The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?
As you may remember, I’ve written about this before here. But now I’m revisiting the book in order to see exactly how David Wilcock got back in touch with Cayce’s “Source” the Ra Complex, and how it changed his karma. There may be lessons for us there.
Why, indeed, does it seem impossible to believe that you truly are one with the Father-Mother God; that your spirit exists as an infinite vibration/reverberation throughout the universe?
Free, Wynn; Wilcock, David. The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?: Interdimensional Communication and Global Transformation (p. 248). North Atlantic Books. Kindle Edition.
It doesn’t seem exactly impossible to me, but I do sometimes wonder “Why me?”
My whole life has been about opening up to the Infinite vibration, but I think I’ve got some blockages which are hangovers from another time, another place, another aspect of personality. And somewhere along the line, I’ve failed to hit the target (I’ve missed my mark).
Indeed, there are two sides to every issue, and you have the choice as to which side you will see. Do you choose to see the negativity that is present in the physical world around you, or do you choose to see that all works in unity with the One Creator? It is quite difficult to embrace the life that you have and the responsibilities that are set before you as being elemental of perfect sacrament, perfect spiritual simplicity, and divine essence. It is not easy to comprehend how even the most negative paths that others follow in society, or that you yourself are forced to go through, can be part of a larger order of events that has been carefully scripted and rehearsed throughout the universe since time immemorial. It is this choice of polarity in the third density that determines all future courses of action. Whether you like it or not, your own future behavior in the higher realms is dictated by the choices you make each and every day. In the Egyptian metaphor, the brains are removed from the skull case at the time of death. Why is this? Because it was believed that the heart was the core essence that needed to be preserved, and the brain only got in the way of comprehending and understanding the life that one would have in the higher realms.
Free, Wynn; Wilcock, David. The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?: Interdimensional Communication and Global Transformation (p. 249). North Atlantic Books. Kindle Edition.
I have always understood about ‘going within’ to gain insight and awareness, as well as balance, but sometimes the world keeps bringing me back to the ‘reality of the illusion’.
You, as the lion [in the circus of life], may or may not even be aware of the extent to which you are a player in this giant circus; when the understanding comes, it can be quite a jolt. One of the first things that will happen is the desire to stop watching television and other media sources. The ringleader, in this case being the media and other organized forms of information control, only wants one thing, which should be readily apparent; it wants you to feel that everything you have is insufficient, to get you to strive further and further towards material objects. You who have reached these words now should be well aware that this concept of not being materialistic extends through all of the religions your world has ever known, or as the parable goes in Christianity, “The love of money is the root of all evil.”
Free, Wynn; Wilcock, David. The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?: Interdimensional Communication and Global Transformation (pp. 255-256). North Atlantic Books. Kindle Edition.
Money has been one of my stumbling blocks: I know how necessary it is to have it in order to succeed in this world, but I have always been reluctant to ask for payment in exchange for my spiritual work. My spiritual talents (for want of a better term) were a gift to me, so I try to share them freely with others. But then I am reminded of the Parable of the Talents. Have I just buried them in the ground?
If the public right now were to reach a fearless state, then the international bankers and the policymakers who are running the show behind the corporations and media would no longer have the ability to control the people—would no longer have the ability to dictate the flow of currency. It is the very fact that people are paralyzed by their own fears that prevents them from doing anything productive; that prevents them from any real efforts to try to make adjustments in their lives in directions that will be most suitable for them. It is this fear that is the great limiter and the great binder; it is as an anchor that locks you to the bottom of the ocean of possibility, forever destined to go around your loop; to go around the perimeter of the circus cage. If that lion only were to know the grassy plains that God meant for him and the abundance that awaited him, he would most likely collapse with misery at the fact that he had been brought into such a system in the first place. The difference between you and the lion is that you DO have the ability to liberate yourself from the concerns of the world. It is not necessarily giving up on the world as much as it is coming to a heightened understanding of the world. [It involves] seeing it through the lens of a person who is unburdened by social considerations, who is unburdened by trends, who doesn’t feel the need to have the latest clothes or the latest car, but just simply is who he or she is, nothing more and nothing less. To make said realization about oneself is one of the greatest joys that can be attained, for with that joy comes freedom.
Free, Wynn; Wilcock, David. The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?: Interdimensional Communication and Global Transformation (pp. 257-258). North Atlantic Books. Kindle Edition.
This pandemic has brought out the worst of ‘control by fear’. Every news story starts off by giving us the latest COVID-19 numbers. And voices contrary to the MSM agenda are silenced. We are in a prison of our own making.
As you pull away from the material world, as you pull away from the squawking, incessant chatter of the television, which causes squawking, incessant chatter in your own mind, and as you lay down your fears at the door, you clear an enormous space for inner peace. Participation in this media, participation in this fear, in this lack of understanding, by its very nature will cause you to become completely embroiled in the matters of day-to-day living. You will often take out your greater concerns and hardships upon those people around you, because you are incapable of seeing the fact that there is more.
You are incapable of seeing that what you thought was anger towards these people was in fact a deeper reaction to what is actually occurring inside your mind as you experience the hardship. [You feel this] as you experience the heartache that the media cause you by making you feel that you don’t have the ideal mate or the ideal wealth, and that by attaining these systems you could somehow improve yourself. Simultaneously, the media are working very diligently to make you fear that your life could end at any moment, and to make you very possessive of that fact.
Free, Wynn; Wilcock, David. The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?: Interdimensional Communication and Global Transformation (pp. 258-260). North Atlantic Books. Kindle Edition.
We all are afraid to die, but why, exactly? Are we afraid to leave things undone that ought to have been done? That’s what my concern is, and that’s why I write a blog most every day. At the same time, this world is so messed up, I feel I should do ‘something/ anything’ that will leave it a better place than it was when I arrived 70 years ago.