April 7, 2002

Samuel: Greetings, dears.

Greetings, Samuel.

S: So, you worried about not being able to hear me tonight, is that it? Good. Sunday night. Aye. April.

How different are you now than you were about two and a half months ago? Now one way to be able to answer that question might be for you to look back and think what has been going on in your life? What has been a part of your consciousness? What have you been thinking about over the last couple or three months? What is different in your life?

Well, I’ve been very aware of the whole idea that peace on earth really does begin with me, and seeing the things that have gotten in the way of being in the space of love.

S: Good. Good. So, a very enlightened awareness is a change for you. I’m going to correct that just a small bit, all right? The enlightened awareness isn’t new; your awareness of it is, and that’s good. Jeanean.

I have been very aware of the patterns in my life.

S: Good.

But I’ve also been very happy about redefining love in my life, and what that means. It’s given me new opportunities, a more expanded version of life and consciousness and awareness.

S: Good.

It’s been good.

S: Good. Stuart.

I’m much more flexible than I was three months ago as a result of the Guardianship Program.

S: Oh, that sort of flexible. All right.

Hopefully, it bleeds over into the other areas, but that was a really great discipline for me, because I had never given myself, you know, a period of time of doing stretching. I’ve done other forms of exercise, but seeing it bleed over into all my daily activities. When I wake up in the morning, I can put my socks on without it hurting. Just a lot of the activities that I do, I feel much more flexible.

S: Because this is on videotape and it’s going to go to a whole lot of people who are not a part of the program, or are not familiar with what has been offered, how many in here took part in the Lexington version of the Guardianship Program? Many, many, many of you.

What is the Guardianship Program, for those who are watching and wondering what this thing is that so many people did? What is that? Aye

Well, it was designed by someone who really knew a lot about what was needed.

S: Amazing.

It was designed to help us as Guardians in this world be more effective by expanding our own awareness, by making ourselves as clear as possible, and by learning where we limit ourselves, where we can expand that awareness. Also some of the things that are holding us back from that, and what to do about those obstacles, our issues.

S: Are these good things to know in your life? Are they good things to have in your life, an awareness of your patterns, an awareness of your obstacles, the things that are needed to do Guardianship work? Are they good things?


S: Let me ask another question about that, and again in order to answer for those who will be watching this and wondering—all right now, what is that Samuel language going on there: Guardian? To do your Guardianship work, what’s that?

First, let me ask it this way. Can you be a Guardian and do Guardianship work without being a part of this work?


S: Good answer. Can you do it while involved in some other whole different spiritual discipline altogether?


S: Good answer. So it does not have to do with a particular set of rules. But the class did, didn’t it? All right, we’ll get there in a moment. And it doesn’t have to do with a particular place or way that you do it.

Well, actually, there is only one place that you can be doing it. What place would that be?


S: Oh, you’re here tonight, aren’t you? That’s so good. Yes, you’re right. Well, it helps if you’re functioning on the planet. Are there those here who are here, but aren’t functioning on the planet?


S: Were you one of those not too long ago.

Three and a half months.

S: Just three and a half months ago. Well, I was thinking, perhaps, a bit further back than that.

So what is it that Guardians do that is something that does not require being in this work and does not require having the same set of rules? What is it that the planet is requesting of you? Stuart.

Well I think Guardianship has a lot to do with compassion.

S: That’s a nice answer.

And also in seeing a bigger picture and realizing that we’re all part of a bigger plan and that we’re all interconnected.

S: So being a Guardian has to do with the compassion that comes from the recognition that you are a part of a larger plan and a part of a larger group. Very good, I like that. Very good. Steven.

It has to do with, first of all, knowing that you’re spirit in form, being awake and aware of that. And knowing that, because you know that, you have a service to help others awaken.

S: Good.

And taking on that Guardianship role is stepping forward and committing to a life of service that helps others remember and awaken to their own service.

