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Monjoronson; Sondjah; Rayson - Co-Creative Design Team First 5 Meetings - Dec 10, 2007 thru Jan 14, 2008 - Evergreen, Colorado

Cross Referenced as: Sondjah - Evergreen, Co. CCDT First 5 Transcripts

Monjoronson; Sondjah; Rayson - Co-Creative Design Team first 5 Meetings

Co-Creative Design Team - Transcript No. 1
Evergreen, Colorado
Celestial Teacher: Sondjah Melchizedek
TR: Daniel Raphael December 10, 2007

[Note: Tape picked up during discussion of establishing the merkaba.]

Daniel: . . . mind of man, and that runs along the hemisphere, the equator, and it moves to our right, counter-clockwise and moves very fast. So when we connect our minds to the mind line, then we become of "one mind," combined intent that’s where the "intent" becomes powerful. Also, we connect with the heart-line, heart energy that person has heart, that person has connection, compassion that’s all heart energy. It goes from our left, around the circle. So that unites our intellect, our mind, the energy of the Son of God, and the heart energy, the energy of the Mother Spirit. Make sense? Any questions?

What we are doing is combining our united minds, our united hearts, our united energies, so that we can then use this energy stream powerfully, and send it to wherever we will to direct it. I see energy streams in my mind and it is like I am way out in space, and I see me sitting here in the mountains of Colorado and I see these energy arcs go to my children, to my family, associates and friends, and to countries which need assistance, so I am using the combined energy of everybody, plus myself, to do that, so it becomes very, very powerful. Okay?

Student: So Daniel, when you do that and you say, "Send the energy to those that you know need healing, or need this," you’re actually visualizing the energy from the top of the merkaba, streaming down? (Daniel: Yes.) To that individual? (Yes.) So you are just visualizing? (Yes.) It’s kind of like a silver or gold cord or whatever?

Daniel: Yes, it’s like an arc. It goes from here and arcs over to there, and I found it to be particularly effective when, as tonight, I’d pray for Michael’s son what’s his name? (Michael: Robert.) I’d pray for Robert tonight; I don’t know what the need is, but I don’t need to know what the need is. Okay? Robert knows what the need is; Michael knows what the need is, and so we will send that energy to be used as it’s needed, for Robert’s highest and greatest good, or something better. There is nothing better than that. If you pray for something specifically, then you would say, "for this or something better." Okay? I’ve been in a number of prayer teams in the past, and I’ve found that it is very effective just to sometimes talk to Christ Michael and I say, "I don’t know what is needed, and I release that, and I ask you to use this energy for this person’s highest and greatest good, to resolve the problem." It’s very effective.

What I didn’t put in there which I will read to you is we also ask our angelic helpers, guides and teachers who are with us, to connect to the merkaba and assist us in it’s use, to embellish it and empower it even further. You can have a permanent merkaba in your home or meeting place, by everyone or myself, simply by declaring your intention of building a merkaba, and ask your angelic helpers to emplace the merkaba where you have formed it. Then you can connect to it with your consciousness from anywhere in the world, and direct it to any good purpose, at any time, any place. It’s like a dedication we’ll dedicate this anchor here today, and it’ll be here. So when Debbie is at home and gets a call and somebody’s in trouble, she’ll just connect to the merkaba and send the energy there. It’s really powerful!

Student: Is there a toll charge? (Much laughter.)

Daniel: Any problems? Call the IT.

I’ve found that mind energy is an electric-blue, and the Mother energy, healing energy is like if you have an "owie," like on your elbow, you could bring down this energy from Mother Spirit, it’s really powerful for healing energy, and it’s kind of a lime-green color, kind of like celery but pretty bright. You can direct it into the place that needs healing. I do that and things get healed pretty quickly.

So if you are ready, we need to be still. We invoke the presence of the Creator now, and we become relaxed and feel the presence of Spirit around us and in us. We fill ourselves with the light of the Creator and surround ourselves with this light. Now let’s each take a moment to declare our intention for being here tonight and for participating in this Co-Creative Design Team. (Short pause.)

Now we are feeling more balanced, relaxed and grounded. If you feel any stress or tension in your body, please release it. Do a body check from your head to your toes. Now do an emotional check to make sure you become at peace; if anything is bothering you, just release it. In this moment now, you can’t do anything about it anyhow, for the next half hour or hour, so just release it and be at peace. Still your mind it’s kind of like a multiple Windows program; you just right click the mouse and close out a window. Just keep closing out those windows, until your mind is still. You feel yourself sink into your chair a little further.

Now, let us connect our energy streams to the north pole of this merkaba; also the earth connected stream to the south pole of the merkaba. And so, you see a globe of golden wires, with each of us sitting at the equator of this globe. And having connected to the merkaba, it exists also with that energy stream from Paradise to earth center. If you can visualize the color, just enjoy it. Now connect your mind to the mind line of the merkaba, and see it race to the next member to your right, and to the next member, and on around the group, very rapidly. Now connect your heart to the heart line, and see it’s pink stream of energy, move to your left and around the circle clockwise.

Let’s take a few minutes to use the merkaba energy to send it to wherever it is needed, and I ask that each member to please send the energy from yourself and the merkaba to Robert. This may be for healing, it may be for prosperity, it may be for Divine order, Divine timing, Divine development whatever it knows the need and it fills that need. Use the remainder of the next few minutes to send this energy to your loved ones, or whomever is in need whatever you want to do with it. (Pause.) Bring your focus back to the center of the room, please. We give thanks for this energy and ask our guides and guardians to anchor this merkaba energy here in this house, in this location, and we dedicate it with you to the highest and greatest good of all concerned. And so it is.

Let me take a few moments to become centered and settled myself. (Pause.) Sondjah is here.

SONDJAH: Good evening, this is Sondjah. (Good evening.) It is a pleasure to be here once again, and I have enjoyed your encounters with me during the week. I have enjoyed your questions and I wish you to know that I am present with many of you during the week. I have many limitations, but far fewer than yourself; I have not the capacity yet to be in many places at the same time, as Christ Michael can, but I do transport myself rather rapidly, to be in many locations very shortly, without much limitation.

I have been enjoying your discourses, among yourselves; questions you have brought to the team, and now I am going to turn the dial ninety degrees, for the team, to give you some more work to do. Now it is my turn to ask you questions, and this is how the work begins. I will pose a question to you about sustainability, and I am going to give you one that you may seem shocking if you were to hear it in the media, but we will engage it tonight because I wish to bring you closer to the topic of sustainability and to teach you rapidly how to engage this. What it will do is to cause you many, many questions, and then we will begin another dialog. So, what we [Sondjah and his teaching team] will do tonight is to ask you the question. Then, this group will split into two sub-groups of your choosing, and these sub-groups will work on striving to answer the question. Do you understand? (Yes.)

You recall in the previous weeks, we have asked questions regarding the huge, broad field of healthcare, and the many plateaus and layers that are involved in this process, and how to develop sustainability. You devised many questions concerning this; they were well formed and well received and we discussed that at length. We will be going from that large general broad area, to a very specific area concerning "marriage" and the family. This question regards "marriage", and the question is this: What does a sustainable "marriage" look like and why would it exist in a sustainable civilization and society? Giving you this question, I will not assist you further, but require you to devise questions and we will have a dialog shortly. It will be a stretch for this one to be in and out of a TR situation/condition, but we will strive to work with him to make it easier for him to do this. Now you may choose your groups and strive to answer the question. You may take as long as you want before you call a time out, and want to ask questions of me for clarification or for explanation. You may want to go for some time on your own before doing that; you simply know that there are very few rules concerning this. This is as developmental for us as it is for you. We are learning as you go along. Thank you.

Student: What was the second part of the question? (Others: What does "marriage" look like and why would it exist in a sustainable society?)

[Note from Transcriber Roxanne Andrews: Some of the discussion was not transcribed due to many people talking at the same time, and of the group discussions, only one group was recorded.

Note from Daniel: Further, these discussions, which may seem to go afar from Sondjah’s assignment, are provided for readers who are NOT currently participating in a Local Co-Creative Design Team, as a vicarious means of participation. What you will read below is fairly typical of discussions that I heard from the other sub-team.]

Student: When we think "marriage" today, it’s the hand-cuffs for life or not. It is a contract, a commitment, there’s tremendous legal ramifications it’s supposed to be for life, and of course we know it isn’t, very often. Some of us exemplify this well, always trying to be an example out there! I didn’t realize I was headed to the 23rd Century, but I am. [Sondjah had mentioned the ‘sustainable society as being in the 23rd century to give students a perspective of a future, sustainable society to work toward in their discussions.] The point is, that it can be as you were starting to say, as we were breaking up it can be all of what we were describing it to be, and it can be one day that these two people decide that they continue, will always love, will always trust, will always seek Christ’s presence but, their paths are taking them somewhere else, and they may not stay together physically or in the legal bondage business. Does that mean it isn’t a "marriage"? Maybe that "marriage", or that partnership ended.

Student: A lot of "marriage"s today appear to be about fear, security, financial stability, procreation very few today are about love. I think the 23rd Century in a "marriage", as we know it today, cannot work in a peaceful, harmonious community, unless we each of us, become whole in ourselves and connected with that highest truth, that universal truth whatever we want to call it and that it’s two wholes coming together in union. That doesn’t require a "marriage" certificate, and so I feel I don’t know how it would work exactly, but I feel if we’ve done the work, and if we are aware and awake, and we’ve embodied that Christ presence within ourselves and we are all working towards the highest good, then we wouldn’t need "marriage", and we wouldn’t need just one, necessarily. We would be coming together in union with the highest spirit of all, and that might mean occasionally we would have to part.

Student: I can think of one particular reason why there would be a need for a contractual "marriage", and that is for procreation couples, couples that are going to have children and that there is obligatory roles and obligatory, contractual "I will do this" and we will have children, and I will do this, and you will do this, and we will support these children and socialize them until they are on their way.

Student: I’m not sure do you think it would be? If we have a future ahead of us where we have a community you know in that famous saying, "It takes a village to raise a child" if we are in that place, then there are vast amounts of opportunities for growth there, outside of that contract.

Student: Exactly so, I think what they are doing, we are getting at a hub, a nut, a kernel, and then we will expand from there. Community is the next phase of development that we would go onto.

