control over, we can consciously disconnect from the behavior patterns and remember we need to have power FOR others, not power OVER others).  Energy is taken from us when we have participated (or lacked boundaries) in another’s control drama.  (For example, if I listen to someone, a friend, drone on and on, complaining for two hours about drama in her life, I have given my power to her.  She will feel empowered for all of the time, energy, and feedback I’ve given and I will feel completely depleted because the exchange was one-sided and went on negatively for far too long.  I may have felt uncomfortable, but maybe I didn’t say anything and simply participated.  This will leave me feeling utterly exhausted, while she walks away feeling full and validated.  Healthy relationships are reciprocal in nature and require a give and take in equal measure.
7.)  Life is about consciously evolving the self.  We must learn to be conscious and present in the moment.  Presence of mind is required to catch the synchronicities.  Interpretation of dreams and daydreams can be extremely insightful.
8.)  Children need our energy consistently and unconditionally.  Children must be included in conversations and not spoken of as if they are invisible.  Never take on responsibility for more children than you can devote your full attention to.  Always be truthful with children.  In groups, all must learn to focus attention on the speaker.  Naturally, the group will synchronize and get a sense of whom goes next.
9.)  Old trees are great sources of energy. Stand with your back against one, sit next to one, or even hug one to discharge high out of control (anxiety) energy.  When feeling depressed, a tree can also fill you up.  (20 minutes a day, at minimum, is recommended to maintain good health).

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