S: Stepping forward into a life of service in which you choose to help others become awake and aware that they might step into their life of service. Is everybody here, here, for one form of service or another? Some, their service is simply surviving from day to day. Stay here long enough, things will start happening, you will become more aware. And so in that very basic sense, yes, you could say everybody here on the planet itself is here to serve in one way or another.

And, in fact, in the largest picture, what is everybody here to do insofar as service?

Live love.

S: Yes, live love is very definitely an answer, but let’s move it into a much, much, bigger picture.


Sacred Status.

S: Live. Sacred Status. All good answers. Let’s go a little further with that though. Mary Claire.

To reconnect with Source.

S: Perfect.

To see that Source within ourselves, within others, and that connection with all life force on this planet, and the sacredness of that Source within all.

S: To complete the circle from Source to Source, and, in between, be aware of the connection. That is awake and aware, is doing something with it.

So, to back all of that up a bit, one of the things that has brought about change for some of you in here is participating in the Guardianship Program. The Guardianship Program which created opportunities through a—oh, let’s just go ahead and lay it out straight—a fairly rigid bunch of activities. In fact, rigid enough that some were scared off, because it asked such things as that you do specific things to take care of yourself. Things like what?

Things like eating a vegetarian diet.

S: Why?

Because . . . shall I answer?

S: Yes.

Because by taking in vegetarian foods you are enabling your body to be at a higher vibration,  and it also helps you function better physically.

S: Why does it allow your body to function at a higher vibration? Does this cause you any difficulty, Stuart?

If you eat animal foods or flesh, it puts a cap on your frequency, your vibrational frequency, so that your frequency can’t go above a certain level, but if you eat foods that are further away from your own energy, then it allows your frequency to move to a higher level.

S: Does that mean that to be a part of this work you’ve got to be vegetarian?


S: No, not at all. Does that mean that everybody here on the planet is designed and meant to be vegetarian?


S: Well, now they start shifting a bit. What does it mean?

It means it’s a choice.

S: Say that loudly.

It means it’s a choice.

S: It means it’s a choice. It means that you have a choice—until you reach that point that you don’t have a choice. And what do I mean by that?

That you have to be responsible for what you know.

S: Say that loudly.

Because you have to be responsible for what you know, so that eliminates the free will of it.

S: Because one of the things that you do as you grow up, whether you be four when you grew up or forty when you grew up, or four hundred, is that you come to a point in which you are responsible for what you know.

Now, the measure of a person—you can fairly well count on it—those who are responsible for what they know, and those who are not. And until that point that you are responsible for what you know, you are a child, and you will be treated like a child by everybody you know, and it will make you crazy.

And when you reach that point that you choose to be responsible for what you know, you move into what? Adulthood? No. Maturity. And spiritual maturity is what we are actually referring to here.

Now, let’s continue on with this process, just a bit, very quickly, with the vegetarian aspect of it. Therefore, why would there be a class that says you must be vegetarian when it has already been set up that it is not necessary to be vegetarian? Frank.

Two reasons I can think of. One is simply for the discipline of it.

S: Is discipline a good thing?

Learning discipline is a good thing, and learning when to use and how to use it is a good thing.

S: Anybody here agree with that? Discipline’s a good thing.


S: You think so. Why do you think it is the world tends to resist so, then?

It’s not a fun thing.

S: It’s not a fun thing! Why would it not be a fun thing?

Well, for me, a lot of things that I’ve grown up with, and the patterns I’ve created in my life that brought me pleasure and enjoyment haven’t necessarily been good for me and, it’s taken discipline to change. And it has eliminated patterns that used to bring me pleasure.

S: Because more often than not in your life, discipline is another word for change. Your response to it, “Got to discipline myself,” that means you’re going to have to change something, and all of those things that come up with change pop up with the word discipline.

However, discipline is also used in other ways than just stopping to do something that you know is not good for you. Can you give me a couple of other uses for it?

