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The Power of Right and Wrong

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I have been observing myself so closely lately. I am beginning to see patterns emerge that astonish me. I have spent countless hours focusing my intentions to let go of judgment but lately it seems like I have made little to no impact. So after some serious self-judgment of that thought, I began to see just how deep and unconscious our judgment runs.

Babies are born free of judgment. Things just are. Our role as parents, or the adults in the room, is to teach right and wrong so we all can fit into this world. We all know how well that does or doesn’t work. So our conditioning of right and wrong comes early and often. I believe Don Ruiz refers to this process as “domestication.” There is very little room for choice. And we all just have joined the human condition. Talk about joining a collective! Resistance is futile!

This educated judgment dictates our every decision from the moment our eyes open in the morning until they close again to sleep. What do I eat? What do I wear? Alcohol or yoga to deal with stress? How do I spend my money? Everyday is a gauntlet of judgments that move us through the day. And our minds eat this power up. We evaluate our success or failure based on how well our judgments dictated our actions and how others are measuring up to our judgments. In other words, does this action make me look like a good and lovable person in this domesticated world? The mind is large and in charge here – definitely a mind game.

So what would living without the judgment look and feel like? It is what we all are seeking and just don’t realize it yet! It is a life of unconditional love and acceptance of yourself and others. Living in “heartfullness” with the knowing and trusting that the bigger picture is the priority. Each person’s journey is perfect; no judgment is necessary. The heart guides your daily actions based on how you desire your human experience to unfold. The closer you examine and maintain the relationship with your desires, the more fulfilled your days become. It is a true alignment of thoughts, words, and deeds with the heart. This becomes the power of the Spiritual Being allowing a Human experience.

It is the ultimate freedom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Sieg Avignone
Trinity Energy Progression Facilitator/Practitioner

Are You Losing Your Mind… or Remembering the 5th Dimension?

From Interstellar, Paramount Pictures, 2014

Really, the answer can be both… in a good way!

I can’t quite remember exactly where and when it all started with me, but I remember having fascination with the existence of my consciousness outside of time back about 30 years ago… when I read the book Slaughterhouse Five (by Kurt Vonnegut) for the first time.

I remember that I KNEW that… I KNEW we could do that!

But that was well before I was conscious enough to REALLY understand it, be ready to LIVE it.

Let me get to the practical of this…

There are so, so many of us – en masse – who, in our expansion of consciousness have been feeling a “little crazy” by cultural terms for years now. Have you found yourself thinking or saying things like…

“I KNOW I had this conversation with this individual already…” (but they have no recollection of it)

“I KNOW I had an email/phone call about this exact topic with _______________…” (but there’s no evidence of it anywhere)

Also, there are other seemingly disparate experiences that leave us questioning our sanity in moments…

  • Do you more and more feel like time is warped, like sometimes 30 minutes feels like five minutes… and sometimes 30 minutes feels like five hours… sometimes in the same day?
  • Do you sometimes lose track of what the day of the week, date, season, year it is?
  • Do you lose concept of how far in the past something happened, or when something is to happen in the future?
  • Do you lose concept of the space of time, and sometimes feel as if you’ve jumped from one moment at another point in time into this one, without anything in between?

Up until now, we’ve collectively called it “aging,” “going senile,” “being eccentric,” or “losing one’s facilities.”

However, as we continue to expand our consciousness, and remember things from a much wider perspective, we remember that we exist outside of time… and it’s simply a dimension we’ve created (considered by many to be the fourth dimension).

As I understand it, time is fully a construct of our mind/ego to measure things in a linear fashion. A dimension we’ve created and create, and our experience of that dimension is specific to this Earth plane. To look at this simply, consider the different civilizations of which we have record across Earth’s history thus far. Some recorded time by the stars, by the sun, by the seasons, by many different kinds of calendars based on relativity. Another way to consider it is, if you were communicating with a being from another part of the galaxy/Multiverse… do you believe they would have the concept of time as we do?

I’m sure there is similar measurement of sorts in other civilizations of consciousness. Yet, maybe not… maybe it would just be different. After all, it is a construct of measurement! There are many great examples of the consideration of different perceptions of time. Slaughterhouse Five is one of them… the question throughout the book being, is the main character truly “crazy,” or just non-dependent on time? His experience with another race from another part of the Multiverse is that they don’t experience time as linear but simultaneously now… which allows him to expand his consciousness to be able to be in any moment in his life in any moment.

From Arrival, by Paramount Pictures, 2016

[Movie spoilers ahead] There are many movies with similar themes. In the movie Interstellar, the main character realizes how to see the “fourth dimension” – time – and also to exist in the “fifth dimension,” being aware of all and consciously focusing on remembering how to work with all, to see all the possibilities in every moment, in every direction, an knowing it’s all just one facet of a much larger consciousness. In the movie Arrival, a linguist tasked with communicating with star beings who’ve arrived here from someplace else discovers this race sees time as circular, thus seeing “the entire picture” all at once.

