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MJS4 – Special4 – Spiritual Growth and Raising Children

Special Session #4 – Feb. 26, 2010

Teacher: Monjoronson

Topics: Physical manifestations of meditation
Seeing spiritual colors
Spiritual growth and raising children
Parenting and family relationships
Equality at home and in society
Preparation for parenthood
Prenatal influences
Ease and grace of birth
Resiliency of youth
Religious education
Fostering curiosity
Indigo and Crystal children
Genetic variations and expressions
Dealing with handicaps

TR: Daniel Raphael

Moderator: Vicki Vanderheyden

February 26, 2010

Vicki: Dear Father, we gather together today with gratitude and humility and heartfelt intention, so that we grow in our ability to do your will. We ask for insight, leading us to avenues of service that we can participate in now, as active members of this co-creative process to heal our planet. We pray that those reading these words will find it in their hearts as well, to use the wisdom that Monjoronson imparts in ways that best serve you. In doing so, we are grateful to Michael, Monjoronson and our many other unseen friends who encircuit us with energy and light, as they guide us through this process. Amen

MONJORONSON: This is Monjoronson, and I welcome you to this session. I thank you for your opening prayer, which engages us as “one” in this effort, for we have much to do together, and you are needed to participate in this co-creative development. Thank you.

Vicki: Thank you and good morning, Monjoronson. It does, indeed, feel good to be conversing with you once again.


Vicki:  Is there something you would like to share with us before we begin, or would you like me to jump right in with my questions?

MONJORONSON: I would simply like to tell you that these programs of Christ Michael—the Correcting program, the Correcting Time and the various programs within that—are becoming engaged in the realities of your lives in ways that are not apparent to you. These are in concert with the Most Highs, who have been eagerly looking forward to this era, when they can more directly participate in the joint program of Christ Michael and their work in a more eminent way to the mortals. Thank you.

Vicki: It sounds like we are in for some new work and new direction.

MONJORONSON: It is the same work, in the same direction, but becoming more visible to you.

Vicki: Ahh. Thank you for that. I appreciate the visibility. Shall I begin with my questions now?


Vickie: Today’s questions will primarily address two topics, the primary topic being the spiritual growth and practice of raising children. But before we get into the questions that I have on that topic, I have some questions regarding the physical phenomena of meditation that just couldn’t wait! So I would like to engage you in these questions first.


Vickie: There are certain physical manifestations or phenomena that occur to many of us during our practice of meditation, and I know that there have been some questions in this direction in earlier transcripts, but because so many people are experiencing this phenomena in meditation, I’d like to revisit it, and perhaps ask a few additional questions. Some of these phenomena that I am talking about are, for instance, seeing color, oftentimes billowing clouds, some people feel twinges, and some experience a tearing in their eyes, just as examples. Can you explain these phenomena and the possibilities of them becoming a vehicle for us to perceive this presence of spirit?

MONJORONSON: Most certainly. Meditation for many of you is very much like taking a journey on an airplane. You go to the airport with the intention of traveling. You enter the gate and proceed through the open door of the airplane, walk down the fuselage, sit down, buckle up, look out the window and arrange your affairs so that you can enjoy the journey. Soon the chief attendant announces that the plane is pushing away from the gate. You have already noted that the door has been closed, and you feel the nudge of the plane moving backwards, as the trolley moves it along into the apron, to proceed on its own.

It stops and begins a new direction. You feel the slow movement of the plane as it goes down the tarmac and then approaches the runway. It stops, the pilot gets direction, there is announcement for all to be seated, and the plane proceeds to the runway. Then there is a sudden surge of acceleration; you feel your body pressed back into the seat, you begin to see the ground hurtle past you, as the airplane proceeds more rapidly down the runway. Soon you begin to see the fuselage rise in the front, as the front wheel leaves the tarmac. Soon the airplane leaves the runway and now there is a smooth beginning to the flight. You hear the landing gear collapse into the fuselage and wing assemblies, and you are on your way. The plane proceeds even higher, at a greater angle of ascent.

All of these are very familiar to most of you, and so the process of meditation has a very realistic aspect of this metaphor that I have used. You proceed to your chair, couch or sitting area, with the intention of entering into the stillness. You sit down, cross your legs or become comfortable in some way and you have the further intention of receiving wisdom from your spiritual guides, direction from your Thought Adjuster, or any of the other numerous spiritual entities about you who have an interest in your life and would like to contribute to your life’s journey.

