Adamus keeps telling us we are already enlightened. We are there. Yesterday, I got it. Yes, we are – with a few qualifications.
Here where I live, we have a Skype gathering of the Winnipeg Crimson Circle Group twice a month to discuss the latest channel, discuss old channels, and share our spiritual experiences. Recently, in reviewing the January 2017 channel for our Skype meeting, it occurred to me that Yes! We are enlightened. I get it. Of course, there is a ‘but’ in there, but I will get to that later.
Adamus said in the channel, “And then it (enlightenment) won’t be anything, anything, anything like what the human thought it was going to be.” He went on to say it’s an incremental thing.
Then, while telling the Master’s Story, he said, “You know, the Masters, Ascended or human Masters, we don’t collect data and information. It’s not about how much you know; it’s about your knowingness, and there’s a huge difference between the two.” He let that sink in for a moment. “It’s not about how much you know; it’s about your knowingness. The knowingness occurs in the exact moment when it’s desired, not before, not after, never too much, never too little. Knowingness occurs in that moment, as you’re starting to find out in your own lives.” [Emphasis added]
And I got it. I’ve been aware of knowing what I need to know in the moment since the early 1990’s. You probably have also. As long as I am in the moment, it is there. Always. My mind might doubt at times, but I’ve trained the mind to be in its right place (it is the servant of the heart1) through meditation practiced throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s. It rarely takes over anymore. And that knowingness that I have cultivated all these year was, unknowingly, my enlightenment. And, because I live in the ‘AH’ (Tobias), or ‘AND’ (Adamus) with no words so often, sometimes I find it difficult to articulate things, but I do know it, and live based on that knowing. The biggest challenge is when loved ones ask me what or why I am doing what I am doing, and I don’t ‘know’ why (a mind thing), or even the whole what. I just know I need to do what I am doing in that moment. The rest unfolds as I go. I trust that. I live by that. I’m sure that you have had the same experiences many times.
Adamus went on to say in the Master Story: “But when you’re looking so far down the path, when you’re wanting it all at once, when you’re out of the moment, what I call the ‘I Am Here,’ then you don’t see it. You don’t sense it. You don’t experience it. It’s happening. It really is happening. You’re just not aware of it, because you’re looking out there, rather than right here in this moment. It’s happening in your body. I can see it. Your body’s changing, and yes, some days it’s tough on your body. You’re going through a change at a DNA level, at a rewiring level, and yeah, some days it hurts. It aches.”
And here comes the BUT that I alluded to at the beginning. The body.
Throughout history, there were many groups working on embodied enlightenment. I recall stories of groups self-combusting because when those higher energies came in the physical form could not take it and literally burnt up. So, it occurred to me that our group is bringing in enlightenment in a new way, one that hasn’t been done before. So we trained the mind (meditation) to allow the spirit a ‘voice’ (feeling) which allows the enlightenment (knowingness). Of course you don’t have to do it in that order, but it does make it easier. I have a friend who skipped training the mind and went straight into the feeling, but often gets confused when her mind creates emotions. So she works at training the mind in other ways. There is no one way.
All along the way as our mind/spirit relationship developed, our body has been slowly coming along into its own enlightenment. I believe that is why the New Age movement back in the 1980’s started with the mind/spirit/body division. We separated them so we could actualize the enlightenment in a new way – the old way burned up the physical. So here we are, 86.7% enlightened. We are waiting for the incremental changes in our physical body to bring everything into full alignment. This gives our mind and spirit time to really get into full trust with each other, to let our human learn to work with the knowingness of the spirit until it is an integrated part of our everyday lives.
I’m not sure what we can do to help the body along. It does know what it is doing, and it is doing it. So I think that in 2017 I am going to focus on my mind and spirit developing a relationship of trust with my body. Not sure how that will play out, but I will “know” in each moment what to do, and that’s all I need.
How many lifetimes have we tried this? How many different ways have we tried this? Well, I think this IS the lifetime. We are so close. In fact, by my calculations, we are 87.6% there!
Angela Fiebelkorn presently lives in Fort Simpson, NT, Canada and is semi-retired. She started teaching abundance classes in 1992, and uses her life as a continuing experiment in creating consciously with many interesting and sometimes amusing results. She has been a hotel manager, health care manager, a project manager, website designer, e-commerce entrepreneur, a studio musician, a songwriter/performer, a spiritual/personal development teacher, real estate investor, bookkeeper, and fearless pirate of change. Angela discovered the Crimson Circle teachings in October 2000, and has attended many Crimson Circle events over the ensuing years.