Wind & Wings
Monday, July 1, 1996
© Copyright 1996 by NewHeavenNewEarth
of the extraordinary times in which we live."
THE BLIND MAN AT THE GATE
Introduction by David Sunfellow
A Psychic Reading given by Ray Stanford
YOUR LIFE IS THE ROADMAP FOR YOUR JOURNEY
RECIPE FOR RELATIONSHIPS IN THE 21ST CENTURY:
INGREDIENT #1: HONESTY
Linda O'Keefe & Lance Botthof
A SYNCHRONISTIC INTRODUCTION TO "AGILE AL"
THE NEXT LEVEL OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT:
THE SYNERGISTIC HUMAN
Al Siebert ("Agile Al")
UNDERSTANDING DREAMS OF THE "END DAYS"
"Real intimacy is bliss. Somewhere deep inside we sense that, but the price
of the bliss is so high that most of us don't persevere in our search for it.
That's because the sincere attempt to create healthy and intimate relationships
is guaranteed to bring up everything that we've been running from for an entire
lifetime -- maybe more than one. To be in relationship with others, we must face
all that we've been avoiding in ourselves."
---From "The Kripalu Spirit: A Journal of Consciousness"
THE BLIND MAN AT THE GATE
By David Sunfellow
We human beings are a strange lot. Even when our eyes and ears appear
to be open, most of us are surprisingly blind and deaf. On the deepest
of us realize that there are vast regions of reality that we aren't aware of.
There are angels, discarnates, auras, etheric forces, astral and casual realms,
the God in one another, superhuman powers, God-like knowledge and understanding.
Few of us ever experience these realities on a day to day basis. But as disconcerting
as this may be, the greater tragedy may well be the meaningful moments we overlook
in our common, everyday life. How many times has someone shared something with
us and we responded without really listening, let alone really seeking to draw
them out and understand. "Ah, I've heard this before. I know what this
person is thinking, doing, feeling." Then we dismiss them and move on
-- again, without having really paid attention.
In my mind, treating one another so haphazardly not only hurts ourselves
and others, but I think it also keeps the doors tightly closed to
the grander spiritual
experiences we all hear about and long to partake in. In other words, if we
were more alert to the common, everyday occurances of our lives, and spent
more time really trying to listen and learn from one another, probing our depths
together, I believe we would soon discover that doorways to other realities
lied hidden therein. There is, in fact, an ancient legend where the Gods all
gather together to decide where they can hide their greatest treasures so that
human beings won't discover them. After considering numerous possibilities,
the God's finally realize that there was only one place that was safely out
of the reach of humans: inside human beings themselves. And that's where they
decided to hide their greatest treasures.
And so it seems to be with us. If we could only learn to seize the
common, everyday moment, it is my guess that all the universe would
soon be ours...
"The Blind Man At The Gate"
A Psychic Reading Given by Ray Stanford
"Long ago, I remember a blind beggar sat each day beside the gate on the
east side of the wall of the city of Jerusalem. For years he made that place
his daily residence.
"So clever were his ears that he had learned the sounds of those who walked
along the way. He could detect the man of wealth by his step, by the sound of
his voice, even by the sound made by the texture of his clothes and shoes. By
cleverness of the ear he could discern the Roman from the Jew; in fact, he could
identify, with little difficulty, a man of almost any nation.
"By sound alone did he discern what he considered to be the worth of men.
Those who dragged their feet or who let their sandals flap too much as they walked;
those whose clothes were of insufficient crispness or weight (indicative of lack
of wealth), he ignored, and did not even bother to raise his cup and ask for
"One day footsteps were heard along the hillside and upward to the gate
-- familiar footsteps, but of little importance to the beggar. By the sound of
their feet and the timbre of their voices he recognized the walk of two fishermen
"Beside the fishermen as they passed by was the voice of a man he recognized
as being from Nazareth. If I might know the beggar's thoughts at the time, they
were, 'Ah, a man from Nazareth. Perhaps he has a family of the class of workers
or carpenters, perhaps a maker of roofs. These fisherman, this laborer, would
have no coins for me. Better to save my voice than to waste on them a forlorn
hope of alms.' These were the words within his mind and heart.
