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Three Veils

October 6, 2021
Three Veils

(by Alisonn Rose)

When I was around 7 or 8, a feeling would come over me, more of a question, really: Who was I before this?

The question wasn't more defined than that, but it would cause such "hard thinking" that I would almost give myself headaches. A smell or a sound would trigger these questions, or sometimes, someone's smile, laugh, or voice. I know I was someone else, it's important to remember, I would think ... and then a veil would slide over the thought.

I remember that the veil was a bright blood-red, covering everything like a velvet…

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A Rabbit Hole of a Different Nature (excerpt)

October 14, 2020
A Rabbit Hole of a Different Nature (excerpt)

An excerpt from Jach's post, "A Rabbit Hole of a Different Nature," in our online community, A Sacred Place Where Magician's Gather:

Who’s going to win the election? What if Trump? What if Biden?

Here I am, and here we are. I feel as if I’m staring down two very different Rabbit Holes: An election and a future are down there. Which Rabbit Hole am I going to go down? The questions loom.

In my pondering about the Rabbit Holes and the realities to which they lead, I have been thinking about Atlantis. These are the thoughts that tumble around…

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Puzzle Pieces from the Middle (excerpt)

October 5, 2020
Puzzle Pieces from the Middle (excerpt)

An excerpt from Jach's post titled 'Puzzle Pieces from the Middle' in our online community, A Sacred Place Where Magician's Gather:

During the Lake District workshop, nine years ago, Lazaris talked of the Perfect Storm of Change. I think we are in that perfect storm now. To me, there seem to be four individual crises, each with its own brand of chaos, that are at work here. They are mysterious and thus they are powerful but they can also be magical. Each is like a puzzle piece from somewhere in the middle. I think that if they can be fitted together,…

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Hope is the Secret

March 30, 2020
Hope is the Secret

... Herbs, tiny carrots, green beans, and lettuces, all from our garden.

 

Enrique and I are quarantined in the countryside here in Colombia. We are healthy, secure, and safe. We are away from the city because the potentials of violence are more real in Colombia than in California. The virus is here in Colombia. It came late, but it's now here, and the fears that come with it are expanded because of the still developing nation status of Colombia.

We had planned to go back to California for the March events of course, and when they were postponed until December, we thought…

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Trees That I Have Known

January 21, 2020
Trees That I Have Known

I continue to learn Spanish, and I am getting better at saying what I want to say. Though it goes slowly, I can communicate one to one fairly well. But it's still amazingly difficult to actively participate in a lively conversation with a group of Colombians. They talk so fast and with great vitality. The emotional intensity is both beautiful and frightening. What sounds like an alarming conversation could well be about how to properly prepare empanadas or how to make the sauce to accompany them. Adding to the mystery, they speak with their own traditional and personal idioms. Well,…

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A Decade is Ending

January 2, 2020
A Decade is Ending

A Decade is Ending . . .

A decade is ending. That's not too exciting; it happens every ten years. But as this decade ends I am caught up in I don't know what. Nostalgia, curiosity, wonderment, mystery, I don't know, but whatever it is, it's a nagging feeling that demands my attention.

Lazaris has often called the first two decades of the new millennium, "the two most exciting decades in the history of humankind on Earth." The 1990s was the most monumental but these two are the most exciting.

I have found that Lazaris says some of the most significant things in…

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Carnaval of Barranquilla

April 12, 2019
Carnaval of Barranquilla

March 7, 2019. A river of color flowing down the street. Hot sun. Gentle breeze. The smells of chorizo grilling. Drums beating, and people everywhere clapping, singing, dancing, and cheering. I sat so still in the chaos and cacophony caught up and lifted by the symphony of mystery and wonder and compassion and beauty. I sat there amazed and knowing I was in the right place and it was the right time. It was one enchanting moment among many such moments during the Carnaval of Barranquilla. 

Enrique and I had arrived late Friday evening, March 1, for the four day festival…

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Trekking in Nepal

April 8, 2019
Trekking in Nepal

October 5, 2018. Three incredible days. No internet. No television. No telephone. Only raw Nature and unabashed beauty that lifts from the valleys of lush shades of green to the majesty of rugged snow capped Himalaya Mountains. Stunning. Unbelievable. Beyond my imagination and beyond anything I could capture in photographs. Yet there I stood surrounded by it all.

I can't find the right words yet. I stepped far outside my safe places of habits and routines and beyond the safe places of my beliefs about myself. Nepal held great mystery for me and it has become surprisingly revealing as well. I…

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The Quest in India #5

October 18, 2018
The Quest in India #5

From the Taj Mahal in Agra, we bused our way to Delhi. It's the capital of India. Eighteen million people. I expected to experience a big city that could be any big city in the world. I was wrong. Delhi, the old Indian city, and New Delhi, the city that the British created, weave together to create an intricate complexity that has a surprising high resonance. I felt an excitement in Delhi; there seemed to be a buoyant pride and an imposing confidence in the potential of India and in the Indian future. And besides, we met a faerie in…

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The Quest in India #4

October 18, 2018
The Quest in India #4

The Taj Mahal at dawn. I had images in my head: A magical moment, a solitary moment with that majestic structure and its grand gardens. I imagined that a full moon would set just as the sun would rise and it would be a memorable moment, maybe even a defining one. In my imagination, I stood alone, just the Taj Mahal and me.

Once again on the bus at 5:30 for a 10 minute drive to the bus parking lot and then a golf cart type bus ride to the entrance. The moon was amber and, yes, it was full. However…

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The Quest in India #3

October 18, 2018
The Quest in India #3

We were up early Saturday morning. We put our luggage in the hall at 5:30 and went for breakfast. We were scheduled to leave the hotel at 6:15 and to depart for the airport at 6:30. We did surprisingly well. We left for the airport at 6:35. I checked. The check in at the airport went fast. There were every few people there at that early hour and it was a small airport We arrived in Jaipur at 9:36 and by 10:00 we were on the way to the hotel, Taj Jai Mahal Palace Hotel. Another Taj hotel.

It had been…

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India, September 23, 2018

October 2, 2018
India, September 23, 2018

What a day in Jaipur! Riding elephants is a slow way to go, but it's fun.

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The Quest in India #2

October 2, 2018
The Quest in India #2

September 21, 2018. Today was delicious. India finally came alive for me and it was hot and sweaty and exhausting and wonderful. I could feel the juice of India and I could inhale the scent of this land and its people.

