I had a dream last night… and one of the scenes that came to mind this morning was a man approached me and was a bit aggressive with his inner knowing. He was part of the group known as Shaumbra (*those unfamiliar with this group here is a fine-tuned definition taken directly from the Crimson Circle Glossary: “Shaumbra™ - The name used by Tobias and others for the group of humans going through the awakening process. Tobias claims the term originated during the times of Yeshua ben Joseph (Jesus), when people – many of them Essenes – would gather for secret spiritual meetings. Loosely translated in old Hebrew, the first portion of the word Shaumbra is pronounced “shau-home.” “Shau-home” means home or family. The second portion of the term is “ba-rah,” which means journey and mission. When these terms are put together, it is “shau-home-ba-rah” which means family that is on a journey and experiencing together. Tobias says that in the biblical times, a “shaumbra” was also a scarf or shawl that was worn by either male or female. It was a distinctive crimson color that let the others know it was time to meet. (pronounced Shom-bra)”. After having direct experiences with folks in this group I have gathered that they are uninformed about many of the ancient practices of Shamanism, particularly a term known as “dismemberment”, and how it is closely relates to much of what Adamus and the Crimson Council present within their teaching and coaching.
So, let’s go back to my dream last night… When I asked this man if he knew about this process, he said no and laughed a little at the question. Then, I telepathically picked up on what he was thinking, and I heard “Makyo” (*those unfamiliar with this term, here is another definition taken from the Crimson Circle Glossary: “Makyo - Spiritual verbiage and platitudes that distract from the true experience of Self. Adamus also describes this as spiritual bullshit.”
I said to the man, ok. Would you like to know what Dismemberment is all about? And he goofed around a bit, and eventually after his little side act clown show, he obliged to listen and fill his curiosity. I then began to chop of this head, arms, legs, and then the rest of the middle part of this body, the neck, chest, stomach and so on. After all his body parts were laying on the ground I proceeded to ask him to look at himself now. "What do you see? And who are you without your body?" He looked at his body parts and then started to look at himself and did this back and forth check a few times before he answered. “My body is still here, but it looks like light instead of the density I am familiar with.” He was a bit in shock at this point but was doing very well with this experience. I then proceeded to place all the body parts into a fire next to us. As he watched them burn he kept going back to checking out what he looked like without his physical body. “Keep watching yourself burn in that fire”, I suggested. As he did, he watched all his body parts turn to ashes.
The term Makyo has turned into a judgement type of word that folks on the path of embodied enlightenment are throwing around among themselves, like many of the spiritualities especially Shamanism, that it’s just bullshit, and the attitude of “you don’t need any of that”, because everything is inside the self. Well, yes. Understood. But, what needs to be clarified is that the verbiage that they are using to look down at many spiritualities and that which is creating a separation for themselves is the very natural processes that take place as being a divine being of light in human form. Regardless of the terms we use, look at the dismemberment process. Here is an excellent example: There is a bird in Egyptian mythology, the Phoenix that lived in the desert for 500 years and then consumed itself by fire, later to rise renewed from its ashes. It recycled its own life. When it perceived its impending death, the Phoenix ignited itself into a magnificent fire. In time, it reemerged from its own ashes—reborn, renewed, and very much alive. When we apply this ancient story to our own life we begin to see that it is us that need to stand in our own fire. With patience and “allowing” fire to do what it does best—transmutation. Fire is also the only element that cannot be polluted.
Let’s go back to my dream…after the man was finished processing his experience we then began to put him back together with a completely new body. His entire demeanor changed about this process and he then understood who he really was. We smiled together, and then I woke up. I felt inspired to write this for those who will greatly benefit from this knowing.
This is what it means to have direct experiences with small deaths, resurrections, and truly allowing oneself to begin anew again. I also want to point out there are countless ways for dismemberments to happen. Some come on their own during dream-time, or one can bring it on themselves during a shamanic Journey with a set intention for this type of cleansing, or it can happen in physical reality during daytime visions, and so on. It also brings all of us together as the entire human race is on the same “mission” whether we know it or not. One can truly embrace their sovereignty when they completely comprehend that we are all in this together. All together now, no pun intended.
Blog/Musings by Muriel Shickman
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