"The fishermen were Simon and Andrew. The Nazarene was a man called Jesus.
"The beggar remained blind throughout his years; the slyness of his ear
had stolen away the very opportunity that his eyes might see. Had his heart been
prepared in love, he should at least have spoken. Or had he even asked, unknowing,
sight might have been received. Yet, so it is that often men allow the greatest
opportunity to walk by them. In blindness they hear its footsteps, but they judge
its cadence by the ear of wisdom and fascination in things of the world.
"Who was the blind man at the gate? I am. It has taken me nigh two millennia
to begin to hear anew. And still, my eyes do not see..."
"One's life does not lie. It expresses exactly what you really, inwardly
believe. You may consciously claim that you are a loving person and indeed believe
in love. But if you suffer from a loveless life, it testifies clearly that somewhere
inside of you, you do not believe in love, you do not want to love, and you have
your reasons -- that is, misconceptions -- for not loving. Hence, unconscious
misconceptions can only be unearthed by looking at your life, your suffering,
your frustration, your unfulfilled longings."
---From Pathwork Lecture #193,
"Resume of the Basic Principles of the Pathwork: Its Aim and Process."
YOUR LIFE IS THE ROADMAP FOR YOUR JOURNEY
By Dottie Titus
One of the basic premises of the Pathwork is that we constantly create our
lives, the outward manifestation of our inner state. We have unlimited power
to create. We want to create our lives positively and become fulfilled, happy,
blissful; but as long as we are unaware of our negative intentions, they are
more powerful than our positive ones. Whenever we fail to see negative aspects
of ourselves, we give those aspects more power, more energy.
So one of the first things we have to do to begin to change our experience
is to look at our lives honestly and ask: Where am I unfulfilled? Where do
I long for something and not get what I long for?
The next step is to go even deeper into truth with ourselves and
search for the part of us that doesn't want the fulfillment we long
for. This takes a
lot more courage and more honesty. Sometimes it's very hard to believe that
you don't want what you think you want. One technique that can help is to sit
quietly and feel your longing, feel it strongly. Then slowly begin to imagine
it being fulfilled. Do this consciously, not as an escape into fantasy. Just
visualize your dream coming true. Notice how you feel about it. Is there joyous
acceptance? Or is there some level of discomfort? Do you find yourself spacing
out? Or does your visualization get interrupted by more "realistic" notions
of why it can't work?
There are some common themes that often underly the negative intent
to avoid what we long for:
1. Sometimes, it feels safer to be proven right in our negative belief
than to risk something different happening ("I knew it wouldn't work").
2. Sometimes we feel unlovable or undeserving at a very deep level.
3. There may be a fear that if we get what we want, we are going
to be punished for asking for too much.
4. There may be a demand that what we want must be perfectly in accord
with how we want it to be.
5. There may be an inner child that is still striving to overcome
a childhood situation. This inner child may want to create a negative
situation just so
he/she can "win" this time around. Whatever your particular variation
is, see if you can find the place in you that really prefers things the way
they are now.
Finding the negative intentionality is a life-changing event. Once
we bring the negativity to light, we can begin to consciously work
with it and change
it. As the Guide says, "This is why the pathwork is, above everything
else, a process of making things conscious. This self-awareness unifies you,
unifies the split in you, unifies conflicts in you and establishes your sense
of self and your knowledge that the universe with all its bliss is yours."
Dottie Titus is a Pathwork Counselor-In-Training with the Sevenoaks
Pathwork Center in Virginia. Dottie has completed the five-year Pathwork
Program at Sevenoaks as well as two years training as a Pathwork Counselor.
She is currently enrolled in a two-year Pathwork Helper Training program at
Sevenoaks and facilitates the NHNE Pathwork Circle Mailing List. If you would
like to join the NHNE Pathwork Circle Mailing List, which has been created
to discuss and apply the material contained in the Pathwork Lectures, send
a letter to "email@example.com" and write "pathworkcircle" in
the SUBJECT field of your letter.