Sometimes it’s disciplining yourself to do the thing that’s good for you. Instead of stopping something it’s adding something into your life that you know will be good for you to do. Like, for me, it might be making sure that I schedule in enough time to play and relax.

S: Good. Good. All right. That’s true. It doesn’t always just mean don’t do something, sometimes it means do something, but I’m actually looking for another way to use it altogether.

Sometimes people use discipline and punishment as the same.

S: That’s also true. Very good. For some, when you hear that as a child, “You’re going to get disciplined,” what does that mean? The child knows that means I’m going to get punished. What’s another one?

Well, I think sometimes of discipline as channeling energy in a certain direction.

S: Well, sure it is. Such as?

Well, if you want to learn the piano, how to play the piano, you have to discipline yourself to practice a certain amount and channeling your energies towards learning this talent.

S: Excellent. So you are studying the discipline of . . . and you can fill in the blank. And yet, what you are constantly having to work with while you are doing that is that inner self that says punishment, change, fear.

I was going to say sometimes we don’t like discipline because that’s being responsible. And the other thing was that disciplining children can also be to keep them safe.

S: Yes. Yes, yes. And so when you have a situation in front of you in which, for a short amount of time, you are going to be asked to follow a particular discipline, while you have all of those interesting automatic reactions that say “punished, painful, hard,” there is also a softer current that says, “something new, it’s a focus of energy, could be good for you.” So vegetarian diet for a short amount of time as a discipline. That’s one reason to do it, but . . .

When I was in the program, it really helped me . . . Lillibeth . . . instead of . . . when we were processing the words in the word discipline, she described it as “self disciple,” and I really grabbed hold of that, because I think it’s something to learn, how to be a self disciple, and you need discipline.

S: Good. Good. Again?

Well, I didn’t finish talking about vegetarianism.

S: All right.

Even though everyone doesn’t need to be a vegetarian, and it’s not needed, removing animal products out of your body does remove a cap so that you can . . .

S: As Mary Claire said, yes.

. . . experience a higher, what appears to be a higher frequency, and in a program in which we’re learning to become aware of more of our sacred nature and our spiritual nature of life, by being vegetarian and experiencing the higher levels we can have, it’s a boost for ourselves in the program.

S: And that is because it is a part of a greater program that you’re working on. It’s not just, “All of a sudden, here’s one area of life I’m going to make changes on.” You were working on making those changes in very, very many directions, exactly as your world is doing right now. Your world outside of this class, if you took it, or this night that you’re here or that you’re watching from.

Your world is experiencing many, many changes right now, and you are in a constant state of adaptation and change according to your free will and your willingness to discipline with them—that was a lot—making changes in your life as a reflection of the changes that are going on all around you. Everything that you have going on in your life is always a reflection—and I’m going to say that lovely word, a reaction—to things that are going on around you.

You work in a place that you just really don’t enjoy yourself. Can anybody here relate to what I’m saying? Perhaps it’s because the people you work with are not very friendly, or perhaps it’s because you’re not real confident at what you’re doing, maybe, anymore, or why you’re doing it. Perhaps some of you can relate to a situation in which there you are, day after day, having to spend a large amount of your time doing something that isn’t feeding you. Can you relate somewhere, somehow? And as you are there being unfed, it’s affecting you. You set up a series of responses, reactions, behaviors, that allow you to survive that situation and come out as whole and complete as possible.

This isn’t remarkable, enlightened information I’m giving you right now; it’s just the way humans work. Right? This is simple stuff, yes? So, go ahead, let go; I’m not about to hit you with something. Group’s staring like this, “Yes?” You get nervous when you have a lot of yeses at the same time, don’t you? Uh-oh, he’s going to hit us with something, isn’t he?

