Wind & Wings
Friday, August 9, 1996
© Copyright 1996 by NewHeavenNewEarth
of the extraordinary times in which we live."
Love & Relationships
THE MAIN VEHICLE OF PERSONAL
& PLANETARY TRANSFORMATION
Quotes from the book, "Only Love is Real"
By Brian L. Weiss
A HOLY INSTANT
Introduction by Robert Perry & David Sunfellow
A True Story by John Hutkin
RECIPE FOR RELATIONSHIPS IN THE 21ST CENTURY:
INGREDIENT #2: ACCEPTANCE
Linda O'Keefe & Lance Botthof
DESTRUCTIVE INTERACTIONS IN RELATIONSHIPS
LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS
"I have never interviewed anyone who had a near-death experience who told
me that they came back to make more money or to spend more time at their
jobs away from their families... Instead, they become convinced that they need
be more loving and kind... They seem to know that the love they create while
living will be reflected and radiated back to them when they die."
---Melvin Morse, M.D., from his book, "Parting Visions"
"Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not love,
I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. And though I have the
gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though
faith so that I could remove mountains, and have not love, I am nothing.
And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body
burned, and have not love, it profiteth me nothing.... Love never faileth:
But whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they
shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away."
---Paul: 1st Corinthians, Chapter 13
THE MAIN VEHICLE OF PERSONAL HEALING
& PLANETARY TRANSFORMATION
By David Sunfellow
So, you're looking to change the world -- or, on a less global scale, maybe
just find a little personal happiness. Many people today believe the best
way to change
the planet -- and yourself -- is to promote global disarmament and peace
initiatives, clean up the environment, champion alternative energy, advocate
save endangered plants and animals, protect the rainforests, open shelters
for the homeless, start spiritual centers and communities, change your diet,
more exercise, simplify your lifestyle, say more prayers, use more affirmations,
spend more time meditating, experiment with a few more crystals, pyramids
and subliminal tapes, master the laws of manifestation, get beamed up by
Ah, so many choices, so little time, and they all sound so darn good.
Which one are we going to chose?
Today, more than ever, there seem to be all kinds of causes, philosophies
and products vying for our time, money and attention. Many, if
not all, claim that
they can solve all of our personal and global problems if we give them the
nod. But will they? Can they?
My search has led me to three sobering conclusions: 1. All of our
personal and collective problems arise out of problems within us;
2. Because all of our personal
and collective problems arise out of problems within us, the only truly effective
way to clean up our outer problems is to clean up the inner problems that
are producing them; 3. The best way to identify, and clean up,
our inner problems
is in relationship with other human beings.
Many people -- and many spiritual paths -- agree with the first two
conclusions. But number 3... well, most human beings still seem
to be a little fuzzy on this
one. Won't time in a cave, or selfless service to the world, or making a
few adjustments to our thought process do the trick? Why do we need
beings to clean up our act? Human beings are, after all, sooooo
difficult to get along
As one Pathwork Lecture put it:
"...it is only in relationship to others that unresolved problems still
existing within the individual psyche are affected and activated. Many individuals
withdraw from interaction with others, so they can maintain the illusion that
the problems arise from the other person because one feels disturbance only in
his or her presence, and not when by oneself... But contact makes it difficult
to maintain the illusion for any length of time that the inner self is faultless
and harmonious... This is why relationships are simultaneously a fulfillment,
a challenge, and a gauge to one's inner state. The friction that arises out of
relating with others can be a sharp instrument of purification and self-recognition
if one is inclined to use it." (Chapter 4: The Spiritual Significance
of Relationship, Pg.44-45)
Using our relationships with one another to identify and overcome
our weaknesses is, however, only one part of the reason why relationships
are so important.
The other part is fulfillment, joy, happiness. And while some would argue
that we can reach great heights of inner joy and peace without other
this does not appear to be the case -- at least for long. We are not created
as solitary beings and cannot attain lasting peace and happiness on our own;
our personal and collective happiness does not depend upon isolating ourselves
from the rest of life but, instead, on learning to join with it.