The body experiences this change in “elevation,” in “altitude,” so to speak, so that in some you have the billowing clouds that you see in your eye screen. Others have billowing, colorful scenes, changing dramatic color schemes behind their eyes. Some of you see shadowbox illustrations, or shadows of spiritual figures. Others of you see an outline of the face of Jesus.

All of you have something that occurs in your body to indicate that you have entered into a new environment. Some of you have twitching that goes on in your legs, your muscles; others of you enter into a deeper, deeper relaxed state. Some of you even hear the workings of the midwayers about you, as they clatter and bang around your furniture, quite literally, to indicate to you that you have entered into a new space, a new realm of energy.

These phenomena are attendant to what develops later. As you begin to relax into this state and journey into alpha state of your mental/brain activity, you become more restful and you enter into a transition, a trans-personal experience may develop, or not. You feel “other than;” you have a sense of being in the presence “of,” or that the presence “of” is with you. You begin to have less and less attention focused or given to the outside, so that you rest in the stillness, knowing that you are in the company of that which you usually do not see, and that which you are usually unaware of.

Now, at this point, you begin to experience this cognitively in your thinking, and this is the time not to ask questions about the nature of this experience, as this rational, linear inquiry will then throw you back into a higher energetic level, physically. What you want is to remain at that level in a much lower vibration of your mental and body energy states. Yes, you are entering into a higher state of spiritual existence, but for your body and your mind/brain activity, you want to keep the levels low. These linear inquiries about your transition into this journey, challenges its existence! You cannot be deep in the experience by challenging it, but by letting it come into existence in your mind. Do you see my point?

Vicki: Yes, I do. I have some additional questions. It seems like when I get to that point where I sense presence, I see color, and I’m wondering, is that possibly a signature for the presence of a certain celestial being?

MONJORONSON: Yes, it is. You will find that the Melchizedeks carry with them the color of “magenta.” It can take on different hues, but it is in essence magenta, the combination of blue, violet and red. The spiritual realm under Nebadonia is the “electric blue,” and it is pervasive; it can come to you as a column of blue light, which would be your guardian, or as a disc from left to right of blue, which is Nebadonia.

She fills Nebadon completely with her presence; she is, since the Ascension of the Sovereignty of Christ Michael, she has become thoroughly invested and pervasive in Nebadon, so you would see her either as an all pervasive fog of blue around you, or as a disc of blue as you would see from millions of light years away. Yes, the orders do have colors; this is the signature of their energetic vibration. The angelic realm has true blue color, which is homogeneous. The Melchizedeks, on the other hand, have combined energetic frequencies of various functions—they are administrators and teachers, principally—and so their colors would include several colors together, into one color that we would call magenta.

Christ Michael would come to you as a brilliant light, that would either fill your mind completely, or in your eye screen completely, or the point of brilliant light, “white or blue/white” in nature. He also takes on a similar blue color as Nebadonia. Does this help you?

[Note from transcriber: Astronomers have noted that there is a faint blue colored “haze” that can be seen in between the physical objects in a region of space. They have no explanation for its cause.]

Vicki: This does, very much so, and I feel that my perceptions in some ways have been correct for the being. I often see purple for you, Monjoronson. Is that accurate?

MONJORONSON: Yes, that is very accurate. I am a Descending Son from the First Son and Second Source of the universe, and my color emanates as “purple.” It can vary in its hue, depending upon the proximity I have to the individual.

Vicki: In other words, it would become brighter if you were closer, or would it become….can you explain that a little more?

MONJORONSON: The brightness remains the same, but it would become a lighter hue.

Vicki: A lighter hue….I see. Well, that’s been very helpful; tremendously informative.

MONJORONSON: You can see then, why you could not be in the presence of the First Source and Center as you would literally explode into the various sub-atomic particles, which make up your being. To be in the presence of God, you must be thoroughly prepared for that experience.

Vicki: Yes, I understand. Thank you. I think that actually you have covered that very well, and I think we are ready to move on.

