July 5, 2009

Samuel: Hello, dears.

Hi, Samuel.

S: What did you do today to make somebody’s life better and brighter? All right.

Well, it is amazing how long sometimes some things can go unseen for a while. I found out today that Mary Claire’s bedside drawer she has not been able to close for a couple of years.

S: Did you say “years”?

A couple of years, yes.

S: All right.

So I took a look at it, and the thing was constructed so that you cannot pull the drawer out without actually breaking something, and there was no way to get access behind the drawer. So I ended up getting a coat hanger and maneuvering things forward enough so that I could slip my fingers just over the back of the drawer and just managed to pull some things out. I pulled out about seven packages of incense, a couple of packages of emery boards, about ten bookmarks. And we had a nice little pile there, and she was able to close her drawer. She said that I was her hero.

S: Was your day better and brighter?

Oh yes, absolutely.

S: And the lesson learned out of that? Don’t throw away your coat hangers; you never know what they are going to be useful for. Aye.

Way back in the wintertime when we had the ice storm, it damaged Marilyn’s gazebo awning; it bent it all up and the awning cloth part of it. And she bought a replacement for it and it has been sitting in her garage for months. And today I finally opened the box and we assembled the basic frame of it. And she said it made her day better and brighter.

S: Lovely, lovely. Aye.

Yesterday, I took Colleen to the airport; she needed a ride to the airport, so she could leave. She was very grateful.

S: Very good. I am looking for today. Does it have to do with it being such a Scottish day out that you just stayed inside and hibernated? Aye, my love.

A friend from high school was in town with her husband visiting her in-laws, and she came by the house today and we went to lunch. And I believe that it made both of their days brighter and better, because sometimes family visits are difficult.

S: Yes, yes. Steven?

My mother gave me a pre-birthday gift of a golfer hitting a ball toward a green made out of stained glass. It’s quite beautiful, and there is an oval frame, and she was so excited to give it to me yesterday. And, I could tell she wanted to see it hanging and to see how much I loved it by hanging it. So she came back today—she is staying at my sister’s—and we tried different windows, and settled on one where the light shone through. And I could tell it felt like a completion for her; it was really sweet.

S: It is. Sure.

I think I have told you guys about my brother that is a truck driver. It is amazing how he happens to get loads through Cincinnati over a weekend and he has a chance to hang out with us, even though he lives in Atlanta. They make about twenty-six cents a mile so he makes twenty-five dollars driving a hundred miles, so it is not a lot of money. He has a mortgage back in Atlanta and teenage kids, so we went shopping on Saturday; Dillard’s was having a sale. And I said, “Pick out something for Father’s Day.” He bought some Converse gym shoes and a Cincinnati Reds t-shirt and some khaki pants. And so this morning he got up and I had to give him a ride back to his truck. So he had on his new outfit, and he looked so cute and so handsome. And I took him back to his truck and I made sure that he had sodas and paper towels and he was loaded up. And I said to him that it is always such a gift when you get to stop over and you can stay with us. He said, “You know what, I am so glad that you say this, because I do not want to be a burden; I don’t want to call and you guys think that here he is again.” Well, and it’s like, “No, it is such a gift when you and the Universe can arrange that you can have a load.” And what is amazing is that he had a drop-off in Massachusetts to the Kroger’s on Woodlawn, which is within walking distance from my house, with another load which has to be delivered in New Jersey tomorrow morning. What a wonderful place for a stopover.

S: Pretty perfect.

You are now in summer, and summer is that time of all kinds of flowers that are blooming and gardens that are starting to show the good of the work you have put into them. It is almost moving to harvest. So I wanted to take a few minutes and talk about the other end of that spectrum. But just a few minutes.

And during those few minutes while I am talking about that, assign a piece of your brain to be thinking about—particularly if you attended the master class—any questions you might have with that regard. If you were not able to attend, I can tell you it was about communication.

