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    In this video, Brian Gerard Schaefer shares about how to anchor yourself in the flow of truth by connecting with what is most subtle but most powerful.

    He shares about all the subtle energies we need to connect to if we are seeking information that will truly empower us.

    For example: If we were dealing with bottom up issues and we wanted to know how to deal with it, we would drink spring water but if we were dealing with top down issues and we wanted to know how to deal with it at that level, we would drink rainwater.

    Brian says that if you look at how the indigenous of Australia (and many other indigenous peoples) used to dance, it was all about celebrating the indigenous animals - the sounds through the didgeridoo. It was all pure music, art, song and dance.

    He says that what has been lost is the joy of communing with nature and in turn, our connection with each other. The Gnangkari's (Aboriginal spirits) say that everything that has ever been imposed upon us has been to deliberately take us away from living in nature, and our relationship with nature.

    The true connection with spirit and our intuition (via our future self) is activated and maintained through nature, soul and food.


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    To continue the theme of connecting with nature as we were made to, from the Lost Jesus Scrolls:

    Foods in Their Season
    CHAPTER EIGHT
    The days passed and summer continued to hold the countryside in its embrace. During this time
    Jesus came again to the people of Capernaum and sat among them and his disciples also.
    .Speaking to those assembled, Jesus said, "It is wise to eat only twice a day, once when the
    sun is high in the sky and again when the sun is set.
    For all things in the world of man and nature are subject to the cycles of day and night. When
    the sun is high in the sky the body is hungered, and when the sun sets, the body must face the long
    hours before it is fed again.
    "Therefore, eat when the sun has warmed your food from the chill of the night and again before
    night comes once more and weakens the strength which day has implanted in it.
    "It is also best for you to eat only those foods in season, for then your bodies will be in harmony
    with the passing months of the year.
    "I tell you truly, you will feel the heat less in the summer if you restrain yourself from foods that
    serve your bodies during the winter. Yet, the rich grain from the fields and the nuts from the trees
    shall keep you warm when the cold air of the winter touches you.
    "To live in harmony with the seasons is to live in harmony with the powerful forces of earth,
    even the great winds and rain, and yea, even the snows that fall on the distant mountains."
    "Master," asked one who was familiar with Jesus, "Tell us what to eat during the seasons of the
    year, that we might possess the power to overcome the heat and the cold."
    Then Jesus spoke again, saying, "It is well that you ask these things, for then you shall be
    increased in body and mind.
    "In the month of Ijar (April-May) eat of the newly harvested barley while it is still filled with
    life, as it has only recently been severed from the life-force that has fed it.
    "But in the month of Sivan (May-June) gather the fresh fruit that your body may become less.
    The power of the sun has ripened it to fullness and like the water the juice of the fruit will purify
    your bloodstream. Then the life force that has been given to the fruit by the air and the sun shall
    enter into your body.
    "In the month of Eluh (August-September) eat the maize growing in your fields and pick the
    pomegranates as they ripen on the vines. The fruit will purify your bodies and its rind will protect
    you against the creatures (tapeworms) that oft times inhabit the bodies of those who are unclean.

    In the month of Marcheshvan (October-November) your bodies must increase in preparation
    against the colder months ahead. Eat therefore of the grains from the fields and pick from the trees
    laden with sweet dates. Then your bodies shall not feel the chill of the winter.
    "In the month of Tebeth (December-January) eat of the grains you have stored, but go then to
    the orange grove and pluck also its fruit. I tell you truly that this fruit is like unto the sun and will
    nourish your body and make pure your bloodstream.
    "After this partake of the rich herbs, for these shall cleanse and make pure your body in
    preparation for the heat of the summer.
    "Know you not, your bodies are a holy temple that houses the Lord of the Heavens and as you
    purify your synagogues and temples, it is even greater that you keep pure your bodies and your
    mind.
    "Truly, you should not eat when you are vexed with your neighbor, or angry with your enemy,
    or even if you sorrow, for all that is within you then becomes sour and turns to poison. That which
    is poison will destroy your life and your days will be filled with sickness.
    "Offer therefore your gifts to the Lord on the altar of your body and remove all impure thoughts
    from your mind and your life shall be long upon the earth.
    After pausing for a time to make certain that those who had come to listen to him understood,
    Jesus continued. He spoke of the early morning, for long had he relished the rising of the sun above
    the hills. In watching the light slowly fill the sky, Jesus saw life awaken, and with it the dawn of
    new beginnings.
    Now he chided the people gently, instructing, "And when God sends His sun to awaken you
    each morning, obey His summons and rise. Sad are those who remain in the abyss beyond wakeful-
    ness. They greet not the day in joyous celebration, as they hear not the music of the birds, nor see
    the opening of the flowers.
    "The earth was built in joy, and joy is within the grasp of all people. Yet, those who seek
    another world because they seek escape from the earth often find it difficult to be happy.
    "Do not look upon your daily labors as drudgery, but serve the Lord in all that you do. Know
    you not, the maiden at the loom and the man at the plow are beautiful in the eyes of the Heavenly
    Father?
    "Those who seek the ways of idleness darken their own hearts, their minds and their souls. They
    put not their shoulders to the harvest, or serve as guardian over sheep, but oft times steal and
    plunder and war because they seek not the path of good.
    "I tell you truly, when night has fallen across the earth, it is then your Heavenly Father blesses
    you with rest and covers the heavens with stars."
    And Jesus rose from amidst those who sat with him and made his way toward the home of
    Simon Peter that he might dine there. His disciples rose also and departed with him, for the sun was
    setting and they also hungered.
    "Without the human request, nothing will happen."