And now, Monjoronson, I’d like to move on to our discussion of children. This discussion has a very special place in my heart, being that a lot of my life’s work has been surrounded by and involved with children. I picked this topic because though there are many resources and guides out there telling us how to raise children, there are also many contradictions. In turn, we live in difficult times and so one can read something, but it doesn’t necessarily apply very well, when one is caught in the midst of the moment with a child. I would really like your input in the area of spiritual growth.

First of all, to begin with, can you give us a general assessment of the progress we’ve made toward parenting and family relationships, here on earth?

MONJORONSON: Yes, I would be glad to. There are many great improvements being made in nations, which foster the education of young ones, and the equality of young ones among adults. It is important that this equality be existent and operative on a social level in the family to be achieved, and in your larger society. Without equality of children and women, a society does not progress well at all. The spiritual development is stagnant and does not grow.

The flip side of spiritual growth is the emotional development of the individual. When one does not feel of being the equal of another, whether adult, an outsider, or a non-family member, then the young growing emotional person feels withered, feels stultified, and feels unequal. And I am not talking about equality of social status, or of wage earning status, but I am speaking about the equality of personal value being equal, whether that individual is 6 weeks old, 6 years old, 16 years old, 60 years old, or a 160 years old—the value of an individual as a member—I didn’t qualify that by saying a “contributing” member—but a member of that society as an equal.

What is important is that the child—and the adult that began in childhood—feel in their body structure, their body energy, that they are accepted. First they are recognized, they are accepted, and they are appreciated as an equal member of that family, or that community and society. This is the beginning of the development of a complete, whole and capable emotional being who can then make contribution [to] their own growth, to the unfoldment and development of their personality, and become a more well-balanced contributor and participant of their family, community and society.

Now, given that long statement, you can now appraise on your own the capacity for various nations, societies, cultures and ethnic groups to contribute to that spiritual growth. I do not need to expand and name nations and cultures where that is deficient. As you may assume, this is independent of economic status of a nation, for we have seen the development of wonderful spiritual growth in individuals who have been raised in impoverished communities and nations.

So it is not so much that economic part, but the cultural environment in which a person is raised that makes the greatest difference. Cultures have capacity to expand or contract the capacity of the individual, to unfold the spiritual potential within them. The reciprocal side of that is that they have become a fully evolved emotional being, and this together makes them a vital and powerful, emotional, social and spiritual being in their life, their family and their community.

Vicki: Thank you. I’m very concerned within our culture of the disenfranchised and broken status of many families, and also the inability of our culture to prepare young people for parenthood. It seems to be the most important role we play and yet it receives the least amount of education and preparation. Can you speak to that?

MONJORONSON: Yes, I would be glad to. Let us move forward in time and look backwards from the perspective of 30 years to your society now. You will, in 2040 look back and see that this era, beginning in the mid 1950’s—and I speak mostly about this United States culture, because it is so influential to your world culture and other nations—that it is something which has an effect upon others, and that is why I mention this culture. You will look back at an era of abandoned children; abandoned children who lost their emotional and social attachment to their families, and [in] some ways to themselves, their communities, their society and their world. You will see that this is a painful transient era of abandonment; you will see this era which led to much more conscious and intentional purposes for childrearing.

Thirty years from now, your world will have passed through the decimation and the withering of your populations and the winnowing of those who can survive and those who cannot. Though you will see that it is essential for a sustainable community to come into existence, that childrearing be given the incredible and complete attention that it thoroughly deserves, for in the years before age 20, lies the developing potential for the person later in their life to become a contributing member to their family, clan, community and society.

Childrearing will be seen as far too important to be ignored for economic reasons. Having large families will not be encouraged, and small families of meaningful nature—less than 4 children—will be encouraged, whereas having a single child will be thought of as peculiar, for the social necessity of raising children to learn how to be children, rather than being adults at such an early age, which is oftentimes the case when children are raised alone. It is a matter of how to bring and educate effective adults into existence. And this begins even before conception. I will leave those statements as they exist and you can continue.

Vicki: Okay. This relates to many of my questions. I am going to start with a general one that is important. Are there spiritual developmental milestones, so to speak, that align with the ages and stages of physical and mental development?

MONJORONSON: Yes, there are several: one is, of course, the time of conception, and the second is the age between 4 and 5, when the first moral choice is made and the child receives the Thought Adjuster, the presence of God as in that state, which then moves on eventually into the later stages of life as a person prepares themselves and is prepared for their transition to the morontial realm. Most individuals are completely unaware of the spiritual stages of growth and development.