Now in this world, two major challenges will forever be with you, and that is relationships and communication. But relationships are all about communication, and so you could say that the only thing that is going to be a challenge to you in this life is communication, and you would be right. Your communication with others, their communication with you, your communication with yourself, your communication with somebody you get along with well, as opposed to communication with somebody you don’t get along with well, and that includes communication with strangers. And we also talked a bit about communicating with yourself toward better health and better spiritual connections.

You heard that didn’t you? Noki says, “Oh.”

So let one part of your brain go in that direction and, Suzanne, I have you as my Source today?


S: Aye, excellent. So in a few moments, you will be up.

So with all of that, things are blooming, things are growing. Oh boy, this is a wonderful time of the year. I want to talk about one of my favorite subjects: death.

[…] or something that sounds like death.

S: Well, yes, there is, isn’t there? And I felt the need—not, truly not so much for you as much for those you are around—to remind you of a few things that you know already—because you do. You come in here at birth knowing your death, and throughout your life, pretty much you have a very big part in making it sooner or later. It is very easy to think of death as simply the end of a physical life, but you will resist your death if you do not allow yourself to die on a regular basis. If you will allow yourself to remember that death is not final, but it is the end, and you have in your life very many things that end. When people fear death, they tend to fear it for two reasons. One of them is because it is somebody they care about and they fear they will not be able to manage without their presence in their life. And that not being able to manage without that presence does not necessarily mean that it was a happy, joyous relationship; could very well mean that it was simply consistent in whatever it was. And that consistency creates a habit, and that habit leaves a hole when it’s no longer there. That’s the kind of death that requires replacing. “Samuel, you cannot say that my mother or my father or my child or my best friend can be replaced.” Well, all right, not particularly in that sense.

This is a year in which you are going to have great things happen. About time, don’t you think? But you might be holding off some of those great things because you are so clenched against last year that your hands aren’t open for more. So many people are afraid of death that they don’t really live, and then that shows up in small things. You are afraid of not having—and there is all kinds of blanks you can fill in here right now, all kinds of ways that blank could be filled in right now. “I will miss and never have again in my life this person, this thing, this belief, this experience and as a result, I will resist it as much as I can, because I know that not having is the only thing that could ever happen.

Now I’m talking to a whole room full of Guardians here, and when I say to you, “That’s the worst thing that can happen,” and you chuckle because you know that that’s not the worst thing that could ever happen, not having this or that. And yet, you hold on. You hold on to habits that don’t mean anything to you, to relationships that don’t work for you, to jobs, to friends, to food, because—and I can’t tell you a “because,” for frankly it does not make a whole lot of sense to me. You hold on because you are afraid that you will be unable to fill that hole, so you would rather have what does not work, what does not heal, what does not fill you, make you laugh, bring you joy. You would rather have the pain, the frustration, the anger, the sadness, the constant kick in the whatever you want to call it in this day and age, than have nothing. And that is just as afraid of death, and just as much a misunderstanding, as the weeping and wailing and pain and sorrow and the constant fights when there’s nothing to fight with anymore that this culture does around human death. It’s the same thing, the same fear.

Well, in the very same way human death works, so does all form work. And here is the pattern. I want you to think not only—I will try real hard not to bore you—I want you to think, as I am saying this, that although I am going to be talking about the process a human goes through, I want you to also realize that this is also what you go through when you are releasing anything. See it as a metaphor and apply it to anything in your life that isn’t working, because it represents—well, if it is not working for you—a death needs to happen, needs to be recognized as has happened, needs to be put on the road toward.