We had been in Trivandrum for two days. Our tour group of 17 were packed and lining up to board the bus. We would travel most the morning to our day's destination. I don't remember the town. That wasn't significant. Our destination was the canals that had been all man-made centuries ago. We would board a house boat, three couples…

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The Quest in India #1

October 2, 2018
The Quest in India #1

September 18, 2018.If it weren't for all the electronic equipment, entering the Trivandrum Airport would have been akin to stepping back into a simpler time, a more comfortable time. It was balmy hot but 30 degrees cooler than Dubai. The breeze was soft but yet springtime sweet even though Fall is approaching. We had to stop to finalize our e-visa which we had purchased online months ago. It was fast and simple. Luggage came and we were out the door.

We traveled to Dubai with friends. In India our friends and we joined a small tour of 14 other people.…

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On Our Way to India #3 . . . Goodbye Dubai . . .

October 2, 2018
On Our Way to India #3 . . . Goodbye Dubai . . .

On our second full day in the Middle East (Thursday), we took a tour to Abu Dhabi. The drive across the desert was uneventful. What stood out was the vastness of the desert. Baron. Lifeless. However, when we enter the Emirates of Abu Dhabi, there were green trees lining the highway. More life amid the vastness. As we approached the city, it seemed to all of us, that the resonance was very different here. Our tour guide explained that Abu Dhabi, the largest Emirates among the seven Emirates still has a massive supply of oil so it's development remained "local"…

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On Our Way to India #2 . . .

October 2, 2018
On Our Way to India #2 . . .

The small white building between the two tall buildings is a Hilton Hotel in Abu Dhabi. In 1960 it was the tallest building in that city. Amazing.

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On Our Way to India #1 . . .

October 2, 2018
On Our Way to India #1 . . .

On the way to the restaurant, my thoughts drifted back to the past. 2003, Enrique and I were on our way to dinner. Then we were in Washington D.C. and we walked across the bridge into Georgetown. We stopped at an English Pub. Our waiter was Colombian. What a coincidence, right? And then the bus boy was also Colombian. I joked with Enrique: Colombia claims to have a population of 75 million, but I think there are probably 150 million and half of them are spread all over the world. Who would imagine that at an English Pub in Georgetown…

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Road Trip in Spain #8

May 7, 2018
Road Trip in Spain #8

"I love this city!" Those were my first words at the welcome dinner, Sunday, April 8. And it's true. There is magic in the air in this city. Most large cities that are growing and changing, tend to have an aliveness within the hustle and bustle of city life. They have a dynamism that can be exhilarating or exhausting. I suppose Barcelona has that, but there is something else, something special, unique to its hustle and to its aliveness. There's a freshness here, an eagerness, and a buzz. Barcelona is a juicy, passionate city, and I love it. Probably my…

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Road Trip in Spain #7

May 7, 2018
Road Trip in Spain #7

I love olives! I didn't used to. As a kid I hated olives, especially green ones. In almost every restaurant, almost as soon as you sit down, they serve green olives along with various types of bread and olive oil. As we were sitting in a charming little restaurant in Córdoba, I turned to Enrique and said, "I love olives!" as though it were a discovery.

We left Granada Monday morning and drove to Córdoba, stayed for two nights, and then moved on to Toledo. Both cities with their old towns and historic districts are enchanting and charming. Each has a…

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Road Trip in Spain #6: The Procession of Alhambra in Granada

May 7, 2018
Road Trip in Spain #6: The Procession of Alhambra in Granada

I don't know what happened. All of a sudden, a rush of energy and tears were flowing down my face. I was laughing. I was overwhelmed with caring and compassion for humankind.

Saturday was Cathedral, museum, and Procession Day in Granada. We skipped breakfast, walked out of the Parador de Granada Hotel at 11:00, and caught the bus down from Alhambra to the Plaza Nueva. From there we walked the side streets toward the Cathedral, and stopped at a tiny pizzeria for a slice – breakfast. We continued along what seemed an alleyway that was lined with little restaurants, bars,…

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Road Trip in Spain #5: Alhambra

May 7, 2018
Road Trip in Spain #5: Alhambra

A palace, a fortress, a walled community, a self-sustained village, Alhambra was all of this and more. Now a World Heritage Site, Alhambra began as a Sultan's summer home and governmental palace as well as his homage to Paradise. It was also a strong hold of Muslim power in the Iberian Peninsula for 12 Sultan before the Christian Conquest by the Christian Monarchs, King Ferdinand, along with Queen Isabella, in 1492. The Monarchs worked to preserve and enhance the palace and summer home. They also added to the grounds with their own buildings. Carlos V also worked to preserve the…

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Road Trip in Spain #4

May 7, 2018
Road Trip in Spain #4

Five days of enchantment. I don't know how else to describe the last five days after leaving Sevilla. We visited three "Pueblos Blancos" in the Andalucía region. Each village nestled in the foothills dates back to at least 400 A.D., the Roman times. Maybe earlier. Narrow cobbled streets, all of them either ascending or descending, are lined with small houses and in the mix there are now apartments or offices or stores.

We arrived in Arcos de la Frontera (Arches of the Frontier) so named because during the Christian conquests, it was at the border, the frontier, of the battles…

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Roadtrip in Spain #3

May 4, 2018
Roadtrip in Spain #3

419 steps. That's what I figured. There were ramps not actual steps, but I took 12 steps for each inclining ramp, and there were 34 of them. 34 up, up, and more up. At the end, just when I thought I was done, there were 17 stair steps, steep stair steps, to the top of the tower. The views ... there was all of Sevilla. In all directions historic center, old city, new city, expanding city, the river that once was the gateway to the sea, a once thriving trade capital for the Iberian Peninsula and for all of Europe,…

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Roadtrip in Spain #2

May 3, 2018
Roadtrip in Spain #2

We bought our tickets late Sunday night. We had slept most of the morning adjusting to the six hour time change. It was sunny, brilliant sun, luminously bright, and crisp, refreshingly crisp, sharp, when we began wandering Metro Centro in Madrid. Our first stop was Plaza del Sol and as we were walking into the vast open space the name was obvious. There were hundreds of people strolling through the plaza, a Mariachi Band was playing by the central statue as perhaps 200 people, families with kids and pets, looked on. Enrique stopped to get a Sim card so he…

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Roadtrip in Spain #1

May 3, 2018
Roadtrip in Spain #1

Bumper-to-bumper movement or none at all, we were caught in a traffic jam at the Yumbo Roundabout on our way to the airport in Cali, Colombia. We arrived just as our flight was scheduled to leave. My cellular buzzed with an announcement. Our flight was also delayed. Mechanical trouble, a new plane was en route. Mechanical trouble or magic? I dispelled my building anxiety with a smile.

