SANANDA: Such a wonderful time to be here! There are so many now that feel, things are just so hard. And they are. But what makes them feel so hard is that we focus in on how hard they feel, instead of focusing in on what makes us feel better. So this is what we will talk about in this class. We will talk about what makes us feel better. Let's say, when things start all over again in a different dimension, everything that you could possibly imagine rises in vibration. This can be everything from, hmm… what you like to wear, to (if you like to eat) what you like to eat, to laws. Oh... haven't they gotten a bad reputation lately? Last week you were talking about "structures" and "limitations". Correct? Now, let's talk about how we can CHANGE those structures and limitations.

 

多么美妙的时刻在这里!很多人感觉事情是那么难。是的,但那是因为我们集中精力在它们如何难上面,而没有集中在什么可以使我们感觉好些。这就是我们将要在这堂课讨论的。来谈谈什么使我们感觉好些。我们说,当事情在一个不同的维次重新开始时,你可以想象的一切都在震动上提升。这些东西可以是从......你希望穿的衣服,你喜欢吃的东西,到法律。噢......它们最近还没有败坏名声吗?上周你们讨论了“结构”和“局限”,对吧?现在,让我们来谈谈如何改变结构和局限。

 

Let's start with the very basics, yes? We have Ten Commandments here. Correct? Doesn't it seem strange that all ten of those Commandments sound so foreboding? We have all those "Thou shalt nots". So what we're going to decide to do this time is we're going to change them to "Thou shalt", yes? Let's start out with "Thou shalt accept all the Love the Universe has to offer to you".

 

"Thou shalt enjoy and feel ALL the Joy that you can possibly contain within your Being"… without maybe exploding? What else "Shalt" we do? "We shalt consider all that we do FUN instead of work"! And we SHALL be "gracious" unto ourselves. Yes? That, too, is a big one. We tend to be trained to be gracious to others. Why can we not also be trained to be gracious to our selves? If, we are gracious to ourselves, would it not automatically encompass being gracious to everyone else? For how can someone truly be gracious to others if they cannot be gracious to themselves? . Please explain that these are questions that they're not necessarily going to receive a grade for. *smile* Yes? They are going to be grading their OWN answers, within their hearts, hopefully. How do we count our blessings?

 

让我们从基本的开始。我们有十戒条,是吗?所有这些戒条听起来都是对不详之事的预知,这不是很奇怪吗?我们有那些“你不可”。这次我们决定要做的是把他们变成“你可以”。让我们开始从“可以接受所有宇宙提供给你的爱”,“可以享受和感觉所有能够从你的身体内部获取的愉悦”......还有什么我们可以做?“我们可以考虑做自己有兴趣的事而不是工作”!我们应当对自己“和蔼”,对吧?是的,这很重要,我们通常被训练的对别人和蔼。为什么不能训练的对自己和蔼呢?如果我们对自己和蔼,难道不是自动包含了对其他人和蔼了吗?因为一个对自己都不能和蔼的人怎么能够真正的对别人和蔼呢?让我们继续,请解释一下这些问题,它们没有必要得到一个“微笑”级别的答案,但希望是来自内心的答案。我们如何计算我们得到的恩赐?

 

QUESTION NO. 1

How many blessings can you count (in the "here and now" and where you are in doing this class)?

 

问题 1

你可以计算多少恩赐?(这里,现在,就在你上这堂课时?)

 

Well, the answer, quite frankly is, you can't count that high... I don't think. Let me see... can we start with the basics? I am thankful that I can breathe? I'm thankful that this wonderful heart of mine beats blood all through the body that feeds it. I am thankful that I have hair that keeps my scalp from getting sunburned when I go outside in the sun. I am thankful that... oh, that's too basic, having a roof over your head. How about I am thankful that I have this marvelously textured roof over my head? I am thankful for a soft chair to sit in. See... I guess the point that I'm trying to make is, if you were to stop, and you were to think back to what it was like to live around... hmm… 2000 years ago? We did not really have comfortable chairs like this to sit in. We had straw mats that stuck you when you moved. We had rocks. We had tree stumps, if we were lucky enough to be around trees. And we had dirt… with "critters". We were thankful then, too. Look at all this. (Looking around the room). It's like when I first came in and arrived... I heard bells tinkling. (Wind chimes). You can hear the wind actually singing! That, too, is something to be most thankful for. We were thankful that we heard the wind singing through leaves and reeds, and now you can totally surround yourself with the music of the wind! Ah, and you have those marvelous things that keep food cold. You do not have to eat "dried meat" all the time. Water that comes in your house! Isn't that WONDERFUL? So you see, even though things are "hard" in some aspects at this point in time, it's also been "designed" to come at a time when you are at your most comfortable... to make it easier on you. So! Let's do another question for the lesson, shall we?