A lot of things lead down the road to a final completion. However, as many of you know, that road is not necessarily a very clear one. You can have several final exits, but only one that is really true, this time for sure, the final exit. Those set-ups, options for finals, might be thought of as escape clauses, and more than not, that is how they are used. Every time you have a major change going on in your life, every time you are facing a new step you have in front of you a stay-or-leave option. Now, you might not recognize it as that. You might think of that as, “Whew, that could have been a bad accident. Glad I was on my toes.” Or it might show up as a light flu instead of a desperate pneumonia that takes you away until you are finally at your final portal and you know that finally, really truly, this is the end now, final one, and nothing can keep you here at that point. Until that point you have a choice. Now here is the hard part: it is not likely one that you are going to make conscientiously, because it is a spiritual choice. Because that choice is all about are you going to do what you are here to do or not. And if the answer is yes, then break out the champagne. And if the answer is no, well, still break out the champagne. [Laughter]

So there you are at that final portal and eventually your body systems stop. Any number of things could take you to that point, but as with all things that you are experiencing in your life there comes a point where the effort to continue is harder than letting go, and ultimately for all of you that have watched somebody leave that’s pretty much the process. It’s too hard to stay and you let go. It takes about three days more or less for a full disconnect. It takes about three days for a full disconnect. “Samuel, what if there is a horrible car crash and they burn the body unrecognizable and they just go ahead and cremate it and it is done in the first twelve hours right after? What do you do then? You can’t tell them to hold off for three days. The embalmers come, Samuel. They will do it even if you do not want them to do it. They will do it; they will embalm you.” You know that that is not true, don’t you? A lot of people don’t know. At least those people who prefer not want to know because they would rather go through the whole thing in sort of a daze. Remember that I am not talking just about humans here.

Three days is easiest, but if for whatever reason that’s not possible, we are talking the Universe here; it is by far more flexible than you are.

What is it that those three days are needed for? For the human connections to let go, to release, to separate. The physical self breaks down; the mental-emotional self halts; the spiritual self shifts, transforms, transforms. And you go from spirit using a body to spirit free. Now most of the time it takes a little time. And time is sort of non-essential, to say the least, but to explain it here: time takes a bit of time sometimes for the spirit to release the personality, and that is what I call usually a hospital. The energy you are goes to a hospital. Some of you with beliefs that you won’t let go of that you hold on to and hold on to and finally have a remarkable experience in your life that shifts your thinking, the death, there are still pieces of you trying to hold on. Ultimately you return to you, the you that had a whole lot to do with figuring all this out in the first place.

Now, death is the beginning of the ultimate process for freedom. It is a problem for those left behind, at least those who do not trust that there is more. Do you see how this death plays its way out in the plant, in the creatures and in the way your mind works? And in belief structures and governments, it’s the system. And I need to take this beautiful month of growth and power and the getting to stretch yourself a bit so that you can bloom, and remind you that if you hold on to the past, if you hold on to your way, if you hold on to beliefs that are not serving you, relationships that you are not happy in, then you too are afraid to die, afraid to let go, and have a few moments of not having to put you in alignment for having. What is it you are afraid of and what does it say that that fear means so much to you? Death is the beginning of your real life. And if you want the new beginning and if you want the power and the joy, well, you need to die to the old and come new.

Now, Suzanne, come be my Source, love.

Suzanne: Oh, well sure.

S: You know who this is?

Suzie Source?

S: This is Source.

Well of course, source course.

S: And Source is going to figure out who is asking questions. How are you doing love?

Suzanne: Pretty good.

S: Aye.

Suzanne: Thank you, thank you. Benjamin skyped us from Kazakhstan this morning. It was pretty cool.

S: Skype, what is a Skype?

Suzanne: It is a thing on a computer where you can phone and actually see the person on the computer. You have a little camera there and so we could see him and hear him on the computer, like a phone call through the computer.

S: And did he look all right?

Suzanne: He looked fine. He looked kind of like in black and white, but that was okay.

S: And did he show you any of the . . .

Suzanne: No, it did not go that far, but he talked about stuff, yeah. He’s good, he’s good.

S: No, love, he’s grand. And you are slowly but surely coming to that, aren’t you?

Suzanne: Yes, I am, yeah, admitting it.

S: Aye, he’s a miracle.

