97 Grey: Beginning of Life (97.18)

Beginning of Life

[00:04:34] You know, in America, I’ve had my life threatened quite often now, because the fundamentalist Christians are very upset with the fact that the soul doesn’t enter the body until 88 degrees of the sun before birth. There is no true human being until to the moment that the soul enters the body. There is no true human being until the soul enters the body. This is very important for women of the modern generation to understand that they are not taking the life. That dealing with fishes and creatures, they’re dealing with a mechanism. But that mechanism has not been imbued with its personality consciousness. And what we are as a true human is the combination of all of those things. (So my record’s 14 in a row by the way, if you beat that we’ll give you a prize. Don’t be sorry. You don’t have any choice.). [00:05:35][61.4]

[00:05:48] This is when the, you’ll notice something here, something important to see in all of this configuration that takes place in the first 88 degrees of the vehicle, there’s only one complete stream that is there. And it’s a stream of instinct, a complete stream of instinct is there. It’s the logical thing for us to understand that that level. When you’re looking at stage seven, the building of the root, this 24 degrees of the sun, this is the moment that you really have the beginnings of a serious life process. That’s the moment that the complete instinctive package is there. This is uh, all the adrenaline energy that’s available for the root center, the building of the root center. And of course, the second aspect of fear in the instinct. That aspect of fear of failure and that we know that the instinct carries with it all of the basic memory. So this is when the memory system clicks in. Very important. That is uh, if it was possible to go through a rebirthing process where you could go back into the womb and go through the whole gestation period where you would get to is that you would get to this point of 24 degrees of the sun and there’s nowhere else to go. You can’t remember any further than that. This is the moment that the instinctive memory of an individual living thing is established. And one of the things that’s so interesting about that is that this memory that’s here, this is going to be an indication of the quality of memory for the vehicle. In other words, how deep will be the memory of that people in that sense. And this is about the nature of going through this dream. We saw that when we were looking, for example, in aspects of caring, we saw how this represents our whole involvement in the work force, and in the world. And it’s something to recognize very deeply about the nature of this machine. This machine is made to work in the world. It’s something very important to understand. This machine is there to work in the world. You know, this is this is not a tree. This is a machine that’s there to work in the world to do in the world, to have its own individual movement in the world. And it’s there to be material in nature. That is the deepest fear is not getting enough material. I’m just reading in and the American Scientist publication about the nature of this transition point from, from being in the womb to being born. And all of that is that whole capacity is established by the fetus itself. The fetus recognizes the moment where it’s not getting enough resources from the mother. That is, it’s no longer getting the sufficient oxygen that it needs. And then it begins the whole process starting from its hypothalamus to get this whole process in which it eventually triggers the cutting off of that supply so it can come into the world and it can be born. So the coming of the adrenaline system is very, very important because it’s out of the adrenaline that this child will actually be able to separate itself from its mother. And it’s out of this system here that it recognizes whether it has enough resources or not. Very, very important to understand that our machine is resource oriented. We all know that. We have to feed these things. And feeding these things takes up most of our time. We call it work. We intellectualize it. We say we do this or that or whatever the case may be. But what we’re doing is we’re feeding the machine. This is the nature of what this machine is about. It says, I must have we must have the resources to stay alive. This is a very deep force. This is the whole business about being able to integrate and for this machine to be able to do its work. [00:10:23][274.7]

[00:10:27] Don’t monkey’s speak? So to get to the little children of five years old, why don’t monkeys have language? And then the nasty answer is because they don’t like to work. Uh, yeah, right here. But. Does it work? Does it? One of the. [00:10:56][29.0]

[00:10:58] Try to imagine what this looks like and four dimensional field, because if you if you follow this line, you’ve got a spiral here right. It’s a spiral. It’s a spiral that winds down, and goes down from the throat to G and he goes to the heart and goes down here to the splenic and goes down to the root, and then it’s going to start to movement going back up. It’s a spiral of energy. It’s like a spring being set. This spring for life itself. And when you when you get to stage seven, that’s when the life really takes hold. That’s the thing to understand. That is that’s the point that fetal development really starts to go to work, at that point. This is when you have these enormous jumps that start taking place so quickly in the, in, in the structure of the fetus itself. Very, very important point. At the bottom of the spiral, to the bottom of the spiral, you come all the way down and now you’re going to take this spiraling and your going to ride the spiral back up. [00:12:07][69.1]

[00:12:08] But. Very interesting. [00:12:14][6.5]

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