Saturday, November 14, 2015

"Holding Spiritual Energy for New Beginnings" - by Hans Christian King Spiritual Show Transcription

“Holding Spiritual Energy for New Beginnings” - by Hans Christian King 
Spiritual Radio Show Transcription
GUIDANCE FOR YOUR LIFE Radio Show
with Hans Christian King www.HansKing.com
and Alfred Ricci www.AlfredRicci.com
Topic: Holding Spiritual Energy for New Beginnings
November 14, 2015


HANS:
Hi everybody. Welcome. Today’s topic is “Holding Spiritual Energy for New Beginnings.” Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been talking about how to navigate out of your old life. How to understand what you don’t want anymore. We had you make a list of what you don’t want, and we asked you to let it go. We talked about how you do that. How do you let go of our trauma and our drama and the appearance of our life? Remember, we talked about how no two things can be in the same place at the same time, so you have to let go in order to receive. We had some really positive emails, and I thank you very much.

Now, last week we talked about putting your stuff that’s the new life you want into that space. Here’s the difficult part about that—it’s called holding the intention. Got that? Holding the intention. In the moment, so many people say, “I’ve got it! I’m going to be changing and I’m clearing my space, and here’s the new things I want to feel the energy of in my new life.” And then they set off on their journey and the phone rings. There’s a phone call from a parent or a friend. The mind starts to get engaged with the old drama, with the old problems. This is really devastating, if you allow it, because the mind is actually trying to take you back to where it was comfortable. Not to the unknown that it’s not certain of and it may not have control over. It wants to return you again to the old life which it knew well. But remember, it was that mind chatter that caused all the pain and suffering in your life. So, this is a time to say, “You know what? My resolve is so strong that I have no intentions of going backwards in order to go forwards.”

So, today is about learning how to hold your intentions. Alfred, you have some mediation exercises about holding your intention, don’t you?

ALFRED:
Many. But let’s talk on a theoretical basis and let you know what happens. When you finally set your intention to move forward, what is left of your ego is going to fight harder for survival. It will start harassing you more. It will speak louder and you will tell us, “I’m doing this right. Why is my mind chatter getting stronger?”

HANS:
And the fear will grow stronger.

ALFRED:
The fear will grow stronger. Your mind chatter will start screaming at you. This is normal.

HANS:
Absolutely normal. Maybe bring a little humor to it.

ALFRED:
Bring a little humor to it. Say, treat it as a spoiled child.

HANS:
There it goes again.

ALFRED:
What happens when you try and take a toy away from a spoiled child? It’s going to scream at you, but you have to be the parent: this is who’s in charge, this is the spoiled child, and be consistent. Eventually, the spoiled child stops kicking and screaming. The worst thing you can do is let it have it’s own way and realize if it kicks and screams, “Oh, that’s how I can get my way.” You have to be consistent.

HANS:
Boy, is that ever the truth! You must be consistent in your intention to change your behavioral patterns. You have to understand, it’s the job of the mind to try to return you to the old way of being. You come in and you talk to your heart and you say, “We must reinforce our resolve. Reinforce our resolve into the new beginning.” The mind is going to pull at you. We like to say about two weeks, if you work on it diligently, then it begins to calm down. But any change to the mind is a threat. So when your heart-mind sets out for a new beginning, you’re really notifying the fear and the mind chatter that it’s no longer necessary. That’s when it goes to war and that’s when it starts throwing its temper tantrums. But remember, just as the parent has control over the child, you have control over the temper tantrum your mind is bringing up. It will flood you with stuff that could happen—you’re going to lose your job, you’re going to get cancer, you’re going to get pneumonia, a car crash. It just throws everything it can at you, and if you just say, “I give you no more space here. I’m in a new resolve for  a peaceful approach to my new life.” You reinforce that every day. “I’m in a peaceful place in my new approach to my new life.” And you just keep reinforcing it and reinforcing it. Then, after a bit, it becomes automatic.

ALFRED:
So in summary, the first topic we’re talking about is being consistent in your resolve. Being consistent in your determination. Being consistent in your intention to go to that place that you don’t know. To go to that place that you don’t understand.

HANS:
You know, Alfred, how many times we say, “My intention is to do this.” And before we know it, without even seeing it, the mind has literally pulled us back into the old behavior. We don’t even see it coming, but it’s sneaky and it’s crafty.

ALFRED:
That’s a good one. So off to our second topic for today: how to help yourself with your resolve. Your mind will come up with various things it’s going to be saying, and there’s a lot of things you can say back to your mind. We call this reprogramming. Giving your mind chatter new things to think about. You need to tell it who’s in charge and what’s really important to you. So when your mind chatter comes and starts telling you, “No, we need to back to the old way,” there’s a lot of things that can help you talk to your mind chatter to let it know who’s in charge.

