• Samuel uses the life cycle of trees, and especially the autumn trees as the back drop of this post-Samhain (Halloween) meeting in which his discussions include: the cost of choosing to be human rather than moving beyond the “costume” of humanity; three elements to all of our paths; the gift of releasing and renewing like a tree does; the energy transmissions of this month; recognizing what is and is not true in our lives; how to let go, and what truly letting go means; and why it’s important to accept our selves as we release and become changed beings.
  • Samuel begins this meeting emphasizing its main focus by saying: “You are here to channel what you are through who you are, and doing that transforms you and the world around you." The topics discussed include: two ways to identify our core issues; what the “core” of us really consists of; why issues develop that wall off our core being; the challenges presented by our brain’s functioning through associative process; anchoring into our minds, hearts, and bodies the wonderful joy of Overcoming; our continuing choice to act or react; why expectations lead to reactions rather than actions; more on understanding what we are as opposed to who we are; and the consequences of getting lost in all that our bodies have to offer.
  • “Massive influxes of higher dimensional energy are now and will continue creating major changes in the lives of Guardians, and in the world itself throughout 2015. These Lifescapes will be tailored to help you make the best use of these activating energy cycles so that when you look back on this time you can be proud of what you have achieved.”Samuel logo
    Samuel discusses:
    • functioning consciously within multidimensional reality;
    • densities of form, spirit, and illusion;
    • the differences between reality and dimensions of reality;
    • the signs of time-travel fatigue.
  • Though Samuel's main focus during this evening's teaching is forgiveness, "an issue that tends to hold up the living and the dead," he touches on several other issues as well. The topics discussed include: why our expectations, rather than the actions or words of another, need to be forgiven; how we can change our expectations; eliminating situations that will require forgiveness by acknowledging and communicating our expectations; understanding the role expectations play in creating painful real-life situations; why those closest to us are the most difficult to communicate with; recognizing fear as the root of our anger in any given situation; the negative impact of our expectation that others value, love, or appreciate us; knowing when you have forgiven and what forgiveness "looks like;" forgiveness as an act of love; the life review we go through immediately after death; and learning to recognize the many aspects of a situation in which forgiveness is needed.