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February 11, 2017

Go the Distance

Looking back on my life, I recently realized that something fundamental had changed since passing into the new Creation on December 17, 2016. I am not at all the same person and the world around me is not the same, either — or at least my perception of it has fundamentally changed, even if it seems to same to those I can observe operating in it. I am definitely “in the world but not of it” anymore.

In anticipating this shift from one Creation to the next, the Hosts had said:

“The “set” will close down and be replaced by another. This means that all of the parallel realities that you have been exploring will terminate and be replaced by a new insertion point into a whole other “set” of possibilities.

There is always a single “seed” point that marks the beginning of some process.” (from “The Merging of Realities”)

beginning steps

There is always a single “seed” point that marks the beginning of some process.

I think this is why I felt alone on the stage the day after the shift to the new Creation had taken place. I was experiencing myself as that “seed point” at the beginning of the process that continues to unfurl even now. The Hosts also had something to say about the process itself and how it will differ from one individual to another (my emphasis):

“We cannot speak in detail of your individual paths or experiences, because you are all unique and your explorations and preferences will be unique. We can only speak in general terms, as you will only discover the exact nature of your life as you live it. That will still be true at all levels of reality, as even the Creator likes to be surprised. That is why the Creator plays hide-and-seek with Itself through Its many forms. There is always a mystery unfolding, and one never reaches the end.

… Each point in the Creation is like a “seed” in a fractal. It becomes a site through which the Creator can unfold itself endlessly, creating new branches as it grows. You are each one of those seed-points, and you are each a co-creator with the Creator, directly unfolding a particular exploration of reality from within you. … In the end, you must experience it before you will “know” it, but we share these pictures with you now to give you a vision of “things to come” that you can hold in your hearts and minds and that will sustain you through the years of transition that lie directly ahead.

You are being lifted out of your mundane experience by your ability to respond to the incoming frequencies of light. You built yourself to be able to do this at the appointed time. It is encoded in your cells, in your cellular memory. That is why you cannot “earn” your way onto Terra.

unfolding journey

Life is a constantly unfolding journey, and that will not change when you get to Terra.

 … Life is a constantly unfolding journey, and that will not change when you get to Terra. You will continue to explore your own unique expression, but in conscious harmony with the whole. Your own creative impulses and curiosity will spur you on. You will neither be “bored to death” or numbed by perfection. Rather, you will finally be totally free to create, and what you create will be your own branch of the Creation.” (from “A Guided Tour of Terra”)

Looking back on how I have been in the past, I noticed that I always had “one foot out the door,” as if poised to leave at any given moment. I never really put roots down anywhere, even though I lived many years in a given location. It was if I was always waiting for something to show up. I lived this way for as long as I can remember, but that, too, came to an end when I entered the new Creation. I no longer feel I am waiting for anything in particular to show up, and indeed I no longer feel I am waiting for anything at all. Instead, I am experiencing being in a spaciousness of some kind, with plenty of room for me to explore within it. As I described it in the previous post, it has a milky, color-that-is-not-a-color that is almost blue, but seen as though through a mist.

Both of us have been having heavy clearings during the past week and more, and we both feel like there is a pronounced acceleration taking place behind the scenes. I have been hearing the music from Moana in my head, and it was so dominant, I asked why it was there. I was told that is was acting as a “screen” experience, so I would focus on that, instead of what was going on behind the scenes. The music always lifts my spirits, but I confess I had a fleeting curiosity about what was going on behind the scenes, and then I let it go.

Today, I became aware that something wonderful is coming. Although I don’t know what it is or when it will become known for what it is, I also sense that there is a long journey ahead and instead of expecting to leave at any moment, I now find myself willing to and expecting to “go the distance,” hence the name of this article. I do not find myself waiting for some event or a particular signal anymore. I am fully engaged with the journey AS a journey, the process AS a process. I know others have already been living this way, but for me, this is quite new.

There is another feature to this new experience that surprises me when it happens. I become very frustrated and annoyed to the point of wanting to seize control when I encounter the typical 3D malfunctions.

For example, I sent off our tax returns via Priority Mail so I could track their progress and see when they were delivered. The state tax return was delivered just fine and on time. The federal return got to the destination ZIP code and then disappeared into an indefinite “delivery delayed” status that still hasn’t been resolved, more than a week after it was supposed to be delivered.

When I realized that there was a lot of sensitive information inside that envelope (which could help someone commit identity theft), I became frustrated and anxious to find out what had happened to it, so I spent over an hour on the phone, waiting to talk to someone about the missing package (who then filed a report about it) and while I was waiting, I filed an online “missing mail” complaint.

