November 6, 2005
Troy Tolley, Channel
Michael Chat – Open Floor
[Michael_Entity] Hello to all of you. We are here. You may begin your questions and as we understand it, Lori is first.
[upstaate] I am asking for a Mini Energy Report for this month.
[Michael_Entity] November marks the middle of the cycle emphasizing the processing of this year’s Chief Features of Self-deprecation and Arrogance on a collective level. This means that you have entered the psychological season, so to speak, which will allow the processing of the fears that are collectively generated in response to “inadequacies” and “vulnerabilities.” In most cases, this season of processing the collective fears is not done intimately, but played out in politics or larger-scale events. In this season, the emphasis on inadequacies and vulnerabilities has been glaringly evident in American politics.
[Excerpt from TT: 2005-11-06]
[freyaisissuz] We would like comment from Michael about exactly what is a secondary conscious channel with an agreement with Michael. Thanks
[M Entity] We are unclear as to what your question is.
]freyaisissuz] What does Michael say is a ‘secondary conscious channel’ so students will better understand the concept?
[M Entity] We do not recognize the phrase as being a part of our teaching, though one of our channels may have chosen it as a means to convey a concept.
[freyaisissuz] It is information given to Al by a Michael channel.
[Excerpt from TT: 2007-12-02]
[Question]: We’ve had discussion threads about the different feel to different Channels of You. Is the primary difference due to different fragment groups being accessed within You?
[MEntity]: We have elaborated on this question in the past, and will include it with Troy’s edited transcript of this session. This may shed a great deal of light on your question. [Note: see excerpt added at end of full transcript]
We can say to you now, however, that the accessing of various groups of fragments among us through different channels has the least significance in what you experience as differences. This is often used to explain the differences, but it has little, if no bearing.