I gather, guard and transmit my power, my essence, my signature. It’s really quite effortless and natural at this point, but can you even imagine all the times I bumbled through it?
It’s just like taking a walk for you now…not even something you think about, but you had to learn to walk at some point.
And your parents didn’t teach you to walk, not really. They encouraged you, but you taught yourself to walk. There is no way to actually teach a baby to walk. And you did this all on your own as a wee little thing. Pretty amazing. But it’s inbuilt, this ability. And so is “Peerlessness”—it’s a natural state of development for people.
Each person has to choose this and work at it. It’s work and dedication! I taught this to my daughter from the time she was around four, so you’d think she’d be some kind of Olympic Peerlessness Gold Medalist by now. She isn’t. She’s way ahead of the uninitiated, for certain, and she understands all of these concepts naturally because they’ve never been foreign or new to her.
But like all the good stuff we teach our kids, they choose what they will keep and what they will leave by the wayside, or what they will explore and revisit at a later phase in life. She went on and off with it as a teen, as all teens do with stuff their parents have taught them. And now that she is an adult, she is picking it up again. So the idea of anyone being at some kind of crazy advantage because they were taught this or learned this early in life doesn’t always amount to much. You have to choose it. And keep choosing it. Until finally there is no other choice…it becomes more or less your default.
And then, sometimes something happens and we get wiped out. We seem like we’ve got this sewn in our pocket, but something major happens and we seem to be back at square one. I just want to tell you this, because no matter how adept we become, there is no point in getting smug about it. I’m surely not!
When I became enlightened, so many things just got wiped out. All in one nano second, too, not gradually.
Suddenly, I couldn’t feel my boundary at all. I was all Signature and no boundary! I felt co-existent with everything and everyone, as though any kind of center or “me” had utterly vanished. I won’t go into detail here, but I’ll just say that having zero boundary, all while your signal has been amplified by ten thousand, is no way to walk through the human world. I would have been fine as some kind of jungle hermit, but dealing with people or even living around people became incredibly fraught and confusing. I was so good at managing my own system, but it had suddenly transformed into something else, something I was no longer familiar with.
So I had to start over. And it took me years to get good at it again. I didn’t have the programming to contend with, but not having a boundary and being Ultra Sensory meant I was constantly inundated with information from everyone, even when I was trying to sleep. It was totally overwhelming.
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