Love and the importance of relationship has, of course, long been
championed by humanity's greatest spokespeople. Jesus thought learning
to love was so important,
that love was practically all he talked about -- and demonstrated. Even Buddha,
who is so often depicted in a meditative pose, placed "loving kindness" above
meditation, religious experiences and nirvana. Granted, it has taken the rest
of us a few thousand years to catch on, but, finally, a growing number of us
seem to be "getting it." Before long, I think this new understanding
is going to reach some kind of critical mass. As more and more of us begin
to understand how important our relationships with one another are, we'll
another the centerpieces of our lives: we'll learn to connect deeply, be
patient and forgiving, really listen, accept responsibility for our own failings
of blaming each other for them), and, slowly but surely, be drawn into rapturous
unions that reach ever-new heights of joy.
A growing number of counselors, teachers, human potential advocates
and popular authors also believe relationships are incredibly powerful
tools for personal
and collective transformation. One of these contemporary forerunners is best-selling
author Brian L. Weiss. Weiss, a well-known and widely-respected doctor and
psychologist, sent shock waves through the professional world when
he began healing his clients
of illnesses that resisted all forms of conventional treatment by regressing
them to past lives where the illness apparently originated. Weiss' newest
Love Is Real," goes even further. It veers off into the world of soulmates,
and soulmate reunions which, according to Weiss, has even more potential
for healing -- and, not surprisingly, seems to be a theme that is emerging
When we really stop and think about it, there is probably nothing
more basic to human nature than the desire to be loved -- and to
give love -- even though
we frequently forget, overlook, ignore and suppress this deep inner longing.
If we are honest, don't we all long to be wrapped in the arms of someone
we feel we can connect with on every level of our being? Can you
the power that
would be unleashed if thousands, perhaps millions of human beings were in
love with one another, deeply joined with others that loved them
and unconditionally? I can't think of any better trigger mechanism
for a collective
leap in consciousness, nor do I think there is any quicker, surer way for
us to find the personal and global peace and happiness we all seek.
This is one reason why NHNE in general, and WIND & WINGS in particular,
spends so much time exploring relationships: we think learning
how to love one another
is where the real hope for personal and planetary transformation lies...
Quotes from the book, "Only Love is Real"
By Brian L. Weiss, M.D.
Destiny dictates the meeting of soulmates. We WILL meet them. But
what we decide to do after that meeting falls in the providence
of choice or free will. A wrong
choice or a missed chance can lead to incredible loneliness and suffering.
A right choice, an opportunity realized, can bring us to profound
bliss and happiness.
There is someone special for everyone. Often there are two or three
or even four. They come from different generations. They travel
across oceans of time and the
depths of heavenly dimensions to be with you again. They come from the other
side, from heaven. They look different, but your heart knows them. Your heart
has held them in arms like yours in the moon-filled deserts of Egypt and
the ancient plains of Mongolia. You have ridden together in the
armies of forgotten
warrior-generals, and you have lived together in the sand-covered caves of
the Ancient Ones. You are bonded together throughout eternity,
and you will never
Your head may interfere: "I do not know you." Your heart
He takes your hand for the first time, and the memory of his touch
transcends time and sends a jolt through every atom of your being.
She looks into your eyes,
and you see a soul companion across centuries. Your stomach turns upside
down. Your arms are gooseflesh. Everything outside this moment
loses its importance.
He may not recognize you, even though you have finally met again,
even though you know him. You can feel the bond. You can see the
potential, the future. But
he does not. His fears, his intellect, his problems keep a veil over his
heart's eyes. He does not let you help him sweep the veil aside.
You mourn and grieve,
and he moves on. Destiny can be so delicate.
When both recognize each other, no volcano could erupt with more
passion. The energy released is tremendous.
Soul recognition may be immediate. A sudden feeling of familiarity,
of knowing this new person at depths far beyond what the conscious
mind could know. At depths
usually reserved for the most intimate family members. Or even deeper than
that. Intuitively knowing what to say, how they will react. A feeling
of safety and
a trust far greater than could be earned in only one day or one week or one
Soul recognition may be subtle and slow. A dawning of awareness
as the veil is gently lifted. Not everyone is ready to see right
There is a timing at
work, and patience may be necessary for the one who sees first.
