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Dare to Dream (p.s) – Nov. 4th 2017

This exercise was delivered during the above opening monologue. And is closely related to how native Americans utilize Tobacco in ceremony, see link below..

it’s purpose is  assist a person is turning their ‘dreams’ into ‘reality’, transforming one into an efficient  antenna and transmitter,  enabling them to live, quite literally their dreams.

Bashar used a variation of previous exercises.

Previously  he has given exercises where one, is encourage to:   Paint, draw or write in words a  representation, a visualization or mini 2 page manuscript of ones ideal ‘Life’ outcome, as a way  to elevate ones energy to a higher level and then dropping the image, “to create a space the higher mind can then fill based on the energy the visualisation allowed you to create within yourself”.

This P.S is another ‘physical’ way or doing the same thing.

“Burn the picture (or manuscript) and watch it. Feel that everything in the picture is now encoded in the smoke as it rises and spreads far & wide, now permeating like a bubble around you, and each singular smoke atom, finds its way, like scouts creating trails back to you.“when you burn things you accelerate the molecules, A reflection of the raising of your frequency, not to burn you out but to burst forth”

Bashar stated this is ” Vibrational Energy Physics.”

The Native American Pipe Ceremony

“The pipe ceremony is a sacred ritual for connecting physical and spiritual worlds. “The pipe is a link between the earth and the sky,” explains White Deer of Autumn. “Nothing is more sacred. The pipe is our prayers in physical form. Smoke becomes our words; it goes out, touches everything, and becomes a part of all there is. The fire in the pipe is the same fire in the sun, which is the source of life.” The reason why tobacco is used to connect the worlds is that the plant’s roots go deep into the earth, and its smoke rises high into the heavens.”

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