Student: It’s as though we’ve gotten carried away with so many things. "The Course" [A Course in Miracles, ACIM] is all about Christ telling us, "You’ve gotten carried away with some things, and you often have missed the message." One of the big messages that relate to this conversation from Christ in the Course is, "these children belong to God, not you. They’re my children; they’re God’s children." Now, tell a new parent that and you’re likely to get shot. I understand this is not something I want to be trite about I don’t mean it that way, but in effect we are the sons of God. We all are. Now does that mean there isn’t a role and a place for a mom and a dad? I don’t mean that, but I do mean that it creates a different sense of our role. It really does create a different sense ultimately we are preparing this child to become a son of God. That’s independence and it’s independent thinking, and it’s all the character and values we want to imbue them with or expose them to, so that they can adopt them if they will, and be excited about them, going on their own.

Student: And where do they learn that?

Student: I think it’s perfectly fine today that they learn those from parents and the village that isn’t in place yet!

Student: And I’d like to add to that as well, because I am sure that many of you are aware that having seen some of the children that are coming in to consciousness right now, they have a lot to teach us! They are being born into a much higher consciousness than we were, and they are coming in with some beautiful gifts. I’m not saying that they don’t need to be helped and acclimatized, but . . . .

Student: From what Sondjah and the other teachers have told us is that these children are all over the world, and some of them are wasted because there is not a nurturing environment for them. They have faculties and capabilities way past their environment; they have parents that don’t care, and they become a throw-away child. But the children who are nurtured in socializing and nurturing families by a couple or a family situation, present the opportunities to explore and explode all their potential, and so we see these Crystal Children and the Indigo Children, or whatever you want to call them or these remarkable children that are coming in

Student: I feel very firmly about that, and that Indigo Children, Crystal Children, clearly, visibly have capacities and abilities that are not normally recognized in more kids, but they’re not born with some special set of "toys;" we all have them we were born with the same thing they were born with, but it is the awake- ness, I believe, the consciousness of more and more children in this evolutionary cycle, that is making it more visible that they are out there. And we put them in institutions learning institutions that don’t know how to deal with them, they’re totally .

Student: It’s only a few years ago when no kid was on Ritalin, and today there’s like 20 Million kids, or some huge number. And I have some close friends who have a young one at a Montessori School, and the teachers are up in arms because he doesn’t concentrate, he won’t finish his work, he seems to be in his own little world, and da da da da duh, and I’m listening to my friend describe this behavior, and I kept listening and listening as he described more and more, and the teachers wanted to put him on ADHD drugs. So I gave them this Spiritual Cinema movie about Indigo not the melodramatic one with Neale Donald Walsch that was interesting and I actually sponsored that for 200 people to see but there was a huge element missing in that whole melodrama, but the one Steven Simon did through Spiritual Cinema surpassed all these experts in the field of learning, education, physiology, et cetera, who had been focusing on these kids, and some experts in education. It was a brilliant movie, because it described them as not as crazy or abnormal or deficient, but as exceptional exceptionally awake. Then of course, the prescription for how you deal with them, breaks the boundaries; the schools aren’t built that way.

So, anyway, my friend is describing their little boy and all their troubles that he’s causing the teachers, and I said to _________, I said, "You want some feedback?" He said, "Well, yeah." I go, "I think he’s bored." He said, "In Montessori?" and I said, "Yeah." So it turns out, two nights later, the kid came home and wanted to do something like watch TV I don’t know what it was but his mom said, "Nope, you didn’t do any of your work today. You had four hours of work to do and you didn’t do any of it; you didn’t complete it. You can’t do [that] until you do your school work. Twenty minutes later, he was done four hours worth of work. Ah ha! They wanted to put him on drugs anyway. Actually there are some newer pharmaceuticals that aren’t the Ritalin type, that can help stabilize a kid under certain circumstances, but you really gotta know what you are doing.

I taught Sunday School for a few years, down the hill it was 3rd graders it was a marvelous example. Here’s this guy who’s taught at universities, scouts and scout masters I’ve been teaching all my life and I get these 3rd graders. There was one kid that was on Ritalin, and he was a zombie! My heart just bled for him; he was totally wasted. Just a shame, so .

Anyway, back to relationships, we got into the issue of consciousness and awakeness, being a key element to a sustainable relationship.

Student: Well, that points into consciousness, actually. You can look at Hawkins, "The Joy," it’s about as high as you can get it’s not enlightenment, but it is about as high as you can get.

Student: Oh yes! To live in joy is incredible!

Student: I email people all over the country and when a good idea comes around more than once, it takes two or three years like "co-intelligence" and "sociocracy" and stuff like that it’s like people going, "This fits with co-creation, this is a part of it." I just don’t have the breadth of intellect to embrace so many concepts simultaneously.

Student: Anyhow, there’s some big things happening and we’re a part of that. This Co-Creative Design Team process is incredibly exciting and we are right along with some of the intellectual, cultural leaders of our country and the world.

Student: You made a very good point, just now, because it’s not at all linear. It is a dimensional mind/body/spirit/etheric multi-dimensional thing. That’s why the merkaba is such a perfect fit, is that it’s multi-dimensional at all levels, as I’ve just described. Some are able to, more naturally, think multi-dimensionally than others, it’s just a fact of life. Some people are better physicists than others who are into art. I have a gift for that I think that way.

So when we talk about sustainable "marriage", we have to talk about it on all those levels, and see how it fits together, if it does. Or wellness, or health whatever you want to call it.

Student: In this kind of discourse, is it ever a help to go backwards instead of forwards? Like why was "marriage" invented, or is that of little use?

Student: That is a useful way of examining what we are doing now; I don’t think a historic, pathological way of thinking is oftentimes productive, but it does reveal what has happened and why go there again or maybe we need to go there again.

Student: What just popped into my head is why all the genealogy in the Old Testament, there was this kind of inheritance on a physical level, and that the Patriarchs had to know that this was "my child." We don’t think like that any more. All children need to be raised, whether they came from my egg or sperm or whatever, and I think sometimes going back to the root of an institution like "marriage", is helpful.

Student: I think it would provide some clues about some of the reasons for different kinds of "marriage"s existing.

Student: Barbara Marks Hubbard was talking about how she got married so young and had kids and went into the rosy glow, and all that sort of stuff, but she really thinks now that it’s not physical children we need to be birthing; it’s more along the line of ideas, and so forth, in that we need "vocational arousal" when you get as rosy about why you are here, as you did about birthing these little children.

Student: Because of ideas of new ways of being?

Student: She created what was called the "Phenomena of Man’s Society," which all came out of Teilhard de Chardin. He believed in evolution, and in his first book that was translated after his death I couldn’t figure out how a Jesuit Priest could write a book about evolution and then the Church letting it be printed well it’s because it was printed after he died (on Easter of 1955). He believed in something called the "biosphere" and collective consciousness. He talked about the coalescence of mind, which is nothing different than what we’ve been talking about, when we were talking about Hawkins or whatever. The coming together as one, the recognizing the knowing in your intellect, and eventually knowing in your heart and feeling oneness, is in fact, the coalescence of mind. It’s when you begin to recognize there is only one mind. Her cosmological I’ve got a CD she put out when she started this latest campaign, is brilliant!

[Humanity Ascending, Part I, Our Story,]

The graphics! And she’s talking about the evolutionary scale and she’s such an evolutionist that she’s got all the information, and she’s got this technology that is stunning! We really should see it sometime it is totally brilliant. I took it to the retreat, just in case there was a moment when somebody might want to fit it in, but we never stopped talking long enough to see it.

Student: Here we should check in with Sondjah.

SONDJAH: So my friends, you have had a new experience, have you not? I appreciate your struggle, working with this topic. You are beginning to see the many layers of a "marriage"; how it relates to family; how it relates to community; and you are beginning to get a glimmer of how you develop that into a sustainable society and civilization. You are quite correct that this is a multi- dimensional project. You are not linear creatures yourselves; you are multi-dimensional in your whole being. You must discover how to live in a multi- dimensional society through your multi-dimensional social institutions that are sustainable. This truly is no easy task, but yet it is not as complex and daunting as it appears it will only take decades, and centuries, perhaps.

You have an inkling of what we are about, and what you are about to do with us. We would ask that you begin to ask these questions of yourself during the week. And, when we re-unite next week, that you can bring these questions and your insights to bear in your groups. It is hoped that there would be more who could attend, so that the diversity of thinking would be broader. We do not want to bias any sub-group by the presence of this one, who has so many insights from our conversations in quiet. We wish that you would engage this on your own, without guidance or without bias, but that you would learn how to work in a group with your own minds, coming up with new ideas and insights, and presenting your designs to the larger group.

We do not have time tonight for questions regarding this topic. Let us save those for next time and this will be a way of integrating new members who have missed tonight. If you have any immediate questions now, please present them. (Pause.) Hearing none, (end of tape.)


Evergreen Co-Creative Design Team #2 transcript
Evergreen, Colorado
Celestial Teachers: Machiventa Melchizedek & Sondjah Melchizedek
TR: Daniel Raphael
December 17, 2007

MACHIVENTA: Good evening, this is Machiventa Melchizedek, Planetary Prince and Governor of this world. I am here tonight to thank you for your presence, for your contribution to the beginning of the healing of this planet. You, my friends and supporters, are the ones who will assist this world to co- creatively come into the days of light and life, that era which you have heard the Bible speak about, "when lions lay down with lambs, and the jackals and rabbits are at peace." So too, you will be at peace with your neighbors, nationally and globally. This may seem like an unexpected, impossible situation, but this is the eventuality of every mortally inhabited world in Christ Michael’s Universe. You are vitally important to this outworking of Christ Michael’s plans. I hope you realize that you are fully partnered with Christ Michael and his partner, Nebadonia. You are essential ingredients to the healing of your planet. We have said numerous times before that your world could be healed by fiat, by miracle within seconds, but what would you learn? What would generations to come learn, except a dependency upon miracles, and the miracles, my friends, are in you. You are empowered by Christ Michael to participate effectively with this program; you you individually are a part of this. You have a responsibility to engage this in accord with your commitment, and we bless you, we enthuse you, we fill you with energy, we surround you, and more so, we provide all that you need to engage this and to fulfill this program with us. I thank you for your presence tonight; I leave you in the good hands of Sondjah. (Group: Thank you, Machiventa.)

SONDJAH: My friends, this is Sondjah. Welcome and good evening. It is a pleasure to be here with you once again. Last time, I gave you a two-part question, and the question was this: "What is a sustainable "marriage"?" "How would you design one, and how does "marriage" contribute to a sustainable society and civilization?" Whereupon, you broke into two groups of three each, and you discoursed this among yourselves and developed and devised some questions. In the meantime, you also developed a tremendous enthusiasm, came back to the larger group, and spoke at length, to the extent that we had no time for dialog. This is no fault of yours, but rather a loose leash that I have given you, and I am about to shorten the leash.

