The Disappearance of I
I am still bubbling over with enthusiasm from the Awakening the BodyMind class! There is this new joy I feel in giving healing now…
I wanted to share some more of what we learnt in class, more ‘off the grid’ stuff if you know what I mean? It is often the group discussions in class which provide the most interesting material for growth.
Did you know that each country has it’s own group consciousness / realm? Ric gave the example of Germany, which he describes as having a fear of chaos, which then creates a neurotic attempt to control. In England he hinted that the group consciousness may have to do with alcohol. The good news is, these can be released with MG. So, if your country of origin (or even the one you are in, if you have been here for many years) is bothering you with its pesky issue, help is at hand.
You may be struggling to explain to people what awakening is. Here is one way to address this with a person, suggested by Ric: “Take your experience now and then imagine what it would be like if there was no I in it”. It is probably better to use the word ‘I’ rather than ‘ego’, because of the stigma and baggage that word carries (i.e., ‘egotistical’, ‘ego maniac’ etc., which is something different). If that falls on deaf ears, try asking them to feel the I in the centre of their head (or heart – though this will be harder for most people). Explain that in awakening that I disappears.
The Navel AP, which I mentioned as being very good with physical issues, can also be cleared to help you release your birth experience. Most of us had fairly traumatic births, so let me know if this resonates for you.
Ok, I had better go to university now! I look forward to hearing from you and to sharing more of the adventure with you,