You may be awakened to the presence of your soul companion by a look,
a dream, a memory, a feeling. You may be awakened by the touch
of his hands or the kiss
of her lips, and your soul is jolted back to life.
The touch that awakens may be that of your child, of a parent, of
a sibling, or of a true friend. Or it may be your beloved, reaching
across centuries, to
kiss you once again and to remind you that you are together always, to the
end of time.
The following article originally appeared in NHNE News Brief 2
(Friday, November 18, 1994).
By Robert Perry & David Sunfellow
For millennia people have pursued the mystical experience, the
timeless/spaceless/imageless experience of union with God. The
experience that follows is a different kind
of mystical experience. It is an example of what A COURSE IN MIRACLES calls
A COURSE IN MIRACLES is a modern spiritual teaching that emphasizes
that we awaken from the dream of time and space primarily through
releasing our judgmental view
of other people. In the classical mystical experience, our union with God
is usually a solitary one, often the result of intensely personal
prayer and meditation.
THE COURSE, on the other hand, emphasizes a holy instant with an interpersonal
focus. This kind of holy instant begins with our forgiveness of another human
being and then leads to an experience of uniting with our brothers, sisters
What follows is a riveting account of the kind of holy instant
THE COURSE describes. We believe John Hutkin's experience is especially
important in two ways: First,
it offers us a glimpse of a new kind of mystical experience that is based
interpersonal relationships and; Second, we believe John's experience may
be a foreshadowing of what we, as a race, are presently evolving
A HOLY INSTANT
By John Hutkin
Many times as a COURSE student I have asked that I might forgive
this person or situation and see it with vision. But I know somewhere
in the back of my mind
was my desire to have the situation changed to something more acceptable
to me, as well as a desire to hold onto my concept of right and wrong.
One time I did ask to forgive with no strings attached -- it seemed
like a very
minor forgiveness -- and I received a "holy instant," which goes
to show that the COURSE asks very little and gives so much in return. As
back, the single key that opens all the doors is that when we ask to forgive,
we must truly turn it over to the Holy Spirit without any other consideration
of how it should be.
I had attended a COURSE IN MIRACLES class on Tuesday evenings for
over four years. The leader and host of the group, Sally, always
20-30 minute meditation
at the beginning, before we read from the COURSE. I always had a problem
with these meditations, for I felt that 90% of them had nothing to
do with the COURSE
and in many cases were embedded in what the COURSE calls "magic." I
saw them for the most part as her ego trip, and as a result would really
I remember coming into class one night. It was right before the meditation
was to start. I said to myself just before I came in the door,
'I am not going to
judge Sally today. I'm just going to do my [COURSE Workbook] lesson.' I don't
even remember what the lesson was. I do remember very vividly that I was
perfectly clear in my decision not to judge Sally. Looking back,
I see there have been
many other times when I've said I'm not going to do this or that, but I don't
remember ever being as clear about it as I was this time. It just seemed
that that's what I really wanted to do. I was absolute in my intention
at that moment.
It didn't feel weighty, like I had to do it or had been forced into it. It
was a decision that came from within.
When I sat down on the floor the lights were very low. I think
there were at least six people in this room, besides myself. Sally
I closed my eyes and repeated in my mind that I was not going to judge Sally.
And I started doing the lesson. I wasn't expecting anything to occur, except
that I might feel better if I weren't judging Sally today.
Almost immediately after closing my eyes I saw Sally -- the Real
Sally. And I was seeing her with the Real John (that's me). Neither
us were in the
bodies that we normally would recognize. She was not in the body that I'm
used to seeing her in, but I absolutely knew it was her, there was
no doubt about
it. The description that comes to me now is that she was an energy form that
I knew to be her. At that moment I recognized I was seeing a high, pure part
of Sally, I could say the Christ Self now, but I'm not sure I really thought
any of those things at the time. And my sense of myself was different. I
did not feel that I was in my body, but I was very conscious of my
more conscious than I am while in a body. It was me in a "purified," "Higher
Self" version. It's interesting, I was thinking these things about Sally
and myself simultaneously. I didn't really make a differentiation or comparison
between us. What I recognized in her I also recognized in myself simultaneously.