We have sparse time to work together; we have less than two hours, once per week. Eventually it is hoped that we will have dedicated groups that will work every day, and hopefully, through some miracle of your brotherhood, you will find the means to be supported through this, so that it becomes an occupation, what you might call an employment, where you contribute and you are compensated for your time. Do you have any questions from last time, and I anticipate that there may be a few, and we will limit the questions to ten minutes, please. Do you have questions?

Ann: I was wondering if you could remind us as to whether we are supposed to be posing questions or raising statements?

SONDJAH: Either one. You may ask questions, asking for clarification, and you may as well make statements of a probing nature, if you wish.

Student: Sondjah, are you referring to questions from the groups that we broke up into last week, questions from when we got together in that discussion, or are you open for input? What questions are you looking for right now?

SONDJAH: I wish you to bring forward any questions that developed in the sub- teams last week.

Sheralyn: Sondjah, I’m curious to know what is your definition of a sustainable "marriage".

SONDJAH: That is the point, isn’t it? I posed the question because it is a co- creative answer that we must discover together. I could give you a definition of a sustainable "marriage", but then what would you have to work with? I am particularly enthused and specific about the process of devising answers or plausible answers. The answers themselves, at this point, would be premature. I am interested in your engaging each other in the process of inquiry, exchanging ideas, formulations and designs that you may make on the notepads that you bring with you each week. You will have an opportunity tonight to break into new groups, and work on this in a more specific way. I will give you a challenge in a few minutes.

I do not want to set the parameters for a sustainable "marriage" you are the ones who have to live with these "marriage"s. You must engage this question and challenge from the perspective of really living in a sustainable "marriage". I would imagine that each of you could possibly design, on your own, at least four or five, maybe six "marriage" scenarios that you may wish to devise into sustainable "marriage"s, sustainable relationships. Do not limit yourself to tradition; think far, far, far outside the box of tradition and religions. Remember, we are concerned about devising social institutions and social relationships that are sustainable, meaning ones that you know the parameters of their existence, and when you come to the end of them, when you engage a new one, and so on.

We will be engaging many social institutions in the future, but this is one which I know that you are intimately aware of, and which you have given much thought even worry to, for having or not having, and why some work and why some do not, and why they last and why they do not. Do you understand my limitations for you, concerning this question?

Sheralyn: Yes, I think I do. I have another question, if I may ask? (Please.) Then I’m assuming that if we are looking into a sustainable "marriage", that "marriage" is part of our evolvement into this New Era.

SONDJAH: Yes, it is. "marriage" is a relationship. You can devise it, you can invent it, you can define it, you can limit it, you can expand it however you wish. I will tell you this, though, and this is the only clue I will give you concerning this subject, is that "marriage" is a contractual relationship, which fosters the care taking of children. Outside of that, it can be anything you want to design. We wish that your civilizations and societies be sustainable, which requires a contractual "marriage" relationship that has as its primary concern the procreation and socialization of the children that it produces, until their maturation. (Thank you.)

Cayce: We talked a little about it last week; we talked about a contractual relationship and came up with a question of a contractual relationship for how long? I think you were kind of going that way when you said, "through the maturity of children?" So we talked about it for how long, and what was the intention, and where does it play at different stages of life. And then I went back to the idea of "marriage", and contractual and childbearing for stability raising children in a stable environment that the parents act as a socializing agent for the child. And for that to happen, the kids have to have parents that are available to them, and I know that’s pretty common here, but if we are looking world-wide, .

I was thinking about this especially since my daughter was talking about what she had seen in Peru, where the kids are just on the streets and shanties, and so they have relationships that are producing children, but they can’t take care of them. They don’t have a stabilized society, and if you don’t have a stabilized society, you don’t have a stabilized "marriage". It seems like it is just a if you don’t have the society to support the "marriage" and the children, then the children and the "marriage" can’t support the society. It seems like it just goes in a circle. You have to have a sustainable society, and we’re looking at, it seemed like from reading the Monjoronson information, that a lot of our problems, [is] that our society is not sustainable, because of over-population, and yet we have cultures that just produce children, and produce children, and produce children without having the stable family behind them. So it sounds like it’s the over-population it sounds like [in order for] having a sustainable family that you need to have worldwide awareness of the children and your function as a parent to provide the socialization for the children and the education for the children, instead of just producing children. Does that make sense?

Michael: If it’s okay, before you answer, I’m having a bit of a different take or reaction to the term "contractual." Especially in the context of sustainability, because normally when we think of contractual, we think of legal, a contract, the legality, the signing of the contract. My intuitive sense is that the contract underlies a sustainable "marriage", in particular with respect to the raising and caring of children, to whatever age. It’s based not on law, but will be based on a covenant, a promise from the heart, based upon two people who see Christ within each of them, and Christ within the child and make a commitment, a covenant to raise that child as one of God’s "critters." Not necessarily with any legal documents or sworn statements or anything that goes along with it contractual yes, but contractual at the level of love, trust all based upon the notion of oneness and Christ within being able to see and sense and know completely know in your heart the presence of Christ, that all of that context gives rise potentially to a balance physically, emotionally, and mentally that doesn’t exist in today’s unsustainable "marriage".

[Daniel: Okay, Sondjah is going to answer the questions now.]

SONDJAH: To answer your questions, societies do not have a soul; individuals do.

[This is Daniel: The two questions from two different people that doesn’t work for me. I need one question and an answer, and the contexts were very different. It’s not a criticism, it’s just a procedural one. Your question had to do with where do we start?]

Cayce: Yeah, basically where do we start because everything is so out of control?

SONDJAH: The concern of the Creator, the First Source and Center, is with the individual. Out of billions of inhabited worlds, and trillions of sentient, soul-filled individuals, the Creator’s concern is always with his relationship with the individual. And it is always with the individual that we begin. Our concern for society, for civilization is secondary and tertiary. Our primary concern is always with the individual and this is where we start.

And from the individuals, develop families, communities, states, regions, nations, and a world. Always it begins with the individual. The quality of an individual life dictates the quality of the civilization that will come into existence. And how well civilization prospers, then it prospers the individual. But always, it is the individual that is central to all our schemes, to Christ Michael’s schemes, to the Correcting Time, and to the work of Monjoronson and this program of co-creative teams. This is where we begin. And so, the individual is of primary concern. If this is the first point of inquiry, then how do we design a family from which a child is begotten, from wherein a child is socialized by two individuals, who have an agreement, an arrangement, a moral and spiritual contract with this new entity, this new soul coming into existence? For parents are truly co-creative and co- responsible for the endearing, growing, engendering of the spiritual quality of the soul of this child during their formative years. This is primary to all the work that we will do in the co-creative teams. It always must reach to the individual and point towards the larger social entities.

Your statements, which were numerous, will force us and force you to engage many, many primary questions, which have been neglected and swept under the rug of your societies and your nations. Public policies are bereft, backward and ignorant in most of your nations, and are in need of tremendous upliftment for your societies and nations to be sustainable. How many children should be raised by a family? How many children are best raised by a couple? For some couples, it may be one; for others it may be five but is that fair for others? You must decide. You must live with the equation. What is the best environment for raising children? Two people who are present, or both working and absent? No, you must decide what makes a sustainable individual, a sustainable family.

Concerning issue of "marriage", the only contractual existence for it’s being is to socialize and raise children, so that they can raise their children and socialize them in a like manner, so that your communities and societies are sustainable. When families break down, so does the moral fiber and ethical fiber of your civilizations, of your communities. This city, which you mentioned, is bereft, it is in chaos and those people will beget even more children, who are left to live in the gutters and out of the trashcans. So it is a demoralizing, debilitating, uninhabitable soul situation for many people, who will never come to know God, never even come to know the yearning of reaching for a higher Being, the friendship with God, the friendship which lies essentially within themselves.

Families are responsible for raising children so that they become inhabitable by the God presence, at their early age of 4 or 5, as you’ve been taught. You must take family seriously, as socializing, and then spiritualizing social entities that empower the spiritual development of children, to become worthy adults, to be partners with God, partners with their soul, to fill their soul then with value by social, ethical, moral decisions, and service without the expectation of return by their fellow brothers and sisters.

I apologize for pontificating, but I wish you to know how essential the family is, until the time of maturation of the child. Families are essential for the continuity of worlds, and your world is on the brink of extinction, because of this problem. We are very concerned because if there were cataclysms or serious catastrophes in your world, one after another, without recovery time, your world would be depopulated very rapidly, and who would be left? The children in the streets? We certainly hope not; we hope that they have mothers and fathers who love them and care for them, and want them to know Christ Michael and the God within them. I hope this answers both of your questions. (Thank you.) Sir?

Michael: Thank you. I would like to rephrase the question succinctly. (Certainly.) Is it correct to conceive of what you referred to as a contractual relationship, in something other than legal terms?

SONDJAH: Most definitely. We have set no parameters for the design team work. When we say "contractual," you may assume that this is legalese, but we do not make the same assumption. It may be contractual on a much different level, as you have suggested.

Now, my assignment to you tonight, for the next twenty minutes, is to break into three groups, and design one sustainable "marriage". You may take any "marriage" situation that you like, and try to devise it as a sustainable being. Does this confuse you? (No response.) Thank you, you have 20 min. please.

[Recording turned off during this time.]

[Daniel: Just for the tape’s record, we’re going to have a representative from each group. There are 3 groups of 3 people each, and one individual from each team will present their findings for the next 3 minutes each.]

Group 1: We talked about a number of things. Not relying on traditional definitions of "marriage", excepting each other with unconditional love, welcoming change in the other person, communication, common faith and values, unexposed promises, unconditional trust and respect. Being spiritually in love, and exploring scenarios of upsides and downsides and how things could change and where that would put us.

Daniel: Did any others have anything significant to add to that?

Michael: We started getting into a conversation about how to do it different gee, I wonder why I have that thought now? So if you talk about real life issues, how would you do it different? (I think of that in terms of my relationship with _____.) Workshops that were professionally organized, so that you would experience things like having one day, and not having the next, to really break through the barrier of the unannounced expectation that the people you are today and the expectations you have of how you are going to live and how much you are going to make, and how you’re going to progress in life. What if that changes? And I think you have to have some experiential relationship to cope with that it’s not something you just say, "well don’t forget now, someday ? . " You’ve got to get at the heart; you have to get it to work. I think that would be very constructive. We talked about 4 people who were considering a commitment to one another, with children. We sort of go into it with, "You are who you are today, and I am who I am today, and we’re going to go get married on Sunday, and that’s the way things are, the way we are. Well, hello? Maybe not; maybe they’ll accelerate; maybe they won’t.