From Cali to Bogotá with a four hour layover that became two and a half hours, we were off on our overnight to Madrid. We disembarked at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. Friday afternoon we were…

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How Jach and Lazaris create Talismans and how you can work their magic

February 8, 2017
How Jach and Lazaris create Talismans and how you can work their magic
2016, The Year of Co-Creation, is the first year that Lazaris created a talisman for a specific year. In this inspiring video Jach talks about how he works with Lazaris to create talismans, how he works with this one, and more. These insights can add depth and meaning to talisman magic, and inspire you to expand your magic in ways you may not have considered. Topics included: how Lazaris and Jach create the form, symbols, and colors of the talisman orienting the talisman several ways Jach uses this 2016 talisman how to activate a talisman how to work with a…

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Reaching Beyond: Lazaris Talks about the 2016 Election

December 5, 2016
Reaching Beyond: Lazaris Talks about the 2016 Election

A Gift from Lazaris 

Reaching Beyond: Lazaris Talks about the 2016 Election

Click to Listen 

Be a champion of change, a champion of the new future — a future no one has yet imagined. ~ Lazaris

Many have asked whether Lazaris would comment on the election results. After purposely giving space so that everyone could feel, express, and release whatever they were feeling, he has answered with this detailed and wonderfully hopeful release. Lazaris also outlines so much about not only what happened, but specific ways to work magic in order to leap into a world becoming new to create something special in…

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Asia Excursion 4

November 16, 2016
Asia Excursion 4

4:00 a.m. Wednesday morning. I am lying on a futon with a hard pillow behind my head and a thick down comforter covering me. There is a chill in the air. Sweet. To my right there is a wall of window. In the predawn light, the window frame seems a picture frame that's framing a Japanese wood block print. Dark gray sky, white cloud mountains and silhouetted trees, stark as if they had been cut out of black construction paper. Beautiful harbinger of the day to come.

Monday was our final day in Tokyo. We went to the Senso Ji or…

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Asia Excursion 3

November 8, 2016
Asia Excursion 3

Tokyo is huge and the architecture is fascinating. What seems obvious really became more obvious Sunday morning as we made our way to Ropongi and then to Ropongi Hills, a trendy area of the city not far from our hotel. Near the Grand Hyatt, we got our tickets and took the elevator up 52 floors to the City View — a round glass enclosed observation room with a small cafe, a museum, and incredible views — stunning views — of Tokyo. It was another crisp morning, about 60 degrees F, and the winds were gusting, but the sky was powerfully…

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Asia Excursion 2

November 8, 2016
Asia Excursion 2

Arriving in Tokyo in the evening was a fortunate change in our plans imposed by the airline. I had made our reservations to leave SFO at 2:00 a.m. on November 2 and we were scheduled to arrive in Tokyo at 5:00 a.m. Wasn't sure what we would do from 5:00 a.m. until we could check into our hotel, but I figured we could handle it. It was Cathay Pacific or JAL that changed the schedule and our departure was pushed forward 14 hours to 4:00 p.m. Arriving in the evening was great because we could be awake for only a…

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Arrival in Tokyo

November 8, 2016
Arrival in Tokyo

What was that amazing smell? It was seductive for sure. I made my way through the Food Court at Mitsukoshi, the department store in the Ginza area of Tokyo. It was the bread department and the scent of warm fresh bread was almost overpowering. I had never smelled such sensational smells. Amazing. Sensuous scents. The experience on this Friday afternoon was definitely enhanced by the whole of the food court. It wasn't like food courts in the US. No Burger King or pizza place or even a noodle shop. The foods were prepared as works of art. Usually I don't…

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The Sirius Connection, Part 2

May 9, 2016
The Sirius Connection, Part 2

By Lazaris

The Sirius Connection: What it Can Mean in Your Daily Life, Part 2 

All right ... As we look at how you can apply The Sirius Connection, what it means in your daily life, so we turn now our attention to technique.

In this time after the opening of the Vortex, attention and intention come more to the fore; resonance becomes the source of causation; and spiritual hunger and thirst awaken even more than they already have — and awaken in so many about you. Your chakras are realigning to a whole new frequency. And indeed electromagnetic energy can…

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The Sirius Connection, Part 1

May 9, 2016
The Sirius Connection, Part 1

The Seven Faces of Soul, Part 2

May 9, 2016
The Seven Faces of Soul, Part 2

By Lazaris

In Part I of this article Lazaris talked about the first three faces of the Soul — the Name, the Power, and the Eternal Youth. In this, the second part of a partial transcription of a Lazaris Weekend entitled 'The Soul's Path,' Lazaris begins with a discussion of The Wounding which follows The Eternal Youth and traces the remainder of The Soul's Path.

The Wounding

The wounding is when the wind gets knocked out of you. It's when the fire gets extinguished. You crash and burn. This is a time when you are punched in the…

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The Seven Faces of Soul, Part 1

May 9, 2016
The Seven Faces of Soul, Part 1

By Lazaris

This article is an excerpt from a Weekend seminar Lazaris gave on the Soul's Path. Far from being some remote, untouchable concept, the Soul journeys with us through our lives, appearing with us and to us as seven distinct energies — the Seven Faces of the Soul. The first part of a two-part series which gives a brief overview of all of them, this article covers the first three of the Faces, the ones we experience in our childhood.

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The Faces of the Soul ... We have talked of them before, and many of you know…

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Lazaris Talks about Karma

May 9, 2016
Lazaris Talks about Karma

By Lazaris

This is an excerpt from an interview with Lazaris, and was originally published in Lazaris Interviews, Book II. (This book is out of print.)

Well, what about karma?

Time is an illusion. Do we all agree on that? Is there anyone who doesn't agree? Anyone think time is real? Because, you see, Einstein proved that it was an illusion. Scientists subsequently have proved it's an illusion.

You have only straightened out time in the last 500 years to accommodate your Renaissance and to satisfy scientific and JudeoChristian ethics. Both rely very heavily on a beginning and an end of reality…

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Lazaris on the Death of Princess Diana

May 9, 2016
Lazaris on the Death of Princess Diana

By Lazaris

Dear Everyone,

On this Saturday, the day of Princess Diana's funeral, Lazaris dictated a message on the death of Princess Diana. I share that message with each of you.

- Jach Pursel

Amid the flurry of emotion, amid the flurry of information, many are trying to pull together the many issues around Princess Diana's death to make them just one issue. Many are following the understandable temptation to make the many only one. It seems more manageable that way; it seems simpler to attempt to handle or deal with one overwhelming issue rather than manage, handle, and deal with…

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Lazaris Talks About Death

May 9, 2016
Lazaris Talks About Death

By Lazaris

Several Questions and Answers on Death

From interviews with Lazaris, originally published in Lazaris Interviews, Book II. (this book is out of print)

Q: Lazaris, would you talk to us about death — and can you program to avoid certain realities like the death of one's parents and oneself?