You have particularly experienced that in another way on a planetary scale. You have been in a constant state of change and reaction based on what’s going on in your world, in the very same way that you do in what’s going on in aspects of your life. How many here can very quickly think of something that’s going on in your world that causes you to have your security punched at, perhaps cause you to feel unhappy? Things going on in your world causing you to feel unhappy. Just raise your hand if there’s something you can think of.

I think I should have worded that differently. Is there anything going on on your planet, anywhere, on your planet, that makes you unhappy or have responses of perhaps a bit of insecurity or a sense of, I sure wish that would change—anybody here, can you relate to that?


S: Well, clearly, I said it better that time. And yet, remember that the point I’m going with is that what you are experiencing out there is causing changes within you as you learn to adapt to it in the very same way that you learn to adapt to coworkers you don’t care about, or aspects of your intimate relationship you don’t want to think about, you adapt to it. You set up a series of defences in order to be able to cope with them.

Now, that is where my main point is going to be going tonight, but before I go back there, you just sort of pin those places into your brain somewhere, and we will come back to them. I want to go back to what are the things that that Guardianship Program had you doing that were good for you, and one of the things that was discussed was the vegetarian diet, and another was Stuart says he is more flexible now, because he has been doing what?

Fifteen minutes of stretching every day.

S: Gosh, it doesn’t sound like that would have much of an effect.

Do it for about three weeks, and then you’ll be amazed, anyone who hasn’t tried it. The body responds pretty amazingly.

S: It does, doesn’t it? Now, let me ask you a question about that stretching. Were you being asked to do a specific regimen that perhaps you were to stretch until you felt the sting, or you were to follow a particular routine so that everybody was doing the same thing? Was that the case? No. It was not the case. It was, you stretch. Here, these are some good ways to stretch, but you’ve got fifteen minutes to do it. Do what works for you. It was not push harder, hold longer. It was not “If you cannot touch your toes, you have failed.” It was, you do what is best and right for you, but constantly do it. Consistently do it. Consciously do it. Remember that. It goes with the other thing you’re remembering.

What else did you do?

We were on a TV fast and no alcohol.

S: No alcohol. No TV. Why? Again, discipline. So that you could see what life was like with a slightly different point of view coming your way, because you have so much coming into your head, that by allowing yourself a few minutes in which you’ve turned it off, you would be able to find out what other things came up in your life.

A lot of reasons. A lot of reasons and a lot of things that were a part of that Guardianship Program, a program designed to help those who are awake and aware become more tuned and able to function in that awakened awareness. A program that was designed to help those who were choosing to function more awake and aware in this world for the purpose of being able to serve, to do, to help, to be all that you can be. To create a situation in which you have a consistent, conscious, function of things that are good for you. And all of it had one big purpose. Any guesses? Why, in your life, is it ever good to challenge yourself with a whole lot of little changes for a short period of time? Paula.

Because you see patterns, and through seeing the patterns you also see the resistances.

S: Good. One very important reason is because by putting a few small changes in your life, you begin to see the patterns in your life. One of the things that might be is a pattern of resistance. Will you do this? No! All right. How about this? No. All right. How about this? You learn things about yourself, and it’s always good for you. Being awake isn’t enough. Being aware is the beginning. Being awake and aware and being able to constantly look back and say, “This is the birthday of my awake and awareness” is not the idea. The idea is that you are constantly, newly awake and newly aware.

And the only way you’re going to do that is by giving yourself opportunities that challenge the stability, and that is because—as we discussed recently—stability is often a disguise for what?


S: A rut. That’s right. And what’s a rut? Say it again.

A grave without end.

S: A grave without the end pieces.

And now, back to the rest of the world, back to the beginning of our talk together this night in which I said, “How have you been changing? How are you different now than you were two and a half or three months ago?” Now, some of the answers that came up brought us into that direction of, well, the Guardianship Program, and the reason that I thought it was good to go ahead and discuss the Guardianship Program, even though there are a lot who are going to be watching this tape, and some who are in this room now, who were not a part of it, is because I want to put in there the importance for survival of having a system in place in your life that feeds you, that challenges you, that keeps you moving outside of the parameters of that rut, but not moving so hard and pushing so hard that you are in survival mode or resistance mode or fear.