Daniel: Next group.

Group 2: We talked about the encouragement of each other’s paths to wholeness, as a central theme in a sustainable "marriage". This came out of Sheralyn’s comment last week about "whole people" coming together, and we felt that the path to wholeness is a life-long process, but that it takes special intention, covenant, vow or pledge to stay with a person in their ugliness, or their emotional over-reactions or their withdrawal, or their running or their anger, or whatever, and so we wanted people to learn how to be spiritually and emotionally married to each other, so that no one was ever blamed for anyone else’s feelings, but the person who was experiencing the feelings, could count on someone abiding with them as they worked through them.

We decided that the wisdom we had to offer as older, non-child bearing women, is that there would be communities of support with "elders" in intentional community.

And we also spoke about the elevation of the Divine Feminine to the level of the Divine Masculine, to produce a sacred child that could serve God. This is a symbolic child, obviously. That would be work that would happen within each individual, as Sondjah spoke about the primary relationship between that realm and this realm is with the individual. So, this is the Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine within a person a Divine "marriage", if you will to then raise the person’s aspirations to the service of God, rather than ego.

Group 3: Basically, we talked about a lot of similar ideas that you guys have had, and one thing that stands out is that we would come into partnership on equal footing, where a couple would assume a role reversal or accept role reversals. Also, if a man wants to stay home and raise the child, if he’s impassioned about that, then that should be supported, as well as the wife whatever. We spoke of values changing to be committed to the child, and not ego; raising the child to serve God’s purposes, and maybe education all along in that realm. Personal responsibility within the individual. Would anyone like to add something?

Sherille: Not to be so fun to have a child and as soon as the child is old enough to leave in daycare or leave with another relative, so that both parents can go back to work, as if this child is just left under the teachings of someone else, and it could be someone who is just never going to care for the child like the parents would care for the child.

Student: So you thought that was good or not good?

Sherille: No, I don’t think that’s good.

Daniel: Anything else from your group?

Student: We talked a little bit about going into a relationship for having children, with a certain level of maturity and shared values, so you know where your partner is on that line, but a lot of it was about taking responsibility for instilling the social, ethical and moral values for your child, yourself. Being there; being available.

Sherille: And prolonged education.

Daniel: Is everybody satisfied with that, with his or her reports? All this is new turf to me! Sondjah, where are you?

Student: I’d like to argue with Sondjah. Is that permissible?

Daniel: Sure, of course! Wait until he shows up.

Sheralyn: I think he’s still recovering from that Dick and Jane. I think that’s when Sondjah left the room.

Michael: Dick and Jane?

Student: I suggested those as names for our hypothetical couple.

Daniel: I guess the next thing would be to talk to Sondjah, is that right? (Yes.) I have to tell you guys, this is really a challenge to me. When I first started TRing 14 years ago, I had no idea that it would morph into this kind of dynamic. It was challenge enough just to go, " uh, I think there’s somebody here that wants to talk to me ."

Student: This really is co-creation.

Daniel: Yes, it is totally dynamic.

Sheralyn: I really appreciate you sharing that with us it makes this authentic. So if Sondjah doesn’t appear? Would it help if we all went within and joined with the merkaba?

Daniel: Yes, that’s a good idea, because when I do close my eyes and I get centered and wait for his being here, it’s just a matter of me being at his vibration level so he can come through, and that is very helpful when everybody does the same thing, because your emotional energy really raises it up.


SONDJAH: Well my friends, you have had quite an experience, have you not? You have gotten to exchange personal experiences, your ideals, your values, the things that underlie your beliefs. You have expressed in many ways your expectations for a "marriage", and what this means, and you have also projected yourself into the lives of children, who come forth from these families. How do we proceed now? And I will continue to lead you in this process.

We do not want you to divest yourself of this exercise by being bored or being over-challenged by the dithering of too many ideas, but give you a focus to work on. I will now become more and more defined in this proposition, as we go along. I have been given a teaching plan, a design plan for presenting these ideas to you, for in unfolding the sub-strata of ideas of sustainability in families and society, and for raising children, and for whole individuals, you are experiencing this co-creative process as a truly experiential process. We are engaged with you for the first time, doing this, as you are engaged as well with each other and us in this experience.

We want to provide the perspectives that you need, for designing sustainable families, for designing sustainable relationships and "marriage" is included. We want you to work on designing sustainable relationships with children. Your children may be problematic, but we are working in an ideal situation of designing an ideally sustainable family and family relationships between the two parents, and each parent and the child or children. So the dynamics are there for you to engage. This is a process again that we are experiencing with you. We have some ideas about how to proceed.

Now the thoughts that you have written down, the opinions, the estimations, the beginnings of a design of a relationship, keep these in mind. Do not throw them aside. Though we may not entertain them again for a week or two, do not feel that your thoughts and your contributions have been forgotten, for they surely have not. These will be very valuable for you individually, and for your teams as well. Be prepared friends, to change teams, and also be prepared to engage the same team repeatedly, if you have a good, productive relationship with these individuals. It is fully your choice we do not project any format or formula for a team formation, other than we hope you are amicable and do not argue about the topics.

For in designing a sustainable civilization at this point, no one is right; no one has the perfect idea we do not either, and we are here to explore that with you. I will give you the assignment, which you will engage next time, and these are the assignments. You can choose which ones you wish to work on. You may choose to work on one or two; we would hope that you not try to engage all of them, unless you do so in a very cursory, outlined manner, rather than in detail. You are invited to work on one with your fellow teammates, if you wish, in detail and that too is a matter of choice.

Here are the propositions:

1) Design a family relationship. This may include "marriage" or it may not. In any case, where children are involved, you should think in terms of a contractual relationship, where there is an agreed upon obligation to raise the children into the future and to their maturity. Do you understand this part so far? (Yes.)

2) There may come a "marriage" that exists between a co-creative couple, meaning a young couple, which bears no children. You may wish to design a relationship for them.

3) You may wish to design a "marriage" or relationship in a couple’s relationship, after children are born, and mature, and have left the nest.

4) You may wish to design a "marriage" relationship or companion relationship, between two mature individuals, who are in their 50's and above. What would this look like?

5) And you may wish to again, devise or design a "marriage" relationship for those who are past retirement and above.

So you see, "marriage" is in quotes, it is an agreed upon relationship between two individuals, who wish to engage the future together. You may define what that future means. What are the limits of termination? How early can they terminate; how late can they terminate; for what reasons would they terminate the relationship? These are truly important questions to answer.

Again, at the beginning of each of these different relationships, engage them with this question: What is the intention of this relationship, with the intention that there are obligations. In the case of a procreation couple, the obligations are imminent; they are paramount, they are of the acme of importance for the maintenance of society. These things must as well be engaged in this very complex relationship. You do not have to answer all parameters, problems, situations, or developments for any one of these relationships. You must simply begin by stating the intention for the relationship, for coming together.

6) Now, you obviously must have in mind that not everyone wants to be in a relationship this is true. None-the-less, individuals are in perennial relationship with their community, whatever that may be, and they are always in relationship with society. What are the intentions of single-hood? Now, I do not give this as an assignment, but only as a thought for you to engage in the future, for I am striving to plant the seeds for future discussions, future developmental designs in your life.

I would imagine that you have some questions. I would appreciate it if you would limit your questions to clarifying questions, concerning this assignment at this point. (Short pause.) Again, you do not need to work on this during the next week, if you do not wish to. I know however, it will be in your mind, and you will work on it. The fruits of those thoughts will come forth, with your team members next week, and you will share them and you will discuss them. You must come together as a whole in your team; you must decide upon a relationship that you want to design this is essential. It makes no difference to us which relationship you wish to begin with.

I know that some of you will work backwards; you will work backwards from the elderly relationship, backwards to the developmental stages of human growth and maturity, to the time of "marriage" and obligated relationships for child-bearing, and this is surely a good way to proceed, for it is the easier path. Later we will discuss the intentions of having children, and we will ask you for the intentions that children will have for participating in a family. We know that this is too much to ask of infants and children, but not too much to ask of those who are nine and above.

You may, as this one has suggested to you, approach the perspective from the future, looking back two centuries, or you may take it from this moment and look forward and striving through your ignorance and your personal experiences, how to devise a sustainable relationship. This is not an easy task for you to do. Very few of your world leaders in political realms or even scientists have engaged these questions in this way. There are academic studies that have been completed, which would be of assistance to you. There are related studies by the hundreds that relate to specific aspects of this question. There has been much research done. You can engage this later, and we will assist you to do so, in weeks to come. I would hope that you, though it is the Holidays next week and the week following, that you would strive to reconvene and engage these questions with us. (Turned tape.)

Before we adjourn, I am open to all questions, no matter what the concern or issue that you may have.

Michael: Sondjah, it seems like there is something of a paradox. On the one hand, we are encouraged to appreciate the challenge of over-population, and yet we are engaging in assignments, which would hopefully result in more population but of a different quality and sustainability.

SONDJAH: Exactly. This is the issue, and the population problem that you have mentioned, courses throughout all issues that we will be speaking of. This over population of your planet is of paramount importance, but it is not a problem that we can solve, or that you can solve. It is something that will be resolved in time, only through difficult stretches of existence. The concern is as you have said so succinctly and nicely, you have said that yes we are engaging the prospect of raising more children, but of quality, and this is the essential ingredient for a sustainable future. Those individuals, who are not sustainable, let us not worry about them at this time.

Michael: Sondjah, I have one more question, and we can defer it, if appropriate, but intuitively, as I think about these many initiatives as we might undertake in the co-creative design effort, across the spectrum of issues we’ve discussed, whether it’s wellness and health, or whether it’s economic issues or agriculture on the regional or local level, or etc., all of them would seem to me to necessitate starting, as you said earlier, with the individual. And starting with the individual, connecting with spirit, with presence, however one would express that. So I for one, would love to have dialog in the future, about that topic us today, parents in the future, children in particular, connecting with presence, since that would seem to me to be the key to anything sustainable.