The more we Remember in consciousness, beyond the limitations of the mind, and into the trust of knowing… the less we have partitions that limit our experience of these dimensions the part of our consciousness that has incarnated here, in the body, has traditionally forgotten. Many talk about “getting to the fifth dimension”; however, the key is to remember that we’re already there… it’s just that we’re remembering in a way that’s functional to existing here on Earth differently.

Though I’ve had quite a number of experiences of this – and it’s getting more and more regular for me – there have been quite a number of related experiences with my pets that really anchored in the remembrance.

One of my cats, Cocoa, passed away in 2015. Afterwards, he would take me to different points of his life as if they were now, if he was showing me something to remember about my own journey, in terms of his presence on it. Then, my dog, Montana, who passed away in 2017, showed me the source of her confusion sometimes as she would pop over to her life before this past one, when she was my family’s dog while I was growing up. Both of my current cats, Obi and Minerva, periodically show me their moment of passing in this life as presently as this moment is; the first few times I popped over to that, it shocked me from the surprise of the reality of it. They’ve been helping me to consciously immerse myself in whatever moment free of the confines of time… and realize it’s all just as real as any other.

“Let’s do the Time Warp again…” from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, by 20th Century Fox, 1975.

Along with that sometimes comes confusion in the moment as the mind catches up to the now experience in a way that’s free of context. Where am I? What day is it? Time? Year? It’s not anything around getting older, losing it, or being crazy (which is a relative term, anyway)… it’s the mind/ego still reconfiguring itself to perceive and function just as fluidly independent of the construct of the time dimension as within it… of letting go of the prioritization of tomorrow, now, and yesterday in relativity to be equal, to be concurrently in existence in now.

I’ve set myself to remember all of this… I believe there are many who are doing the same, even if they’re not fully conscious that they’re doing it. It often makes one feel uneasy and sometimes downright scared (“Am I sick? Is there something wrong with me? What’s going on?”); it causes many to feel like there’s “something wrong” with them… jump into judgment and fear right away, when in actuality, if one stays in acceptance and allowance of all possibility as well as observance to what’s going on free of judgment, it’s actually helping us to remember things more completely.

When we allow our consciousness to perceive outside of the construct of time… we much more easily see the bigger picture. This is what happens when we have a vision or visions of something “in the future.” The more we do this… the more we see past, present, future all at one… and the way everything ties together. THIS is “vision work” or “psychic work,” as it’s called.

So, if you’re having these kinds of experiences… stop being so self-deprecating! Ask guidance what’s going on, be open to all possibilities… and own it! Be patient with yourself in allowing. One of the most common discussions I have among my soul tribe is around our detachment from time, and the shift to simply observing it. We laugh in the moments where we might seem discombobulated to others… yet, there’s almost no one I know who doesn’t understand when we open a conversation with, “So, how are YOU doing with being free of the anchors of time? Have you gotten it down yet? It’s still been a little wonky for me…”

And then we compare related experiences – and laugh – because we ARE losing our minds, so we can exist fully in knowing, from higher consciousness… and then we can open the gateways to the incorporation of the Remembrance of our Self from yet more dimensions…

If you’d like some help with this… give me a call (that’s what Trinity Energy Progression is all about)!  😉

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Angela Coulter
Originator, Trinity Energy Progression

 

 

 

 

 

Moving Through Grief in Observance

Grief. The word itself just feels heavy and bleak. So, it was no surprise to me when I looked up the definition that its root originates from the Latin word “gravare,” meaning “burden,” which is a derivative of “gravis,” meaning “heavy.” Think of gravity. It keeps us bound to the Earth. It weighs us down. So does grief.

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross defined five stages of grief: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance. While one might move through the stages in random order and even revisit levels, the goal is Acceptance. One thing to point out is that acceptance does not necessarily mean that you are okay with the loss; it means that you recognize the new reality of living in this world without that person or thing you have lost.

At first glance, one might think that grief in a higher state of consciousness is unnecessary. After all, what is there to grieve? Aren’t we all Spirit choosing to have a human/physical experience here on Earth? Energy is neither created or destroyed and the consciousness of a person does not die upon physical death! Further, if one is on the path of spiritual enlightenment, being in a state of grief is a lower energy vibration! Shouldn’t we avoid that? In “Power vs Force,” David R. Hawkins establishes a hierarchy of levels of human consciousness, with Enlightenment the goal. Grief falls below Fear! Think about that. Grief falls below the level that most humans are operating from. Therefore, I have been struggling with how to deal with the very human feelings brought forward through grief, all of which fall in the lower energy vibrations.