No one could tell me what happened to it, despite checking in several ways, other than “this happens a lot” because seasonal workers are hired to handle the returns for only part of the year and they aren’t always either reliable or well-trained. Finally, one woman from the post office in that city actually called me the next day to reassure me that the package had indeed been picked up. The tracking still shows it as being in limbo, but when she told me that it HAD been picked up, I relaxed and went on with my life in my usual calm state.

Most of the time, I practice a lot of “bluejay medicine,” and magical things happen as a result of being flexible instead of operating out of habit. Life takes on a magical quality that makes it easier to “go with the flow” and enjoy life as it naturally occurs. I have downloaded lots of tutorials to teach me the skills I want to learn and am looking forward to opening myself to new understandings and a growing feeling of competency as a result. I am just finishing up an edit on a book about the coming “internet of cars” that will be part of the elites’ intended new paradigm, and two of my other clients have just told me they will have two other books for me to work on this coming week and the one after that, so life has suddenly become full and busy with mundane things that still manage to bring me pleasure and enjoyment, not to mention income to help pay the bills.

However, I find that I am able to do all of these things without actually re-engaging with 3D if I am careful to not push and I monitor my energy levels, as well as structure my time as needed. I feel like I am floating much of the time, and yet am becoming skilled at operating within that state. It feels like there is much more coming, but this ability to remain flexible and fully present is central to being able to operate both efficiently and without strain or stress. I am finally sleeping better, too. Being at peace with the journey AS a journey makes it easier to trust things to unfold naturally.

vastness

The idea of setting goals seems foreign, now.

The idea of setting goals seems foreign, now. Instead, what I do is consciously open myself to the journey, maintain a certain healthy curiosity toward whatever may show up next, and be true to myself at every step of the way. There is so little left in 3D that calls me, and yet life is quite enjoyable just as it is, so I feel settled in my seat, ready and willing to “go the distance,” and see what it brings as it shows up, day after day, week after week.

I couldn’t relate to Christmas last year and I can’t relate to any of the holidays anymore. Valentine’s Day is next week, and I can’t relate to that, either. Instead, every day has its gifts and I am both grateful and open to receive whatever is mine to receive. I am still able to operate here and will do so for as long as that is necessary, but I also know that I am being re-created in situ, that I am becoming something different, right where I am. Going the distance doesn’t mean getting to Midway. It means following the path of my life, all the way to Terra and beyond, and there is nothing that can prevent that from happening. It is written and so it shall be.

Love,
Oriole
traveler@anunorthodoxview.com

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16 Comments on “Go the Distance

Robert
February 11, 2017 at 8:01 PM

Than you for sharing this with us,Oriole. I am eager to see where my own path takes me in this new reality.

Robert

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paul joseph
February 12, 2017 at 3:59 PM

Oriole thank you for your latest post and update on your current state.

Love, peace and happiness.

paul joseph

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Kaleen
February 13, 2017 at 3:10 PM

thank you Oriole…I find myself floating along, not setting goals and looking forward to a positive future. I have taken to meditation, something I rarely did before (not sure why I resisted the urge to do that) but now that I am enjoying the experience, I am also finding sources on the internet and in my own mind that let me know how much I/we are changing.

Still looking forward to meeting my Family sometime/somewhere!

Love, Kaleen

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Traveler
February 14, 2017 at 1:25 PM

Kaleen,

I felt a little pinch when I read your last sentence. There was a wistfulness and a subtle sense of loss that came with it. I have found that “letting go of everything” also means letting go of being where I long to be and with those I long to be with. It doesn’t mean that I won’t welcome it when it happens. It just means that — as Joyce pointed out as the theme in the movie, Passengers — I somehow have to love the life I HAVE. I KNOW that we will all be together again, but somehow I also know that — by the time that actually occurs — it will be the natural next step after the step we just took, and it will probably not be anything like we imagined it would be like.

I am discovering that in my relationship with Boris/Adir/Galen. It’s getting better and better every day, and yet it isn’t anything like I had imagined it would be like. I am finding that holding on to any pictures that take me out of the present and keep me from enjoying the present as fully as I can is counterproductive. Reality is a “moving target,” endlessly flowing and changing, just as the streams that proceed from Infinite Beingness. The paradox is that it already has happened, yet we have to experience it as each step naturally flows to the ones after it.

We ARE connected, even if the details we each experience are different. I’m glad you are enjoying your journey and finding ways to validate how much we are changing, even when the outside doesn’t seem to match up with that.

Lots of love,
Sara/Adonna/Oriole

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Daniel Novotny
February 14, 2017 at 4:34 AM

hello Oriole thanks for the update.