If you would like to find out more about Eva Pierrakos and the Pathwork
lectures, an NHNE Special Report on the subject is available in the
of the NHNE web site: http://www.sedona.net/nen/nhne/pathwork.html The Pathwork
New York Region also has a Web site at: http://www.pathwork.org
RECIPE FOR RELATIONSHIPS IN THE 21ST CENTURY:
INGREDIENT #1: HONESTY
By Linda O'Keefe & Lance Botthof
Let's face it, without honest communication, our relationships are
doomed to be confusing, at the very least. Yet forthright, direct
not come easily because, for most of us, it didn't exist in our families and
wasn't taught to us as children. Many of us learned that it was wrong to steal
or tell lies, but how many of our parents supported us in emotional honesty?
The accepted, often times only permissible response to, "How was your
day at school," was an automatic, "Fine." Even as adults, how
do we most often answer the question, "How's it going?" There simply
wasn't and isn't full acceptance out in the world for us to be emotionally
honest. So most of us are still struggling with the definition of emotional
honesty, much less have the tools for practicing it in our relationships.
First, let's look at why this kind of honesty is vital to experiencing
true intimacy in relationships. Our natural connection with God,
ourselves and others
is spiritual in nature and the way we experience this connection is through
our feelings. This is obvious while experiencing our joy, hope, love and sense
of wonder about our connection with the universe. Less often do we connect
God with our anger, shame, fear, guilt and hopelessness. It has been said,
though, that God needs all of us. This is true in our intimate relationships
as well. The degree of intimacy we can expect to enjoy with others is in direct
proportion to our ability to share the fullness of who we are. So if we're
asked, "How's it going?," and we reply with the well rehearsed "Fine" when
we're really feeling sad, angry, hurt or something else that could hardly be
defined as "Fine," then we are leaving God, ourselves and the other
person. Obviously, in order for this honest expression to take place it's necessary
to be aware of our true feelings first.
Our feelings are energy, so even if we're not in touch with what
they truly are, we're still projecting them in communication with
others. Since we're
always feeling something, this leaves us with two choices: to be in touch with
all our feelings and communicate them directly, or to project our feelings
and communicate something else, which creates confusion and misunderstanding.
Most of us respond to what others are feeling/projecting, not what is being
said. The obvious trick here is to know what we really are feeling. This is
where our intimate relationships can provide a valuable mirror if we are willing
to look at what is being reflected to us. A large part of self-honesty is being
open and teachable about seeing what feelings we may be projecting that we're
not in touch with. Many of us just have a difficult time in saying "Ouch" when
it hurts instead of going into anger, explanations, rationalizations, protecting
others or a hundred other defenses.
In short, emotional honesty is an acquired skill that doesn't come
overnight and requires practice and patience. One suggestion is to
reflect back on our
communication in intimate relationships and ask the question: "Did what
I say accurately express all of what I was feeling? Did I say 'Ouch' if it
hurt?" If we keep our focus here and are open to new information, a higher
level of honesty will develop with ourselves and others.
Linda and Lance together have nearly 20 years of personal recovery
and counseling experience. Their marriage partnership is founded
in a deep commitment to continued
personal growth. They seek to share their inspiration with others interested
in discovering the power of relationships. Their site on the World Wide Web
(http://www.sedona.net/nen/options) is dedicated to empowering others towards
this end. Included therein, is information on a "Relationship Help Line",
designed to help callers with relationship concerns and "Life Shift",
a two to four-day personal & spiritual growth intensive held in Sedona,
Arizona. Linda and Lance can be reached at:
Options For Growth
2675 W Hwy 89A, Suite 1153
Sedona, AZ 86336
Now here's something worth noting. Gillian Holloway recently told
Al Siebert about NHNE and Al dropped me a line introducing himself
and offering to write
an article. Meanwhile, half way across the continent, another one of our columnists,
Bob Manrodt, recently spent time with Al at a conference in Pennsylvania. Unaware
that Al would be writing something for this issue of WIND & WINGS, Bob
was so impressed with Al that he decided to use a portion of his space to introduce
Al to all of you!
Someone must think Al has something important to share with us...
A SYNCHRONISTIC INTRODUCTION TO "AGILE AL"
By Bob Manrodt
Recently at a conference in Pennsylvania sponsored by THE PENNSYLVANIA
STATE MENTAL HEALTH CONSUMERS ASSOCIATION, I had the pleasure of
spending some time
with Dr. Al Siebert, the conference keynote speaker. "Agile Al" and
I shared personal stories and observations and he impressed me with his authenticity,
sly humor and candor. "The ones who survive," says Al, "are
the Hawkeyes of the world, not the Rambos."