You become more aware of them as you become more aware of your social and spiritual growth, become aware of those stages as you think about, you reflect upon your thinking, the decisions you made and how wrong some of them were—and how unexpectedly some of them were miraculously correct! They contribute to your future welfare, socially and spiritually. Only in evolving societies do you become aware of those changes, which then become a powerful contributor to your God presence, your Thought Adjuster’s urging to you for your growth.

Vicki: You’ve made a couple of references to conception, so I’m going to ask this next question: As we learn about the young infant, we are discovering how very susceptible they are to early experiences. From a spiritual standpoint, are there crucial periods at their conception and early development that we may not be aware of, and can you describe that for us?

MONJORONSON: Yes. Life begins at conception; this is when personality is bestowed; this is when the eminence and presence of the individual becomes present. There are marked developments in the environment of that individual, even at the earliest stages, which have a powerful effect upon who this person becomes, and the capacity of them to unfold those potentialities. Of course, the first and most immediate environment is that of the mother—the physical—and the physical exists on many levels; endocrine, glandular processes have a tremendous influence upon the development of the child.

The nervous state of the mother has a tremendous influence upon the energetic development of that child. The use or non-use of toxic material has a powerful effect as well. These can include pesticides, and toxic psychogenic substances, whether they are prescription or non-prescription drugs. The social environment of the mother has a powerful effect as well.

At the energetic levels, the individual is susceptible to the influence of the mother, the father, the family and visitors. The human consciousness of mankind/humankind on your world, as well, has an effect. The genetic coding and the wholeness of that genetic code is a powerful influence. You could go back generations to see the temperament of ancestors coming forward into this new little person, being evident as well. Other individuals come into the world with predispositions of temperament, which are unknown to you, which precede the individual in many ways. The genetic, social family heritage is one, but the soul heritage of the individual is another.

Some individuals seem to come into the world with something to do, an agenda, even before they are an adult. They have capabilities which seem innate and complete, whereas with other children, they seem to be completely absent. These emanate from the soul experience of the individual prior to conception. This as well involves the Thought Adjuster and it does not argue against the Thought Adjuster bringing memories of other lifetimes to bear upon that individual. It is not a matter of reincarnation, for your ignorance about historic or preceding memories do not necessarily include ideas of reincarnation, as you think they are.

Your cultures and your writers have had an overly simplistic—in some ways illogical approach towards karmic experiences of individuals, which stems from those earlier memory patterns given to the soul, carried by the soul into this experience. These are far more developed answers than you asked for, but I think they will satisfy the curious mind, at least for now.

Vicki: Yes, and they certainly will generate more questions! Thank you for that. So it sounds like not only the condition of the mother but also the individual’s, environment and community surrounding the mother that has a significant impact at the time of conception. Am I correct?

MONJORONSON: Most certainly. This becomes more and more ingrained into the growing fetus, as it develops.

Vicki: I’m going to move to the birth experience, and I’m not sure you can answer this, but I will ask. Spiritually speaking, what would you describe as the perfect condition for one’s birth experience?

MONJORONSON: Ease and Grace. (Long pause.) The emotional environment of the individual as they enter into this experience will be remembered by that individual in their unconscious and subconscious mind. It requires quite a regressive effort to recall that experience, by most individuals. It sometimes can be made more easily through trans-personal experiences, which involve accidents or some motivating, energetic experience that causes this to occur, with the intention of recalling those events.

Yet, you can see evidence of ease and grace in the birth process among individuals around you. If you were able to talk to the mothers of your friends, or to the mothers of children around you and have them explain the birth experience, you would see a general trend of calm and tranquility and inner peace among those individuals who had glad tidings, a welcoming as they came into the world as another individual, as they left their mothering experience. This helps begin the emotional journey outside of the womb. This emotional experience, however, did begin earlier before birthing and continues through the birth experience into their early life.

For the individual, the emotional journey begins long before their birth, and so the joy that is usually expressed at birth is usually the joy that preceded that event, as mother, father, grandparents and others were joyous and pleased with reception of this new person who would soon come into their physical presence. As well, this ease and grace continues through the infancy and childhood, as these individuals already have had the emotional preparation and gratitude for this child coming into their presence.

