Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Channel, Andromedans, Audit of Stimuli Responses, 12-21-11

Fascinating pictures, stunning displays of celebration, the twinkling of shiny objects . . . these are some of the items which stop you, hold your attention, and then release you in a moment's notice. What is attractive about what you are attracted to? What holds you in its orbit? What pull, what promise, what idea, what emotion, what image, what shapes, what textures capture you for a moment?

We are the Andromedans, and we invite you to ask yourself these questions from time to time when you catch yourself momentarily mesmerized. It is time for the final tuning of your desires, passions and motivations. It is time to audit your responses to media, marketing, materialism, childhood echos and creative impulses.

Work at eliminating your fascination with anything that will feed your ego. Anything that will be instrumental in competing with your fellow man, anything that uses ancient sacred symbolism to hypnotize you into wanting it for anything other than spiritual reasons. Your corporations are using ancient symbolism to lull you into purchases and ideas which are not for your highest good, but rather are hollow acts of predictable slavery. You are the slaves, working to buy what they have for empty reasons. These purchases are to your own detriment.

If you are to purchase something with sacred symbolism, use it for spiritual expression and gratitude. If you already have something purchased for the wrong reason, invent a way to wear, use or enjoy it in a sacred grateful way. This will break the spell of the past, present, and preclude you from repeating this action again in the future. You will bring to an all-stop that which has been holding you back, blocking inspiration and lulling you into unconsciousness.

The formerly nonsensical items you kept yourself from buying, such as adhesive star stickers, pretty rocks, etc, are actually spiritual technology, and you may want to experiment with buying some of these seemingly childish items, and treat yourself to creative play. The creative impulses are what you want to feed here and now. Stop feeding these impulses: media, marketing, materialism, childhood echos.

What is the matter with childhood nostalgia you ask? You need only read your cultures definition of the word nostalgia to find out. Longing for happy moments from the past by purchasing items that trigger a nostalgic response is not for your own highest good, but for the profit of others. You would do better to actually DO some of the happy actions that you did in childhood, such as running, drawing, skipping, sleeping more, cuddling, and finding beauty and value in simple things around you in nature. Take notice of the world as if it is brand new and full of promise. Animals, plants, minerals, elements, weather, swimming, skating and simply allowing yourself to get lost in creative pursuits.

The suggestion to audit your responses to stimuli is what we want to leave you with here. Please try it and see what you uncover. Free yourself from manipulation.

The Andromedans,
via EVE Featherstone

pre·clude/priˈklo͞od/
Verb: Prevent from happening; make impossible.
(of a situation or condition) Prevent someone from doing something

nos·tal·gia/näˈstaljə/
Noun: A sentimental longing for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations.
The evocation of these feelings or tendencies, esp. in commercialized form.

stimuliplural of stim·u·lus (Noun)
Noun:

A thing or event that evokes a specific functional reaction in an organ or tissue: "areas of the brain which respond to auditory stimuli".
A thing that rouses activity or energy in someone or something; a spur or incentive.

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