Despite how it might initially appear, much of what I write about is interrelated. The subject matter mentioned here is tightly interwoven in ways we are only beginning to comprehend. All those really deep questions: What is consciousness, sentience, awareness? What is the nature of reality?
Why are we designed the way that we are—born as blank slates to write anew with each interaction and exploration?
Why do we not retain previous-life memories or at least be provided with blueprint guidelines to each new experience? Wouldn’t we make fewer mistakes if we knew the game plan before we started accruing more mistakes?
Clearly as a fellow human being, I’m still searching for all those question’s answers, as are many folks in this explosive and expanding period of human history.
But seriously, whoever is making these decisions for us to be here, Why are we doing this? Aren’t there better ways of expanding consciousness than to pit each of us against our own ignorance and against each other in this gladiator’s open arena called LIFE?
Why do we keep being reborn into one after another situation where we have to relearn about ourselves/our abilities and how we relate to others?
And as usual, I have far too many questions and too few ‘ABSOLUTE TRUTH’ answers.
But despite that, here are a few short quotes from Alberto’s latest blog post on Space-Time that I found interesting because it’s basically what I do in Past-Life Exploration hypnosis. The entire article is shown on THE Four Winds website hosting the blog.
Alberto Villoldo explores the Andean concept of Space/Time in this fascinating new blog post:
2019 Jun 11 —Pacha (Space-Time)
For the Laika, time is intertwined with space, very much like the concept in physics known as space-time. The shamans call it pacha. It is the basis of the word Pachamama, or Mother Earth, our home in time and space. Since space and time are deeply connected in Andean cosmology, it is not out of the question to imagine that one could traverse time just as one can travel through the landscape. …”
“…For the Indio, the river is a good metaphor for many things, including time. They speak about mysterious currents beneath the surface that can take you back to your birth and beyond, before the moment of your conception and to earlier lifetimes, and to the beginning of time itself. The currents of the river of time do not flow from the past toward the future only. And you do not have to fight the current to swim upstream like the salmon do. You simply must find the right undercurrent that can take you as far back into the past as you wish. …”
“ …He continued: ‘Your personal power is the product of your communion with the Ti (like the Chinese ‘CHI’ or the Japanese ‘KI’). If the Ti is strong within you, and you are unencumbered by your past, you cannot be seduced by the daydream of a different future. Then the past opens up to you.’
I learned with Don Manuel that one can enter the river of time to discover treasures hidden by ancient masters inside the currents and eddies of the past and in the turbulent whitewaters of the future. You could journey to explore the currents of tomorrow to find opportunities for yourself and your village. Once you did so, you could stop searching and get on with the job of creating it with the power of Ti, the Primordial Light. …”
“ …The Q’ero Nation that Don Manuel belonged to is in some of the most barren and inhospitable land in the Andes. Like the Hopi in North America, the Q’ero chose desolate peaks from which they could observe the machinations of the world and wait for the moment when they would deliver their prophecy of peace. The Laika want to dream the world into being with the power of the Primordial Light—to create beauty and peace where there is conflict and strife.
Alberto Villoldo, PhD