So the event of birthing is not isolated, but is really a part of a continuum of emotional and social acceptance—or rejection—that the person receives through the early developmental stages of their life, and which become ingrained and emplaced into their adulthood, if it continues unabated, or as firmly as it was earlier. This happiness, being pleased, gives a person a feeling of continuous emotional fulfillment and acceptance, which is essential for the individual to engage themselves socially with others as an equal.

This allows them to avoid the distraction of emotional upheaval, emotional disturbance. Those who have been accepted and have had a pleasant emotional journey are balanced, and they are on their feet, ready to move forward and look forward to the future. When you are not in balance and have a sense of dis-ease in your emotional and social surroundings, much of your energy is directed into gaining that balance and the capacity to move forward in your life.

Vicki: Thank you. You touched on resiliency, and it is something that our social scientists in our culture have studied. The results from those studies indicate that the main factor contributing to the resiliency of those youths, who are able to overcome some of their genetic and environmental disabilities is the connection and intimate involvement with one adult mentor in their lives. Can you comment on this and maybe explain a bit why some children coming from poor childhood conditions are more resilient than others?

MONJORONSON: The reason why this is not a matter of wealth is that oftentimes in wealthy homes, the child is raised by a group of people. The mother and father flit in and out of their life, their siblings are usually engaged in something else, aunts and uncles have their own lives, and grandparents usually live hundreds of miles away. Nannies come and go, and so the child does not have one solid model to pattern their social behavior after, or to engage in social discussions about personal and social issues to the extent that they learn how to resolve them.

Oftentimes in poor communities, even those which are extremely impoverished, there is one individual who is with that child through their infancy, childhood, adolescence and early adulthood, and even into their adulthood, so that the individual has a reference to engage problems or difficulties—or celebrations—with another, to discuss as to how to attack or engage a problem or situation for positive outcome. This is why families seem to build upon the ancestors.

In extended family situations, which are healthy, and which have had great personal, emotional, social experiences, children can learn a tremendous amount by the time they leave the family group, to be on their own. And it is particularly influential when one adult member becomes the mentor to tutor the individual into responsible adulthood. You see that particularly where this is a very positive influence, or a very negative, socially destructive influence.

Tutoring and mentoring can occur from those who are antisocial, and those who are highly social and have the capacity and capability to bring out the best in their own lives, and those in others. Of course, individuals from the family and clan, or community become mentors for many children, and this is where grandparents are particularly useful, because they have already been through the turmoil and torment of difficulties of early adulthood [with] their own families and now have the peace, the vast reservoir of experiences to reflect upon, and of course the residue of wisdom that emanates from the reflection of those experiences.

It is important for parents and mentors, grandparents, to help the child reflect upon their experiences, to give them the capacity to weigh the value, or the severity or the difficulty or joy of these experiences that they have. Simply saying to them, “This too will pass,” is one way of assisting them and assessing their situation. Another is to remind the child, “Well, remember last year, when such and such occurred, and how you haven’t thought about it for months, have you?” The child will say, “No,” and you will say, “Well then, think of this problem the same way, that you have a problem to overcome, that you will resolve it and you will be back in peace, and all will be past.”

This develops the resiliency of the individual to not only overcome, but work through the issues and problems of personal and social life, during their life’s journey. So too, experiences of grand accomplishment must also be given the same weighting and assessing process, as those of tremendously negative and destructive experiences. Sometimes, positive experiences of a grandiose nature totally overwhelm the child and they are swept from their childhood, into adulthood, missing the wonderful era of growing through their adolescence and all it entails.

Child prodigies are difficult for your society to work with, as they are still social children who need to go through the socially developmental process of achieving adulthood, peacefully and with capacity to engage their eventual fame in an appropriate manner. Your recent example of a tremendous golfer is one that we have in mind. This wonderful person had the wonderful and generous assistance of a mentor, who aided him tremendously in the accomplishments of his sport.

Yet when this child’s father passed away, he was left on his own to then deal with his fame on his own, and of course he has fallen from grace and status in your society. This is a reflection of his lack of learning from his mentor father the vicissitudes of fame, the succumbing to the environment of fame, power and money by those who would want to share in his fame and wealth.