So who has questions? Then it’s easy, perhaps not. Maybe we will just sit up here and chat a while.

Suzanne: It’s just going to take a while to warm up. I see David, Harvey, and then Jerry.

I just have a question about practically your last sentence. You said that is the beginning of your real life. I would have suspected that is was more like resumption than a beginning. I am thinking of a beginning after an interlude of  . . .

S: Remember that what you are is affected by what happens here. It would not be any use to take on form at all if it did not have a greater purpose. What you gather here changes Source. Source as the greater whole, Source, expands by you, by this. And each decision you make, each step you take, everything that you do, adds to that greater whole. Now if that greater whole is affected, then All That Is is affected, then Ellic force is affected, and you, my love, are Ellic force. So as a part of that larger function of Source, this changes you, and every shift is a change that adds to that whole. And when this is over that whole experience gives what is needed for the next step. I’ll tell you this: it’s not true for that which is on the wheel; it’s true for you.

Suzanne: I believe that Harvey’s next.

I believe that you said at one point that the ego does not survive physical death but however there is a personality essence that does. And I was wondering if that personality essence is anything similar to or like a memory of the past physical life.

S: A memory that you have now?

Not exactly. Maybe one, perhaps. I know that it cannot be like anything that I have now.

S: Correct.

I am wondering if there is something analogous.

S: The personality essence . . . First, essence can be a poor word because it implies that something is sort of fleeting; it is really something very strong and has a big bite, and can hold on like a bulldog.

. . .

S: The personality essence that you hold on to of somebody you love that has moved on, what you are touching into is personality essence when you are in the room and you smell the cologne or you swear that you just saw. That’s personality essence that you are connecting into there, and that personality essence is very strong if there are many conscientiously keeping that personality attached. When it is released, then I think you used what is probably the best metaphor possible: it is like a memory without an attachment to it; it is a memory. Now, here is an interesting thing: some life experiences are so special, so needed—particularly for those who are on the Avataric function line—a life can be so meaningful that the personality essence is kept functioning for years and years and years. Most of the time when that happens a whole religion is built around it.

Suzanne: Jerry’s next.

I guess my question is centered around something that you have been talking to us about for a long time. You have said that we came to do what in essence is going to be a dying through the transition that is coming about. So, in your explanation of—the way I perceived it anyway—of the time of the shifting, the transition, there is going to be changes from everyone; it will be so obvious that it will be obvious to everyone. In an explanation that you have talked about, you have talked about a shift that will be an opportunity that will be viewed as either destruction or construction, making something better out of it. And you talked about an atomic shift or atomic something that’s going to bring about, that is part of this transition. And, I guess working through the physical mind, the unknown is always a little scary, and you get back to your fear that you preach so much about. I am so sorry, I guess I should not say “preach.” [Laughter]

But you tried.

So, I am just curious

S: If the shoe fits.

I am just kind of curious about your use of the word “atomic.” Are you talking about the atomic makeup that we perceive? What exactly are you talking about when you talk about the atomic part of this shift.

S: A newsletter interview talked about that?


S: You have already got that newsletter?


S: Must not have been very clear then; was I not very clear?

All right. In that particular conversation, although I might understand why you might have latched on to it, I was simply offering an option, not a means. And if you were to look back at that particular conversation, you would recognize that that’s exactly what that was. In fact, does the newsletter, I think it actually references it, yes?


S: Yes, it does. So you ought to be able to connect back to that.