It’s very, very nice to have a community of people who are doing the same sort of thing, but the problem with that tends to be that most of the time in this world that means everybody’s doing exactly the same thing. And that will fail.

In your life, every pattern you have that is not changing is killing you. In your society, every pattern that you have, even the good ones, everybody knows to do this, and everybody, like a good little soldier does it. Mechanization goes against your very genetic code. That which you do without thought, that which as a group you do, all the same, all together, those are the things that are killing you. That which you do as a society, all the same, all together, it’s killing you, because change is life—is life. The constant process of growth.

Now, out in your world right now, and particularly right now—in fact, I want you to take a look at it. I want you to go on an imaginary journey, all right? An imaginary journey in which you imagine yourself as outside in space looking down at your planet. And every once in a while you see a flare, and it draws your attention, and you realize that those flares are those places that are going through some very massive change, most of which to you looks rather frightening.

With that thought in mind, where are the flares that you are noticing?

Middle East.

S: The Middle East.


S: India.


S: Afghanistan.


S: Africa. West coast? East coast? South coast? Name one. They all fit.

Are you not noticing the flares over your country? Are you not seeing the edge that your country is walking?

So there you are outside in space and you are looking at that gloriously beautiful planet. And now I want you to change your view. I want you to change the view from you looking at that planet to you as . . . let’s see, what? How about a planetary overlord? I meant that to sound like some sort of superhero thing. Yes. The Planetary Overlord, Jerry Cook. Why are they laughing? As a planetary overlord, you look at that planet and you see those flares. What do you do? What do you do?

Send it love.

S: Love that planet. Love that planet. Love that planet. That’s a good thing.

Send help.

S: What kind of help do you send?

You look to see what’s needed in an area, and you work with what’s needed in that area by sending like energy to—it’s higher than that like energy, actually—that knows how to work with it.

S: You send help. Hold that planet in your hands and focus all the way down, all the way down, all the way down, to that rebellious red anthill in that back yard in Texas. All right. And you see that this is where the root of the problem is, or at least the problem you’re aware of right now. And you’re looking at that. And it’s an anthill. What do you send? What sort of help do you send that anthill? What do you send.


S: Ants. Thank you. You send ants. Well now, all right, wait, let’s think about this for a moment. Looking at the history of your world, I think that’s not what you’d send. I think you’d send an anteater. Thus you have termites all over your world, don’t you?

What did I mean by that: Looking at the history of your world, there it is, that’s the problem, the root right there is with the ants, so let’s send an anteater! What am I saying.

Get rid of them.

S: Just get rid of it. That’s the problem? Get rid of it. All right, you send the anteater in and it does a good job. It just sticks its little nose down in there, and sticks out that four-mile tongue and just feasts. It is just so happy that it got to be the one to fix Earth’s problem there. [Sticks his tongue way out.] Do not let the form see that.

However, no anteater is going to get every ant, is it? Why? Why not? Why isn’t it going to get every ant?

There’s too many.

S: Well one reason is there’s too many. It’s probably going to fulfill its mission [pats his stomach] before all of the ants are taken care of.

You are translating constantly, aren’t you? Good, good.

And they keep multiplying. Yet you just got an anteater, two, three. They eat their fill. They stop for a while. When they stop, more ants happen. Sure. Why else? David.

If the ants are a problem, don’t you need ant-sers?

S: You are delightfully bad. I’m going to just step around that for a moment, although it’s very true, you do need answers. Would that be ant-sers? […] and answers. All right.

Well, another reason might be because some of those ants see that great tongue coming their way, and they run. “Watch out! The Tongue is coming! The Tongue is coming! Run for your lives!” Naturally there will be some ants who laugh. “Ha! That doesn’t matter. I like a little tongue now and again. I am a big guardian ant. I can handle any tongue that comes my way.” [To audience] Stop it.

