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Imagination Party

Imagination Party

Transcribed by Ellen Gilbert (Kwaa’Ji)
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on December 11, 2005

[MARK’S NOTES: At the end of the previous week’s session Kris asked us to come as someone else. Here is the quote:

KRIS: …And we have a suggestion for the next gathering if you are up to the challenge. Imagine that you are someone else. If you need to, you may even dress up in a manner suitable to the self you imagine yourself to be, and come as that individual, with the awareness of who you are, as well as who you imagine yourself to be. And pay attention to the various states, including the go-between. Do you understand?]

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Multi-dimensional Self

The Amazing Multi-Dimensional Nature of Self

Recorded in Toronto, Canada on March 8, 2004
Transcribed by Mark C. Bukator

7:34 PM Session Starts

KRIS: Now we thank you for your kindness and your presence. We thought that perhaps to pause and to give somewhat of a break from the present line of discussion that we could talk about something a bit different.

Throughout your civilization’s history there have always been individuals who have provided guidance and assistance in one form or another, and of course depending on the cultural background and the times themselves, the specific era, there will be various colorations and depictions of those individuals who give assistance.

In many different older cultures, those for example who have maintained and developed ties to nature and the natural world and of course you have the development of what is referred to as ‘Nature States”, you have the development of “Animal Guides” and an entire culture that centers around the essence of nature, that makes itself into form to communicate with those that are attuned to those energies.

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The Nine Sisters Of Consciousness

Divinity, Creator and Love – 3 Sisters of Consciousness

The Nine Sisters – Part 3

Transcribed by Andrea Klubal
Recorded in Toronto. Canada on October 06, 2003

7:45 PM Session starts but microphone is NOT turned on. Mark catches this rather quickly after a minute or so.

Missing audio: Kris is talking about “Life’s Mistakes” probably prompted by something that was said prior to his entrance into the room. He began by using an analogy of a chef.

KRIS: In the same manner, and just as easily as the chef may put one pinch too much of salt, he or she can decide that the entire dish is ruined, if they do not know more than that. But with a more complete knowledge of the culinary arts, then the chef would know that, if there is a pinch too much salt, you can balance that out with either a pinch of sweet or sour ingredient to bring about a slightly different, but still very acceptable mixture. Do you understand? Continue reading

The Nine Sisters Of Consciousness

The Nine Sisters Of Consciousness – Part 1

Transcribed by Andrea Klubal
September 15, 2003

7:50 PM Session Starts

First of all, you would have to define the term ‘embodied’. You would have to make a case and determine what and who is embodied and what or who is not. You think of us here as disembodied and you think of yourselves as embodied. And you may even consider that any other ideas revolving and evolving out of the disembodied have perhaps very little relevance to the embodied realities. Continue reading

People Problems

How To Deal With Problem People

Transcribed by Marcy Singer
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on September 8, 2003

KRIS: We do thank you and we welcome our new friend. We hope that you will feel comfortable and we will ask all of you to speak later on. So you will have your chance to ask any questions.

Your previous inquiry is one that has much merit, as most people who work in a modern office environment of almost any kind in almost any commerce or venture are bound to be surrounded by coworkers, and therefore have to deal with a number of people on a daily basis. This means that you have to deal also from time to time with the personal issues that issue forth from their private lives into their careers or professional environments, often affecting their coworkers. Continue reading

Integral Balance

A New Kind of Psychology of The Whole Personality

Transcribed by Paula Reinke
Edited by Paul Helfrich
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on August 03, 2003

Session starts at 8:25 PM.

KRIS: We wish you a pleasant evening.

PAUL: Hello, Kris. It’s a pleasure to meet you.

KRIS: We trust that you are comfortable, and there is gunpowder in your gun. (Paul and Mark laugh) You were previously speaking of social and cultural patterns[?], a phenomenon that is quite important for the evolution of your species in terms of value fulfillment. Without those periodic deconstruction and new construction of ideas, ideals, and philosophical goals, your species would peter out rather quickly having no other heights to reach. Thus occasionally you have individuals who put forth ideas, new or reworked insights into the social and cultural fabric of your civilizations. Some fall by the wayside, while others seem to take root, sometimes like weeds, and thus change the fabric of your understanding as a species. Continue reading

Human Personality Structure

What Causes Various Mental Conditions?

Transcribed by Marcy Singer (Arindel)
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on June 30, 2003

KRIS: We do thank you both for having taken the time to come and visit, those near and far.

You were discussing earlier various mental conditions that afflict human beings. And it should always be kept in your minds that indeed there is a thin veil that separates those considered normal and those you might more easily label as disturbed.

What you do not realize is that in your own way you also manifest or display various personality structures, each one expressing various intents, wanting different experiences from reality. But your own personality constructs are highly polished and flow very smoothly one into the other to such a degree that you do not really see any changes that may take place or not. And when you speak with others who follow the same general patterns as yourselves, you do not see any changes unless they are rather radical.

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Are You Limited To What You Know Personally?

Transcribed by Ellen Gilbert (Kwaa’Ji)
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on Monday, March 10, 2003

KRIS: Welcome old friends, new friends, and very old friends. We hope that you are all comfortable. Your preliminary discussion leads to the need for some IMPORTANT and basic understandings. It is often customary to want spiritual understanding and enlightenment almost in the same manner that you habitually consume products and services in your modern society.

Since you are a consumer-driven culture, it is often very difficult to grasp the underlying intent and meanings behind words and concepts, simply because you have been trained from early on to believe that everything must be customized for you and that all of what you need to truly understand a thing or a concept is to read a few key lines of sentences and off you go expecting that this is sufficient.   Continue reading