SONDJAH: You are most certainly right, and without individuals connected to presence, to God presence, to the presence within themselves and the presence of others, then our work is for naught. Our work here is in the engagement between mortals and celestial and angelic beings, with the God presence among us. This is an important aspect and this is part of the centering, which occurs early in the meeting. We would wish, hope, and encourage you to engage with the presence of spirit, outside of these moments here, in these evenings that we spend together. It is vital to do this. You have raised an important part, an aspect of all the sustainable work that we will do co-creatively together, but always there must be given the acceptance of the individual, as primary, but in relationship to the Creator, to the God presence within them. This is sustainability into the infinite future of the individual. To design sustainable civilizations without considering sustainable souls in the afterlife and their progress towards Paradise in the infinity of time, is a useless endeavor, and we certainly appreciate your point of view. Thank you. (Thank you.) Other questions?

Cayce: Would it be recommended to continue this exploration in the group that we are in, or should we contact each other in the entire group? What is your recommendation?

SONDJAH: That is your choice; we have no recommendation. We feel, however, that in the larger group, you will simply share your opinions, which may fertilize the other teams. Productivity will come from committed teams of individuals who will work on one idea until they have something on paper, which is something they can be proud of and which will accomplish the goals they have set out to accomplish. (Thank you.)

Michael: From a procedural standpoint, a process standpoint, would it be beneficial if we were to circulate to all those present, the list of assignments and ask people to respond to one or two that they were specifically interested in, and then let everyone know, who was interested in what, so they could, on their own, figure out how to work together?

SONDJAH: Yes, please, that would be most advantageous and help prepare for future meetings. Would someone please accept responsibility for this small chore?

Michael: I would be happy to do that, although I will need some help unless someone else would like to do it. I’m not sure I got oh, thanks, I got my help already; we’re on the way!

SONDJAH: Excellent. I will close now but will entertain one further question, if there is any? (None.) Thank you for your time. You have engaged this with far more enthusiasm than we had anticipated. Your eagerness is palpable to us; we feel the kindling of energy occurring in your hearts and your bodies and your minds and some of your minds are quite literally dancing with ideas. We appreciate your enthusiasm and we also appreciate your tolerance for ambiguity at this very early stage. Definition will come as we have experience and we become more acquainted with how to proceed. You too have ideas about how to proceed, as this one has suggested. Please do not be shy or timid to share your ideas, which can assist our productivity for the future.

We wish you well; we look forward to meeting with you. Also know dear friends, that you may call upon us at any moment, even now as you depart. Take a moment or two to speak with your guardian who is with you, to your higher self, and to your guides, for assistance during the week as you work on these problems, these situations, these designs, for they have oftentimes, good ideas which can be given to you wordlessly or with words. I wish you well in all your good relationships. We pray, hope, and know that they are sustainable in the infinity of time, through the grace of our Creator. Good night.



Evergreen Co-Creative Design Team, #3
Evergreen, Colorado
Celestial Teacher: Sondjah Melchizedek
TR: Daniel Raphael
December 28, 2007

Daniel: Tonight, our intention and purpose is to dedicate a Merkabah energy anchor in Sheralyn’s home.

When we sit in a circle, we each have our line of energy that goes from Paradise to earth center, through our crown chakra and out our base chakra to earth- center. When we make the intention to create a Merkabah, those lines then bend to a north pole point above us and at a south pole point below us. When they come together, (with a clap) the Merkabah shaft is also created between the north pole to the south pole of our group. Our lines of energy continue to flow to Paradise as a combined unit. Therefore, they are all combined and this constitutes a conscious energy structure that we build with our minds and use and direct with our consciousness. Do you understand? Ours don’t end there, they become combined, and when that happens then the flow goes through the Merkabah, as well as us.

You probably wondered about the heart line and the mind line those two lines are actually I saw this a number of years ago when I was doing extensive meditation, that I began to see a double helix of the pink and the blue, inside this Merkabah stream. For myself, where I saw it, it was just simply the blue and the pink, as a double helix, going up to Paradise and through earth center, but when we all combine together from our group, it’s inside this great big shaft of energy. So when we connect to the heart line, we connect our heart energy together, and we connect that to the heart line of the Merkabah, which comes from the shaft of energy. Does that make sense? And the same thing for the mind line, so that when we do that, our minds are connected, and our hearts are connected, and we are also connected to universe heart and universe mind cosmic mind. If we did an extensive one-hour meditation, you could, if you really were aware of it, you could ask questions to things you didn’t have the answers for and get the answers for some big questions. It connects us to the "library" I call it the library other people call it the "main frame" of the universe, and once you begin tapping into this, you can begin to know things it’s like, "How do I know that?" You could say that this comes from universe mind. That’s one way you could do it; it’s another explanation for intuition.

What we are going to do tonight is to create a Merkabah and then anchor it in place with the help of our Celestial Teachers and other of our unseen friends. We are going to ask our celestial teachers, angels and guides to help us establish it, dedicate it and anchor it here, so that when we disconnect from it, the shaft still stays here. The Merkabah, the lines of energy that we have, we [take] home, but the shaft of energy still stays here, and so when you go home, you can tap into this, or you can tap into the one at Michael’s (Lanier’s), but it is complemented by eight of us. When you go home and meditate a few days from now, or whenever, you can tap into this and consciously direct the energy to where you want it to be used. Dick is an old hand at this, and attended the Northern Colorado Teaching Mission groups in Loveland, for years, and so this is not anything new to him.

Sheralyn: I have one question then, if the Merkabah stream is staying here, I would like it in the meditation room, but does it matter?

Daniel: No, you can meditate in there and use it here, and you can be in Idaho or North Dakota or Florida, and you can still connect to it; it’s just instantaneous.

Sheralyn: My whole house is a meditation room!

Daniel: I taught Debbie and Sheralyn how to do the opening practices and I think I gave sheets to everybody Dick, did you get one? We went through that and we practiced it, but I’m going to do the Merkabah tonight, and so it’s a little bit different. Is that okay? (Sure.)

Let’s come to center; become still. We begin our stillness practice, becoming comfortable, releasing any tension in our body. Take a couple deep breaths and slowly exhale. This will help you become at ease and at peace. When you do this for a while, pretty soon you just feel like your whole body lets down; all the stress is gone. Take a few minutes to do this why don’t you pretend there are spigots in your big toes, and just open the spigots and release the tension. Starting from the top of your head, release the tension from your temple. It’s like a fluid level in a glass or a barrel: as the water flows out, the tension flows out through your toes into the earth, you become grounded. And as the level goes down from your forehead to your eyes and your jaw, your neck all these muscles become relaxed, so you have a visual concept of this energy tension being released out of your feet, into the ground, into the earth.

And so it goes, down your neck, your shoulders you release the tension in them in your chest, your back, your stomach, hips, thighs, knees, calves, ankles, arches of your feet, and out your toes. As this tension is removed from your body, the inflow of peace and light, pink and blue energy fills your body. Now go within and release any emotional energy that you have; tensions from the day, any thoughts about that. That is all past; these moments now are ours and they are sacred and hallowed. We leave them at peace. Release any tension or emotions that you have, any thoughts regarding that. In it’s place, you are filled with peace, stillness, calmness. Like the wind across a small pond blows the ripples into the water, and it blows across the pond, leaving it still. Any busyness in your thinking, in your mind release that. Any agendas, any coming and going, doing, telling, showing, instructing and calling and listening just let that all go. Be in this moment now. It’s kind of like watching your computer monitor you just right click on all those windows and close them all. Pretty soon you are staring at a blue screen and everything is at peace. Everything is still. In these moments of stillness, we call upon our guides, guardians and angels; we call upon Sondjah, Christ Michael and Nebadonia to be with us and to dedicate and anchor in the Merkabah energy shaft, here in this location, in front of the fireplace, in the coffee table.

I ask all those in attendance, those seen and unseen, to declare your intention for this Merkabah anchor. Do this now, please. Our unseen friends also dedicate their intentions for the good of this Merkabah energy shaft. Now, please bring your energy stream that goes to Paradise from out of your crown chakra, to a north pole point, perhaps 10 or 15 feet above us. Also the energy stream from your base chakra, connect that to the south pole point. Now instantaneously, these energies come together and have formed the energy anchor of the Merkabah. It’s a very brilliant light electric blue, with some light electric lime- green colors and inside that, if you were to see, your would see the double helix of the pink and blue heart and mind lines, entwining themselves to Paradise and to earth center.

And now, this globe of energy, these meridian lines and longitude lines from us, spins rapidly, so rapidly it looks like a dynamo; it looks like a gold, whirling globe. Now, each one of you has your heart energy please connect your heart energy to the heart line, which is pink. It runs from your heart to earth center, and up to the person on your left, to their heart center, and so it has a bobbing motion from earth center to your heart, down and then up to your neighbor’s heart to your left and so on, around the circle. It moves clockwise as you would look at it from above. Now we are all joined together with our heart energy and the heart energy of the universe. We are deeply connected with Mother Spirit energy.

Now connect your mind to the mind line. It is a brilliant electric blue, and it rotates to the right, counter-clockwise as you look from above, and it rotates approximately 10-30 times faster than the heart line. It goes from temple to temple, from my right temple to the person on your right’s left temple, and through her to the next person’s left temple, and around counter-clockwise. So one goes one way, and one goes the other. Now, we, working with one mind and one heart, dedicate this Merkabah energy here in this location. We ask our unseen friends to dedicate it and consecrate it, and we invoke the presence of the Almighty Creator’s energy in this anchor, for now and for always. This is here for everyone’s use, from any point in the earth. And as you connect to it, use it for right intention. And so it is! (And so it is!)

While we have this wonderful Merkabah here, let’s use it. So take the next 2 or 3 minutes to use this energy for the highest and greatest good that you can think of. I will state simply and clearly that my intention to use this is to increase the frequency of the earth energy, all through the earth, and raise it towards the energy frequency of love and peace. (Pause.) Take a few moments to complete your energy sharing, and bring your attention and focus back to the Merkabah, to the shaft.

Now there is an interesting exercise, which is very useful for using the Merkabah; it is completely manipulable with our minds, so let us expand this Merkabah, the sphere of the Merkabah that uses our lines, and have it expand past our backs, have it increase in diameter from 10-15 feet, to 100 feet outside this house. Are you able to see this in your mind’s eye? (Yes.) Now let us expand it so the outside edge to the north, expands up to Bergen Park, and the other side equally as far to the south, which is several miles about 8 miles from here. We have effectively enveloped Evergreen, Bergen Park, El Rancho, Conifer these areas. We see the vibration increasing in this area. This doesn’t violate anybody’s will, it does no one any harm, it is only here for good and it is available to all those with good intentions to use consciously or unconsciously, as they go about their day, their evening, in prayer or in their active mind.

