Projections in Time

Tuesday March 24, 2014

When I was a little girl, television first began, thus setting the stage for me to watch programming all of my life as Ellie Crystal.

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I have always related to the concept of the visual. It's the way my brain is programmed for experience.

As technology evolved, video became one of the main facets for understanding how the hologram works. It's also an excellent healing tool.

YouTube has become a way to bring humanity together instantly - as videos go viral in a day and suddenly everyone gets the message.

Understanding the hologram ... Visualize yourself and someone else walking through a park and having an experience that is being recorded but a third person. After a while you stop to watch the video of what you experienced. When something gets boring you fast forward. When something needs to be explored further you rewind and watch it again. And when you are done you push the off button - computer end program. The part of you that is projected on the screen is not harmed when the experience is no longer running. And that is the way reality works.

Our personal consciousness grids are always out there "seeking" to connect grid experiences that are part of our programming. You never stop doing that - even in dream time and out of body experience such as meditation - until your consciousness leaves the hologram. There are personal experiences - but then there are those that touch all of humanity creating evolutionary consciousness. Where are we in 2014? We are trying hard not to be deceived by the trickster and those who play that role in this reality. We are no different than early man programmed for experience, living that experience, and always feeling there is a higher purpose for being here, no matter how bad things get.

We learn a lot from the projected images on our TV and computer monitors as well as "the big screen". We had drawn to watch specifics shows because they illicit programmed emotions and memories within us. Often these are trigger mechanisms for that which we need to remember at this time of consciousness transition.

Art imitates life. When a major character is killed on a favorite TV show we experience loss - because in our personal "realities" main characters are taken away from us. Loss has become a very recognized component of the human evolutionary process.

Let's segue to a great new show called Believe. Here we find a story about a little girl named Bo, who reminds me of Allie in Steven Spielberg's miniseries "Taken." Genetics made both little girls special with telekinetic powers and more. Both were/are on the run from the government ... and along the way meet their biological fathers. Like Allie, I believe she will learn that she has to be careful using her powers so she doesn't burn out - great metaphor for our reality today. We have only begun to see what Bo can do as she too evolves. Bo's mom showed us how consciousness projects thoughts and imagery on a blank canvas that manifests all at once. This equates to looking at a steamed up mirror in your bathroom and suddenly an image/message comes through all at once. Consciousness is a fun tool if you understand how it works.

I hope you enjoy whatever shows reflect that which you are supposed to experience in this lifetime. Your selection of TV programming reflects your emotional body and what you came here to experience.