The development of children as prodigies is a problem in your society. Many of you have taught your children to strive to achieve fame, recognition and societal excellence, yet the humility of growing simply from day-to-day is the process by which great personalities come into existence and who can then assume the mantle of power and glory and social acceptance and fame, as opposed to all the detrimental factors that can affect them, when they do achieve those levels. Yes, these are significant people, and I am speaking about grandparents, aunts and uncles who can mentor a child, not for a day, not for a week, but for month after month, year after year in a consistent manner.

And if not consistent through that process, then repeatedly over the years to influence the child in the best they can become. This, as well, helps the mentor and the grandparent to enfold and unlock that teaching and that almost morontial capacity to teach that which you have learned, which is part of the wonderful ascendant journey that you will experience, and can begin experiencing in this lifetime and will know intimately in future lifetimes. Thank you.

Vicki: There is much to think about here. I’m going to lead us in another direction. We are coming from a generation where many during their childbearing and childrearing ages, rejected the path of traditional religious institutions, and in doing so, were left somewhat on their own, as to how to provide spiritual education to their children. How did that impact the future spiritual development of these children?

MONJORONSON: It has affected these children powerfully; as adults, their main ingredient that they are lacking is curiosity. It requires a much greater effort by the Thought Adjuster, God presence within them, to tickle their “curiosity button,” so to speak, so that the individual begins to wonder about God, whether God exists and further, how God impacts and is involved in their personal life. This is a generation—you have generations [of] literally hundreds of millions of people, even almost whole continents that are bereft of God consciousness, in their lives on a moment-to-moment basis.

The one thing that religious education exposure has given people is the awareness that there is a God, or if the God their religion explained was difficult to accept, then the individual struggled to find a God concept that they could accept and could find and engender in their personal life. Religions in the 20th, and even centuries before, gave individuals a jaundiced, “sweet and sour” approach to God, to the Divine, and something to be consciously accepted or consciously rejected, rather than simply living with as a continuum of experience. The best religions give the individual a gentle but continuous exposure to the spiritual presence of the spiritual realm, the realm of the spiritual in their lives as existent at all times in their life, and that it does not come just from church, but comes from the way the person lives and they way they think about engaging their life.

There is the part called Providence that we have spoken of before, which is the handshake, so to speak, of the operational level of living between the individual and the spiritual enfoldment in their life. I will stop with that and let you ask further elucidating questions.

Vicki: Okay. So now that we’ve created this “mess,” how do we clean it up? What can we do now to help those individuals who may be lacking in that early day-to-day spiritual experience?

MONJORONSON: For those of you who do know God, and who live with the expression of God in your life, you are encouraged to pray for the spiritual awakening of individuals around you, at home, at work, at play, your social friends, those across the continents or across the oceans, pray for their spiritual awakening. You truly have a very, very powerful affect upon this awakening of individuals, most of whom you will never meet. You can have an awakening effect upon individuals, who you do know, without approaching them about a discussion about God.

Many people in this generation are offended by someone asking them about their commitment to God. A gentle way of opening this and either engaging or letting it drop is to ask a person if they have a spiritual practice in their life, and this can oftentimes query a chain reaction of curiosity in the individual of unknown proportions to the one who asked the question. It is a way of engaging the conscious mind to be curious about the question and perhaps an answer.

Oftentimes this gentle approach is sufficient for Thought Adjusters and midwayers to begin tickling the “curiosity button” of the individual in ways which only become known to the individual years or decades later. Oftentimes, those of you who pray for others want to see and hear about positive results promptly, but in the spiritual unfoldment of the individual sometimes it only comes within the last years of a person’s life. It is most unfortunate when you see an individual who has never come to be curious about God to then enter in their elder years into mental states of confusion, so that they no longer have the mental capacity to cognitively engage the question in a constructive manner.

The times of quandary of an individual are those when a person passes through the decades of their life, those momentous birthdays where they wonder about their mortality and the continuance of their life, and the meaning and purpose of their life. Yes, you can have a powerful effect, and you do not need to become socially offensive or abusive to engage people in a positive way, that will provide results in the future. Thank you.

Vicki: I have a question about baptism. Among our many cultures there are different rituals of baptism, and much diversity in the age at which one is baptized. I’m wondering about the whole ritual about baptism, which of course we know that Jesus engaged in within his adulthood, and I’m wondering how does this relate to a more spiritually advanced culture? Is there a similar practice that takes place?