Now let us expand this to the eastern shore of the United States, and an equal distance out into the Pacific, into the north way into Canada, and south way into Mexico and Central America. You see as well, that the lines now have begun to go deep, deep, deep into the earth, and higher into the atmosphere. In this container of energy, you can use that to bring harmony to the atmosphere, to the water, to the weather, the crops, to all the scenery, plants and animals and to the humans. Your heart is connected and fills this area with its energy; your mind fills this area with energy of the mind, of Divine Order of the Mind of the Creator.

Now let us expand this so we enclose the whole globe, the whole world, with this Merkabah energy. We have effectively put our good intentions to work throughout the whole world, and this has a powerful effect upon all of those who are in kinship with this vibration, with this intention, with the heart energy. In doing so, we become one with the Divine Intentions of the Creator, for the good of all people, wherever they are those who are religious and those who are not; those who are spiritual and those who are not; those who are free and those who are imprisoned; those who are wealthy and those who are impoverished for everyone’s good. In closing, let us call a blessing upon all these people. We know the love of the Creator flows through us to these people; it flows directly to them, and we ask, urge those with closed minds to open their consciousness to the love and the presence of the Creator; to the love and presence of their neighbor and their friends and in their enemies. Sit in the presence of this for awhile and be "one" with this. Bask in the love, the flow of prosperity, Divine Order, Divine Timing that flows in you, through you, to all others and blesses you, too. (Pause.) Bring your awareness to the center, please. When you are ready, open your eyes and become aware of the group presence here; stay connected with the Merkabah.

Student: I feel like I’m at Yellowstone! It’s kind of relaxing.

Cayce: I thought, "Boy, that’s a big pot of coffee!" (Much laughter.)

Daniel: I like that Merkabah expansion business that’s just awesome, wonderful! Well, let’s see what Sondjah has to say. Let me take a few moments to settle myself.

SONDJAH: Good evening, this is Sondjah. (Welcome.) Thank you for your welcome, friends. It is wonderful to be here. I, through your eyes, see the world as you see it. Tonight I have seen the skating rinks on the lake and the lights and the jubilant people skating about and enjoying the snow, the ice and the cold, and the physical exuberance of being with others and being on the ice and skating. You live in a remarkable world. There are few quite like this. You will be quite astounded in your afterlife, to go traveling and visiting other worlds that are inhabited. To see the remarkable terrains, the remarkable architectures, the natural architecture of the worlds there are whole worlds that are architectural in nature, and which have been built for the purposes of habitation and of education and living. These are the morontial worlds.

You as well will be able to visit other worlds that are material, such as this that you live on, to visit and to be of service to other people in other locations, much as many celestial teachers are here, assisting your world from their experience of living in another’s societies, on other worlds, after having gone through the mansion world schools, to prepare them for service, to prepare them for making decisions, to prepare them for becoming acquainted in a highly, multicultural universe. Few of you realize, as I have seen so often in my classes that I have taught, that you come from a diverse universe. Just as you can appreciate or disdain differences between yourselves and other countries, other nationalities, other ethnic groups, other language groups, other races in your world, you will come into contact with beings from thousands of different cultures. You will be one unique individual, among many, many cultures, and you will need to learn to abide by the differences, to explore them and to understand the multiplicities of thinking, levels of consciousness, the appreciation of the cultural differences of these worlds.

And so finally, as you mature in age, you come down to a soul level and you disregard all the exteriors that you will see, for in many ways, in the early stages of your morontial life, you will carry the form that you have. It will be somewhat like as you are now you will be bipedal, you will have bilateral symmetry, and so on. This is a universal characteristic of most HUMANS (put that in large terms,) sentient beings, those with souls, which have God consciousness and are invested by the presence of God. It is quite an adventure, and if you like to travel in this world, you will simply love what you are going to experience in the afterlife.

Now, for tonight’s message. We have given you and I can say "we" as I work with a Teaching Council, those who assist me in writing the lesson plans that we give you we have prepared you with several questions from last time: Do you remember them? (Yes.) You were given several distinct relationship paradigms, and we wanted you to think about these different relationships. And for those who were not here last time, you were to think about the procreative couple: What would this family look like? You may want to add onto that: What would their "marriage" look like? What would their relationship contract look like? Now, when you talk about "marriage", you have sentiments about that. When we talk about "marriage", we do not think of these relationships with sentiment; we think of these relationships as contractual, with intentions for joining together. There are outcomes that you both desire, and there are things that you want to work against, so that your relationship continues.

When we speak of "marriage", we speak of it much differently than you do. You have heartstrings attached to this "marriage" word, and that often causes you great distress, as your emotional connection to these relationships skews your rational thinking. Also you are usually not thinking from the perspective of higher mindedness, of two soul entities coming together to engage their lives in the pursuit of growth, while enjoying love, companionship, sharing, giving, taking, and the union that occurs between two individuals who are intimate, which is quite unique to each relationship. You will be quite astounded about the relationships that exist on other worlds, but you have enough problems with your own, without getting into those. (A chuckle from the students.)

We also spoke about the procreative couple, those two young individuals who come together with the intention of begetting/raising children. This is the primary purpose of this procreative family, this procreative relationship. This is perhaps the most complex of all relationships, and you know as well as I do that it is daunting for young people without life experience to engage each other and bring new beings into existence, without training, without preparation, without the experience of grandparents, and so you make lots of mistakes, and in doing so, you learn a lot. There is much to learn in this special relationship.

Remember that we also gave you an assignment of examining the childless couple, who also are young and could be procreative if they wish to, or perhaps there are medical or physical reasons not to. It is a matter of choice, coming together to have no children. What would their relationship look like? What kinds of agreements would they make? What would be the intention for the relationship? Remember, that we specifically told you very pointedly, that you must come up with an understanding of the intention for each of these relationships, and there are no limits to that. We did not set any parameters on that, and we will not, for [in] this you are the humans; you are the people who live with these relationships. You must generate the parameters and intentions for existing and living and growing, within these relationships.

Then there was the couple, a relationship of those who are after 50, and those who are after 70, who wish to come together and be in relationship. And of course, there is the individual, who chooses not to be in a relationship with another individual, but who is in relationship to society, to their culture. They too must have if you accept this as an assignment, then you must come up with an intention, or several intentions, for being singular, out of relationship, out of intimate relationship. Therefore, you would have an agreement, a contract with yourself, with your society. It would be one-sided, but on the other hand, just as in any relationship or contract, there are two receivers and two givers, and so you would be the giver, and the society would be the receiver but you also receive something as a single individual, from society.

Did I leave any out? (No, there doesn’t appear to be.) Therefore, your task was to choose a sub-Team in which you would like to work. I will let this one come to awareness and each of you raise your hand and begin buddying up with 1, 2 or 3 people, who have like interests. Some of you said you would want to work in designing a singular relationship, meaning a single person, not in relationship with another person intimately or socially. Others of you have engaged in, and volunteered to work in the childless couple, and that is as far as we have it so far.

It does not matter that there may be some relationships, which are not represented by working sub-teams here do you understand? What we are looking for from you is that you work with 2 or 3 other individuals, and begin to explore this. Remember, this is a familiarization process; it may be that after tonight’s session that you may say, "No I don’t want to work in this group. I want to work in another group; I want to work on another relationship." So tonight is an exploratory time, for you to get to know a relationship with 2 or 3 other people, but we would like you to make a dedicated effort to remain on one project, once you dedicate yourself to that, after tonight.

Tonight is orientation/exploration, so you will join with 2 or 3 other people 1 or 2 other people and I would hope that you will have a minimum of no less than 2 people per group. If you are working by yourself, we would hope that you would join with another group, as this too is a social exercise. Even though you are working on a project, you are working on your own growth! There is no escape from that. I will let this one come to awareness and we will reconvene in 20-30 minutes which would you prefer? Was 20 minutes too short last time? Let’s strive to hold to 20 minutes, and then you can also always come back, engage me with questions, if you wish, and we can go at it again, if you wish. Now remember, that you do not work alone. At 20 minutes, we will reconvene and make a decision, but eventually, it will happen that as you begin to work on your projects, you will need some clarification. That is why we have made this one free and not joined to a group, so that he is able to provide my guidance, assistance and insights to you, if you wish, to your sub-teams. Is that clear? (Yes.) So let us now recess for 20 minutes to your teams.


SONDJAH: You know my friends, we thoroughly enjoy these convivial occasions, as much or more than you do. We perceive your energies on many levels, and we see an engagement of yourselves, between yourselves, each other, in ways which you do not perceive, but which you only become acquainted with after knowing someone for a long time. These engagements, these levels of attachment and conversation are measurable to us.

You have begun the task of forming small working teams. We will continue with this into the future, into our next meeting. We will have new members at that time, and of course, we will start over. You will find that your partnership in some of these teams will be fluid, that you will have a principal interest that you want to work on, but when there is no someone to partner with in a sub-team with you, then you would move to another team to work and assist them. You will learn a tremendous amount about your own issues and situations, the problems or situation you are working on, by being a participant on other teams. You will find that over time, you will have a great deal to contribute, even in teams which seem to be quite at a distance or disparate from your own. You will have a familiarity with the whole spectrum of human relationships in a few months and this will help you in many ways in your personal life and in this team setting.

We will not do a review now, unless you desire to do so. You have reviewed your findings with your associates, your partners in these teams. Keep your notes during the week and add to them, if you wish. Your work and participation is not limited to these team settings, but you can work on your projects at home at will, whenever you wish. You will then have material to contribute when you come together, and to reflect on. You will build your bridges much more quickly this way.

We thank you for coming here tonight and engaging this problem and these situations in these relationships. We will close and then we would like to listen in on your group discussion, to see what you came to. Are there any questions before I close?

Student: Thanks for your assistance this evening.

SONDJAH: You are most welcome. I look forward to assisting you and working with you, and also to listen to your findings, as the days and weeks pass. With that I will bid you good night, but not good-bye. I am here with you and available to you during the week, whenever you think of me or this work. I am available to you at any time. Remember friends, you have an open door to a huge library, through the Merkabah from anyplace that you reside or travel. Blessings to you God bless you as you are always blessed it is a matter of becoming conscious of those blessings and holding the intention of reflecting them to others during your days. Good night. (Students: Good night, Sondjah. Thank you.)