Grief has many levels and many faces, and how a person deals with grief is very personal. In the past six months, I have suffered three different losses—my job, my mother, and my beloved cat, Lucas. And each of these losses has produced very different grief responses. We can even talk about the Circle of Life, and how loss is necessary. We can say that my mother is in a better place, and that my cat is no longer suffering. But this hurts like hell. It is clear to me that there are no coincidences and that absolutely everything happens in the way it is supposed to (even if it does not seem that way at first).

There has been the comment that I seem to be grieving more for my cat than I did for my mother. And this brings to me to the other part of grief—judgment. No one really knows the depths of another person’s grief. You cannot always tell from the number of tears shed in public.

When I lost my job, I was sitting in the Anger phase for a few months and then my mother suddenly died. Her death was a shock, but I also knew this was what she wanted. I felt a mixture of sadness and relief, for her and for me. But I kept thinking of the “What Ifs” and “If Onlys”; things could have been, should have been, better. A few days after her burial, I found out that my cat Lucas was suffering from tongue cancer. That brave kitty went through two months of vet visits, force feedings, appetite stimulants, antibiotics, steroids, and pain medications until I finally understood that he was ready to go. That brought me to my knees. You see, Lucas has always been a constant and unending source of pure unconditional love for me.  But I realize Lucas gave me another gift upon dying; his death has forced me to deal with the long-buried sorrow related to my mother. I do not grieve that she has left this earthly plane. My grief is sourced at a primal level, the sorrow of a little girl that will never have the nurturing, loving mother she always wanted. I got the angry, sarcastic, “take no prisoners” warrior mother. But this is where I learned to be strong and stand up for myself.  I am proud of the gifts that she gave to me, even if the delivery was painful. Losing Lucas opened the gates to reach that deeply buried pain. And while it may be selfish to focus on my grief, I think that is exactly what is required unless I want to be stuck at this level.

I conclude that grief and all the associated emotions, whether they be lower energy vibrations, must be acknowledged and felt in order to move forward. For every “dark night of the soul” that I have lived has resulted in a gift. I remind myself of this daily. There is a light around the corner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joy Leffingwell
Trinity Energy Progression Practitioner/Facilitator

Going Within to the Source of All Things

A few years back I had a vivid dream. Though it wasn’t lucid, I had a moment when I knew I was dreaming and realized I was somewhere “real.” I floated in a plasma like atmosphere.  It was quiet. Filtering through the space, a soft light glowed around the edges of shapes and from the colors of the “atmosphere.”

Nebula and galaxies in space. Elements of this image furnished by NASA.

The planes of the ground, horizon and sky all vibrated iridescent of purple, blue-magenta and some red-pink tones. There were shapes that looked like rocks. Other objects that painted the landscape but I do not recall and of course I did not think to write it down after the dream occurred. I thought at the time that it was such a vivid and life transforming experience that I would remember all the details.

While those details have faded, I’m left with awestruck feeling of being somewhere out of this world. I felt as if I were Hubble’s telescope, where the lens would view. In the dream, I thought that I had arrived at this place by traveling outward and going ‘up’ high and great distance away. I thought of the location like, if one left Earth, this place would be way out in the galaxy somewhere. That is the impression I have had all along until a few days ago.

Dreams can be attention getters. They have that essence of familiarity from this existence, however small, but hyperbolized, painted with sparkles and consist of super-hero like attributes. On top of that a hefty handful of quantum stew elements, marinated in all the effects that Hollywood, Disney, NASA, and Tesla combined could possibly muster, set the stage for our dreams.

While in a vivid dream state, it may seem like, yes, this is the way it is, this is truth. But coming back and waking up and revisiting it with the 3D lens, it makes no sense. It is magical, mystical, and hopeful, but as well is also confusing and leaves one in a state of understanding that there is so much more to ALL of this that must be explored.

But back to a few days ago, when the where that I was, was turned inside out. For some reason, I am on a super-hero kick as I am watching Netflix and clicking on the “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “The Avengers,” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp.” Ant-Man is unique in that he can get very, very small. Quantum level small. A small world he collapsed into was déjà vu to the vivid dream I described earlier.

Upon seeing this and connecting it to that dream, a knowing bell rang inside of me. It occurred to me that my assumption of going out and far may not have been so. When in deep water, up and down can easily get confused. Balance and equilibrium can feel off and we become challenged to orient ourselves. It seems possible that traveling outward and inward have that same phenomena. I may not have gone out to Hubble’s eyesight at all, but instead traveled inwards with the lens of a quantum microscope.

In a sense, that feels right. My sense of orientation was off, and I was inward and at the beginning. I was at the place of the building blocks and the source of all things, where it’s all connected and tangled to all that is. It is a place to go to make adjustments when things run amok on this larger than life stage. Whether it be a health issue, or a seemingly out of control situation, or an engine on the fritz, this is THE PLACE to be to fine tune at the core and heal and resolve.

