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Full Transcript: 2009-09-13 – Open Floor

September 13, 2009
Troy Tolley, Channel


[Michael Entity] Hello to each of you. We are here. We will begin with the first question.

[Question] I’m curious about how Essences organize concurrents these days, with so many, in terms of ETs, TCs, etc. Seems like a lot of threads to keep untangled, can’t wrap my brain around it. It’s not “normal” in human history to have so many concurrents as we do now, is that right? Confused and curious.

Does it require a lifetime for each internal monad?

[Excerpt from TT: 2009-09-13]

[Question] Greetings Michael, my question is about the Internal Monads; following is from a private session with Troy:

“In fact, the completion of Internal Monads in the negative pole are vital to the process of evolution for the soul. Each Internal Monad will have a lifetime with a completion in the negative pole before a completion in the positive pole….A successful completion of a Soul Level means the successful completion in the Positive Pole for ALL Internal Monads within one life. This can take several lives to figure out how to build through each Internal Monad relative to that Soul Level.”

Negative Poles

[Excerpt from TT: 2007-05-16]

Well, as I have come to understand this… one thing to keep in mind is that Michael has explained that the “negative pole” is just a matter of restrictions, not necessarily a “negative” place that we would interpret it to be. Michael has said that some people function perfectly well in the world from that space and it IS their comfort to remain there. Not that it’s “good” for them, or that it’s preferable in the long run, but entire lifetimes can be spent there, or at least with the effort to remain there. Remaining at one end of the spectrum, positive or negative, is not really the goal of a soul, but to be able to function across the spectrum as necessary. The point is that the Overleaves contain a spectrum from a broader, higher functioning down to a more closed, restricted functioning and both ends can be useful.

“Hands Across” Technique

[Excerpt from TT: 2004-08-05]

[Question] I was wondering about the hands across technique for centering. I was curious about some examples.

[MEntity] The “hands across” technique, as some of our channels refer to it, is the process of utilizing the positive pole of the Overleaf that shares an axis with your original Overleaf… as a means to move that original Overleaf out of the negative pole. For instance:

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