    "This must never be forgotten, that the human has the power to prevail."

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    Quote Posted by Tyy1907 (here)
    To continue the theme of connecting with nature as we were made to, from the Lost Jesus Scrolls:

    Foods in Their Season
    CHAPTER EIGHT
    The days passed and summer continued to hold the countryside in its embrace. During this time
    Jesus came again to the people of Capernaum and sat among them and his disciples also.
    .Speaking to those assembled, Jesus said, "It is wise to eat only twice a day, once when the
    sun is high in the sky and again when the sun is set.
    For all things in the world of man and nature are subject to the cycles of day and night. When
    the sun is high in the sky the body is hungered, and when the sun sets, the body must face the long
    hours before it is fed again.
    "Therefore, eat when the sun has warmed your food from the chill of the night and again before
    night comes once more and weakens the strength which day has implanted in it.
    "It is also best for you to eat only those foods in season, for then your bodies will be in harmony
    with the passing months of the year.
    "I tell you truly, you will feel the heat less in the summer if you restrain yourself from foods that
    serve your bodies during the winter. Yet, the rich grain from the fields and the nuts from the trees
    shall keep you warm when the cold air of the winter touches you.
    "To live in harmony with the seasons is to live in harmony with the powerful forces of earth,
    even the great winds and rain, and yea, even the snows that fall on the distant mountains."
    "Master," asked one who was familiar with Jesus, "Tell us what to eat during the seasons of the
    year, that we might possess the power to overcome the heat and the cold."
    Then Jesus spoke again, saying, "It is well that you ask these things, for then you shall be
    increased in body and mind.
    "In the month of Ijar (April-May) eat of the newly harvested barley while it is still filled with
    life, as it has only recently been severed from the life-force that has fed it.
    "But in the month of Sivan (May-June) gather the fresh fruit that your body may become less.
    The power of the sun has ripened it to fullness and like the water the juice of the fruit will purify
    your bloodstream. Then the life force that has been given to the fruit by the air and the sun shall
    enter into your body.
    "In the month of Eluh (August-September) eat the maize growing in your fields and pick the
    pomegranates as they ripen on the vines. The fruit will purify your bodies and its rind will protect
    you against the creatures (tapeworms) that oft times inhabit the bodies of those who are unclean.

    In the month of Marcheshvan (October-November) your bodies must increase in preparation
    against the colder months ahead. Eat therefore of the grains from the fields and pick from the trees
    laden with sweet dates. Then your bodies shall not feel the chill of the winter.
    "In the month of Tebeth (December-January) eat of the grains you have stored, but go then to
    the orange grove and pluck also its fruit. I tell you truly that this fruit is like unto the sun and will
    nourish your body and make pure your bloodstream.
    "After this partake of the rich herbs, for these shall cleanse and make pure your body in
    preparation for the heat of the summer.
    "Know you not, your bodies are a holy temple that houses the Lord of the Heavens and as you
    purify your synagogues and temples, it is even greater that you keep pure your bodies and your
    mind.
    "Truly, you should not eat when you are vexed with your neighbor, or angry with your enemy,
    or even if you sorrow, for all that is within you then becomes sour and turns to poison. That which
    is poison will destroy your life and your days will be filled with sickness.
    "Offer therefore your gifts to the Lord on the altar of your body and remove all impure thoughts
    from your mind and your life shall be long upon the earth.
    After pausing for a time to make certain that those who had come to listen to him understood,
    Jesus continued. He spoke of the early morning, for long had he relished the rising of the sun above
    the hills. In watching the light slowly fill the sky, Jesus saw life awaken, and with it the dawn of
    new beginnings.
    Now he chided the people gently, instructing, "And when God sends His sun to awaken you
    each morning, obey His summons and rise. Sad are those who remain in the abyss beyond wakeful-
    ness. They greet not the day in joyous celebration, as they hear not the music of the birds, nor see
    the opening of the flowers.
    "The earth was built in joy, and joy is within the grasp of all people. Yet, those who seek
    another world because they seek escape from the earth often find it difficult to be happy.
    "Do not look upon your daily labors as drudgery, but serve the Lord in all that you do. Know
    you not, the maiden at the loom and the man at the plow are beautiful in the eyes of the Heavenly
    Father?
    "Those who seek the ways of idleness darken their own hearts, their minds and their souls. They
    put not their shoulders to the harvest, or serve as guardian over sheep, but oft times steal and
    plunder and war because they seek not the path of good.
    "I tell you truly, when night has fallen across the earth, it is then your Heavenly Father blesses
    you with rest and covers the heavens with stars."
    And Jesus rose from amidst those who sat with him and made his way toward the home of
    Simon Peter that he might dine there. His disciples rose also and departed with him, for the sun was
    setting and they also hungered.
    By "coincidence", I was just reading this very section this morning!
    (We have this book in the PA library: The Lost Jesus Scroll by Elizabeth MacDonald Burrows )
    "We're all bozos on this bus"

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