2015-03-20-Don't Automatically Trust Predictions
Topic: Don't Automatically Trust Predictions
Group: 11:11 Progress Group
Teacher: Midwayer Chief Bzutu (ABC-22)
TR: George Barnard
Bzutu: “This short lesson is about predictions and how they might accidentally creep into the messages of otherwise reliable receivers. However, first off, I remind you that the gift of receiving celestial messages can go through an evolution of its very own for reasons of the receiver’s personal progress. Not the beginner, but the established receiver of messages can ‘go astray’ by including predictions in his or her messages. And here we look at some of the causes.
“There is a constant effort on our part and on the part of your Teachers to draw you into the creative side of the lesson. We all want you to have as much of the credit for the work we do together as we can safely allow you. Co-creation is what it’s all about. For us to provide you with a concept, even if you must struggle to explain it, gives you, let us call them, more brownie points than would your mechanically repeating a Teacher’s word after word.
“Where and when we can, we may even show you a picture and cross our fingers as we hear you explain what you just saw or provide the correct meaning for what was offered to your mind. Compared to other worlds where some celestials will openly walk among you, few of you are classed other than as rank beginners. Still, in the process of luring you out of your comfort zone in this way, we do risk your involvement in error, most often with predictions.
“We will discuss three main reasons why predictions may possibly damage what would otherwise add up to a good lesson. Wishful thinking can awaken in the human mind — indeed any human mind — a desire so great as to turn a certain unlikely outcome into a soon-to-arrive reality. Deeply-felt stress, a looming crisis or ominous signs of difficult times to come may well manufacture in human thought a rescuer or savior of certainty to make good what is awry.
“It is not unusual for a persistent dream of an emotional nature to — in the mind of a sensitive receiver — become a future reality. And, furthermore, it is hardly a rare event for other receivers to pass on such an unproven prediction as automatically being ‘God’s truth’ because it arrived via the transcript of a respected colleague in the ‘business’ of dispensing the lessons of his or her Teachers. Oh yes, let the always-present Spirit of Truth be your reality check.
“Frequently recurring are the ‘reheated-for-consumption’ predictions belonging to the Bible, the Koran, the Bhagavad Gita or some other holy book. The receiver’s enthusiasm may know no bounds, but how well aware is he or she of the brain wave level of the messages that are being received? The optimum level of brain and mind — theta to be sure — is between 7 and 14 cycles per second. It is wise to always stay closer to the low side (7 cycles per second) for minimum interruption of the Teacher’s thought by your own.
“I do not wish to comment on the need for notoriety or ego desires for one to invent one’s predictions. Surely our world can be confusing, frustrating and frightening enough without the invention of events that only by sheer coincidence might ever come about. We trust that herewith we have answered some of the recent Monjoronson-related questions posed. This is ABC-22. Adieu for now.”