Session 202312101

The Coronavirus Mass Event Was a Catalyst for Movement


“The Coronavirus Mass Event Was a Catalyst for Movement”
“The Difficulty of Accepting Differences”
“The Weaponry of War Exacerbates Climate Change”
“Feminine Energy Is Intuitive; Masculine Energy is Intellectual”

Sunday, December 10, 2023 (Private/Phone)

Participants: Mary (Michael) and Tariq (Jessic)

[Audio excerpt begins partway through session]

TARIQ: So the world is kind of crazy as usual now, but more and more so every day that passes. And my feeling is, it’s about to rupture. Like there’s… It’s hitting a pressure that’s very new. Would you agree with that assessment?

ELIAS: I would ask for you to define that more.

TARIQ: The pressures of divisiveness or the pressures of do-something-extreme or act-without-thinking seem to be much more now so with people.

ELIAS: I would say to a degree it’s moving in that direction. It’s definitely not new.

TARIQ: Okay. Okay, that’s cool.

ELIAS: I would say that this is something that you as humans have done throughout your history, which is what leads you in directions of wars.

TARIQ: Right. And that’s… Right. Now with climate change in this (chuckles), –

ELIAS: But I would express that also remember: one of the factors that was being brought to light, let us say, in relation to your mass event with your virus was differences.


ELIAS: Now, what people have not necessarily realized is that that mass event was a catalyst to START movement, not to finish it.

TARIQ: Ay. Right. And we’re slow movers.

ELIAS: Yes, you are. And I would say that actually, en masse, you have moved in directions of becoming much more self-structuring and, to a degree, more self-directing.

The other piece of differences is one that is likely going to be hard won. Differences is a subject that is very difficult for most people. I would say you see that in yourself with your friend, in being reactive in relation to the differences between the two of you. And that can be amplified tremendously in relation to GROUPS of people –

TARIQ: Right.

ELIAS: — or countries. And –

TARIQ: And is this exacerbating climate change currently?

ELIAS: Repeat.

TARIQ: Is this, like, exacerbating the speed of climate change currently?

ELIAS: (Pause) Actually, to a degree, yes.

TARIQ: Mm-hm.

ELIAS: Now, why would you think that?

TARIQ: That energy of not valuing one another. Climate change is to acknowledge everyone as valuable, and all of the things that we’re not doing that are exacerbating that energy is kind of happening tenfold now.

ELIAS: Actually, climate change is a very physical expression. And if you are thinking about that in terms of very physical expressions, NOW why would you say that?

TARIQ: Oh, I don’t know everything. These are my interpretations. (Laughs)

ELIAS: No, I would say that that is actually an insightful thing to say! And even if you don’t know WHY you said it, it doesn’t negate the factor that it’s correct and that it IS very insightful. And I would say that in addition to any and all of the things that you as humans do that are influencing climate change, war is something that exacerbates it.

Why? Because of the weaponry that you use and the fuel that is required to power that. And in that, all of those explosions that are generated in war are actually contributing to situations that are atmospheric, and changes in atmospheric expressions do, in THIS capacity, add to the direction of climate change in a negative.

TARIQ: Mm-hm. Mm-hm.

ELIAS: Therefore I would acknowledge you. That was a very insightful thing to say.

TARIQ: (Chuckling) I’ve got my moments. I think I’ve been prepping for doom for a little while, just thinking all of the factors that go into it. Like even my energy of “But I’m not appreciating, what am I doing?” may be sometimes being defensive.

Which, I kind of want to lead into one thing, and maybe it ties into world affairs: feminine energy. I’m not saying it’s foreign to me (laughs), but it kind of feels a bit foreign at this point, of how to express it outside of belief systems, outside of modern associations, you know, of where we’re going. What are examples, and how can –

ELIAS: Let me say to you very, very simply: feminine energy is not what you think it is.

TARIQ: I thought so.

ELIAS: What it is, is very simply the energy that is intuitive.

TARIQ: Right.

ELIAS: There are two different types of energy in your reality: the masculine and the feminine. And this has nothing to do with genders.

TARIQ: Right.

ELIAS: And in that, the masculine is intellectual, and the feminine is intuitional. And therefore, it’s very simple in that capacity. Therefore, when you’re thinking about or looking at yourself in relation to masculine or feminine energy, it’s simply a matter of identifying how much of your energy is intuitional.

TARIQ: And what is that, for me?

ELIAS: What is it? How would you express an identification of your intuition? How do you pay attention to your intuition?

TARIQ: It’s spontaneous.

ELIAS: Very well.

TARIQ: Um...

ELIAS: How do you identify it?

TARIQ: I don’t necessarily identify it. I trust it. I don’t know. It’s something that just comes obviously with –

ELIAS: You must identify it, or how can you trust it?

TARIQ: How can I trust it? It comes from… I don’t know. This is a tough one. I live, I think, more intuitionally than I realize, but I don’t know how to identify it.

ELIAS: What would you recognize as an expression of intuition?

TARIQ: A gut feeling.

ELIAS: You have to be able to identify it somehow.

TARIQ: Oh, I see. Like you said, it’s a question-answer. So if I’m… which I do often, I study where am I going, what’s coming, and generally when I’m looking in whatever direction energetically, if you will, I get something back. That is –

ELIAS: Very well. And in what form? Is it a thought? Is it a feeling? Is it a sensing? How do you present it to yourself?

TARIQ: It can be all of those – a blend of a thought and a feeling, like an image, like something just passing through me almost, an energy flowing through me. So it can be thought and feeling.

ELIAS: Very well. Then it’s a matter of looking at how much do you rely on that. I would say that at this present time in your history, it’s unlikely that you rely on that as much as you do your intellect and your thinking. But –

TARIQ: So you just stop relying on your intellect? You just stop thinking?

ELIAS: No, no, no! No. I am not expressing to you that you stop engaging your intellect or that you stop thinking. No, definitely not. But it’s a matter of in your daily activities, in your daily routines, are you engaging more and more – which I would say yes, you are – of your intuition to, in a manner of speaking, begin to match how much you rely on your intellect.

TARIQ: I see. I see. That’s much more clear. Okay. That’s quite cool.

(Audio excerpt ends after 12 minutes)

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