Okay, Achim, now about your kind "reciprocal
gift" offer and the Hawaii-New Lemuria comments and requests…
There is no need for reciprocal gifts of any
kind. You know by now that the Kulla I brought for you from Yellowstone
is a gift from the Spirit realm to you. And we all now also know the
reason for it. I was just a carrier, a messenger. Which
is a part of the service work which I had agreed to perform prior to
this incarnation. So I am not looking for any rewards of any other
compensation in the 3D world.
I am saying this to you, but I also want our
other fellow-SOEs to hear it. And here’s why. I am getting this download
right now as I am writing this to you...
When we were on the The
Altomesayok Journey: On theAngel Trail in Peru (May-Jun
2009), some of our mountain spirit guides (Apus) warned us about
charging set fees for our healing work. Generally, that’s a no-no.
Shamans, Curranderos, Curranderas and other forms of Native Medicine Men
and Women did not used to charge for their services. They were given the
gift of healing by the Spirit realm, just like some of us who can
channel Spirit realm messages are given similar gifts today.
So how can one charge for something that’s a
gift, that’s not really ours? You can’t. At least that’s the Native
American logic. Charging for healings and having a "price list" for
various services is an entirely WESTERN concept. But because the western
influence has become so pervasive and thus powerful, it is corrupting
many of the native cultures. So in the Andes, many shamans also charge
for their healings nowadays. And some get slapped around by the Spirits
as a result.
Apu Chaopyorko, one of our mountain spirit
teachers who talked about that, told us about some shamans-Altomesayoks
who got greedy (Altomesayok is the higher level of an Inca shaman as
they are able to bring in the winged mountain spirits into physical
form, so we can have human-level conversations with them, and receive
their teachings (see Conversations with
Mountain Spirits - 2009).
In one instance, an Altomesayok was hanged by
the Spirits for being too greedy, our high level Inca shaman who led the
expedition said. The corrupt Altomesayok lived alone. One day, he was
found hanged on a tree limb outside his mountain home. There was no sign
of violence or forcible entry. In another instance, a corrupt
Altomesayok was jailed. He was still in jail at the time of our
pilgrimage 3.5 years ago. So it goes…
"So how did the shamans survive?" - you may be
wondering. The same way as priests, teachers, artists, musician,
warriors… and a whole slew of other professions that were not involved
in direct production of goods and services. They were supported by the
COMMUNITY in gratitude for what they did. If a shaman healed someone,
the grateful family or the subject would bestow them with appropriate
gifts. But it was all based on VOLUNTARY gift giving, not set charges
for services rendered.
So if a healer who turns his healing gifts into
a "business" becomes a "wounded healer," the first place
he/she should look for answers for the reasons these bad things are
happening to them is - INSIDE. Am I focusing too much on myself? AM I
doing enough for the COMMUNITY? Should I be giving MORE and taking LESS?
Or at all? Those would be helpful questions they should ask themselves
and meditate on them honestly and bare-chestedly with their Spirit
guides and teachers seeking answers.
For, the best way to heal oneself is through
service work - helping heal the COMMUNITY we are a part of. Without
any expectations of monetary or other material compensation, of course.
If it comes, great. If not, you move on to the next village. Just like
Achim, this was obviously not meant for you. I
know you do not make your living from a "healing business." Which, as
you can now see, is a western oxymoron. Healing is not a business.
Guess that’s a message the Spirit realm wanted me to get out:
It is a privilege and duty of those who have
received a gift of healing from the Spirit realm to use for the benefit
of all, not for selfish purposes.
Thank you for raising this important issue to
our collective consciousness.
That said, I know and feel that your gift offer
comes straight from the heart. And since it is unsolicited and totally
voluntary, I will be honored to accept it. I love scents and essential
oils of all kinds. So I will cherish your gift when I receive it and
will treat it in the same vein - as a gift from the Spirit realm.
And as if to confirm the validity of all of the foregoing, when I asked
for my daily guidance today, Sunday, Oct 10-21-12 - AFTER I had already
written this piece, I drew again the mystic medicine card DISCERNMENT. It
was the fifth time in eight days that Master Geronimo showed up (depicted in
the card) to tell me about Discernment and the need to follow and spread the
Native and Spirit realm wisdom. So here you go...