The thing that struck me right away is that I felt more love/joy
in being in Sally's presence than I have ever felt before. There
other concept in
my mind except love/joy/ecstasy in being in her presence. It was an experience
of pure, absolute bliss in coming into contact with someone. And I know that
she felt the same about me. There were no words spoken. All of this was just
clear. I felt a love, a sense of love, that surpassed any concept of love
that I have experienced on a conscious level. I have been in love;
I've had many
male/female relationships, and in looking back it was no comparison,
because it was so much
greater than anything that I had ever experienced. And I said, "This
Not only did I meet Sally in this way, but I then started to meet
another person that was present in the room in the same way. Again
recognizing their individuality,
but at the same time recognizing the same level of love that I had with Sally;
still distinguishing individuality, but the love was the same, of the same
magnitude. That didn't change, it didn't go up, it didn't go down,
it just was the same.
And this happened with each person that was present in the room.
At this point when I was meeting everyone in the room, I felt God.
And my sense was that He was smiling on me. I say on me, because
it felt like the sun when
you're basking in it, when it is not too hot and just warm enough to have
this wonderful warm feeling all around you. I felt I was basking
in this smile.
And I just was aware that it was God. It was not like the normal
description of God,
there was no physical aspect. It was more spherical and smiling.
This whole process was happening without any sense of time in it.
It truly was timeless, eternal; there was no sequence or concept
of time passing. But the
weird thing that started happening immediately in meeting Sally and then
the other individuals is that I was giving everything that was in
me to them and
I was receiving everything from them, simultaneously. There was nothing being
held back. I was fully giving of myself, which I can never remember doing.
I'm always feeling a sense of some holding back or some consciousness
of myself and
what would be appropriate or inappropriate to give. Everything at that moment
was absolutely given, freely without any thought of what it was. There was
no need to give it, just the absolute joy in doing it. It was just
but there was no need. And there was no reason to withhold anything. The
only thing was to give it. And I was receiving. I was totally aware
that I was receiving
totally their consciousness. And it was happening simultaneously. I don't
know how I can explain that, other than saying that my thoughts were
given and their
thoughts were received at the same moment, without having to discuss them
or interact or in any way comprehend. It was just happening. And
again, it was
And as we were getting closer and closer in space (if there was
any space between us -- I guess I did have some sense of space),
like a heart beating, where
every beat was totally received and given at the same time. And when the
whole gap between space closed we were as one and intermingling.
Again there weren't
physical bodies, but we were intertwined; we came together and moved through
each other. And that I would have to say was a combination of laughter and
orgasm, but of a much more intense level. I say orgasmic, but it
was different. It's
not something I really can describe. I'm just using the word to try and capture
some sense of it. We were laughing hysterically, laughing in pure ecstasy,
like when you're out of control laughing. You're not thinking or
judging your own
laughter, you're just laughing. That was going on as part of a totally relaxed
course of events. And we were very appreciative of each other. There was
a definite honoring of each other, an appreciation of coming into
but not a solemn
one. It was just full of laughter and joy.
At this point, because I had this experience with these people, I
myself, "Where is everyone else?" And in that thought I was aware that
everyone else that I knew on this conscious level (or that I thought I knew)
was present. But not only that, everyone was present, and I don't know how I
knew that, but I just knew. If you had asked me is everyone in the world there,
I would have said "yes." Was everyone that was ever in the world there?
I would say "yes." Was there more than everyone in the world past or
future there? And I would say "yes." I felt like I was in the middle
and this expanded out farther than I could see. But I was perfectly aware that
everyone was there. And then I remember asking, "Could I ever be alone?" And
in that moment I was totally alone. Then I asked about traveling. "Could
I be anywhere?" In that moment I was traveling through something. I
don't know if they were planets or stars or something, but it seemed that
I was crashing
into things. And I had this interesting sense that I was absolutely safe.