Some of them do run. They run far, far away, and what do they do?

Start new colonies.

S: They start a new colony. Sure they do. So, although you may have fairly well cleaned out that one ant pile, no matter what, you can fairly well guarantee you did not get it all, and that some of those ran off and started another ant colony. Except this time what are they going to do, those ants?

Well, I think they could just plot and build up more structures, more resources, and plot a revenge.

S: This time the ants are smarter, because they know that the Big Tongue is likely to come their way, and therefore they are going to build in response to protecting themselves against The Tongue.

They go underground.

S: They might go underground. Of course, an anthill is already underground, but they might go sub-basement.


S: All right, David and Frank, no more calling on you.

If you have anteaters, don’t you need the ants?

S: Well, it does make sense doesn’t it, but that’s the next workshop. We don’t go there yet. She said if you have anteaters, doesn’t that mean you need ants? Well, yes, that’s a part of it.

You have focused into the root of the problem at its smallest level. You have sent the anteater to take care of things. Hello. Big problem: it’s not going to take care of it. What might you do instead.

Stuart, what am I doing with time, love?

Well, you can take as long as you want, but on this tape you have about eighteen minutes, and then I’ll have to switch to a new tape […]

S: I’m happy. The eighteen-minute part is what I was after. I won’t go too long asking you what to do. I’ll give in and give it to you. Yes.

Send a Gandhi ant. Incarnated Gandhi ant to create change in the consciousness of the ants.

S: Yes, mostly. Yes. We will use a piece of that.

Well, send a negotiator who can, if there’s problems with these ants, to see what the problem is and what the needs are, but a negotiator.

S: All right. Well, maybe that’s what the anteater was. I seem to think that’s what your planet is thinking negotiates these days. Put it together with Cam’s. What sort of negotiator do you need?

A people negotiator.

S: An ant negotiator.

Ant-hony […]

S: And you also. You’re very bad. You’re very, very bad. All of you now.

Where I’m going is, you’re going to try everything you can, and nothing will work until you send an ant. And when you first send that ant, you’re going to make some mistakes, because you might send a Gandhi ant, which doesn’t sound like a bad thing to do, does it? But when that tongue comes.

He’s gone.

S: What sort of ant do you need? Now, Colleen said a negotiator, and that’s very true if you know what’s being negotiated. Lillibeth.

I’d sometimes send a comforter.

S: A comforter. Help me there.

Well, you send that which heals.

S: Good. Beautiful. That heals from the Great Tongue, maybe.

It heals from within. It comes with compassion. It comes with empathy. It comes with being in the same shoes, so to speak. And it raises the experience.

S: But these are the rebellious ants on the planet, you know. Thank you, love. Shall I consider that a second chance now? You’ve got the rebellious ants on the planet and what you send is a compassionate ant? What you send it a comforter ant? These other ants might just crush that ant, might just laugh at Gandhi, might just . . . Heidi.

You send an ant they can relate to.

S: Help me there.

Well, you send an ant that’s not that different from their kind.

S: Good.

So that the other ants can say, “Well, he has a little fire around his face, and he can talk our talk, but he’s saying something different. I used to be like that, but now lets look at it a different way.”

S: How about, you send an ant they can respect. You send an ant they can respect. I did not say they will, but can. That might mean, truly, for the rebellious anthill you send some macho ants—a lot of interesting pictures floating around this room right now—because if it is a warrior class of ants, sending Gandhi is not necessarily going to work. It would be nice if sending Gandhi would work. However, even Gandhi, not the ant, would tell you that in order to touch in and make any sort of change in consciousness at all, at all, it is necessary for the change that is wanted to be lived by one, because it is only what you are safe with that you will change to. Or, what you have the security of a group doing with you for the experiment.