Evergreen Co-Creative Design Team, #4
Evergreen, Colorado
Celestial teacher: Monjoronson & Sondjah
TR: Daniel Raphael
January 4, 2008

MONJORONSON: Good evening, this is Monjoronson. (Welcome) Thank you for your welcome. What this group has been going through is in measure, a huge example set for the rest of the teams that are to come. You have an incredibly conscious process and engagement with the co-creative design teams. Your relationship with Sondjah Melchizedek is remarkable; many of you see him as your friend, as a friend, neighbor and consultant, one of high regard. Know that we are in the process of replicating this team process throughout the world. Just as we have moved forward very rapidly, since the Co-Creative Design Team seminar and retreat in Utah, to replicate that several times over this year, so too you are making history and making shortcuts for those ahead, who will engage this process. You have an awareness of the magnitude of this journey, of this mission; we hope you have the patience to walk this path as diligently as those in the past, who walked it through faith. Your faith though now, is engaged with the real personalities of myself, Sondjah and many other individuals, whom you will come to know by name in the near future.

We are here to assist you, and you assist all others in your consciousness, through the pattern of your thinking, through the concepts you have of this process. You, consciously or unconsciously are setting a pattern that will be replicated by others. You are not aware of that, but we will use this pattern and set it upon other groups for them to adopt and to adapt. Not every team will be similar as yours, though many thousands in the future will be almost identical. Your operation now is hither, thither, and fairly scattered, but soon you will become to be centered upon the tasks at hand and become very productive. And even in your productiveness, this chore will last for decades. You can take one project at a time, and work it through a few weeks at a time, to see accomplishment, purpose, goals being met and achievements, which you had not thought of before. You are connected to the mind line of the universe. You are also connected to the mind line of every individual in this group. You have a shared consciousness. So too, are your hearts united and joined together in this heartfelt exercise of love, work and dedication. You are remarkable individuals, and I hold you high and remember, though you cannot see it, your faces will be seen in the halls and archives of our morontial world. We thank you for your time, and now I release this time to Sondjah.

SONDJAH: This is Sondjah. Well, back to work! We have observed you during these last two weeks, and have remarked about your interaction, your fervor, your dedication and your zeal; your enthusiasm fairly sparks like fireworks that many have seen these past few days. You now are set to begin a new round of work in these paradigms of relationships. You have the opportunity to now focus upon a much more narrow task. Tonight I ask only one thing of you to do, and that is, for each paradigm of relationship that you work with and identify, your only chore is to write actually write an intention for being a part of this relationship. In other words, if you were an individual who is 50 or older, who wanted to be in companionship with another, you would write your intention. What is my intention for being in relationship with this person, and we are not talking neighbors or friends, we are talking about an intimate, personal relationship where you share a home together, or some residence, where you are in close interaction with this person, many hours of every day, of every week, through many years. Do you understand this so far? (Yes.)

Then I will ask you to adjourn to your groups, and remember that this is a fluid process now, that we have new members who have not been here before, and we have members who were here last time, but who are not here today. You will need to move about and find the teams that you work in, and we may need to have placards that you hold up, so you can join together more quickly. We anticipate that you will explain to the newcomers, what these paradigms are. We will share this with them through this one, and through email, the journal that is kept by this one and shared with you all. Please take 20 minutes in this coming process, where upon we will rejoin in this larger group. You can have a few minutes we will allow 2 minutes for each group, 3 at the most to report and then this one will go into stillness and be available. I will be available through him, to answer your questions, inquiries or statements that you wish to make, after which we can come to a closure, unless there is more work that you wish to do. I will now wait for you to meet.

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Daniel: I want to take just a few minutes to get centered, okay, and that’s my process and when my consciousness is way up, the quality I don’t think is very good, and so the farther and deeper I get into this semi-trance state, the better it works for me. Okay?

SONDJAH: Well, my friends, you have come together and have met, shared your ideas, you have written your own intentions and you have come to a collective intention. You have begun the most elemental step of devising and designing sustainable relationships. You have worked on two particular relationships at this time. You will find that working on one will give you much leverage for working on others, even though you may not have an interest in that one for yourself. You are workers now; you are people who are in the line of responsibility for developing designs. We would ask you, when you come together again, to make sure/ensure that you address, all the various levels of a relationship, that we were building a diagram for you that as our weeks progress, you are seeing a diagram becoming more and more specific, until we get down to the bottom layers. This is essential and you will find that as tedious as this may seem, this is exactly what will be done for all elements of sustainability, material, social and civilizational.

There are so many parallels between all these layers that are addressed together, separately, and have so many similarities. You will remark about how much progress you can make later on, as you work with different paradigms of relationships and social issues. You are taking the first elemental steps of learning to work together, and then how to produce together, in a design team setting. You have had discussions, you have had sharings of opinions, you have had differences, you have had compromise, you have had insights, to see new layers of work that you have before you, and in your own thinking. Further, you each as we heard, are aware of your consciousness as having an impact on your world. Your consciousness here is elevating the world tremendously; you are sharing an idea, a pattern, a vibration that is higher than many others in your world. Your pattern will go forward to help others.

Now, when you write the paradigms, write the designs for relationships, make sure that you address all levels and layers of that relationship. One is, "What does it do for the individual?" We heard here, how much this individual could do for the other partner in the relationship. Even if you are a single person, you live in a society living consciously, you can present yourself to the world as a paradigm of a single person, who seeks and is becoming fulfilled, in relationship to society. So the layers here would be many more; it would be your singleness in relationship to your neighbors; it would be in relationship to your work group, to your social groups, to your communities, to your society at large. You have this as a service; you serve your society, your community, your family, your world, and in so doing consciously, you have an immense impact upon your world. Many upon your world now are seeking to raise the elevation, the vibration of the world: this is how you do it; you think in higher terms not idealistic, unreachable terms, but realistic, reachable terms. You are writing the fundamentals for each relationship paradigm. Soon you will be building a model on a page for this relationship.

You will then come to another layer, which are values. What are the values that you seek, [that] are there inherent and underlie the existence of this relationship, whether you are single, whether you are in your 70s with your companion; what are the shared values that you have that sustain this relationship? This is specific: What are the values? Everything always goes back to values, and so you must begin to examine that. Values always are in a relationship to others. Values provide a commonality among others and yourself; values underwrite your existence as a meaningful and fulfilling individual. Your values are immensely important. This is the bedrock and eventually we will get there.

Now, after the intentions, we come to beliefs. Beliefs are the next layer above values, then your enactment is the intentions, and then the things that you do are above that. Do you see that? These four levels? (Student: Could you repeat that the four levels?) Certainly.

At the bedrock level are values; then your beliefs, as you interpret those values onto your life, as you interact with yourself and with others. Above that is the layer of intentions: I believe these things, therefore I intend to (da,da,da,dah). Above that level is the fourth layer of doing; this is the level of living out your beliefs. This is where you see the demonstration of consistency or inconsistency between the doing and the beliefs. Doing also is verbal, it is language, it is how you present your intentions, your beliefs and your values through your words. And behind that is your thinking; of course this is where we want to go with everyone; everyone’s inner vibration and pattern is that of love. Love is the combination of all many, many, many dozens upon dozens of behaviors patience, tolerance, forgiveness, earnestness, forbearance and so on. So you see that these commonalities are necessary for the sustainability of your world, as a meaningful, contributing addition to universe, where good souls, powerful souls, grow from your societies. Other questions? (Pause.) Think of them as I speak and I will provide you with a time to ask your questions.

You are in relationship here; we asked you to make an intention when you first began this service tonight, this work tonight. This is your declaration of why you are here, and this will give you food for thought for the week ahead, as you go home, to think about your intentions for your life, your intentions for being here, your intentions for having children or not your intentions and beliefs and values, you have for all those paradigms of relationship. This will give you a great deal to think upon and be able to contribute or ask further questions next week. Now, the questions if you have any?

Casey: Sondjah, I’d like to ask, is unconditional love possible in this world?

SONDJAH: Most certainly! (Thank you.) This is demonstrated every day, through loving couples who have children, who earnestly and dearly love their children, who want to be there to model for them, to care for them, to nurture them and to assist that child, even as young as it is, only weeks old, to fulfill its life to the greatest extent of its potential. This is truly unconditional love. It is made more difficult when that individual takes on their own beliefs, their own thinking, their own language and their own discussions with you teenagers are an issue in point! (Chuckling from group.)

Michael: Sondjah, would it be correct to say that nothing in the universe is sustainable, unless it or people in relationships, if that’s what we’re focusing on unless they are able to see and feel and know themselves as love?

SONDJAH: Let us put the answer to your question this way: There are sustainable relationships that exist on your world. As we have seen, many, many millions of them come and go, through individuals who do not have within them the beliefs that they value in themselves, for themselves, though they know they must express those values to others, to their children or to their subordinates or to those in power. Sustainable relationships exist best when they are clearly invested in the individual, those beliefs of sustainability, of worthiness. You may find another answer if you rephrase your question.

Michael: Well, I guess my assumption in the question is that sustainability is the ongoing, forever and ever energy of love, and in relationships, that includes the ongoing love even after one or both bodies dissipate and go away. And to me, the sustainability in that sense can exist only if there is an abiding sense that each person is in fact, essentially only love, as the product of the Creator.

[This is Daniel: He’s going to pull a Jesus on you now.]

Michael: That’s okay, he’s . . . .

SONDJAH: You know these things to be true, is that right? (Yes.) Do you express them in your life? (Yes.) And are you love total love? (Yes.) And do you express that totally in your thinking towards yourself and towards all other people, all the time? (No, not all the time.) This ideal that we have presented to you is a workable objective to attain. You can attain it in your life, a sustainable relationship between yourself and with God and your higher self, the God within. This provides you with hope, [and] though you may never achieve a sustainable relationship even with yourself, there is the hope that you can.

It is the intentions that you write upon your heart, which live always through your infinite career. You write those intentions now, for the rest of your existence into Paradise. This may mean thousands, if not millions of years, before you are embraced by the Creator in Paradise, but your intentions for living give you hope, give you purpose, give you meaning, the potential of fulfillment and satisfaction, and eventually of unlimited love and harmony in the universe, in yourself, with others and with God.

What is essential that you learn here is that there is hope, that this is neither a hopeless planet to live on, nor one that is impossible to learn lessons to help you achieve the infinite life that you desire. You are all here, knowing that there is an afterlife, an infinite career that ascends towards Paradise, through many eons and many, many lives. You have begun a journey that begins with your intentions for your life. (Thank you.)