HANS:
That’s the whole thing. Letting the mind know that you and your heart and your intentions are in charge. It will argue with you. Oftentimes you’ve heard me say it’s like going to war against your own mind, but it really is. Your mind believes it’s defending you from the unknown, but if you soothe the little child inside you—we’ve often talked about getting a picture of yourself as a child and holding that picture to your chest and talking to your inner child, which is terrified of change. Terrified of making a mistake.

Folks, the only mistake you can ever make is not making a choice. One way or the other, neither one of them is a mistake. We deal with what we choose at the moment and we have the consequences in front of us. If we choose wisely the consequences are good. If we don’t choose wisely, all that happens is we go back to the old way we were being and we survive through that—and you will survive through it again. But why go there? So being involved in holding the essence of your truth is key right now. For the lady who sent me the email, “Oh, I’m so afraid of change,” the only thing to be afraid of is not changing. Change is good! Nothing remains the same, folks. Nothing.

ALFRED:
How about the mirror exercise?

HANS:
The mirror exercise is very good. This is a toughie for a lot of you, but it simply goes something like this: When you get out of your shower or bath in the morning, dry off, go up to the mirror, and drop the towel. Oh, that will give you a good shock. Look right into your eyes and say, “I don’t know who you are, but I promise you I’m going to find out. And when I do, I’m going to take very very good care of you. I promise you I’m never going to let anyone hurt you again. You are my best friend and I love you very much.”

That, Alfred, is a toughie.

ALFRED:
It is. Your heart is going to take care of you. Your mind will say we have to control the outcome, but the heart has to say the path going forward is about surrendering, about letting go, going with the flow. You’re going to be talking from your heart to your mind, whatever your human-ness is, you’re coming from who you are, the part of you that is eternal and that will continue after the body dissolves away.

HANS:
We’re all headed in the same direction, folks, toward enlightenment, but we’re all in different cars. Just know that Spirit is holding your intention with you. Always remember that. When it’s bleak and it’s scary and it’s dark, remember, Spirit has you. They’re holding you in your intention. You do the same. Can you imagine the power you can create in your life when you learn to partner with Spirit on your behalf? Endless possibilities.

And that will conclude the lesson for today!







Monday, November 9, 2015

"New Beginnings" - by Hans Christian King Spiritual Show Transcription

“New Beginnings” - by Hans Christian King 
Spiritual Radio Show Transcription
GUIDANCE FOR YOUR LIFE Radio Show
with Hans Christian King www.HansKing.com
and Alfred Ricci www.AlfredRicci.com
Topic: New Beginnings
November 9, 2015


HANS:
Hi everyone. Today’s topic is “New Beginnings.” In the last couple of weeks we’ve been dealing with learning how the process is for letting go. Looking at the fears that occur with letting go, looking at the possibilities of letting go. This show today will be the next logical step—how to prepare your new platform. You’ve let go, so now it’s like building a new house when there’s a current house on the lot. You’ve torn down the house and pulled out the plumbing, re-arranged the ground for electrical work, you’ve done all this, now—what do you want?

That’s where you have to go now.

Your new beginning is coming up because you’ve created a vacuum. You’ve created a void. Where do you want to go? What is it you want to see happen in your life? How do you want to feel in your new beginning? Very important—how do you want to feel? All of you who have let go, have let go of stuff that doesn’t work anymore in your life, so you know how that feels. How do you want to feel in your new life?

What Spirit is looking for—you’ve heard me mention this any number of times—They want to see an intention in you. When They see the intention, your job is to tell Spirit what you’d like the experience of and Their job, after you’ve let go of what doesn’t work anymore, is to bring the doors of opportunity for that. So as you let go, as you clear your space, you begin to set your intentions, Spirit’s job then is to back you up. That’s what today’s topic is about.

ALFRED:
Let us help you with understanding how you get what you want if you don’t know what you want.

HANS:
That’s okay.

ALFRED:
It’s actually okay if you don’t know what you want, because what we’re trying to help you with is: it’s good enough to understand how do I want to feel? I want to feel happy. I want to feel peaceful. I want to feel love. I wish to feel abundant. I wish to feel at one with the world. That is good enough!

HANS:
It really is for now.

ALFRED:
When you’re asking for the experience of, you can say, “I wish for the experience of feeling happy.” Then the way that you communicate that is not simply repeating to yourself, “I wish to feel happy, I wish to feel happy.” No. That’s inviting the human-ness in. Do this on a spiritual basis which is: I wish to feel happy. Give off the vibration of the emotion. You’re actually communicating with the other side on a vibrational and energetic basis.

So when you’re saying to the other side, “I wish the experience of happiness,” you’re projecting out from the center of your chest, how you would like to feel the feeling of happiness. You’re communicating with the other side through vibration and energy.

HANS:
What we’re saying to you is, it’s okay in not knowing. For the moment. It’s okay. But if you’ve set your intention to find out, that’s what They want to see. It may not come right away. You may say to yourself, I don’t know what I want, I’m just going to do nothing. Okay, that’s fine. You don’t want to stay in that place, but the key to everything is setting your intention to have a new beginning. You might only have one thing. I would like the experience of a new job.  I would like the experience of a new relationship.  I would like the experience of finding and seeing myself. Set those intentions. Spirit listens intensely to the intention—never the deed—only the intention. So as we move forward in life, in our new beginning, we are literally projecting ourself away from the old life; what you did, what happened to you, where you went, what didn’t work, the pain, the good, whatever was back there that doesn’t serve you anymore, we’ve let go of now.

