By Jean Tinder
Published in the February 2015 Shaumbra Magazine
We’ve all heard it by now, Adamus saying that the past isn’t what we thought it was. But what does that really mean? It sounds good, the concept is intriguing, but what’s the practical application? In the January Shoud Adamus talked again about changing our consciousness of the past.
“The consciousness you have of your past is very limited. It is generally placed in things like failure, struggle, hardship, suffering and traumas. You put these little particles of consciousness at the most difficult, depressing and dark points of your past. And there they sit, separated from your divine, your Free Self.”
He talked about it a little more and then offered a gift:
“Through the music, I’m going to take a moment and convey to you what it’s like when you let go of the limitations of the past and let it be free.”
To be honest, at the time he was speaking I didn’t really get much out of it. Sitting at the production desk I was focused on making sure the online viewers could see what was taking place. It was a couple days later that I listened again and finally understood. Continue reading