Having said that and shifting out of that conversation, all right, that particular conversation and moving instead as if this is a brand new question, instead of a reference to a past: you have a remarkable ability to deny anything that does not fit in your belief system, and as a result of that, it is very easy to have something incredible happen right in front of you and it’s just written off as something else. It’s a typical human response to, “I am safe when I know what’s going on, and when I know what’s going on then I am safe.” So even if I say there is going to have to be a massive change for you to recognize it as a change–which is true—there will still be those who say nothing’s different. So in a sense, I really can’t win no matter what, by saying this is what you are going to see. Just keep it in mind, you cannot see something if you don’t want to. I will say, think about it for a moment; we are talking about a transition that shifts from a planet being out of sync and all life force on it being out of sync with its greater purpose and its cosmic purpose moving into the completion of Sacred Status, the connection into its greater purpose. Think that has to be something pretty big, not a whole lot of little big things but some pretty big change, wouldn’t you think? And there are no set rules that say it must happen this way and you know of course the reason for that. Free will. But even with free will, a little big something has just happened. The global economic shift, yes? That’s a little big thing. All right, if you are in the middle of it and you have been caught unawares by it—I am trying to be sympathetic, I am trying to be sympathetic—then maybe it was not a little thing. But just go with me, it’s just a little big thing. But even so, there are those who are not even touched by it, aren’t there. Now it’s true that there are a lot who have been touched by it, but there are a lot who have not been touched by it. All right.

So, what about an illness? So you made pig’s flu, swine flu a pandemic, and it sort of just has been fluttering out on its own. We’re not talking something like that. That’s a big little thing, a little big thing. So what brings about massive change in your world? I would tell you what brings about the greatest change: it’s individual transformation. What causes transformation for you?


S: Crises can do it sure.


S: Pain and gain and all of that.

A consciousness shift.

S: A consciousness shift can do it. But maybe that consciousness shift comes about because finally the particle accelerator created a new form of energy that is going to make it possible across the planet to have inexpensive warmth and technology and new ways to grow food because of that and . . .  Maybe it’s going to be something atomically wonderful. I can tell you this—I know you hate it when I say this: I don’t know. Don’t. Can’t tell you, don’t know. I can tell you how close it looks and I can tell you how desperately scary that can be.

How close?

S: I truly do not see you living out your lifetimes. And then something exciting happens and you go into, “Oh, death, hold on to the old, watch out,” and I think, “Ah, all right.”

So how could it go beyond you? It’s now, baby, it’s now. Don’t wait. Be your best now.

Suzanne: We need some more questions. I am going to focus on this area. Heidi? I would like to take three because I can retain three.

S: Aye, but this side of the room sleeps.

Suzanne: Okay, Heidi

S: Heidi, go for it.

Suzanne: And then Steve.

I think this fits, hopefully well, with what you were talking about just now. At this last Lifescapes you talked about a lot of things related to diet and how we live here on the planet.

S: Finally.

And you sort of briefly mentioned something about us being able to change our blueprint. And I would like to know how we can do it.

S: First put the caveats on to it. Who was I speaking to?

It was the Lifescapes, so it was all pretty involved people.

S: Well, they do not all have to be involved in my work, but . . . [clears throat]. There is a point that changing the blueprint required, but that requires functioning at a very high frequency. At this point very few need to worry about that. So continue with your question.

I wanted to know that, if we are able to do that, what would be the benefits to us personally and the benefit to world and the completion of the plan and to the planet.

S: I’m now referring to Benjamin. Are you aware of what is being done right now in the fields of those that are studying autism?


S: Aware of some of the huge leaps that are going on that appear to be shifting somebody out of a state called autistic. You are familiar with some of this that is going on?


S: And there are actually several different ways that are being investigated on this point, but interestingly enough it is sort of a “it can be done,” and now it’s just getting done. However, I am using that as an example because, what if you had come in with a need to learn how to use your energy in order to be able to use it in a focused and hopefully very powerful way? One of the things that you chose could be the various versions of autism or the focused energy of Asperger’s?