MONJORONSON: Let me answer the earlier part of your question as a continuation of my answer of the last question. And, that is the ceremony of baptism is a conscious process of consciously and co-creatively engaging spirit with that of the individual, the child or the adult. It is the intention of that ceremony that is most important. It is most powerful when that intention continues in the consciousness of those who witness the ceremony, those who perform the ceremony, and the individuals who were of the benefit of that ceremony, to hold that intention in their consciousness through the coming weeks, months and years of their life; that there was a time, a moment, that they can point to when the inauguration of their spiritual beginnings can be pointed to. Many cannot. Many of you who have become Born Again Christians having experienced this re-baptism of the spirit, by the spirit, in your life, through the engagement and awakening of the Thought Adjuster in your conscious mind, of something momentous that has occurred.

For some of you, this has evolved from a growing consciousness and awareness in you, that you are more than just your name; you are more than just who other people see; you are more than the summation of all the parts of your being that you are something else and that you are a spiritual being, who is becoming a spiritual entity, who is becoming more through every moment, through every decision, through your experiences and reflections of past experiences in the decisions that you made and the engagement of a more highly evolved mind, in your life. Yes, baptism is a highly important time. If you were to experience that now for the first time, you should “turn around and high-five” your friends nearby, so that it is seen as a celebration, one that is ingrained and emplaced in your memory, and that you have a wonderful experience to reflect upon.

This is held in mind by parents and grandparents when they remember this, but for most it is just another religious ceremony, the acquisition of another social notch in their religious belt, so that they have recognition of legitimacy in their local society, their local church and community. These are the least favorable aspects of baptism, when it becomes something of social accomplishment, than something of personal rebirth.

The bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah are significant occasions as well, for the Hebrew of the Jewish faith, particularly one that is seen as a spiritual becoming, a spiritual awakening, of coming into your own. This too, is a baptism of sorts, where the individual becomes much more responsible for their personal social and spiritual and religious and growth and accomplishments. There are others that are attained in adulthood, but these are usually very personal in nature, rather than social or something that is part of the community.

Vicki: For me, you have given some tremendous meaning to this whole process of baptism. In some of our Christian cultures, at the time of baptism, we are given godparents. I think many of us have fallen short of our role as godparents to that little being, but now we may understand its importance.

MONJORONSON:  Certainly.

Vicki:  I’m going to ask some curiosity questions, and I’m going to be very brief with them, but there are just a few that I feel might help us. I’ve heard from some young parents, that their babies often look beyond them, as if they are detecting the presence or actually seeing celestial beings. Are more of our young children actually capable of detecting this?

MONJORONSON: Most certainly.

Vicki: I know there has been much discussion in past transcripts about what is commonly referred to as the Indigo child or the Crystal child. I do not feel it is necessary for us to expound too much on that, but I do have a couple clarifying questions. Are Indigo and Crystal children the same genetic species, or are they two separate variations? And if so, how do they differ?

MONJORONSON: These are variations of the genetic code. It is simply a matter of the expression of that gene in their life that brings this about. The initiation of this expression occurs through the energetic involvement by midwayer and angelic beings to unfold this expression. There are many aspects of the gene code of your species that have not been expressed, though they do become expressed in some individuals. The capacity for great intuitive ability to know that which is not empirically knowable is one of them. The capacity for psychic awareness to see and to hear and to intuitively know as well that which is remote from them and that which has not been experienced is another expression of a gene.

What you are seeing in the Indigo and Crystal children is a much more massive expression of this genetic code. It is timely; this is part of the evolutionary development of species variations that your geneticists have seen over time. When it is time, and there is need, the expression of new genetic variations begins to become apparent. The Crystal and Indigo children are a part of that expression.

Their expression of this gene is needed at this time, and at this developmental stage of your world, socially, and as a planet, to bring into existence the next social, cultural and civilizational developments that are needed for your species to survive. There is within the genetic code of your species, many, many genes that have not come into expression, which are necessary to be expressed to sustain the human species and a stock for the development of new souls on your world and in Nebadon.

There are other variations which are coming into existence that are helped by the conscious use and projection of consciousness of new fathers and mothers to be, those children who are progenitors of the children who will come after the Crystal and Indigo children. It was through the conscious engagement of midwayers and angels who brought about these Indigo and Crystal children; now these children can bring about the next variation through their conscious projection of their consciousness into the process of conception.