Lazaris: What about death? The real statement — assumption — behind this question is: Death is bad. And we would ask: Why? What's wrong with dying? Well, we're going to talk about some of the problems with dying, but we would ask: What's wrong with it? You see, you've been geared,…

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On Forgiveness

May 9, 2016
On Forgiveness

By Jach

Excerpts from the Online Conferences

Jach:

Forgiveness is such a powerful tool; it is only recently that I have come to realize that it is far more powerful than I thought. We often think of forgiveness as the proper thing to do and we have all heard the clichés about the importance and beauty of it. It's the Christian thing to do or the spiritual thing to do. And it is. I mean, those thoughts are correct.

But it is more than that, too. It truly is a powerful technique that can profoundly and instantly change our reality. That is…

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Imagination & Imaginal Realm

May 9, 2016
Imagination & Imaginal Realm

By Jach

A Question with Jach's Reply from an Online Conference

Q. I wonder if you would talk about imagination and the Imaginal Realm; about the different forms and functions of imagination (making it up vs. letting it be) and what 'imagination imagining itself' means? Thank you!

JACH:

There are several questions here, so I will begin with different forms of imagination. [s] I think about how Lazaris looks at three types. First, there is 'just imagination,' which is the form most often acknowledged in our consensus reality. And it is as the label suggests ... it's just images that we…

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Working with Futures

May 9, 2016
Working with Futures

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Question: Hi Jach! During 'The Joy of Right Living: Crafting the Future and Creating the Present' workshops Lazaris talked about 'anchoring futures'. Would you please say more about what they are and possibly give a couple of examples? Thanks!!

JACH:

Humm ... Anchoring futures are somewhat of a mystery to me, too. I think of them as the ones with gravity ... referencing the earlier question about core beliefs and then about our choice cubes. I think of anchoring futures as being akin to the choices we make that…

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Dealing with Symbiotic Guilt

May 9, 2016
Dealing with Symbiotic Guilt

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Dealing with Symbiotic Guilt

Q. How do we deal with positive dread? I have had some truly transcendent experiences. I know I am different, and my life is reflecting that. But I feel like I am going to get in trouble. What do you suggest?

JACH:

First, I think it's important to deal with levels of guilt ... both neurotic guilt and symbiotic guilt. The neurotic guilt is the stuff that makes you feel like a criminal ... like you are doing something wrong. You say it as if you…

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Forgiveness I: Process and Techniques for Forgiveness... and Dealing with a Few Entanglements

May 9, 2016
Forgiveness I: Process and Techniques for Forgiveness... and Dealing with a Few Entanglements

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

'Amid all the mysteries, it is forgiveness that is the miracle of magic - is the miracle of your magic.' (Lazaris)

Many people have asked Jach about aspects of forgiveness. Here are some of his answers, incorporating many of the most salient points about the forgiveness process, influences that shape forgiveness, and some favorite techniques for engaging this miraculous energy.

JACH:

Forgiveness is such a powerful tool; it is only recently that I have come to realize that it is far more powerful than I had thought. We often…

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Storms and Electromagnetism, Union and Imagination

May 9, 2016
Storms and Electromagnetism, Union and Imagination

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Storms and Electromagnetism, Union and Imagination

The last several years have seen a dramatic upsurge in geophysical energy, made manifest in earthquakes and storms. In several conferences, Jach has approached the subject directly or as part of other questions. Here are some of his thoughts.

JACH:

Right now I am siphoning a lot of energy and redirecting it. There is a tremendous amount of electromagnetic energy at play right now during this month of August (2004). I also heard Lazaris talking about how people are looking for a bonding agent…

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The Veils Between The Worlds

May 9, 2016
The Veils Between The Worlds

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

The Veils Between The Worlds

Over the course of several years, OnLine Conference participants have asked about the Veils between the Worlds, those veils between us and other realms — including Oneness. In magic as diverse as programming for greater happiness, to having impact on global problems, to escaping the Dark Wood, parting the Veils opens us to new power, more profound magic, and more self-love.

Q: Hi, Jach. I was wondering if you would talk a bit about the veils that separate us from Oneness, especially how to…

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Forgiveness II: A Look Deeper

May 9, 2016
Forgiveness II: A Look Deeper

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Jach answers a collection of questions on unique issues on forgiveness — from a discussion about 9/11 to why forgiveness is the 'mystical something' that allows magic to work.

Q: Why is the Year of Union starting with an event about forgiveness?

JACH:

I don't fully know the answer to that, but I suspect it is because the lack of forgiveness is so often what fosters separation. The lack of forgiveness is what cements the discord that prevents so much happiness and success in our individual realities and cements the…

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Working with Destiny

May 9, 2016
Working with Destiny

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Working with Destiny

There's almost nothing more mysterious: Destiny even sounds as if it is imposed from without, having nothing to do with our conscious choice. In fact, there is destiny that is given and destiny which is chosen. As these excerpts from OnLine Conferences show, destiny is a complex of Fate, Fortune, Forces and the Inevitable, with a magical Empowered Destiny emerging when we consciously work with the Forces of Destiny. And in the midst of life in which destiny already operates, we can place programs in…

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Magician's Tool Chest - Past Lives Meditation

May 9, 2016
Magician's Tool Chest - Past Lives Meditation

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

A Technique for Exploring Past Lives

During the June 2006 Online Conference, Jach was asked a question about accessing past lives for specific understanding, and answered with a succinct, powerful meditation for safely exploring 'past' lives. 

Q: At workshops I've heard Lazaris talk with some people about the influence of their past lives. Would you talk of ways to become more aware of our past lives? Do we need to become conscious of specific past lives to move beyond them?

JACH:

Past lifetimes fascinate some people, and for others ... well,…

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Encountering the Dark Wood

May 9, 2016
Encountering the Dark Wood

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Encountering the Dark Wood

Q. Jach, please would you talk about the Dark Wood? I have seen only short references to it.

JACH:

The Dark Wood ... Lazaris first referenced the Dark Wood when he talked about the mystery, the magic, and the power of belonging. It is third among our needs according to Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. And belonging — something we are born with, something that is challenged, and something that we lose — is also a gift of the Ancients.

There are certain challenges to our sense…

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The Tiers of Emotion

May 9, 2016
The Tiers of Emotion

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

The Tiers of Emotion

Q: Jach, would you care to comment on working with the Tiers of Emotion?

JACH:

Tiers of Emotion ... During the evening workshop Lazaris talked about charting the new course for the future and for the world. Cutting to the core of it, he pointed out that the key to charting the new course was in visioning. It all begins with vision; it all begins with visioning. I find that so incredible and so amazingly powerful. It all begins with vision. Vision is the light or…

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Beyond the Need to Control

May 8, 2016
Beyond the Need to Control

By Lazaris

This is an excerpt from the Personal Growth Recording: 'Busting Free: Beyond the Need to Control'

You love. Absolutely, you do. You have grown, you have changed, you have evolved. And you do love. You feel love with your Unseen Friends and with your Inner Child and Inner Adolescent. You feel love outside in your illusion, in this physical realm. Oh yes, you do.