 

好的,坦诚的说,答案是你算不出很多......我不这么认为,让我们来看看......从最基本的开始?我感恩我可以呼吸?我感恩我伟大跳动的心脏让血液流过身体。我感恩我有头发,可以在外出时避免我的头顶晒伤。我感恩......噢,这些太基本了。这个怎么?我感恩在我头上有这么奇妙的纹理?我感恩椅子坐上去是软的。看......我想我要说的重点是,如果你停下来,去回想2000年前的生活是怎样的?我们并没有这么舒服的椅子。我们有石头,有树桩,如果我们足够幸运周围有树的话。我们有的是泥土,和生物,但我们同样感恩。看看这些(环视房间),就像我第一次来到,我听到铃声响(风鸣)。你可以听到风在歌唱!这也是最值得感恩的事情。我们感恩我们听到风吹过叶子和芦苇的歌声,现在你们完全环绕在风的音乐里!嗯,你们有那些了不起的东西可以冷却食物。你们不必总是吃“干肉“。房子里有自来水!这不是美妙的吗?所以你看,虽然事情在某些方面是艰难的,但是它们总是被“设计”在你觉得最舒服的时刻到来......使你觉得容易些。那么,让我们来问第二个问题吧?

 

QUESTION NO. 2

When you walked, on this planet, in this dimension, 2000 years ago, what would you have been most thankful for then?

 

问题 2

当你生活在2000年前的地球,在这个维次,你会最感恩什么?

 

We don't really want to throw people into a tailspin over "past lives" or anything like that. We're just asking you to use your imagination on this question. Yes? When you (Janisel) are transcribing this tape tomorrow, won't it make you MOST grateful that you are not writing on slate? Yes? You have these lovely machines that do most of the work for you, do they not? So... it's the little things that you take for granted the most, which you could find yourself being MOST grateful for. Look at this one (Dolly, the Light Puppy)... this little bundle of joy. It's fine for her to come and see me, however, if everyone could just follow her example… she lives in the NOW... ALL THE TIME! When she is happy, what does she do? She shows you. When she is sad, what does she do? She shows you. If she is sleepy, what does she do? If she is grumpy, what does she do? She does not have to speak the same language as you in order for you to be able to understand her fully when she expresses her feelings, correct?

 

我们不是真的想使人们通过“前世”或诸如此类陷入混乱。我们只是要你们用想象来回答这个问题。当你(Janisel)明天抄录这个磁带时,你会感恩你在岩板上抄录吗?你们有这些可爱的机器可以为你们做大部分的工作,不是吗?这些你们认为理所当然的小事,你们会为它们感恩吗?看看这个(Dolly, 小狗)......这个快乐的小东西。它来这里见我很好,如果每个人都可以跟随它的例子......它一直活在当下!它开心时做什么?它让你知道它开心。它伤心时做什么?让你知道它伤心。如果它困了,它做什么?如果它生气,做什么?当它在表达自己的感受时不需要用你的语言就能让你完全的明白,对吗?

 

There was an "exercise" that I was a part of this morning (AAUM Temple Gathering), to where some of you were able to be put in touch with some of the energies that you help co-create... WAY BACK before any of this was a twinkle in anybody's eyes. This is part of the reason why some of you were allowed to do that exercise... for the sheer fact that you need to get back in touch with some of those most "baser" ideas and ideals and concepts that you came up with way back when. Yes?

 

今天早上我参加了一个“练习”(AAUM庙会),在那里你们很多人可以与你们协助创造的能量建立连接......回到很久以前,这些都会使人们的眼睛“发亮”的。这就是你们许多人应该来做那个练习的原因......你们需要找回那些很久以前你们提出的最基级的思想和概念。

 

QUESTION NO. 3

If you were to pick what some people would classify as a "baser" life form from this world, which of those baser life forms would you pick and why? Let us stick to "animals" for this question… and not include the amoebas and insects, yes?