Now, you will only make a change if you know it will work, or you will only make a change when it is an experiment done with others that you relate to. Which is to say that the ant can use the right language, can give what those other ants need, plus stand for something more. The relational aspect of it becomes the group experiment. Well, I can relate to that part, I can relate to that part, I can relate to that part, so those listen a little harder. Maybe they’ll take one step on that direction.

The only way change will come to the whole anthill—let me change where I’m going there—there are only two ways change will come to the whole anthill. One of those ways is through a massive destructive event that changes the reality of all at the same time, all, without a doubt. That might be taking the cosmic bulldozer and shoveling out all of the ground around and setting fire to the anthill. That has been a fairly typical way of handling rebellious anthills in your world—“Let’s just nuke it! Pour the gasoline down it. Light it up.” The second way is through mutation. Mutation. Or, to say it another way, because of an intrinsic change that affects them all.

Now one way that you can bring about a mutation is through a great destructive event, which some manage to live through but are forever changed because of it. You have been going through those sorts of things all of your life, because I’m not necessarily referring to physical mutations. You have mental mutations. You call it school. You have emotional mutations. You call it marriage. And you have spiritual mutations. Mutations are essentially a very small change that provides a doorway to safety. It works, so it is continued. If it works often enough, it becomes accepted and known.

And that, my dear ones, is ultimately the only way you’re going to make the truest change in the anthill. You’re going to send an ant that by whatever method works the best for that particular anthill—and you can fairly well guarantee that for every anthill there is a different worker needed, a different perspective needed, a different system needed—you’re going to send a worker to that anthill that is able to relate to the ants and show a successful change that eliminates the problem. Not all at once, because change in your life that comes all at once frightens you or disheartens you, brings up that fear stuff.

Now, back to that planet. So you move up a bit and you realize all right maybe this really isn’t about the ant rebellion. Let’s look at humanity. You have the anthills in India, and the anthills in the United States, and the anthills in . . . and in, and in. And the anthills all have their different issues, and they all have their different variety of ants, and yet there are certain things that are alike in all of them. You know that you can send an ant, and that’s the best start, rather than an anteater. And so that great Solar Lord, that great Planetary Guardian that was looking at that planet a bit earlier, sends what looks like the trouble makers. Right? If it’s a rebellious anthill, you send rebellious ants. If it looks like rebellious humans, what do you send?

Rebellious humans.

S: You send humans that aren’t afraid of change. You send humans that don’t need the same thing that this particular rebellious anthill needs. Maybe they need the same thing as that one over there, but don’t send them there. Send them here to this one, because there they’ll just get absorbed right into it and become a part of the rebellious anthill, but here they need something different. Make sure that they have a successful technique, so that when they go and infiltrate, they’ll have something to offer. You send them. You hope for the best.

Now let’s move it back to you. Out in space, looking at that planet, you see places of need. You see it because it’s a part of your own assignment. What can you do? Well, I’ll tell you this: You won’t stop war on your planet while you still have anger and hate in your own experience. You won’t take care of want in your world while you are still so focused on what you want that want is a need. Did you get that? Want is a need for you. You will not bring change on a planetary level until you have made those changes in your own life.

What do you see in your world—what do you see? Because your unique perspective, your view, is based upon the mutation you have come here to bring, to live. You see racial wars, religious wars; you see it that way, because that is something you need to bring into your life to turn around into a function of power, rather than a point of pain and suffering as you see it. And until you have brought into your life by discipline, by stretching, by moving out of the rut and into the world, until you live it, your world will suffer without it.

Your world’s in pain right now. Your world is at a big turning point right now. You cannot imagine the precipice you are standing at. You are opening doors that don’t need to be opened now. I ask you, every one of you, put into your life what you see is needed in the world, because until you who hold the planet in your heart do that, those ants are not going to change. It must be real for you to change this world.

That’s all there is. That’s it. You heard it for a reason. Do it for a purpose. No excuses.

Glochanumora. And very happy trails.