But, you see, you also feel the need to control, and that control robs you of the intensity, the depth, the beauty, and certainly the power of that love. And through the decades you've…

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Electromagnetic Energy & Crop Circles

May 8, 2016
Electromagnetic Energy & Crop Circles

By Lazaris

Well, as we said as 1993 began, there is a tremendous upsurge of this particular energy, surging electromagnetic energy, which results in all kinds of phenomena in your physical plane - particularly when that energy is not absorbed. When the human consciousness or the human being does not absorb the energy, and therefore reflects it or rejects, it bounces off. And therefore, it gets grounded in the earth itself, thus producing the tectonic activity which is so evident, which is an electromagnetic response. It also produces massive changes, erratic changes in weather patterns, certainly so. It also…

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Empowering Your Imagination

May 8, 2016
Empowering Your Imagination

By Lazaris

A Four-Week Process from the Connecting with Lazaris series 'Empowering Your Imagination' (excerpts)

It is a pleasure to be connecting with you once again this month. We want to welcome you, for it is a pleasure to connect with you, to be with you. And over the next twenty-eight days we want to work with empowering your imagination.

Now previously, we have worked with improving and enhancing your visualization. If you haven't worked with this process, we would strongly encourage working with it simultaneously with this, or to set this aside for a bit, and work with improving…

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Earth Energy / Earth Power

May 8, 2016
Earth Energy / Earth Power

Lazaris on The Bridge of Belief

May 8, 2016
Lazaris on The Bridge of Belief

'The Story of Two Bridges'

An excerpt from 'The Sacred Journey: You and Your Higher Self' by Lazaris

There are two bridges that you can cross. One is called the Bridge of Faith, and the other is called the Bridge of Belief.

The Bridge of Faith is long and flat. It goes on for what must seem like forever. As you stand at the beginning of the Bridge of Faith, it's like looking down a railroad track in Kansas. It goes on forever until the parallel tracks appear to meet. With the railroad tracks, however, you know they don't really meet. The Bridge…

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Shifting Paradigms... Another Look

May 8, 2016
Shifting Paradigms... Another Look

By Lazaris

All right. All right. Well, well, certainly so. Certainly so, it is a pleasure to be working with you; it is a joy to have this chance to explore with you. As we touch in this moment, our goal is not to provide a complete picture. No. Our goal is to stir ideas and to stimulate thoughts and feelings. Our goal, in this touch, is to tickle something deep within you so as to set something in motion - to set that 'something more' inside you in motion.

As we touch in this moment, let us look again…

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On Reincarnation and Parallel and Overlapping Lifetimes "Other Lives, Other Times"

May 3, 2016
On Reincarnation and Parallel and Overlapping Lifetimes "Other Lives, Other Times"

An Excerpt from an interview originally published in Lazaris' book Lazaris Interviews, Book II (This book is out of print.)

You know as metaphysicians that your Physical Plane is an illusion. You know as astute, intelligent people — whether you're metaphysical or not — that reality is an illusion. Your scientists have demonstrated this so conclusively, so repetitively, so rigidly, that the only way you can pretend otherwise is to deny the truth.

The metaphysicians and the scientists, who are usually at odds with one another, agree totally on this issue: Your reality is a product of thought. Your reality is a…

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Dreamer from Lemuria

May 3, 2016
Dreamer from Lemuria

There Is Magic in the Telling ... There is an extraordinary recording of Lazaris' called 'Discovering the Dreamer from Lemuria' in which Lazaris takes the listener on a brilliantly beautiful meditation to meet The Dreamer and to enlist The Dreamer's help in 'dreaming into reality' something the listener wants to create. The article that follows is an excerpt of the part of that tape in which Lazaris paints a lush portrait of the land that was (and is!) Lemuria and of its incredibly beautiful Dreamers. It's a description you may want to read more than once, for 'there is magic…

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Lazaris: A Spark of Love

February 15, 2016
Lazaris: A Spark of Love

An interview by Patti Normandy Greenwood

Since 1974, Jach Pursel has channeled Lazaris, a spark of consciousness that has never been physical. Through workshops, private consultations, books and tapes, the message that Lazaris brings has lovingly touched thousands of people all over the planet.

Explaining Lazaris is a lot like trying to explain love. He brings to our world a positive message of hope for our future, but it is the love between the lines that touches the heart. There is a joyful realization that you have found a new friend who loves you unconditionally.

Lazaris comes to help us discover more of…

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Colombian Journey 2015: Entry #10

February 8, 2016
Colombian Journey 2015: Entry #10

Jach's Travels

It wasn't out of pity; it was out of admiration. It's another long weekend in Colombia — un puente fin de semana — "a bridge weekend."

Friday we drove to Periera, a city in "el Eje Cafetero," the coffer growing area. It's not a pretty city but it's popular as a party town with a reputation. (What happens in Pereira …). With a population of about a million people, and many more tourists, it sits at edge of the middle range of the Andes Mountains. It shares the region with Armenia, Santa Rosa, Manizales, and Medellin. We are…

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Schoolcraft, Michigan

January 15, 2016
Schoolcraft, Michigan

Jach's Travels

Pouring rain on a tin roof. It's been sixty-two years, but I remember the sound and the sensation. We were visiting my grandmother in Schoolcraft, Michigan. The house had been the family home for several generations. A historical site and a clandestine stop on the Underground Railroad during the Civil War. The basement with its steep stone steps was eery and frightening to me that summer. The house had a living room with plenty of mahogany wood rocking chairs with cane wicker seats and back, and a parlor with a shining ebony grand piano and ferns on…

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A Journey Ends, a Journey Begins: Thoughts on Bali and Hong Kong

January 15, 2016
A Journey Ends, a Journey Begins: Thoughts on Bali and Hong Kong

Jach's Travels

It was hard to leave Bali. Many people wrote those words. Everyone felt it. It was hard. Lazaris spoke of Bali as a land "of the between of worlds." It's a little island that sits in the middle, in the between, of the Archipelago of Indonesia. Bali is a little world unto itself that sits between our world that is and a new world that is now destined to be. Though not literally true, metaphorically and emotionally — spiritually — it's true. I felt it. Bali has the beauty akin to Hawaii and to many tropical islands…

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Colombian Journey 2015: Entry #6 Finding Normal

January 15, 2016
Colombian Journey 2015: Entry #6 Finding Normal

Jach's Travels  (in PANAMA)

His fingers moved with precision across the keypad. Four digits and the thick battered metal door popped. Opening only a few inches, he pushed the door wide. A small room, an anti-room actually. Scared concrete floor, walls, and ceiling. Decades old dust covered the beams. But a shiny elevator and a well dressed young man with a broad smile welcomed us.