The greatest part of this whole exploration, is that it came around full circle to home, where we’ve all been and where we go often when meditating or tapping into healing practices like Trinity. I cannot wait to go back in with all senses and more. Now I remember how once again. It is a funny sort of remembering to remember, remember: We’re almost there, remembering this kind of thing.

Speaking of remembering, where I’m going with all of this is a reminder to us. A reminder to take the time to practice going within and connecting to all there is. Figuratively intend to pull some weeds and plant some trees and hug one while you’re there at the root source, so that love and good continues to be reflected up high and all over the place near and far. It is all connected. It’s all good. We are love and all that jazz.

Namaste,

Dee Jones
Trinity Energy Progression Facilitator/Practitioner

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learning Through Love

Throughout our lives we have been conditioned to believe that the only way learn our life lessons is through pain and suffering. Our belief that it has to hurt creates negative memories, which then become beliefs, all based on perceptions of the illusion. We believe this to the extent that to love and be loved, we must experience suffering and pain. What if we could learn through love?

Often we tend to experience everything that way, then unconsciously feel validated when reality reflects our theory. We externalize this in our culture by making drama glamorous entertainment that we enjoy. Individually and collectively we believe this is the only way… creating more hurt and pain, making those close to us suffer.

What if we believed and actually KNEW that we can learn our lessons through love and not suffering? How about the idea that… consequences can also be loving? Wow! Can you imagine and visualize it?

While we can acknowledge the pain and suffering that exists, we can also learn to change it. I have Trinity Energy Progression to thank for that! As I began my journey within Trinity Energy Progression, I started to embody my divinity. My heart began to open, and I began to perceive reality differently.

With new awareness, I questioned my old concepts and beliefs. In my spiritual practice, I used affirmations focused on creating my reality differently. Believing in the possibility of experiencing lessons though love, I began to experience life differently and underwent huge change. Though these concepts were at first, very far-fetched t me, I began to experience their reality more.

When I first accepted this knowledge, my manifestations in life where showing me something completely different. I was feeling all of the pain and suffering of ego. At the same time I began to clearly identify the duality of love vs. fear. When I could see and observe love, it was in such contrast to the fear I had been experiencing. My observations created an awareness that enabled me to acknowledge fear for what it is. Though I’m still processing all the changes I am going thorough, I realized that I had chosen to the pain I have allowed in my life, because I believed it had to be that way. Now I know and remember that it doesn’t have to be that way at all!

When life experiences and situations pushed me out of my comfort zone, I challenged myself to go within. Guided to flow with the changes, I explored, realized and accepted who I had become. Then I allowed myself to make the changes necessary to do and be different.

I started to allow myself to explore the opportunities and synchronistic experiences that guided me experience love, create peace and bliss, with an open heart. Needless to say, some moments feel like they’re a “taking each breath consciously” kind of experience, due to their intensity. These changes made me feel alive and have opened my heart. I know that my effort in the self-love journey has shifted things, and it’s really starting to manifest in ways that I had never expected.

When I found myself in those lowest, rock bottom moments, the Universe supported and encouraged me through experiences in miraculous ways, both positively and negatively. I realized that there is love in every lesson and the ego can lovingly show me the areas where I still need to look within. To those situations that I perceived as negative, I posed the question, “what is the lesson in unconditional love to self and others?” I saw where I could be more loving toward myself and others. I set the boundaries and the conscious awareness that would allow me to do so.

All of a sudden, I find myself in a position where I have started noticing how the epiphanies and realizations are coming more effortlessly and gracefully. These moments of insight and the love I manifest through others show me an abundance of love, forgiveness, and acceptance. This resonates with the self-love I feel, show myself, and believe that I AM and deserve.

If others are capable of showing it, don’t you feel called to love yourself the same way, so it can be reciprocated? Right? A challenge in itself, huh?

I find it helpful to identify that limiting voice within and question the source. Is it from love or pain? Then I choose to focus on the loving action to take for myself. This allows me to take responsibility for what is mine and allows others to do the same.

Learning lessons through love has been a conscious desire. I practice  daily with intention. Self-care, love, dedication and self-celebration are key to practicing this new way of being.

In full vulnerability and trust, I actively decide to be open to the wholeness of experience, allowing the emotions,  everything to be as it is. I accept the oneness in every moment, allowing myself to feel and observe it, to perceive all of it within. Opening to awareness, I see what limits and/or expands me to greatness and self-mastery through the love I can accept, to be, give and receive.

I know that I am worthy to be, exist in, feel, receive, give, share and experience the fullness and the greatness of Love as the Source of all.

Yashmin Wall
Trinity Energy Progression Facilitator/Practitioner