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LIFE TASK and 9 PILLARS w/Report (LIVE)
MEntity: Hello to you, Lori. We are here with you. We will coordinate and deliver your report now.
First, we will revisit your Life Task phrase as shared with Troy:
"Discovering and honoring personal boundaires as a form of intimacy."
This phrasing would not necessarily need to be changed or updated, but
by doing so, it can be better understood as to how it has been
This Life Task turned out to be fulfilled by you in a way that may be
described as "Accepting people as they are. Or not."
MEntity : We will elaborate upon this in a moment, after we share your pillars.
MEntity : PERSONAL QUADRATE or Pillars of Vitality:
MEntity : True Play: literally playing; exploring something new; challenging perceptions;
MEntity : True Study: your self; true surrender; enduring affection;
True Rest: laughing in a group; wandering (lost in links) (exploring
with no obvious direction); sharing confessions, or the truth.
MEntity : These are but a handful of suggestions from a multitude of suggestions we, or you, may find relevant.
MEntity : COMMUNITY QUADRATE or Pillars of Harmony:
True Spirit: Independently-Mobile Beings; Ritual; Arts.
True Health: Feeding; Sleeping; Socializing.
MEntity : True Home: Urban, Mountain, Ocean.
PLANETARY QUADRATE or Pillars of Transformation: True Love through
Perseverance; True Core through Quietude; True Gift through Trust.
We returned to your Life Task phrase and see that it can be more
precisely worded as "Accepting people as they are. Or not." This is
because the effort to explore and understand the boundaries of others
came to be simplified as not being as important as whether you liked
that person, or not.
Boundaries were realized to be something that are clear when there is
mutual compassion and kindness, but when that is not a part of the
dynamic, then the boundaries of another person, and yourself, can tend
to shift too much to keep track of it in any meaningful way.
So the emphasis shifted to how you could learn to like those who are
difficult to like, or how to like those parts of yourself that are
difficult to like.
MEntity : In that way, the boundaries not only soften, but stop shifting so much.
MEntity : By "boundaries" we mean those lines where one can tend to feel hurt or defense if crossed.
LoriA : yes
MEntity : The more you like a person, the less rigid your boundaries, and vice versa.
This Task continues to be of emphasis, and shows up in various
relationships. Over time, the emphasis shifted toward those you love, or
are "supposed" to love. It came to be important to like, not love,
because love is unconditional and non-attached. One can love someone,
and not like him or her. But when someone "likes" someone, agape almost
always follows, because "like" allows room for the attachments,
expectations, and conditions.
You needed to learn to live with your disappointments, frustrations,
and resentments as if they were a PART of love, and not a factor in
defining the value or meaning of your love.
MEntity : We think you have been doing Good Work in fulfilling this Task.
LoriA : Thank You
The Personal Pillars support the Task by suggesting various ways to
engage the positive aspects of the Personality for Play, Rest, and
Study. The suggestions offered here are for consideration and not a
prescription, but if each were to be explored it may be found that these
activities trigger deeper resonance to parts of the self that can
rejuvenate, revitalize, and focus the Personality in ways that support
The Community Pillars support the Task in ways that help the
Personality to participate within more intimate circles and the more
immediate relationship with the world. The suggestions are offered a
bit more specifically than those suggested for the Personal Pillars.
The three suggestions for each Pillar relate to ways to draw a sense of
Spirit, Health, and Home from your world around you.
The Planetary Pillars support the Task in ways that would help the
Personality to imprint the world with its personal teaching. These are
highly specific to you and we choose these suggestions carefully.
What we suggested for True Love is based on our perception of where
your Personality finds its greatest capacity for Loving, and in your
case it is when you Persist. You do not give up. You want to give up.
You may think you cannot persist. But you do. And this is your most
unconditional expression of Love in this life.
MEntity : What we suggested for True Core is Quietude.
This is based on our perception of where or how your Personality finds
its greatest capacity for sharing its Truth in the world.
In your case, we chose the word "quietude" because it is when you
actively calm down, find your center, and function again, you have just
brought your truth into the world.
Quietude is not necessarily quiet, but it is a carrying of calmness and
a return to a center when it would otherwise have been lost.
LoriA : I see
MEntity : In other words, when you stop reacting, your truth comes through.
MEntity : Your truth tends to be a teaching of how to return to yourself when you feel it has been lost, or is being lost.
MEntity : Over time, this has turned into a truth of how it is never truly lost, or threatened. Ever.
MEntity : And finally, your True Gift is described as Trust.
One's True Gift is how one brings courage out of the Personality and into the world.
When you choose to Trust, you have called upon a great amount of courage.
MEntity : Not only in yourself, but in the person choosing to be trusted.
It is empowering of that person when you trust.
LoriA : :-)
When fearful, there can be a removal of trust as an effort to remove
that person's power, and this does not "feel right."
MEntity : Because it goes counter to your natural courage. To your natural gift.
When you allow room for the unknown and the innocent, and do not find
this to be a contradiction to trust, you help bring a pool of strength
to your entity and to the world in a way that allows for others to find
or create their own.
Trust is not blind. It is based on experience, so to toss out all
experience for the sake of making a point, it can feel awful.
MEntity : To call upon experience and knowledge, even in the face of the unknown and difficult, is courageous.
MEntity Is trust.
LoriA : Yes
We will conclude here for today. Your transcript will include further
reading to help elaborate upon the concepts shared here.