"Welcome to Caliope." The shiny door opened and we stepped in as he pushed the button. The 3 lit up. Moments later the rear door opened, and we stepped out into a chrome and glass…

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Colombian Journey 2015: Entry #9 . . . Let Me Digress

January 15, 2016
Colombian Journey 2015: Entry #9 . . . Let Me Digress

Jach's Travels (in IRELAND) Sept 20, 2015

"That strange object you see there in the sky is the sun. Get a picture now. You may not see it again."

I left Colombia Monday afternoon (September 7) and with the overnight flight and a very long layover in Madrid, I arrived in Dublin Tuesday evening. Enrique and his mother flew in from Paris the next day as did my sister. My brother and his wife arrived early Thursday morning.

Thursday: By 10:00 a.m. we were on the top deck of the green line hop on hop off bus when the sun peeked…

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Colombian Journey 2015, Entry #13: Squatting

January 15, 2016
Colombian Journey 2015, Entry #13: Squatting

Jach's Travels

It begins with corrugated cardboard and blue tarp. A bit tattered. Maybe torn. The cardboard may be soggy or blood stained found behind a butcher shop. A lean-to shelter is built on a slope of a vacant or abandoned hillside just beyond the limits of the city.

Scraps of wood discarded at construction sites or buried in the debris of a collapsed building are added to support the deteriorating cardboard. Tarp is replaced with more tarp. Tin is added to create a better roof. A few bricks. More wood. In time walls take shape with a door opening…

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Colombian Adventure 2015: Entry #14: First Novena

January 15, 2016
Colombian Adventure 2015: Entry #14: First Novena

Jach's Travels

Christmas season officially begins December 7 with the Festival of Lights (Festival de Las Velitas) on the Eve of the Celebration of the Immaculate Conception, but the season of the Novenas begins December 16. I am not altogether sure of what a Novena is. What I experience is that Colombian families and friends get together in the early evening to celebrate Christmas with the Telling of the Tale — the telling the Christian Story of the birth of Jesus. It is told in spoken verse and in song. Everyone knows all the chants and knows which ones…

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An Exploration of Oneness

December 20, 2015
An Exploration of Oneness

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Q. What are the differences between Union and Oneness? Seems like Oneness is more connected with divinity.

JACH: Certainly they are connected, and often the terms can be interchangeable in our language, but there are differences, I think.

First, union has to do with conscious creation ... creating alliances for mutual benefit. It has to do with creating a concordance or a connecting, or linking, of the heart and also of the soul (I think). It has to do with bonding as well as with binding together.…

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Inner Peace, Part 2

December 20, 2015
Inner Peace, Part 2

By Lazaris

An excerpt from the personal growth recording, Inner Peace by Lazaris:

Note: In Part I, Lazaris discussed the beauty and necessity of achieving inner peace, and the 'blockbuster' emotions — anger, hurt, self-pity and fear — which prevent our achieving it. In this part, he turns to the 'bugaboo' emotions, the ones we overlook or don't understand, and explores how to work with them and what to put in their place to create the inner peace we want.

The Bugaboo Emotions

We want to move on now and look at those 'bugaboo' emotions - the subtle,…

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Inner Peace, Part 1

December 20, 2015
Inner Peace, Part 1

By Lazaris

An excerpt from the personal growth recording, Inner Peace by Lazaris:

Today we want to work with some of the 'bugaboo' emotions that you have, bugaboo emotions that stand in the way of your having inner peace. We want to work with anxiety, with worry, and with confusion and doubt.

Admittedly, these are not the only things that are standing in the way of inner peace. The blockbuster emotions you are familiar with already — unexpressed anger and hurt, self-pity and fear. We will be talking about those feelings as well, but much more briefly. We want…

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A Message from Jach, August 12, 2014

December 20, 2015
A Message from Jach, August 12, 2014

By Jach

It Seems to Me ...

'The key to getting there, to shifting the paradigm so the world destined to be new, can be new: Chaos, Paradox, Complexity, and Enchantment.' -Lazaris

Here's what I have been thinking about in the midst of the current almost overwhelming points of chaos, crises, atrocities of violence, and human tragedies: Polarization, now too common in the politics in the United States, seems to have spread to become a global issue.

Polarization: Republican-Democrat; Sunni-Shiite; Palestinian-Israeli; Syrian-Rebel; Iranian-Insurgent; Russian-Ukrainian ... are there more? Probably. I have been looking at this for awhile trying to understand what's…

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On Deeper Understanding

December 20, 2015
On Deeper Understanding

By Jach

Thoughts and Musings, from Jach's Corner on the Forum

One of Lazaris' suggestions for April [2014] is to work with understanding, and toward this end, I have been pondering the ideas of greater understanding. I have been working with the components to have understanding and to reach into the realm of being an understanding person. I mean, I feel that I am an understanding person in many ways, but I also feel that it is an ongoing process. Are we ever finished with expanding our capacity or our depth of understanding? I don't think so. So…

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Most Monumental Decade

December 20, 2015
Most Monumental Decade

By Lazaris

(Editor's note: Lazaris refers to the decade from 1990 through 1999 as the most monumental decade in the history of humankind on Earth.)

So often we have said that this decade — the one that you are midway through even as we speak — is the most important, the most monumental, decade in the history of humankind upon your earth. Even as monumentally important as other decades have been, this one is absolutely the most important, because it is in this decade that you, individually and then collectively, will decide the future of your Planet Earth.…

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Hope

December 20, 2015
Hope

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

During the Evenings with Jach and the 'Twenty Questions' Conferences as well, so many have commented about Jach's wisdom and insight. He connects current events to Lazaris' teachings in a way that helps bring new and refreshing outlooks to so many issues in our world. Because of the overwhelming feedback we have received, we have grouped together some of Jach's answers by topic. Enjoy!

Hope

Q: Can you provide your thoughts on the Tucson event this past weekend? It has multiple meanings and metaphors, but I'd like…

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Fear of Success

December 20, 2015
Fear of Success

By Lazaris

One has heard so often in the world out there about fears of failure. It was presented perhaps a decade ago as this revelatory understanding that there is fear of success.

And it became something of a catch phrase, something of a buzzword. 'Your problem is you have fear of success.' And it's true for many people. Ironically, for many people the fear of success is much bigger than the fear of failure. You have learned through conditioning, from the time you were a very small infant, to cope with and deal with failure. Everyone has…

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How To Be Understanding

December 19, 2015
How To Be Understanding

By Jach

A Question with Jach's Reply from an Online Conference

During the Online Conference (March 21, 2012) the following question was asked:

'With the ongoing political threats to women's autonomy from the right, and the death of the young black boy in Florida, Trayvon Martin, it seems like we are revisiting issues we thought/hoped were more resolved. Any ideas on how to be an understanding person with these painful, angering issues?'

