(Time for a round of 20 Questions?) (Leslee’s thoughts in parentheses; Ghost Radar words in [brackets])
Only if you wish; you know it’s more efficient if you let me talk. [trick] Just sit and listen for a while.
(But you jump around so much lately… I can’t follow)
(Note from Leslee: Airl is the alien retrieved from a downed aircraft in Roswell NM in 1947, as described in the book Alien Interview, by Lawrence R. Spencer. The book is presented as fiction for reasons explained by Spencer; I personally consider parts of the book to be essentially factual.)
There’s a lot to cover; There’s nothing to follow. Planting seeds. Once they sprout, you’ll see how the roots entwine.
Inundation. Will it be water, or ideas? Realizations. Does it take a tsunami (referencing David Wilcock’s recent message) to sweep minds into letting go of bodies?
Airl is one of many who have explained the relationship of body to mind.
Alien Interview is a very concise representation for explaining this, as well as other less savory topics that mankind could benefit from grasping.
You remember the walls of water engulfing you, in dreams you had in 2000?
Recall what they meant.
Yes. Acceptance of forces and powers greater than a single human body. Did you drown?
(No. I always awoke feeling refreshed, invigorated. Those dreams always motivated me to look more deeply.)
Valuable time spent well. You remember the best way to engage that tsunami?
Yes. Let go. Drift and see where the current sweeps you. That is where you are going.
Recall Airl’s description of the body she used until she left it behind at the Base.
How is your body different? You call yours “biological”. What does that mean, anyway? Rhetorical question. You become so engrossed in the awareness of a body that appears to develop, grow, change over time, that you begin to regard it as precious.
“Precious Human Life” doesn’t refer to “Precious Human Body”. It refers to what is done with that body. In this case, “body” includes the mind also, gross and subtle minds and bodies.
The value of being human lies in learning to use the human body and condition as a springboard for moving to other points within the spheres of existence. This may accomplish an Ascension or Enlightenment pervaded by indescribable bliss and indestructible peace of mind.
Remember, you arose here out of sheer boredom. Feeling stuck in this world and bodies tends towards two reactions. There are others, but at your point in time, these two predominate in relevance.
Finding oneself attached to a body, and then being drawn into another in subsequent lifetimes, it’s easy to develop the view of life as a standing cycle, as indicated by the Wheel of Life.
Again feeling stuck, the two most common responses are to dig in deeper (material progress) or to try and break free (spiritual progress). Both tend to focus one’s attention onto the future and reference the past. These positions quickly become fixed and if you’re not careful, they can merely perpetuate the stuck feeling. Repeat the cycle, thinking that’s all there is to existence.
Lisa’s meeting with Hitsusi provides a unique opportunity to illustrate how surprising some possibilities can seem. Imagine meeting a kind, intelligent being that resembles several species of creature that your culture would have you believe embody deception and evil! What do you make of that? Imagine learning this being doesn’t even breathe, much less does he breathe AIR. (Lisa, does Hitsusi have nostrils, or are those indentations for something else? Please ask him how they function, if it’s convenient for you when you see him next. Thank you.)
You’ve read, and so many have written about, staying in the NOW. Think of how quickly one tires while fighting a current in the ocean. Will the ocean ever tire? Flow. You will all both arrive on the shore, and learn to swim without exhaustion.