San Luis Obispo #4
• 1 Heading
o 1.1 Topic: Teacher Contact
o 1.2 Group: San Luis Obispo TeaM
• 2 Facilitators
o 2.1 Teacher: Hilson
o 2.2 TR: Unknown
• 3 Session
o 3.1 Opening
3.1.1 Teaching Mission, Individual
o 3.2 Lesson
3.2.1 Melchizedek Schools, Teacher Contact
o 3.3 Closing
Topic: Teacher Contact
Group: San Luis Obispo TeaM
Teaching Mission, Individual
HILSON: Introduction: GREETINGS I am Hilson. Tonight I would like to talk about the mission and where it is taking us. The mission is to reach out to your fellow brothers and sisters to declare to them the true teachings of our Universe Sovereign, Christ Michael. This can be done in many ways depending upon each individual s understanding of these teachings.
HILSON: For some it is on an individual basis, talking of concepts of relaying the personality of Christ Michael, explaining what his message truly was. For others, the way they live their lives, the poise that they possess [which] itself speaks of the message Christ Michael relayed on this planet.
In this mission each individual is different and that is what makes what we are doing so unique. For if one individual cannot help reach out to someone that is in need of guidance, then another individual that is among the mission can maybe touch this person in a way that was not available.
Each individual has talents, has the ability to communicate and what is being done through this Mission, through us, through your personal teacher, is that we are building on these talents which may be called sharpening the tools you have so that you may use these tools, each individual has different tools, but still the same foundation will be built all the same.
It does not mean that everyone needs hammer and nails, some can use saws. Each person is different. What we are trying to obtain through the individuals of [each] group is a harmony but yet different notes that are being played and then [in] this way you may harmonize [with] someone out there. This way it leaves the gates more open for all to enter.
We as personal teachers know and have studied your individual talents [toward] suggestions from us on how to sharpen your tools or how to tune your notes. We then can make the notes clearer, more resonant for others to hear. This is the first objective of this mission.
Melchizedek Schools, Teacher Contact
HILSON: I know that the talk of schools is very exhilarating but this is part of the mission that must wait for the music, the harmony to come into bloom so to speak, for we cannot build schools and expect everyone to come when we ourselves have yet to work with you in increasing your tone to reach for others.
I would suggest with your personal teachers that you talk to them about what your talents are in reaching out to others and have them make suggestions to you in practice sessions so to speak with your fellow humans and see what you can do help us sharpen your tools.
For an example during the day when you are out among your brothers and sisters, when you are talking with them, relating to them and then come home and spend some time with your personal teacher and ask how was my presentation, how did I do with [this person], are there any suggestions that you may make to improve my ability to speak with this person and listen?
Now sometimes in these meetings you expect to have the answers given right away, but what might occur is the next day you are out conversing with your brother and sisters you may hear a small voice or a nudge that helps you in the direction you must follow, go with that and learn from that.
We are always very willing to be of service. It is amazing that you do not call upon us more, for this is an ample opportunity for you to sharpen your tools and yet are you really taking advantage of the situation you are presented with through us? Are you really working with us as much as you could be?