Several people requested that this question and my reply be made available. There will be a transcript of the entire Online Conference in the Forum Library, but I…

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Coming Home: The First Step

December 19, 2015
Coming Home: The First Step

By Lazaris

An excerpt from the Personal Growth Recording Coming Home by Lazaris.

All right. All right. Once again it is a pleasure and a joy to have this chance to work with you. The words … pleasure, joy … seem too small to hold and too short to reach the fullness of the pleasure and joy it always is to explore and to work with you.

This day we talk of Coming Home, two words that also seem too small and too short. The very words bring tingles and goose bumps to some and bring tears to the eyes…

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Creating Futures

December 19, 2015
Creating Futures

By Jach

A Question with Jach's Reply from an Online Conference

Q: Jach, how do you best vision what you want in an unknown future? I found it becomes increasingly harder to imagine what I/the world would want in 5/15/25 years. I need that juice to want, but if I don't know what, it is weak.

JACH: Is it weak? No. I don't think so. [s] Now to the question. I think the best way to work with visioning the future is to be aware that there are several different kinds of futures, just as there is an entire…

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Message from Lazaris on the Events of September 11, 2001

December 19, 2015
Message from Lazaris on the Events of September 11, 2001

By Lazaris

This message was originally sent to everyone in the Forum and who is on the mailing list that has an email address. We have received many requests to post this message on the Website as well, so we are posting it now.

Dear Ones,

We invite you to join us in a journey of healing; we invite you to join us at this time of immeasurable tragedy and pain. There are those who will rush to make sense of this insanity. In time you will search to find the meaning and then craft the significance for yourself…

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Nature Spirits

December 19, 2015
Nature Spirits

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Q: Lazaris suggested getting in touch with nature and the nature spirits during this phase, and I wondered ... What are some ways that you work with the nature spirits?

JACH: Well ... I have been renewing that work over the last few days, so I am glad you asked. [Ed Note: This question and answer come from an Online Conference during the year 2000.]

I have a really strong relationship with gnomes. Fire is my element when it comes to the Unknown and when it comes…

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Lazaris Message on the War in Iraq March 20, 2003

December 19, 2015
Lazaris Message on the War in Iraq March 20, 2003

By Lazaris

LAZARIS:

All right, all right. Well, indeed, a pleasure to be with you, a pleasure to be talking with you and to be looking into your world, and to welcome you, and to welcome you with all kinds of pleasure and all kinds of joy.

And tonight, a time of blending, a time of meditation, a time of contemplation. A tumultuous time in your world, that is so. A war, the obvious topic that is on all your minds and weighs heavily upon all your hearts regardless of your politics, regardless of how you experience this energy,…

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Bringing In The New World

December 19, 2015
Bringing In The New World

By Jach

(Though this first Q&A is from an Online Conference prior to the 2008 Presidential election, Jach's response is as timely now as it was then.)

Q: Lazaris has talked so much about how the new world will really be a new world and not an old world that is fixed, and I wonder what specifically to program for. Is it most effective to program for the resonance that we want, like the resonance of goodness, truth and beauty and a government free of corruption? Or for specifics, like this upcoming Presidential election?

Jach: As I read your question, a…

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In Search of the Truer Self

December 19, 2015
In Search of the Truer Self

By Lazaris

All right. All right. Well, well, oh my, yes. Certainly so. Whenever we conduct a workshop, we begin by listening and by watching. At workshops, with your permission, we begin by touching – by touching that vulnerable and tender part of you that, in turn, always touches us so deeply. We touch that part that shimmers – that part so fragile and so powerful – so profoundly powerful – somewhere deep inside you.

That part of you that we touch and that touches us, in many ways, is the you who always loves – it's the…

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Our Magic is Getting Ahead of Us

December 19, 2015
Our Magic is Getting Ahead of Us

By Jach

A Question and Jach's Reply from an Online Conference

Q: Jach, both you and Lazaris mentioned at the Interludes that our Magic is getting ahead of us. Could you elaborate on what that means more specifically? I loved the bits you talked about 'The Magic of Presence.' Never heard it before per se but it sounds familiar. Would you elaborate on this, too? Is it about being aware of what is going on in our world at large (not putting our heads in the sand, so to speak) and yet 'walking' our life with Love and…

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Creativity as the Current We Came In On and One We Will Return On & Working with Creativity and Passion

December 19, 2015
Creativity as the Current We Came In On and One We Will Return On & Working with Creativity and Passion

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Q: In a recording from a Sunday afternoon, Unlocking Creativity, Lazaris spoke of creativity as the current we came in on and the one we will return on, as well. He also mentions imagination as the most powerful component of creativity. How does this tie in with the Imaginal Realm and with the current we are now returning on? Thank You, Jach.

Jach: Hi there. Good to hear from you. I know you have worked with the Imaginal Realm before but this last weekend was so incredible. You…

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Choice and Choice Cube

December 19, 2015
Choice and Choice Cube

By Jach

A Grouping of Questions with Jach's Replies from the Online Conferences

Q: Jach, will you discuss making choice, at a level where our reality can change, as we are choosing?

Jach: Good evening. Reality changing as we are choosing ... hum ... Oh, I know such a place exists and I have been there from time to time. It is exhilarating and it is frightening. More exhilarating, though. [s] I am not sure what to say about it.

I am not sure there are particular steps one can follow to get there. There are certain issues of…

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Poverty Does Not Get Forgotten Here

December 19, 2015
Poverty Does Not Get Forgotten Here

By Jach

From a Series of Sketches of Life in Columbia

He stood at the threshold in supplication. He moved continuously, stepping back a few steps quickly and then slowly forward a step or two. I thought of a well-trained dog that stands at thresholds wondering if it's safe to enter or waiting for permission to come in. He tilted his head this way and that as if asking. For what? His folded hands were also in motion clasped together as if in prayer and then pressed to his chest, his heart, as if to say, 'thank you.'

I…

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Beauty and Magic

December 19, 2015
Beauty and Magic

Q & A with Jach

Q. What is the relationship between Beauty and Healing? Perhaps it's obvious, but I've noticed lately ... as I've been touched by it, it seems to bring me to remembering the love.
JACH: There is a strong connection between beauty and healing, I think ... But I don't think it is immediately obvious. When I think of what you ask, I think about what Lazaris has said about what beauty can do in our lives.

First, it can open us up to our sense of immortality and our sense of eternity. With that resonance — the…

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Gift of Mystical Choice

December 17, 2015
Gift of Mystical Choice

By Lazaris

All right. All right. Well, well, well ... once again we connect. Once again, it is a pleasure; it is a joy. Welcome.

