[Excerpt from TT: 2009-02-08]
[meredith k] This is my real question anyway. Am I in love, lust , friendship, commitmentphobia, delusion, nostalgia, politics, false hope or all of the above with said person. To make it general, how can we tell what is what better in interpersonal relationships? What is weird is that I have danced with him before, in this life, and he feels like a woman in a man’s body to me, which I like. So I also think in some way we are working on healing or homophobia, so who knows. You guys?
February 8, 2009
Troy Tolley, Channel
MICHAEL SPEAKS – Open Floor
[Michael Entity] Hello to all of you. We are here now. We will begin with Geraldine’s question.
[Geraldine] Hello, Michael :) My question has to do with the term non-linear and incarnations. In discussion groups some are saying this means that incarnations work like time-travel. For example, one might live one incarnation in the 20th Century and then the next one in 6,000 BC with the corollary that one could live different Soul Ages in any time. However, I’ve noticed that no one get channeled as experiencing a future life for the “now” incarnation. I’ve interpreted it to mean that lessons learned, agreements completed, External Monads completed, or karma earned and burned isn’t dealt with in consecutive lives, but more in a hopscotch manner. Could you elaborate on what non-linear incarnations means?
November 9, 2008
Troy Tolley, Channel
MICHAEL SPEAKS Online – Open Floor
[Michael_Entity] Hello to all of you. We are here. We will begin with a response to [the first] question.
[Excerpt from TT: 2008-11-09]
[Question] I recall reading in MFM (Messages From Michael) about “romantic” or mating relationships that many people arbitrarily decide they have a “great deal in common” and they decide to proceed w/ the “next step” whether that be co-habitation, marriage, having children, or “all of the above.” This often results in “broken contracts.” Michael mentioned something to the effect that possessing the personal trait of “willingness to allow one another the space to learn, grow and/or evolve” to be one of the most important characteristics of a strong, enduring relationship. I am paraphrasing from memory here, so hopefully my memory has SOME semblance of accuracy w/ regards to what Michael has said in the past!