Monday, August 24, 2009

Tennessee Frequency Group Report #2

I'm passing along the progress reports from a small group of women who having been meeting to work with the material from Frequency on a weekly basis. The first posting is on July 5. This one is from August 1, but I haven't had a chance to get it up online since I've been traveling so much.

My name is Susan and we want to share our experiences from our weekly Frequency Book Gathering in Tennessee. There are six of us. We have read Frequency at least once and studied it independently.
Our Wednesday nights are previews and postviews of what is going on in our world(s). We find that the chapter, verse, even the page number of Frequency are guides, or referrals, or Aha's, about what's going on. Life imitates art and vice versa. We continue to use the Elevator Meditation on page 43 to begin our discussions after we share what is going on in our lives.

Ieshia is having incredible dreams that reflect having one foot in one dimension and one in another. She is dodging an old script about becoming involved in someone else's drama, intending to help. She's realizing they want sympathy and companionship but not help. She has found herself grinning about "nothing" in her zone.

Patsy is all about fun. And she is manifesting lots of it, as well as a new career more to her desires. The position she has created has been posted and she has applied for it. She decided to go on vacation in the fall. . .then wonders why the new job hasn't opened. Hello! She has said to herself, I am creating this and I said after vacation. So, she is having some waiting. She was involved in working in her garden over the weekend and was so ecstatic, "in her home frequency," she couldn't keep the grin off her face.

Susan continues to realize that when she judges another, it is a projection of Susan that doesn't please her. Her visualizations have become very zany—a ride in the rumbleseat of Mr. Toad's roadster; plus singing and dancing "The Rain in Spain Falls Mainly on the Plain." Is this a reflection of her calling down the Jet Stream for a cool and less humid July on the Tennessee-Kentucky border? Think so.

There is a lot of buzz right now with groups getting together to pray into being a world that is enlightened, peaceful, better. We were part of a group of 16 in Nashville last week. While it was empowering and a positive experience, the best part was how deep and profound our small gatherings are for us. That we need go nowhere else or have anyone else lead us to focus. We are focused! It feels very good to be at Home Frequency—and one thing we have noticed—impossible to be less than honest with ourselves and others!

Thanks,
Susan

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