Sometimes in the letting go, there’s just nothing. And in the nothing comes fear. Automatically, because we tend in the human form, to put a dragon in the unknown. So the whole process of letting go is about trust. About believing in the blankness of letting go.

ALFRED:
It is about holding the vibration regardless of whether you understand—you don’t understand what you’re looking for, you don’t understand what you want, you don’t understand where you’re going, perfectly fine. Your job is to hold the vibration—of happiness, of peacefulness, and that is what you’re communicating out. And if you hold that, as much as possible, then what will happen is—that is what will be attracted to you.

HANS:
Absolutely. The most important thing that Spirit is looking for is trust by you for Them, to Them, and setting the intention. So you’re letting go and you’re saying, “I trust that you know what is best for me. I’m going to tell you what I’d like to experience, I’m going to tell you how I’d like to feel in the experience and I trust that you Spirit, you God, will bring those doors to me.” That’s very, very important. The trust factor. Because They always do. But there’s something that always occurs during all of this sounding good; there’s a little green meanie inside of everybody that says—but what if you’re wrong?

ALFRED:
And that’s a good start for our next topic: Doubt and Fear.

HANS:
Well, they’re each other’s best friend.

ALFRED:
Yes. During this process when we are starting out on our new beginnings, what happens when you get doubtful? What happens when you get fearful?

HANS:
It’s nothing more, children, than a lesson that you set to learn. It’s okay to get doubtful. It’s okay to get fearful. It’s not okay to stay there. The moment you start to get fearful or doubts come, you immediately turn to your inner child and say, “We’re turning to Spirit to take care of this for us. We know we place our faith in Spirit.”

When you place your trust in Spirit, when you place your trust in God, all the little stuff gets done. But the lesson is going to be: do you actually stay in the fear and the doubt or do you rise above it and say, “I choose not to give you a home anymore.”

Remember the show we did last year when we said doubt and fear can only live in the house you build? We are choosing not to re-open the door to that house.

ALFRED:
That’s a good exercise. When you are communicating to the other side what you want, the energy and vibration of what you’re giving off is the energy you want, that you request to have in your life. It is not the energy of the way that you were. There’s an old saying in spirituality, don’t say, “I don’t want this,” because that is what is going to be attracted to you. What you don’t want is the vibration you are holding. “I don’t want chaos, I don’t want insanity, I don’t want drama.” Guess what the vibration you are giving off is? Insanity, drama, that is the vibration you are giving off because that is what is in your consciousness. The word not really doesn’t do too much.

So if you’re remembering and saying, “I don’t want this, I don’t want this,” that’s what you’re going to get. What’s really important is holding your vibration steady. Instead of the vibration that was, think about the vibration that’s coming to you. You’re holding the vibration of peacefulness, of happiness.

What helps you hold that? Trust. Faith. What will tempt you to waiver is fear. Doubt. What you are paying attention to in the exercise is, how do you feel? What is the vibration you are giving off? If you allow fear or doubt into your consciousness, the vibration you are going to give off is going to waver. You are going to a place and giving off a vibration of things you don’t want in your life—but guess what? That’s your vibration. What did we learn? What we are trying to say is on a spiritual level to hold your vibration constant. If fear, doubt, thinking about your past come in, try to let them go. Don’t allow them to stay in your being.

HANS:
It all sounds very complex. It sounds difficult, but once you start to deal with truth, pure and simple truth…. Truth is simplicity itself. That’s the normal flow of life, is truth, so once you learn that there’s nothing to be afraid of, that all of that you’re going through you’re making up in the mind and you’re processing your own fears, you’re creating your own anxieties, once you understand that, the truth and the flow gets easier and easier and easier.

So we’ve spent two weeks of learning to let go of what doesn’t work anymore and now we’re going to move on to our new platform. What we don’t want will no longer be here. I like to say, at this time, take it in little bits. Don’t try to have a great big grand scheme of things, pick little things you’d like the experience of at first. If you’re going to build a house, you don’t build a house without the plans. You have to start somewhere. You start at the front doorstep, but mind how you go, one day at a time and as you begin to work this, assimilate your new life one step at a time.

Alfred is playing the song ‘Don’t Worry - Be Happy” now.

ALFRED:
Be happy. Hold the vibration of happiness, of peace, and that’s enough.

HANS:
If you get a chance, listen to the whole song in it’s entirety.  “Don’t worry. Be happy.” Thank you, Alfred. I’m very proud of you! We used to at the end of each class always… Jennifer, Alfred, Bella, and I… we’d get up and dance back and forth across the camera to that song!


And that will conclude the lesson for today.