Please explain how an entity selects the right recipient (newborn) to enter. How does the Spirit enter the body?

That Spirit knows, first, exactly what level it itself is at as an entity, and what is needed to fill in the blanks of the greater whole. Because that’s what humanity does. This whole experiment of life force is about adding to the greater whole, so the Spirit knows the direction it wants to go to do that.

If that Spirit is a Guardian energy, what it chooses has to do with what is needed most in that specific transition, and what the possibilities are for being able to complete that mission. So as a whole, the Spirit then looks at what the best genetic combination is to make that growth happen, and then it looks at what cultural situation would most help to make that happen, and then it looks at where that combination can be found.

As a whole, these processes are true for a Guardian, but that initial Intent would be different, as I mentioned.

With regard to the Spirit entering the body, think of a child sucking its thumb. Its thumb is a part of itself but until it is stuck into the mouth it doesn’t have a real purpose to that tiny child at that moment. Your Spirit is a very natural part of the Intent that you are, but there comes a point in which the need for that connection calls Spirit forth, like that thumb into the mouth to comfort the child.

For most humans, that comes with movement into this world, breathing air and activating that life force, which is when the Spirit connects in. For a few, that subtle awakening into life happens before birth, but only a few. There really isn’t much need to go through the birth process, which is a very traumatic event in every possible way. So to have a pretty fresh start, most Spirits activate the soul—which is what is going on—after birth.

How much knowledge does the soul bring with it upon entry?

It depends on that original Intent. If it will prove to be useful for that life to be able to remember, either its past or its wholeness, then there will be the needed amount of that memory transferred through that initial life-force awakening point.

Guardians have access to a lot more, though, but instead of it being the initial activating point of life force, it is mastery of particular aspects of life itself. When you graduate from elementary school you are then capable of going to middle school. So it is with Guardians. When they have completed certain awakening processes that have to do with Spiritual growth rather than physical growth, then they have access to other timelines, other life experiences, Entity’s connections—it’s much less limited.

How is that knowledge expressed to and through the person as it grows up?

Some remember past lives. Some have a very strong intuitive knowing and have learned to trust that. Some get very religious, which is probably understandable, since that’s the culturally acceptable way.

Guardians, on the other hand, tend to get rebellious and resist authority because they are remembering power, whereas most of humanity is not. So there tends to be a difference there.

That last question is hard to answer because everybody does things differently and there’s so much to do here with the choice you make, to stay the same as everyone else or to get it and do something with it.

Many years ago you talked about choosing to come to earth for specific reasons, and you used the metaphor of a faceted stone and working on a specific facet. Is that at the entity level?

It is the entity that makes that choice, but that would be small-e entity, not large-E Entity.

Do Guardians, or energies as a whole, also take into account the compacts with the energies they’ve worked with earlier in this dimension? You know, “I’ve worked with this person before so this time I’m coming as their son.”

Sometimes, but it’s a little more complex than I’m making it sound because I’m trying to boil it down to the simplest version. Big picture? It’s all about frequency mesh and the greatest number of probabilities for the highest frequencies. It’s very hard to guarantee that you will find someone that you have a compact with, so compacts with others who have taken the dive when you did are rarer than you might think. But it does happen.

How much are a prodigy child’s abilities due to accessing information that is a carryover from a previous lifetime of one of the Entity’s projections?

Why do people always want things to have to do with a past rather than allowing that some brains are wired a little differently and are able to focus a whole lot of their mental, emotional, even physical power into becoming, say, an eight-year-old prodigy musician who started when she was three, or whatever?

In one version or another, every human being is capable of becoming, or already is, a prodigy in something. You are what you focus on. You focus on what you succeed at. You base that success, or your version of success, on what those whom you respect applaud. A two-year-old beating on a drum is going to have its whole life support system—that is, its parents—praise and encourage it, and so the child learns, “Ah, I should focus on this.”

Having said that, there are those who in their compact predetermine access to painting or piano or another ability, but it does not guarantee that the possibilities work out for that ever to be initiated. It’s much better to allow success to focus the mental, the emotional, and the physical self.

I can only conceive of things taking place within a framework of time. And I can only conceive of my actions as arising from desires—and the decisions they lead to—of my personality, which, like time, is also tied to this dimension. In the dimensions where our Entities exist, how can anything change or “happen” without time? And without an emotional drive, which we leave behind when we pass, what motivates us to continue to grow and serve?

Well, first you want to remember that time has very little to do with it. Humans use time as a mental construct. It’s not a force in and of itself. It’s a means of translation—translation of incremental energy bursts. And those bursts are a perception of form because form itself works on partial understanding. Let me say that better: The actual physical construct of brain, and mind, which isn’t such a physical construct, are such that the minute portion of a second that it takes for an action to register in the brain and create a reaction causes the world around it to look as though it pulses. The pulsing is what I was referring to as increments of energy. So the perception is that everything comes in bursts. The reality is that information is constantly flowing but you’re only capable of receiving it in bursts. You call the space between one burst and another—which is truly, really, all in your head—you call that time, but time as a force does not exist. It’s simply handy as a means of explaining your world.

You talk about the energy being a flow, but a flow is a change of position from one time to another time.