Hearing no further questions, I will adjourn and you are welcome to reconvene in your groups if there is time, until you dismiss yourselves to work on the values, beliefs, intentions and behaviors. Though this perhaps may be better put aside to another day next week; it is your choice. I bless you, as Monjoronson blesses you, and which Christ Michael blesses you now as well. Know that you have received an anointing, otherwise you would not have been called, and you would not have responded. Know that you are beloved of God, of Christ Michael and us. Nebadonia radiates her love through your lives in all regards. Good night. (Good night and thank you.)



Evergreen Co-Creative Design Team, #5
Evergreen, Colorado
Celestial Teacher: Sondjah Melchizedek
TR: Daniel Raphael
January 14, 2008

SONDJAH: Good Evening, this is Sondjah. Welcome to the local Co-Creative Design Team in Evergreen and Conifer. It is a blessing to have you here. What you perhaps do not realize is that each one of you is affected by the presence of others in this group. You are affected by the collective energy and the increase of vibration of this group, in yourself. Increase of vibration is always towards that of love; it is not the love that you may be acquainted with, but it is the love of the universe, and that is the ultimate frequency of the universe. It emanates from the Creator. This love is the coordinating, organizing, impressing vibration that runs throughout the universe. All is in Divine order according to that, except where individuals choose not to be, either out of conscious decision or out of ignorance.

This program of the Correcting Time, Co-Creative Design Team, has the intention of educating the people on your planet, so that you can become fully actualized, participating souls and individuals in the universe, as billions of other beings are throughout the universe, on millions of planets. You are being given an opportunity to co-creatively engage the future of your world. We have told you before that your world could be healed in the twinkling of an eye through fiat, by miracle, by command of the Creator, and as we have said before too, what would you learn from that? You would learn nothing, and so you learn in your experiential, material ways, through experience, through participating with us in the healing of your planet.

This will be a very rapid process, compared to the millions of years that it took for your world to get to where it is now. Many tens of thousands of years have passed, and you are now in the state where you have the capacity, ability, presence, and consciousness, to engage us in a material, palpable way for reforming and healing your world. This will be rapid, but only in comparison to the tens of thousands of years of history that precede it. This effort will take decades, to make progress, and within two centuries, with capable and conscientious effort, you and millions of others will make huge strides and advancements in your civilization. That as preamble, gets us to the point of where we are tonight, in our Co-Creative Design Team.

You have heard a brief recitation of previous lessons, and the progress that has taken place to date. Tonight, your assignment is brief; it is simple to be written down and I would ask that you do this, that when I give you a brief set of instructions, that you write down the essence of that so that when you go to your sub-teams, you are able to stay on task and you can meet the criteria of the assignment. Do you understand? (Yes.) Thank you. The question tonight is this and I will ramble on a bit, before I ask the question in previous lessons, you were given the assignment of examining the various relationships of human existence, that are preferred and desired and needed by individuals, to grow socially, morally, ethically and spiritually. You were then given a set of approximately 5 or 6 relationships, where you were asked to examine those relationships.

Another lesson asked you to write an intention for this relationship, as a sort of definition that defines this relationship from others. You reported last time very well and I applaud you and congratulate you on coming to some of the universals that exist in all relationships. You have done good homework by doing this. The values, beliefs, intentions and so on, of a relationship are important to have set out. You wrote those and worked on them last time.

This time, I ask you to now define that relationship, as different from the other relationships. What is it about this relationship that distinguishes it as being different from those other relationships? This will require you to exclude the other relationships. Borrow upon all the universal values that exist in all these higher ideal-designed relationships, to get to the point where you see that this relationship is different from the other relationships, where the intention is different that the goals and fulfillment one would experience as a human, in this relationship, would be different than the other relationships. Is that clear or have I muddled it up for you? (Clear.) Others? Are there any questions regarding that?

Student: I have a question, Sondjah. (Certainly.) Somehow, I’m a little confused because it feels to me like all relationships are based on the same unconditional love regardless, and I don’t understand the need for defining ourselves separate from, if it’s all based on unconditional love.

SONDJAH: Unconditional love is a general quality that you would want to experience in all relationships, but why would a couple decide to live together and not have children? What would be the intention of doing so? (Okay. That’s clear now. Thank you.) You are certainly welcome. Any other clarifying questions?

You will see that I am marching you ahead, and sometimes you will feel like we are going 2 steps forward, and 1 step back, and when you step back you will have the experience of prior sessions with us together to lean upon, to use and to borrow, to help you proceed farther. You are beginning to grasp this process and you are gaining experience and knowledge about the process and how these fundamentals lend to all relationships, but we now look to the distinguishing traits/characteristics of each relationship, as being distinct from others. This will lend itself later towards a clearer definition and identification of these relationships, so that if you were to go out and teach other individuals in a group, who wondered about being and wanted to be in a relationship, but didn’t have an idea of what they were doing or why they were entering the relationship. You could counsel them and coach them along the way. You are beginning to grasp and assume and hold onto greater knowledge and skill in this process.

Now, I would ask you to disband to your sub-groups. Remember that this is a fluid process. Last time we had fewer people and so there were only 2 groups that worked on 2 relationships. Now we have more people and the only requirement is that there be at least 2 people per relationship paradigm that they want to work on. You will have to figure out how to find those who think as you do, those who have interests as yourself. I will now release you and we will come back in 20 minutes and give recaps for each group. Thank you.

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The sub-teams come back to the Team, discuss their findings among themselves and then wait for Sondjah to engage them, again.

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SONDJAH: This is Sondjah. Thank you so very much for engaging these questions, these situations so earnestly. You have grown a great deal through your interaction with each other in your two groups, and you have shared much with each other. We are deeply gratified by your earnestness, your sincerity and your intentions and dedication. You have made a commitment worthy of fulfillment, one that you will see in coming weeks ahead, to become more and more fulfilled.

I would ask someone who wishes to, to begin grasping parts of this whole puzzle, to begin recording these pieces. There are truly universal gems of wisdom coming out of your mouths, during these discussions. These must not be lost. You are beginning to see the larger piece of the Swiss cheese, as this one often calls it. You are seeing the full dimensions, the full plane of the slice of Swiss cheese; you see more and more that is being filled in, so that the continuity of human growth, of human mortal spiritual growth [and] social growth, becomes continuous.

You will in weeks to come, find that one step leads to another, and that in a thoroughly integrated, growing, spiritized relationship, that for children who have been raised this way, they can enter into relationships that begin with procreation or not and transform themselves into the various stages of relationship that are sustainable from that of young couples, to those who are near to their demise. You are beginning to tie together the bits and pieces to find continuity. Keep this in mind; keep in mind that continuity is sustainability, that what underlies sustainability is the important factors that you have been discussing.

You have discussed the values, the beliefs, the intentions and the behaviors of each relationship. Once you begin doing that, you will have and understanding of how it will transform into the next relationship, that it can do so consciously. You have also differentiated the conscious, evolving relationship from those that are not, and so you have engaged this arena of spiritual growth within a relationship. This is truly an important differentiation that will permeate all the work that you will do in the future. We encourage you to take notes, and to begin making the couplings of ideas, so that you continue to have larger and larger couplings of ideas, so that eventually you will have continuity. You can either do this in your mind, and you will come to an "Ah-ha" eventually, and say, "Oh, that’s how it works" or you will continue to make notes and devise and develop them on paper. Either one is suitable.

I am very pleased with how you have been progressing, and how you have developed your working relationships in the groups. You may continue in the two larger groups, if you wish, or you can sub-divide later on; it makes no difference to us; it is a matter of productivity and efficiency within your group process. Please be aware of this: All of you are very intelligent, very well educated and you were aware of this in advance, so make your choices accordingly. We were listening in, as this one was as well, that perhaps you would wish to have a longer period of time to work on your projects. Is this the case? (Several said "yes.")

Then let us return in a week and begin where you left off. We will have our opening session, our uniting together energetically. I will give you a brief opening and we will release you promptly to engage your session for the full duration of the evening, and we will then return and decide what to do at that time. Are there any further questions that you would like to raise at this time? (None.)

We thank you for your presence; we abide with you during this week. We will be visiting you as we have been; know that we are present with you, know that you make a contribution to the whole group, even though you may be dispersed over many miles of being apart. You have become identified with each other; you have a badge on yourself much as those in the military do, where they have the ribbons of the campaigns and so on. So, too, do you have this wonderful mark of light in your auras, in your being, which others identify and recognize. We wish you well this coming week and look forward to meeting with you once again. Good evening.

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SONDJAH: This is Sondjah, once again. You have raised a valuable point about whether to continue on as a large group, working on one paradigm of relationship at a time, week after week, changing per week, or to remain in sub- groups. Did I get the gist of that correct? (Yes.) It is our wish that you continue with the sub-groups and we only wish there were more than two sub-groups, that you would have 2 or 3 groups or more working on 2, 3, or 4 paradigms of relationships. We like to see the mix of you working together.

We do not want you to become staid and stuck in an authoritarian structured environment. We truly know that you each have differences and that you work better with others than you do with some, that you wish not necessarily [to] exclude yourself from those who have differences, but to find those who have similarities, and so your work together is much more productive. We wish that the groups have as little gate keeping and structuring as possible, that you each become aware of the group and your responsibilities to it.

When you have more than 5 and past 7, you have greater and greater difficulty remaining cohesive; you end up as someone said, you end up with side conversations and the swirl of energy and activity begins to tear away from the main focus of the group. It will require you to be much more focused as an individual, and responsible for your participation, rather than being unconscious and unaware and giving a superficial participation in the larger group. You must remain on task as much as you can, aware of the chore at hand. We know that this is tedious for some of you and that you have your feet closer to the fire, but we find that you are more productive. And too, this is training for you for the future, when you too, wish to engage this with other groups, if you choose to do this in the future, on your own with our assistance.

Many of you will become teachers of this process, if you choose. Certainly no one will live out the rest of their life without being unaffected by this, for this will have a powerful effect on your personhood, your individuality and your participation in any relationship. You have made wonderful distinctions, which will assist you, all the rest of your life. You will feel quite differently when you enter into relationship and act out unconsciously, and then become aware of what you had done and you will feel some embarrassment and chagrin we know that this has occurred already. We hope that this does not discomfort you too much to break up into the smaller groups, but it is for the larger long-term good of our efforts. We hope that you appreciate this in time. We would like to close this evening at this time, to let you be on your way, so you can rest and prepare for the week. We wish that you would also organize yourselves to agree upon a future date next week, if you are able to. Good night.