When Al told me about his "WELLER THAN WELL" RESEARCH PROJECT my
heart leaped. We were kindred souls. Agile Al was inspired to undertake this
project at least in part by Karl Menninger, the famous psychiatrist who says: "Some
patients have a mental illness and then get well and then get weller... This
is an extraordinary and little realized truth." Al asks that people help
his Project locate "people who were diagnosed by psychiatrists as mentally
ill, but were transformed by their experience and became stronger, better,
more talented, more productive, more effective, and so forth."
It was my privilege to present several workshops related to spiritual
emergency and spiritual experience in psychiatric settings at this
conference. My own
intense interest follows my own radical experiences of more than 27 years ago.
My workshops included the opportunity for psychiatric survivors to express
their spiritual experience. I also presented information on alternative ways
of looking at anomalous experience and explored methods useful for working
with experiences and their after-effects. The heart of the seminars was the
support and the sharing. Workshop participants were graced with many deeply
inspirational and heartfelt stories. People appreciated the freedom and opportunity
to express their personal experience.
In psychiatry, there is a great taboo on expressing "religious ideation" or "ideas
of reference" (i.e. synchronicity). Sadly, in psychiaric contexts, experiences
which are full of meaning are very often totally denied and/or suppressed by
psychiatric drugs. Stories don't get expressed. Let us offer to people in psychospiritual
crisis possibilities of transformation, not pathological labeling.
In the future, THE SACRED TRANSFORMATIONS WEB SITE will have more
on alternatives to psychiatry. Right now we have many stories of
awakenings, spirituality and
transformation, and more is on the way. For more on Agile Al's work with the "WELLER
THAN WELL" database, visit SUCCESSFUL SCHIZOPHRENIA:
Bob Manrodt is the creator of SACRED TRANSFORMATIONS, a unique Web
site that tracks, shares and explores the growing number of spiritual
are presently taking place all over the planet. When not working on his site
or corresponding with people who are wrestling with issues dealing with spiritual
awakenings, Bob hosts a number of workshops and meetings dealing with spiritual
THE NEXT LEVEL OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT:
THE SYNERGISTIC HUMAN
By Al Siebert ("Agile Al")
This surge of interest in transformation is one of many signs that
the human race is breaking through to its next level of development.
Many years ago my studies of people who survive, overcome, and gain
strength from extremely difficult experiences led me to conclude
that I had accidentally
discovered a new kind of human emerging on the planet. I referred to such persons
as having a "survivor personality" even though they could just as
well be described as having "synergistic" or "serendipity" personalities.
In a 1983 article I estimated that about 1 person in 100 had this new nature
and predicted this would be the normal or typical human of the future.
When Bernie Siegel read my article (AHP NEWSLETTER, Aug-Sept, 1983)
he wrote to me saying I had described the exceptional cancer patients.
He said that
a few people with advanced stages of cancer defy their doctors' predictions
and get well. The survivors typically say they are thankful for the cancer,
it was a wake-up call, and they are better for having had it. He estimated
that about 1 cancer patient in 100 was this way. Now he and I agree that we
are seeing about 1 person in 10 this way, a sign that the transformation is
picking up speed.
A sign of the magnitude of the transformation is the way people have
responded to Jean Auel's historical novel "The Clan of the Cave Bear." The
main character, Ayla, is a Cro-Magnon girl separated from her family, almost
killed by a lion, and found by a Neanderthal clan. The clan restores Ayla to
health and adopts her. This happens in the first few pages. The rest of the
book shows what it feels like to have a Cro-Magnon brain when everyone is trying
to teach you how to be a good Neanderthal.
Ayla's story stirred thousands of people who feel out of place in
a world trying to teach them how to be good Cro-Magnons. The Cro-Magnon
urge to perceive people
as nouns and coerce people into "fitting in" is alien to the nature
of the new synergistic human.
