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16516Re: [Meditation Society of America] Anyone here familiar with the term "Walk in"

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  • Jeff Belyea
    Jan 25, 2009
      Haha, thanks, Sean. Nice wordplay
      with alienation (Bruce Morgen most
      probably won't be able to resist a
      chance to come in with some of
      his word play. He's a master.)

      Yes, I think I'll stay a little less
      cosmic on the Mindgoal site. The
      Tin Foil Hat crowd is a little tough
      for me to take...although I do have
      compassion for their plight.

      Hoping that Bob's spreading of
      the word of your good works with
      Afghan children brings a lot of
      response. As Bob said, you walk
      the walk. That's not surprising.
      You've always been a person
      of integrity and a beautiful heart.

      Peace and love,


      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, sean tremblay <bethjams9@...>
      > Jeff,
      > I have heard the term "Walk in" before. but not in that context, the way you describe it
      is a very different phenomenon than the way I have heard it used before.  I had heard
      others describe it as an "Alien" or "Other Being" possesion for lack of a better word.  And
      usualy this is described by folks I can best say are prone to paranoid delusion and this
      provides a convinient way of explaining thier feelings of Alienation (not a deliberate pun
      but I'll take it)
      > So givin the power of words over intent I haave to confess the  first sound of the words
      "Walk in" set off my automatic BS detector, but this is clearly not what you are describing. 
      Just a heads up that by useing this term in your Mindgoal project you might be inviting
      the "Tin foil hat" crowd, but that might be fun also!
      > And some folks think Eziekiel was talking to a space ship
      > Take care
      > --- On Sun, 1/25/09, Jeff Belyea <jeff@...> wrote:
      > From: Jeff Belyea <jeff@...>
      > Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Anyone here familiar with the term "Walk in"?
      > To: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Sunday, January 25, 2009, 12:28 PM
      > The question comes up as
      > a result of a 'rune reading'
      > offered yesterday as part of
      > world yoga day, in which the
      > reader said her sources told
      > her to acknowledge me as
      > a "walk in", and from still feeling
      > a little buzzed from what you
      > will read below:
      > "You are a walk in," she said
      > in a very matter-of- fact way.
      > Not being familiar with term,
      > the next step after coming home
      > was to go the internet and
      > research this term.
      > A little relevant piece of
      > "his story" first:
      > On a July 21st, many years
      > ago, at about 9:30am, while
      > in the midst of an often repeated
      > mantra that had been going on
      > for several months, "Let me die",
      > a shift in consciousness
      > was experienced.
      > The experience paralleled
      > many reports heard from
      > Near-Death Experience; the
      > light being, the huge egg-shaped
      > blue white light, and the
      > whoosh into the very presence
      > of God, total forgiveness, a
      > sense of divine destiny - the
      > whole enchilada. (The light being
      > was considered to be the Christed
      > Jesus - or rather a merged light
      > being of all ascended masters -
      > with Jesus being my particular
      > cultural icon.
      > A walk as a Christian Mystic
      > began (Christian Mystic being
      > an all-inclusive mysticism known
      > by virtually all spiritual traditions -
      > not an exclusive club that the
      > train wreck that poses as the
      > contemporary church presents)
      > and teaching classes on the
      > Mystic Heart Meditation have
      > been ongoing ever since this
      > seminal day.
      > Included in the 'after-effects'
      > of this July 21st, early morning
      > shift was a sense of being an
      > entirely new person (entity),
      > knowing that this new person
      > had been 'enlightened' in this
      > 'event'.
      > On a more mundane level
      > (or so it seemed), allergies
      > cleared up, warts and even
      > skin scar tissue from childhood
      > cuts, scrapes and bruises
      > disappeared. And about 30
      > pounds of excess fat quickly
      > 'melted away'.
      > Just about everything in the
      > world of personal relationships,
      > career, athletic ability, decisiveness,
      > diet, and confidence changed (for
      > the better). And there has been
      > an abiding sense of living in
      > perfection - an acceptance of
      > all that happens 'in the world'
      > as perfect - regardless of
      > seeming discord.
      > Also, in this shift was and is
      > the 'certain knowledge' that
      > this new way of being - this
      > capacity to 'step into perfection'
      > and live in an invincible summer -
      > is the destiny of all humankind.
      > OK, back to the 'walk in' thing:
      > The shift and the after-effects
      > have been personally attributed
      > to the use of meditation techniques
      > to precipitate the shift into
      > a natural meditative state as
      > a waking consciousness. ..
      > but now...this new wrinkle.
      > The 'walk in' is described,
      > (closely paraphrased if not
      > precisely quoted here)
      > among other things, as an
      > exchange of 'souls' - typically
      > a result of a person who asks
      > to die, giving up the 'young
      > soul' they were born with in
      > exchange for an 'ancient soul"
      > who has been 'Christed' and
      > comes into live out their
      > final incarnation as a human
      > being -or occupying a human
      > body.
      > Included in this reading was
      > found the typical after-effects
      > of...the complete change of
      > cellular level DNA, immune system,
      > and the detoxification of the
      > body which the ancient souls
      > has now come to occupy.
      > Even mentioned were allergies
      > and skin issues...as well as
      > the 'choiceless obligation' to
      > teach about The Mystic Path
      > and the capacity for natural
      > enlightenment available to
      > all of creation.
      > Anyone here familiar with the
      > term "Walk in"?
      > Jeff
      > www.livingatwow. com
      > PS: This will be cross posted
      > on several groups. If you do not wish
      > to respond in the group forum, my email is:
      > jeff@mindgoal. com
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