 

问题 3

如果让你从这个世界选一种人们称之为“基级”的生命模式,你会选哪些?为什么?让我们以“动物”为例......但不包括变形虫和昆虫。

 

We consider this little furry creature here (Dolly) as a wonderful Light Being. However, those that are having a really hard time with the energies right now may consider her a "lower" or "baser" life form. Yes? So... let's look at it this way. Is there not ONE baser life form on this planet that cannot fully and completely express itself? Are they baser or lower life forms than humans? They are "different"; however, the "thing" that really differentiates YOU as humans from them as animals, is the thought processes. It's the thought processes that allow those limitations that allowed the "guilt" from the last lesson. This one (Dolly) has a brain. She also has thought processes. YOU have thought processes also. You say, "Hmm... I am hungry. What of the many THOUSANDS of things can I choose from to eat?" Whereas THIS one (Dolly), she thinks "Hmm… I'm hungry. What did she put in my food bowl? Or, I could always go eat a lizard!" Therefore, who has the most choices? Who has the most to be grateful for? Now, that is just one example. If you felt like taking a nap, you could sleep in your chair, yes? You could sleep in your bed, you could sleep on the floor. You could sleep anywhere you wanted to. So can she. But the only limitation she has is the limitations you impose upon her. Yes? This is more of a more "baser" way of showing you the limitations you set upon yourselves or allow others to set upon you. Just look at the way you interact with her. They are pure examples of "limitations". Now, this one (Dolly) has a mighty voice! And if she wants something to change, does she not know how to push your buttons?

 

我觉得这个毛绒绒的小东西(Dolly)是个美妙的生命。但是那些目前因为能量艰难度日的人们认为它是“低等”或“基级”生命,对吗?那么......让我们这么想,在这个星球上没有一个基级生命不能完全表达它们自己的?它们比人类低级吗?它们是“不同”的;然而对它们动物来说不同与你们人类的是思考过程。正是思考过程允许了上节课来自内疚的局限性。它(Dolly)有大脑。它也有思考过程。你们也有思考过程。你们说“嗯......我饿了,我从这一千种食物里选择吃什么呢?而这个(Dolly),它想“嗯......我饿了。她在我的食碗里放了什么?或,我可以吃一只蜥蜴!”因此,谁有最多的选择?谁有最多感恩的理由?如果你想小憩一下,你可以在椅子上睡,可以在床上,也可以在地板上。你可以在任何你想睡的地方睡。它也可以,但是只在你限制它能够的地方,是吧?这是更“基级”的方式,显示你或允许他人强加与你的局限。只要看看你是怎么影响它(Dolly)的。它们是“局限”的纯粹的例子。现在,Dolly有强壮的声音,如果它需要什么东西改变,它不知道如何让你知道吗?

 

JANISEL: Oh yes! She lets me know!

 

JANISEL:噢,是的,它会让我知道!

 

SANANDA: I think she lets ALL of you know, yes? Maybe even the neighbors at times? And definitely the other critters that run around outside...THEY know! Therefore, she is speaking what she feels, from her heart. Sometimes her stomach! Mainly, from her heart. Therefore, could humans not learn lessons from the animals? This is, in part, the answer to that last question. Therefore, whatever animal they picked, that they would appreciate being for a small period of time, (I'm sure it would be wise to go through and find the characteristics of that animal); is the animal "predator" or "prey"? If they were predator or prey, how high would they consider themselves on the food chain? Ego stipulates... "Oh, the King of Beasts!". Depends on which continent you're talking of, of course. Every continent does have its "King of Beasts" whether they're fully acknowledged or not. Unfortunately, I don't think that the cougar has the same, shall we say, "status" as the lion from Africa? Let's consider the person that picks the "King of the carnivores", yes? This person sees themself as very aggressive, very domineering. Then let's compare that to the person that sees themself as a deer… the shy, the timid, the fleet of foot.

 中文翻译:丙辰甲己

ASCENSION CLASS #2SANANDA

  "If It Feels Good - DO IT!"

 扬升课 #2撒南达 如果感觉好就做!(简译)

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