Today, we want to explore choice. We would suggest that because you make choices - make choices all day long - it is easy to assume that you know all you need to know about choice. And we also suggest that amid the many choices you make every day, there is a mystery. And within that mystery, there are both power and magic.

So we talk of choice, but we do not talk of it in…

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The Magic of Receiving

December 17, 2015
The Magic of Receiving

Welcoming Crystals to Your Keeping

December 17, 2015
Welcoming Crystals to Your Keeping

By Lazaris

All right. All right. Well, well, oh my. Yes. Oh, what a pleasure and what a joy it is to be with you – working and exploring with you and loving with you. Welcome.

During this Year of Opportunity, within this the most monumental decade in the history of humankind on Earth, we talk of a Great Awakening. We talk of it now; many will be talking of it as the next several years unfold.

Years ago we suggested that a Great Awakening was coming. It is now upon you. We have talked of this awakening as a tri-polar…

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You Are in the Right Place at the Right Time

December 17, 2015
You Are in the Right Place at the Right Time

By Jach

During this Year of Enchantment, Lazaris has spoken often of knowing we are in the right place at the right time. During the recent Online Conference, Jach responded to a question about this phrase. His answer gives a depth and understanding about how this simple phrase relates to belonging, and with that belonging forgiveness. Enjoy.

Q: Lazaris has been saying 'You are in the right place at the right time.' I love that phrase and am using it frequently, even when something doesn't seem to be working, to call forth the resonance of being in the right place…

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Healing: The Journey from Illness to Health

December 17, 2015
Healing: The Journey from Illness to Health

By Lazaris

We're going to focus attention on what illness is and how to correct it, but it is important to begin with the essential question: What is Health?

Most people don't really know what it is, but it's important to know. To be effective in your healing of yourself or others, you need something to move toward, not just something to run away from.

It's also important to understand what health is because you need some standard by which to judge whether you've established a state of health effective enough to move on. You see, you have healing that takes…

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Introduction to Lazaris

December 13, 2015
Introduction to Lazaris

By Jach 

Afraid, I just walked. I didn't know what else to do. Somehow moving seemed to help. I told myself: "Keep moving, just keep moving, Jach, and somehow everything will be all right." There was no logic in that spontaneous mantra, but then there was no logic in most of what had been happening to me over the past several weeks. "Keep moving, just keep moving ... " At first, I thought it would just go away. I hoped it would just go away. I also hoped my hope would be enough so that nothing would…

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Introduction to Lazaris

December 13, 2015
Introduction to Lazaris

By Peny

Sometimes when you least expect it, an event of great import drops in your life. If you're very lucky, it will also happen that you realize the opportunity of the moment and pay attention. It has been twenty years since Lazaris first channeled his vibration through Jach on October 3rd, 1974. I can still feel that first jolt of amazement and sheer KNOWING that buzzed through me when Lazaris' strong, heavily-accented voice boomed out of Jach's apparently sleeping body: "All right. My name is Lazaris. I'd very much enjoy communicating with you." I still don't…

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Learning To Have Fun and Consciously Creating Success

November 12, 2015
Learning To Have Fun and Consciously Creating Success

By Lazaris

The Two Major Focuses of Every Lifetime ...

When Lazaris has spoken of Life Focuses he has always said that people have seven of them in every lifetime, varying from person to person and from lifetime to lifetime, depending upon what they want to be doing any particular time. There are two focuses, however, that are part of every lifetime we have: Learning To Have Fun and Learning To Consciously Create Success. This excerpt from Lazaris Interviews: Book II (out of print) is about these two, which are always part of every…

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Responding to These Troubled Times

November 12, 2015
Responding to These Troubled Times

By Lazaris

Dear Friends,

During this trying and turbulent time in the world, Lazaris has responded with a message with suggestions of how to respond as the masterful magicians that we are. A meditative suggestion is also included in order to help us temper the negative energies as well as bring in and augment more positive energy.

Message from Lazaris ...

All right. All right. Well, well, certainly so. These are confusing and troubling times. In the frenzy of global activity, in the chaos of the current increasing violence, and with the escalating threats of…

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Guidelines for Evaluating Channeling

November 11, 2015
Guidelines for Evaluating Channeling

Channeling has been a part of our spiritual search since that search began. Though the acceptability and the visibility of channeled entities and channeled communication has varied, both have always been present within our study and pursuit of metaphysics. The quality of communication and the quality of the messages vary, and there are guidelines that we can use.

1. Are the teachings limited? Are the teachings giving you the sense that you are less than you really are? There are many who would tell you of your limitation, about how you are a "low-life of the Universe" and how they -…

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About Lazaris and Channeling

November 11, 2015
About Lazaris and Channeling

Lazaris is a channeled entity, but he is so much more. Many who are familiar with metaphysics and channeling say, "There is channeling, and then there is Lazaris."

In the broad stroke of the brush, channeling is a process that begins with deep relaxation that moves into meditation and then beyond into what would better be called a trance-state. Jach, while in this deep trance-state, becomes the conduit for Lazaris. Jach becomes the channel of Lazaris' communication. Lazaris utilizes Jach's vocal cords and Jach's body to channel his own ideas into our world.

From Lazaris:

Historically, every religion has been a channeled communication.…

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Lazaris Explains Lazaris

November 10, 2015
Lazaris Explains Lazaris

by Lazaris

As we say, we officially began communicating through Jach, the one we call the Channel, on October 3rd, 1974. We had made contact with him much earlier in that year through his own meditative approaches, and indeed much to his surprise! Our initial message to him (as he quite accurately reports it) was "We will call you ... not for you to call us."

And through that period of time we were rather making the initial and completed adjustments such as to make possible our communication without creating any distress or harm to the physical, mental or psychological…

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It Seems To Me

November 3, 2015
It Seems To Me

by Jach

I feel an urge to be quiet. Not inactive, no, but quiet as I go about working my magic in my life and for the world. So with the influx of activity in the world specifically in Syria, I am being quiet.

It's September 23, the second most powerful day of the year. In my quiet, I am calling upon the grandmothers and grandfathers of Sirius, and I am calling upon my future selves, several of them, and together we are creating a union of magic, a confluence of our various magics, to flow into the world.

During the…

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Honoring Water

October 27, 2015
Honoring Water

by Lazaris

Dear Everyone,

Lazaris made an audio recording, "Honoring Water," as a response to our concerns about the Fukushima situation and the current drought in Southern California. Here is the link and the transcript.

https://www.lazaris.com/...honoring-healing-water-free/

Message from Lazaris ...

All right. All right. Of course it is a pleasure. It always is. Because so many of you are concerned about potential dangers of radiation pollution from Fukushima, and because you are concerned about the growing Water Crisis in Southern California, we thought we would offer some observations and suggestions. We are not going to say all that could be…

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