It dawned on me that you couldn't be harmed, because I wasn't. I felt my
crashing into things and there was no consequence. I felt absolute safety.
And I was realizing that everything was happening in a thought. I could be
with anyone, doing anything, in a thought.
Meanwhile, Sally's meditation had been going on. I had never even
heard any of the words. But at some point very near the end of
the meditation something was
said that I started to hear. At that moment I felt that now we were all at
the same level, that the consciousness of Sally's meditation had
joined me where
I was. And then I remember hearing the words that were coming out of the
meditation, something about seeing water -- however those meditations
end. And I started
to feel my being being scrunched back into my body, which I had been completely
unaware of during this entire episode. I had no sense of my body. I don't
remember feeling any sensations one way or the other. I didn't even
notice it. It just
wasn't there. But all of a sudden I noticed it. And it felt like I was bringing
my consciousness back in and was stuffing myself back into my body. And that
was how it ended.
(John Hutkin is a COURSE student from St. Louis.)
RECIPE FOR RELATIONSHIPS IN THE 21ST CENTURY:
INGREDIENT #2: ACCEPTANCE
By Linda O'Keefe & Lance Botthof
If we've heard it once, we've heard it a thousand times, "Why can't I be
accepted just for who I am?" We all hope to feel safe in our relationships
and not be judged by our partner(s), friends, family, etc. It's been said that
of all the fears that people face, non-acceptance by others ranks number one.
Yet we know that "self" acceptance is the foundation of true peace.
Why, then, is it so difficult to achieve? Maybe it has to do with our limited
definition of acceptance.
Acceptance is a process that begins with acknowledging the fact that
we are all affected by the corruption of the world we live in.
We were fed judgment and
limitation, weaned on co-dependence and schooled in self-hatred. We were
not raised to know and love ourselves, quite the opposite. So our
before us as an uncertain discovery of who we really are, both
spiritually and emotionally.
We can do our best to avoid the destructive presence of fear and pain that
abides in us, or we can view our relationships and our external
world as institutions
of higher learning that can teach us about the wholeness of ourselves. Initial
acceptance must be of the fact that we do not know ourselves and that our
lives are a quest for that knowledge. With this in mind, let's talk
about what happens
when we do not accept this fact.
Most of us learn at an early age to judge and deny those parts of
ourselves that we've been told are unacceptable. Over the years
we learn to project
these "unacceptable" aspects
of ourselves onto others, and then fine-tune this skill to the point that
we don't realize we're doing it anymore. Judgment of others is
turned outwards. Once we realize this, we can see that the judgment we feel
from others is really their self-judgment projected outward. This
knowledge is not
as valuable if used to gain complete detachment from the judgment of others.
Instead, we can use those judgments that trigger us emotionally to gain understanding
of where we are not accepting of ourselves. This is the true work of intimate
relationships--the continuing challenge to see our own stuck points.
Those of us working toward higher consciousness may also protect
self-judgment through a pattern of "over-understanding" others.
In our quest to be unconditional lovers, we miss expressing our own hurts
we rationalize others' behavior. Understanding why people act as they do
is helpful, but it can also serve to keep us out of our own real hurts, angers
or fears that
lay dormant underneath. Intimacy requires that we share our hurts with each
other so that we can learn from them. This is the way we work through to
side of our emotional stuck points, to acknowledge and release them. It takes
a lot of courage to remain open enough to accept those parts of ourselves
that are hard to look at.
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 and spiritual
growth intensive held in Sedona, Arizona. Linda and Lance can be reached
at the following:
Options For Growth
P.O. Box 65145
Tucson, Arizona 85728-5145
DESTRUCTIVE INTERACTIONS IN RELATIONSHIPS
By Dottie Titus
"To explore the underlying interaction and the various effects of a relationship
where both people's difficulties are laid bare and accepted is by no means easy.
But nothing can be more beautiful and rewarding. Anyone who comes into the state
of enlightenment where this is possible will no longer fear any kind of interaction.