You’re putting it into a human construct. Think of it more as the skin on your body. The skin on your body is. Unless there’s something going wrong in it, you don’t notice it. You’re just used to it. You don’t even think about it when you look at it. It’s not something you watch grow, even though you know it does. It just is. Because it’s a part of that greater whole, information just is, but your reception of it is not. Your reception of it is based upon how you experience it, and how you experience it is based on what you call time.

But consider a chicken and the egg from which it came: is the difference due to your experience or the passage of time? Your experience came first.

What you might want to ask is, “Well, okay, maybe, considering the way my synapses work I have created these increments of time, but what about a five-hundred year old tree or a rock? How does it experience time, given that you are saying that time is a human-based construct? What would you say?

If time is purely a human construct, then other forms of life do not experience time.

They don’t experience it in the same way, but as long as that tree or that rock is in this world of form, it will have some version of experiencing the way information comes through.

Your version of time is different than the Pleiadean version of time, which is different from a tree’s version, a rock’s version.

Different kinds of time?

A different means of measuring information reception.

Stuart: I’ve been really fascinated lately with doing time-lapse photography and slow motion photography.  It can be very beautiful to see  the clouds and the shadows and things moving at a different rate of time than what I usually perceive.

Aye, the perception is the key.

Stuart: We’re probably just like blurs to a tree, because its experience of time is so slowed down. So you see it like a time-lapse picture; you see things moving a little faster.

If you go to New York City from Lexington, Kentucky, you either have to adapt to their version of time or suffer, don’t you?

The different version of time I can deal with. The difficulty was with understanding the notion that time did not exist in the other dimensions.

But those dimensions that are a function of the world of form, which is not simply limited to people, are a part of this function of form. This universe is this function of form.

Everyone has seen how people who share knowledge of the same facts can still make different choices from each other. But free will is compatible with knowledge. Why didn’t we get a free will system with a higher level of information access and processing than this one? Why did this system include the notorious deep-seated cognitive errors humanity is famous for?

Well, first you need to remember that not everybody is functioning at the same level as everybody else and that there are those who figured out, pretty early on, how to bypass some of those great errors. And there are those who, because of their free will, are functioning a lot worse than everybody else.

Free will isn’t the issue as much as it is the choices one makes day to day. So that question boils down to the question of why people make the choices they do. And actually that’s one I’ve asked for a very long time.

In the bigger perspective? The Creator of this universe designed the experiment, but there are Creators doing different versions of experiments, so right now this one is about following the rules of free will. Next time around one might say, “Well, that didn’t work too well. Maybe we should try something else.”

Everybody has the opportunity to change their circumstances, everybody. Whether or not they choose to has more to do with their levels of fear than levels of Spiritual evolution, and that fear has to do, at the most basic level, with survival of life and, in the higher sense, survival within the cultural conditions and expectations that are brought upon them. Humans will always do whatever they want to. Humans will always choose, or not choose, what is best for them.

The question isn’t so much about choice as it is about why someone thinks what’s best for them is stepping in front of a train.

There are some types of love that may seem not loving, such as disciplining a child or establishing and holding boundaries. On the other hand, loving without boundaries sets us up for being abused. Please discuss how to handle doing the loving thing when that may mean walking away or not doing what is expected or asked for. And, how can we discern when we are setting ourselves up for abuse?

One of the things that you want to remember is that loving all, in the beginning, does mean being good to yourself, but the further that you grow in love, the more you see that it’s not about you, that it’s about loving others even more than you love yourself. But that is a path of progress.

So how do you do this without setting yourself up for abuse?

  Which is really where this question is coming from. “How much can I stay away from things that I perceive are going to be difficult and still be functioning out in the world loving everybody?” I have no sympathy for that. You must have boundaries, but those boundaries are not about protecting yourself from love unconditionally. If your lack of a boundary is hurting me and hurting you, if you’re going to walk all over me, that means somewhere you never learned that that’s not acceptable behavior. And that hurts you. But the moment that that boundary comes to be all about you, then you’re back to two-year-old status. It’s also incorrect if it’s all for you, because, under the laws of unconditional love, the two must be balanced.

What happens way too often is that you’re so busy protecting yourself from perceived slights and damage that you consider it protecting yourself and setting boundaries when what you’re really doing is not letting other people in because you’re afraid to face the world. In 2019 you’re not going to be happy doing that.

Guardians get really hung up on “Well, in order to do the loving thing I’ve got to have some ‘me’ time,” and it becomes an excuse not to ever push out of their own boundaries, their own belief structure, about what they can and cannot do. It becomes a holy reason for unholy behavior. Boundaries are a good thing until they’re not. And they’re not when they are all about protecting yourself. In any given moment nothing hurts you—nothing.

[To Paula] Your [painful] neck, you think about it all the time except when you’re busy doing something, and then you’re not thinking about it because pain passes in the moment. It’s the fear that comes from anticipating the next time, and that’s what this question is about. “I am anticipating these bad things; therefore I set boundaries. But I’m still really loving, right?” You are to yourself. Now put it out there in the world and risk your fears.

Questions like that are so much how current Guardianship thinks now. “How can I keep myself in this nice little box and still say I’m serving the world?”