I am now guided to
1) use my inner “compass”
2) live in the present
3) meditate

Love,

Daniel

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Traveler
February 14, 2017 at 1:26 PM

Daniel,

That sounds like good guidance to me!

Love,
Oriole

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Daniel Novotny
February 14, 2017 at 6:40 AM

Hello all,

I remembered one spiritual dream from the year 2009, which added value to my spiritual path – now I realized this blog can be a place where such thoughts can be appreciated.

In this dream I was told three – I would not say “commandments” but something like “points”, “checklist items”, I lack better English words – for a sort of new “religion” or “path” to God.

Those three points were:

1) God is.
2) God created the world in order for everyone to be happy.
3) God does not need to be worshipped, but wants people to know (1) and (2)

This all seems almost “too simple”, but when you ponder those three points, there sure is some hidden depth: the point (2) suggests that any unhappiness/disonance is just something “needed” for some deeper “joy” or “relief”… it also implies everyone gets to their destination, where they will be in harmony with the world around them (or some sort of dis-harmony they inherently like, in case of Anti-Terra for example).

Sorry for the double-post, but I consider this one important.

Love,

Daniel

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Traveler
February 14, 2017 at 1:38 PM

Daniel,

You had that dream in 2009, which was a very fruitful time for those of us actively connected with OT. I can’t agree with numbers 2 and 3 on that list. They conflict with my current understanding, which is that the only reason anything exists is to provide experience for God/Infinite Beingness, which experiences Itself through Its creations. It values ALL experiences, not just “happiness.” It also doesn’t “want” anything. It ALREADY IS EVERYTHING.

When I experienced myself from the perspective of the godhead, there was nowhere to go and nothing that I needed to do. I already was everywhere, in everything I perceived, and simply allowed it all to flow endlessly from within me and return endlessly to me. Points 2 and 3 seem like a 3D human perspective, being projected onto God/Infinite Beingness, and not the way it really IS. Point 1 strikes me as valid, as far as it goes.

Following those 3 points that you laid out in your other comment will eventually bring you to understand that what you got in 2009 isn’t truth with a capital T, but rather an intermediate understanding that will eventually be replaced with something more fundamentally true.

We don’t NEED pain to experience comfort as its opposite. Infinite Beingness wants to experience ALL possible experiences, and we are the vehicles for Its being able to do just that. At the level of the Oversoul that projects us into a given space/time location, none of its projections are learning anything, going anywhere, or doing anything except what is called for in the script for that “life.” It’s all quite neutral, and no experience is better than any other experience.

I know that’s difficult to get one’s head around. I experienced it directly, so it’s easier for me to accept it.

Love,
Oriole

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Ethel
February 14, 2017 at 12:47 PM

Oriole,

I have enjoyed reading this article. Thank you for all that you’ve shared on this blog. I really appreciate it. I see it as an act of love when you give so openly and freely of yourself.

I like what you say about no longer waiting for anything in particular to show up. Quite frankly, I too, have been sensing that there is a “long journey ahead” and that “something wonderful is coming.” I too, find myself willing to “go the distance.”

I like what you say about being re-created in situ. I too, am at the point where I welcome each day and its gifts, and I too, am both grateful and open to receive whatever is mine to receive.

When you say that you are “fully engaged with the journey AS a journey, [and] the process AS a process,” it sounds like fun to ME! I’ve discovered during my own process that living in the now really IS the best way to live.

“Magical things” and wonderful surprises DO happen when one gives up control, goes within, remains present and surrenders to the flow of one’s life. I daresay it IS fun! And joyful. I know because I’ve experienced it, and I know it for myself!

Love, joy, peace and blessings to you,

Ethel

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Mary Estrem
February 14, 2017 at 9:21 PM

Hello everyone,

Meditation has been beneficial for me as well. Simply to quiet the mind and rest the body from external stimuli is oftentimes enough to rejuvenate. Alcohol and meat have disappeared from my palate for almost a year now. None of these changes came from me wanting to do it, but more a feeling that it was the right choice for me.

I can relate to Galen’s “going to the city” anxiety. My anxiousness starts before we leave the house. I want to go NOW, as the sooner we leave, the sooner we return home. Is it the noise of the hustle and bustle atmosphere? Or perhaps feeling all the shoppers emotions and anxieties? Maybe it’s leaving the safety of my comfortable, quiet home? Could it be the road rage incidents that occur around us? Is it fear of the unknown? I’m really having trouble with this one. Galen, do you have similar thoughts or are there other stresses for you? I don’t recall being this way when I was in my 20’s. I used to enjoy shopping and traveling. I’m stumped.