S: Asperger’s. You might choose that because it would allow you a lot of opportunity to learn to reach into your personal energy force and how and when to make use of it whether or not that’s considered functional. You reach the point where you were able to start using that energy; wouldn’t it make sense to change the blueprint so that you are no longer locked in the other challenges that come with that particular box. Ellic force comes into this world, and as Ellic force comes into this world it takes on form. It takes on form but it is incapable of using its full power. It must adapt it, change it, forget it, relearn it; it must recognize it; it must learn to use it; it must learn to use it in a way that works in this world and it must learn to do that so that at every new outpouring of energy it’s not overwhelmed, but instead is capable of accepting and functioning. Finally, through that, it reaches that point where it is optimally functioning. The physical has changed and adapted—thanks very much to you, toning—and the desire is to continue that process of growth that is working, that is co-creating, that is at its highest frequency, but the physical cannot take anymore. Then for those who need those very necessary demands, the opportunity can come to change the blueprint. The problem with changing the blueprint is that it can have physical repercussions. You are gaining this, but losing this. The force of spirit does not require a perfectly functioning physical body; it requires a perfectly functioning spiritual one. Answered, yes?

Suzanne: Steven.

I want to ask about, I think I hear you say in the final end, here is the death and the  . . . I forget the name of it . . .

S: Portal.

Portal, and  . . . I want to know is because so many of us do not like that idea, and want to cheat that idea, that some of us set things in motion, we gain commitments or we start conventions or practices that we believe will carry on after we are gone. I wonder how advisable that is. For instance, if I say, “I hope you won’t smoke a cigar every Thanksgiving and think of me when I am gone. And all of my relatives think of course that smoking is so bad for you, but on Thanksgiving for you, we will do this. Or something simple like that. I do think we do make these commitments as we attempt to live on or we attempt to keep the work flowing  . . .  and in that way cheat it. Is that advisable?

S: You’re not talking about whether or not it holds that personality essence like a bulldog, keeping you from fulfilling your greater self. You’re talking about the idea, simply, of whether there is something wrong with leaving something that can be useful.

Well, not useful. You have talked about contracts on the front end. I am talking about contracts on the back end, so as you leave this earth you have made contracts that others are committed to fulfill.

S: Aye, well you know what the problem with that is? The problem with that is there’s not going to be anything to hold them to it, because you are not going to be there to hold them to it. However, in a very real sense that’s what you are doing right now anyway. To the entity that you are, you are what it left behind to continue what was started, and that’s a good thing; I think it’s a very good thing. You have touched so many lives, Steve, and that touch ripples on and on. Your entity did a pretty good job living your compact. How can I make it clearer?

Well, I thank you for being so flattering, but tell me the fact, the things that I value in this world, how to extend that beyond who I am so it’s not necessary for me to be there so that I can go on to whatever my destiny is, and yet the things that I value of . . .

S: The problem of course is, what you need to do is get other people who value the very same thing; that’s the only way it happens.

Well, we have a roomful.

S: Indeed. But that’s the one with one with one. Now it’s not one by one; it’s one with one. The connections you make with others that share the same vision keep a piece of you in your personality essence going, and they keep whatever work you are a part of moving on. But it’s the shared vision and the unity; can’t do it by yourself anymore; it doesn’t work that way. But it’s the connecting in to those that share that vision. In a sense, it’s all about how well you can sell you. And being the lone ranger won’t do it. All right?


I have . . .

S: Wait, wait. Stuart is saying, “Got to turn off.”

We are beyond our agreement, but we can  . . .

S: Well, let’s take three more and hope I answer quickly.

Suzanne: Terry, Bonnie, and I can take one more.

S: We’ll go Terry, Bonnie, all right?

This is a diet question. I wasn’t at the Lifescapes, but I have read the . . .

S: I missed you.

I always miss you. I detected a sense of urgency about some of the diet changes, and some radicals I have been talking about for twenty years, now is the time. And my question is, Are these changes designed to prolong our lives because we are getting to a point where we are getting real close so having this energy for a few years longer might make a difference, or are these changes designed to allow us to be better vehicles now as sources of energy? And if so, exactly how is eliminating the toxins and keeping our vessels clear making a difference to the radical changes that are occurring right now?