Synergistic people are like children who never grow up. They have
a playful curiosity that leads to self-motivated, self-managed learning
in the school
of life. As the years go by they get better and better. They become increasingly
life competent or "life smart." Their amazing flexibility is derived
from paradoxical or counter-balanced personality traits. They read others well
because they are empathic and intuitive. Their interactions are creative and
useful. The best ones thrive in adverse situations because of their talent
The key to understanding people with synergistic personalities is
to see that their need to have things work well for themselves and
others is so strong,
they allow situations to influence the personality qualities they exhibit.
The best way to spot a synergistic person, thus, is not to study their personality
qualities, but rather to notice how things are working around them.
For me, this is the most exciting time in the entire history of the
human race to be alive and participating in the churn of our transformation
to the next
level of development. It is especially interesting to see that the transformation
is being accelerated by significant changes in the workplace.
Some corporations striving to be lean, learning and agile, have done
way with job descriptions. They no longer want obedient employees,
they want self-directed,
synergistic employees with professional attitudes and values. At the same time,
thousands of very capable people fed up with trying to work within Cro-Magnon
organizations have decided to never work for someone else again. The fastest
growing new form of employment is people starting home-based businesses. When
I speak to such groups it is like preaching to the choir. All of the successful
ones identify with my descriptions.
The main problem I encounter in trying to facilitate the emerging
new human is bumping into people who try to filter the new human
through Cro-Magnon thinking.
(Examples: What is your data? How can we train people to have survivor personalities?
What test can we use to separate "survivors" from "losers"?)
I would like to hear from others who have the same interest and have
encountered the same communication challenges.
A short version of Al Siebert's description of the survivor personality
can be found in Chapter Eight of "Love, Medicine, & Miracles" by
Bernie Siegel. A revision of Al's book, "The Survivor Personality," with
a Foreword by Bernie Siegel, will be published by PERIGEE BOOKS, a Putnam/Berkley
imprint, in September (ISBN: 0-399-52230-1). A complete paper on the new synergistic
human is at Al's THRIVEnet Web site: http://www.thrivenet.com. He can also
be reached via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
UNDERSTANDING DREAMS OF THE "END DAYS"
By Gillian Holloway
As a dream analyst I hear dozens if not hundreds of dreams each week.
During a recent series of interviews across the United States I was
listeners from vastly different locales and backgrounds phoned in about dreams
of "the end of the world." Most callers worried these dreams might
foreshadow actual events, requesting help in trying to determine what such
imagery might represent. Could the burning cities, tidal waves, earthquakes
and floods in their dreams be our inevitable fate?
Possibly. However dreams are powerfully influenced by the time and
culture and in which the dreamer lives. The ideologies, fears, and
surround us bombard our psyches and are woven into the settings of our dreams.
Since most images of death in dreams symbolically represent change, visions
of planetary doom may also represent planetary change, rather than the end
of all life.
While accepting the possibility of precognition, I believe the most
productive way to approach any dream is to begin by looking for personal
material. In working with the "end days" dreams of clients and students
a few commonalties have emerged that may help you in understanding similar
dreams of your own. In a fascinating, poetic manner, the type of disaster in
the dream appears to reflect a type of transition, pain or fear the dreamer
is moving through on a personal level.
1. Earthquakes are frequently associated with a deeply felt, frightening
change in a primary relationship or the foundation of one's life.
2. Tidal waves often appear in the dreams of someone going through
an unwanted or uncontrollable change that evokes strong, overwhelming
3. Burning or ruined cities sometimes symbolize a destructive relationship
or social connection that has become disastrous.
4. Floods commonly pertain to sudden uncontrollable feelings of sadness
and grief associated with a recent experience that is often linked
to an old wound.
5. Changed continents often reflect a powerful change in the perceptions
and focus of the dreamer. The land above water represents conscious
what is submerged represents unconscious material. During personal transitions,
what we are conscious of and care about appears to shift as if we become attuned
to a different bandwidth of experience.
6. Dreams of "guidance" in which a voice informs the dreamer
of a time-line for the end, tend to be related to an upcoming change
in the dreamer's
life. Numerous clients have lived through their appointed dates for global
change and discovered a personal shift of enormous impact effected them at
In working with an apocalyptic dream, consider what symbolism may
be involved reflecting personal changes, fear and transition, often
of an uncontrollable
irreversible nature. If you still have the intuition that the dream may be
a glimpse of a possible global future, then honor your belief with appropriate
prayer, preparation and action. During times such as these, we must all remain
open to guidance while practicing rigorous scrutiny, common sense and discernment.