Difficulties and fears arise to the exact degree that you still project on others
your own problems in relating and still render others responsible for anything
that goes against your liking. This can take many subtle forms. You may constantly
concentrate on the faults of others, because at first glance such concentration
appears justified to you. You may subtly overemphasize one side of an interaction,
or exclude another. Such distortions indicate projection and denial of self-responsibility
for the difficulties in relating. This denial fosters dependency on the perfection
of the other party, which in turn creates fear and hostility for feeling let
down when the other does not measure up to the perfect standard." (Pathwork
Lecture #180, "The Spiritual Significance of Relationships")
In Pathwork Lecture #180, the Guide tells us that relationships have
great spiritual significance. They are the arena where our deepest
fears and longings arise.
They are where we can achieve the greatest learning and healing. All that
is required is total honesty and self-responsibility. Most of us
have to work
pretty hard to get to that place. When we see a fault in ourselves,
we want to hide
it from our partner or mate, afraid that they will think less of us. Thus
we begin to try to present an "ideal" face to our partner. We believe
that if we are good enough, then we will earn love from him/her. Instead, we
begin a deadly spiral that ultimately leads to disillusionment and unhappiness.
First, our partner knows we are not perfect, so pretending to be brings dishonesty
into the relationship. In order to protect our idealized self-image of perfection,
we must blame our partner for anything that is wrong in the relationship. This
begins the projection the Guide talks about. As we lay the blame at our partner's
door, we make them feel unworthy. To fight against this, they project blame back
at us. And so we get locked into a destructive pattern of trying to prove how "bad" the
other person is rather than acknowledge our own faults.
The way out is honesty and self-responsibility. It takes courage
to say, "I
am angry and I want to hurt you." But that is much more healthy than saying "You
are such a jerk! You're worthless!" One of the keys to making the change
to self-responsibility is to drop the "you" statements ("You are
a bitch!" "You make me crazy!") and begin using "I" statements
("I am angry." "When you said that, I felt hurt.").
Here's an example of how this worked for me this week: I am currently
scheduled to teach in our Pathwork Program this fall with a senior
teacher (let's call
him Joe for now). Joe and I seemed to have one fight after another in the
office this week. He kept making exaggerated statements that were
and I kept reacting. We were stuck in this pattern. Finally, I
begin to look at what
my contribution to the situation was. I felt hurt by several things he had
said, but I wasn't clear on why I was reacting so strongly. Finally,
I began to realize
that I was terrified about this first teaching job. As I looked deeper, I
realized that part of my fear is that I will just sit back and let
him do all the teaching.
My longing is to be a partner with him, to work as an equal, offering what
I can to go with his more experienced offering. But my fear could
paralyze me into
being very passive. To fight against my fear, I felt a strong need to establish
my right to be his equal. And I was doing this by fighting with him. I was
trying to prove to myself that I would not collapse in the teaching
situation by not "collapsing" in
The lesson here, based on what the Guide says, is that as long as
I concentrated on what he was doing (which had an element of lower
in it), we were both
stuck. I was hooked into arguing, and he, for whatever reasons of his own,
was arguing back. It wasn't until I could get myself unhooked and
look at my own
faults and contributions that things began to get better. Once I understood
why I was acting as I was, I could go to him and tell him how scared
I was at the
idea of teaching with him and admit that the reason I kept arguing with him
was because I was afraid I would just take a backseat and let him
do all the teaching
in the fall. I was giving in to a desire to "stand up" to him,
to prove that I would be a worthy partner in our teaching venture. Once I
to him, all tension between us ended, and we were able to connect at a much
deeper and real level.
So, when you are hooked into an argument, regardless of how wrong
the other person might be, see if you can unhook by looking at
what you are doing and trying to
see why. It's amazing how healing this can be.
Dottie Titus is a Pathwork Counselor with the Sevenoaks Pathwork
Center in Virginia. Dottie has completed the five-year Pathwork
Transformation Program and the four-year
Pathwork Helper training program at Sevenoaks. She also facilitates the NHNE
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lectures, an NHNE Special Report on the subject is available in
the database section of
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