If anyone is interested in some fascinating reading, check into Nikola Tesla. Not only was he super intelligent, he was also incredibly connected to the ways of the Universe. He was definitely ahead of his time. His comments and philosophy‪s are very thought provoking. Some of his quotes include:

A man must be sentimental towards the birds. This is because of their wings. Human had them once, the real and visible!

In my feeling and experience, the Universe has only one substance and one supreme energy with an infinite number of manifestations of life.

Thanks again, Traveler, for sharing your experiences and thoughts with us. I always look forward to reading your posts. Have a good evening everyone.

Love and light,

Mary

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Boris / Adir /Galen
February 15, 2017 at 7:55 PM

Mary,

My “leaving home” anxiety is connected to my not feeling safe in the world for most of my life (That has been changing only recently, which is an encouraging sign for me.) I think it is also due to the fear of the unknown.

Nikola Tesla is famous where I come from (Slovenia). His photo was hanging on the wall of the high school I went to. I also think he was ahead of his time and if he hadn’t been opposed by certain people in power, our world could look very different today. For the last 20 years or so, I have been interested in free energy and he was one of the pioneers in that field.

Love,
Galen

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Jo Knox
February 15, 2017 at 9:47 AM

Feeling happy with the journey and the process!
Love to all
standing oak

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Peter
February 15, 2017 at 11:09 AM

Hi all,
I was originally a member of the OT radio shows, 2008/9. I needed to leave at the beginning of 2009 as I was just not at the same level and I was becoming a bit of a nuisance. I only discovered this later when I reached that same level.
Traveler I loved your last post and comments which is the reason for me posting. It helps with the isolation as I can relate.

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Mary Estrem
February 18, 2017 at 9:08 PM

Galen,

You are exactly right regarding fear of the unknown. I’ve been thinking deeply about my fears the past several days. I finally realized most of my shopping/traveling issues center around the vehicle itself. We were in an accident over 15 years ago and were broadsided. Luckily it wasn’t at a fast speed, but we were badly shaken up. Deep down, I must still feel unsafe when in a vehicle. Now that I know the root cause, I can start working on it. Thank you for sharing your insights; you have helped my immensely!

Your Tesla story is amazing. What an inspiration to you and the other high school students. My husband became interested in Tesla and free energy a few years ago. We bought Tesla t-shirts :o) He was wearing his t-shirt one day at a food co-op and a young worker stopped him. They talked for a half hour about Tesla and his concepts. So good to see the world waking up to Tesla’s brilliant work.

Traveler,

Wonderful post tonight. Everything we need is inside us. We’ve all “packed our suitcase” with everything we need for our individual journeys!

Love and light,
Mary

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Marissa Carter
February 20, 2017 at 3:17 PM

I can relate to the feeling of being unsafe. Recently, while in Europe I was robbed by a gang of East European thugs. I had never got robbed like this in my life so at my age you can imagine how profoundly disturbing that was–never mind the issues with what was stolen. I have had to learn to wholeheartedly embrace what happened and while I am totally perplexed as to the why I am not giving into fear. I will be more careful and take more precautions. But I will still travel hugely.

Many times we will experience something on our journey that is distasteful or flat-out scary. I have to assume it happened for a purpose for our spiritual growth. To deny what happened, ignore it, or live in fear of it not only represents a denial of who we are but a denial of our journey.

Love Marissa

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Sandra
February 21, 2017 at 5:30 AM

Hi Oriole and everyone,

Good to hear from other travellers and their experience. Oriole, thank you for sharing your process with us. I don’t know if that means we will be experiencing similar things as well, but I feel that it our own processes will be tailored to our own personal needs. Nonetheless, it really feels we are more on track now than when we were back when we thought we were taxiing down the runway, moments from takeoff. Being here and now and just going with the flow of our own lives, instead of trying to figure out what comes next , just makes so much more sense.

I can say from my personal everyday experience that I am being helped and guided by my higher self, at every step, to become more aware and conscience of how I’m living now. I am being guided to eat healthier foods, abstain from caffeine and alcohol, and to basically make my home my Ashram. That’s about as far out as my longterm goals are going at the moment :-). I stay away from the news and general noise, and I also stopped visiting the more alternative/ “conspiracy ” websites that I used to love. I don’t feel I have even the time in my daily life for that. Enjoying the journey, the ride, and working from the inside out as well as the outside in has been how I’m operating lately. To get to this point, however, I did have to learn some very hard lessons and go down a very dark path– a path I was led down by my higher self, who felt I needed to attend the school of hard knocks for a while. It seems we are always being tested , depending on what it is — what habit or belief we need to learn to let go of. Always learning… Always!

Much love,

Sandra

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