[Excerpt from TT: 2009-10-11]
[Question] Hello, Michael. Based on the Teachings we’ve received so far, I cannot validate the truth of whether or not Cetaceans are an ensouled family of animals for a number of reasons:
…1) Michael has said that Cetacea are a transplanted group of Essences who are finishing off their Grand Cycles started elsewhere, but nearly gone extinct due to technological/civilization abuses. Also, their ensoulment started prior to humans.
…When did cetaceans first ensoul on earth?
April 1, 2007
Troy Tolley, Channel
MICHAEL SPEAKS Online – Open Floor
[Michael Entity] Hello to all of you. We are here. We will begin with the requested “Energy Report.”
To continue the arc of exploration into the Mode for the year, Observation continues be the emphasis. Clarity as the positive pole seems to be a strong force for most of our students, with very little fall into Surveillance. By that we mean that what is being observed is not distanced from the observer. The experience of clarity through observation is specifically due to the intimacy, or resonance, with that which is being observed in terms of HOW one is relating to personal goals, and HOW one is relating to others. We see most of our students as experiencing a range from tolerance to true comfort in terms of exploring their relationship with Dominance’s poles (LEADERSHIP: asserting direction over that which can be directed; or DICTATORSHIP: asserting control over that which is not yours to control).
[Excerpt from TT: 2007-04-01]
[H2OSprtlvr] Are the wild dolphins around the Fiji islands that interact with the tourist annoyed with the human tourist for being dropped off in their path or do they truly enjoy swimming and playing with the tourist?
[Michael Entity] Most Dolphins who are in positions of interaction with Humans adore the experience, but not always from the spiritual level that some tend to project upon the experience. Many “make fun” of the Humans and others know of the sexual “hang ups” among humans, so tend to push that level for humor. In short, Dolphins tend to find the experience comical and fun.