Gillian Holloway, Ph.D., is a Dream Analyst with a marvelous site
on the World Wide Web dedicated to dreams and dreamwork. Called, "LIFETREKS: DREAM
INTERPRETATION SERVICES & RESOURCES," Gillian's site is full of valuable
information, insights and resources concerning dreams. Along with creating
and maintaining a Web site, Gillian is also a dream author, lecturer and counselor.
If you have any interesting dreams you would like to share, Gillian's site
also has a section dedicated to the "Dream of the Month."
By James Gregory
Most of us believe in angels -- and why not? They are beautiful,
comforting, and sometimes intervene in our lives at times of need.
There is no down side
to angels, no risk, and a belief in angels does not diminish our appreciation
of God -- after all, angels are God's gift to us. Some people know angels as
cherubs, archangels, spirits, heavenly warriors, celestial messengers, or by
their signs: a smell of roses or lilac, an odor of sanctity, a bright light.
The Bible is full of stories of angels:
-- An angel stayed Abraham's hand as he was about to offer his son
Isaac as a sacrifice.
-- The angel of death passed over all the Israelites in Egypt and
slew every firstborn across the land of the Pharaoh.
-- An angel appeared to Mary and asked her if she would be the mother
of the messiah.
-- Angels appeared to Joseph on numerous occasions instructing him
to marry Mary even though she was pregnant, to flee to Egypt from
Herod's tyranny, and
later to return when it was safe.
I have a favourite image from my time as a Catholic grade school
student of a poster on the classroom wall of a young boy peering
over the edge of a steep
cliff. Behind him, with a firm grip on the back of the boy's pants, was a smiling
guardian angel in all his glory. I like the thought that we all have guardian
angels, someone to watch over us without judging. The only time my guardian
angel makes me feel uncomfortable is when I am doing something that I would
rather not be seen by anyone, such as... , well, you know what I mean -- we
all have a private side that we prefer stays in the dark.
While I was walking down the street the other day, I picked up a
bit of blowing paper and put it in a nearby garbage can. I didn't
think much of it at the
time, but later, at the end of a hard day, I realized that it may have been
the most significant thing I did that day. What made the act important was
the fact that I did not have to do it, I was not recognized for it, and by
the action of picking up some litter, I left the world a little better than
I found it.
I share this story, because I also realized that we could all be "angels" on
earth. Have you ever done anything nice for anyone else without their ever
finding out about it? That's how angels operate -- always in the background,
never wanting anything for themselves. Try it sometime. Being an angel can
take a myriad forms. How about leaving an anonymous card or flowers for someone
you care about, just because? Strolling down the street, you could put a coin
in an expired meter, especially if the car had a baby seat in it. It is so
easy for a harried parent to lose track of such things as the time left on
a parking meter and, "God knows, a parking ticket is the last thing we
need with all the extra baby expenses!" Other possibilities are a donation
to a worthy charity, doing chores that aren't yours, leaving a little surprise
where you know someone will discover it, picking up garbage while you are out
for a stroll. You have heard the expression: "Random acts of kindness
and senseless acts of beauty" -- such are the trademarks of angels. Angels
have no thought for themselves. Visit a sick friend in the hospital, make a
meal for a family in distress, spend time with an old person who is lonely.
Being an angel normally costs more in time and thoughtfulness than
money. One exception is tithing money. Spiritual law tells us that
10% of our gross income
is God's money and should be given away without strings to do God's work. There
are endless things angels can do with tithing money including leaving an anonymous
envelope full of money for someone in financial distress, giving more than
loose change to a beggar on the street, investing in a project that stands
to do much good if successful.
So be an angel and through countless, anonymous acts of kindness
make a positive difference. The world will be a better place for
your being here. What more,
after all, is there to life?
James Gregory is the Editor-in-Chief of the NHNE News Brief. He is
also a geologist, budding mountain climber, hiker, explorer and lover
of caves. Slowly but surely,
James is blanketing the rugged terrain of Sedona with his footprints.
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