S: Oh [pause]. What you do to preserve your physical body to make it functional and useful to you is important. It is important because it makes you think better when you are healthier and you can do more when you are healthier, and you can leap tall buildings in a single bound, and that’s nice. I like that, that’s good for you. I like that. I like when your physical body isn’t fighting you or when so much of your energy has to go to digesting really intolerable things that your physical body tends to hurt a lot and your physical body tends to be weak, and grows ever more weaker, and on and on and on. It’s really nice when you’re not putting up barriers to you feeling good and doing well, and feeling well, as well. It’s nice, but not what I am after. Mind you, it obviously is going to be a part, because what you’re noticing the most is that you take dairy out of your diet and suddenly you do not need all those allergy medications—or you maybe you need more.

It’s extremes. You take meat out of your diet and you realize that your body functions on a much more regular basis, that you don’t have some of the difficulties that you used to be having, that your body begins to function more easily. You make the changes and you start feeling better and looking better and thinking better, which is really good, because the reason I want you to do it is so that you will stop putting a limit on how high your frequency can go, because the higher frequency you function at the more important it is to have a healthy body to be able to do something with that high frequency. So it works together. And what I have said very recently is that you need to realize that by putting these stops, this ceiling, on what your frequency can do, what your energy can do, by putting that stop there you are effectually say, “I choose to have my candy bar rather than what I am here to do.” Do you think that that was a little intense?


S: I hope. But that is really what you are doing. If you want to be at your best on all levels, having a spiritual frequency at the potential that you wrote in the contract, then you can’t be eating meat and you would do very well to quit telling yourself, “Yes, but. Yes, but that does not refer to me because . . .” I said eat as far down on the food chain as you can. It’s all live; it’s the life of a cow or the life of a wheat stalk. Maybe I should have said oatmeal stalk. It’s a strange picture, isn’t it: oats? It’s death both ways, but one of those deaths is much further on the food chain, so your physical essence is not so greatly impacted by it. The less you eat of that which is the most like you, the more physical trouble you are going to have. You must eat; you are going to have a part in killing something, but the higher it is on the food chain the more likely it is to have a compact and a work in this world. So what you are doing to feed your body that disrupts a long-lived being is pretty inexcusable for those who want to say that they are here to bring about positive change in the world.

It does not take your choice away; you still have a choice. I have said before that wheat no longer is the staff of life. And you are going to be finding, if you haven’t already, that it doesn’t work for you so well. But wheat’s pretty far down on the food chain. If your choice is to eat a lovely, freshly cut salmon that is straight out of the Scottish water or a piece of bread, you would do well to understand that you have other choices than that. But until you clear yourself out, you’re not going to know what that piece of bread makes you feel like. So you can’t be making the right choices until you know. It’s always your choice. Across the board, laying it out, not saying this is what you must do, because you must make the choice. Wheat is a filler now, a lot like corn. It doesn’t nourish you; it doesn’t necessarily hurt you. If you are going to put it in your body you might should ask. Dairy, processed foods, the whites, white sugar, white flour, things that have a lot of preservatives and chemicals in them. Eat as close to the field as you can. Eat as undisturbed as it can be and eat that which has the shortest life possible. Do you understand that one?


S: Well, no. I mean, a grain is going to have a sixty-day life maybe, and a dog will have a [laughter as Cindy puts her hands over Noki’s ears] and the dog will have a ten-to-fifteen-year life. There’s a difference there. They both will recycle; one will recycle a whole lot faster. Go with the one that recycles so faster. Keep as much life force in the food as possible. Does that mean you have to go on a raw diet? No. Does it mean you should become a vegan? No. The key word in there is should. You must do what you know to do. What works for you? Just remember what your choices say.

We need to stop. You have been a very good Source. Do you miss, though, to throw something off the side?

Suzanne: No, I was just able to feel like I did not have any performance anxiety.

S: I had fun.

Suzanne: Thank you.

S: Die well. [Laughter]


S: No, every moment. Happy trails.