Vicki: Wow! So it is all the more important that we prepare these Indigo and Crystal children, spiritually.

[ This is Daniel: What I saw was the finger of God, as painted by Michelangelo on the Sistine Chapel—quite literally the finger of God acting in the

begetting, the unfoldment of these children!

Vicki: Oh my! Yes. Amazing!

[[Daniel: That’s the metaphor I saw, and the finger of God was involved in this. We’ve heard that phrase before, and it is figurative and accurate.]]

Vicki: Oh yes, and I picture that scene in the Sistine Chapel as well.]

Vicki: Monjoronson, I have one more question. As you pointed out to us for one who has been handicapped, both by the genetic endowment and early experiences, it’s very difficult for them to project energy toward the healing and welfare of others. And I’ve indeed met those individuals who primarily function at a level of self-service or survival. I’m wondering, how can we help them overcome that energetic disability?

MONJORONSON: Again, this begins in childhood, by treating the individual, the child, as an equal of others, that even though they might have a disability—let us say they have a hip dysplasia or some difficulty in walking, or curvature of the spine, or blindness—that they are nonetheless expected and it is anticipated that they participate in the family, community and society, in the same manner as everyone else, that they are not “special,” either positively or negatively in comparison to others, that this simply is a limitation, which does not have an impact or an effect, or a value given to them as an individual.

What usually has occurred is that these children have been raised to think that they have a value, which is different from others, difference meaning that they have “less” value than others. Therefore, this individual begins to feel sorry for themselves, they feel like they have special needs and special needs for attention. What they are striving to do is to embellish or fulfill, or flesh-out, [to] energize their aspect of self-image and self-worth, whereas the fulfillment or development of self-worth and self-image is done on a day-by-day basis by recognizing this child as an equal of other children, and having the same value as other children.

It is important that they be recognized and accepted and appreciated equally, as others. Variations from that will give them a disjointed sense of self-worth, social acceptance and self-image that is at a distance from others in that they will feel that they need to be taken care of and that they have special needs. When these are deeply ingrained in the person in their adolescence and early adulthood, it is nearly impossible to displace those feelings of negative self-worth and self-image, later. They will need to undergo a spiritual renewal or development to come into personal awareness that “who” they are is not “what” they are, that their value as a child of God is equal to every other individual.

As long as they have mental capacity to engage these questions on a rational, cognitive basis, then they can take on the responsibility of growth in overcoming the self-image and self-worth that they were made to feel as a child. These are the same responsibilities of every individual who is not disabled physically, or handicapped in some way. For us, we see you basically, almost all of you to a person on your whole earth, as handicapped.

You are definitely handicapped in so many ways; very, very few of you have a self-worth and self-image that is in accord with who you are and what you are, in the eyes of Christ Michael, myself, Machiventa and your guardian angels and midwayers. Were you to have the self-image and self-worth that we hold for you, you would accelerate greatly and your physical disabilities would be seen as very minor. On the other hand, some of you are, unfortunately, handicapped in the mental and emotional function of your mind, organically or functionally.

This is most unfortunate, as it limits you in your capacity and ability to lift yourself up spiritually and emotionally by your bootstraps. Though I tell you this is not impossible to do, for we have witnessed very many miracles in the overcoming of functional and organic mental and emotional disabilities by individuals who would simply not accept them, knowing that they are truly worthy and deserving children of God to know their very best that God’s love can give them. Thank you.

Vicki: Thank you, Monjoronson.  I am a little overcome emotionally by your last statement. Thank you for that. Unless you have something to add, then I believe our work is done for now, and may I thank you very much for the contribution you have given us today.

MONJORONSON: You are most welcome, and it has been a pleasure to have this session with you. You will find, dear Vicki, you are growing as much as anyone, and that you are the point of the pencil, whose hand is held and activated by God and by your Thought Adjuster, and by those spiritual individuals around you. Through your life much is written for others to appreciate and enjoy, and grow through, so you are the place of greatest friction for our work and for the needs of others.

You simply need to ask for support, where and when you need it, even in ways which you do not understand for you to cope with this great influence in your life at this time. Know that we bless you; we wish only the best for you, and that the love of God and Christ Michael and Nebadonia surround you, and is shot through every molecule of your body. Thank you and good day.

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