‘For example, a human being leaves this lifetime, this form of life and crosses paths with a deer, coming back from a near-death.’
She would like to be seen as the loving one. But if control is what you think is love, with the respect missing, you won’t get respect back.
Every stupid, crazy, confused individual still has some tiny thing within them that you can learn to respect.
'The taste will be so much better. So will be the experience on a spiritual level and you will get new insights.'
'If someone tries to impose brute force on you, just let it bounce back without adding something to it... That’s a different kind of physics, that’s misunderstood in these times you’re living in.'
Colleen: "How do you decide what’s a good drama that needs to happen, to learn, and what’s a drama for other reasons? How do you recognise that within yourself, if you’re the person causing the whole drama?"
'Sheena has had about 20 lifetimes. This lifetime is the first as a female. It's very challenging. She always thought that women had a much easier life than men, they would not work as hard.'
They try to point you in the right direction to be on your path. But it’s still you that makes the decision to go down that path.
Nel asks: "Can you help me to understand what happened? I know life will reveal things to me."
"You put in some effort -- can be learning, expanding your consciousness, growing your knowledge -- while you go up there. Up there you get rewarded with a connection to places you’ve visited before. And you grow it even more."
'There will be a lot of learning going on.
Because everything has consciousness in nature. You don’t mess with that.'
Grief for a brother who left tragically, now returned to learn more in another lifetime. Erin is encouraged to heal and shine.
Life along the shores of the great sea-like Lakes of Northern America. M'Hoq Toq's people traveled south to escape the cold, then north again to escape 'bitey animals'. Along the way, old ones passed and new life came.
"First it destroys the way you think, you feel, you act. If you don’t understand that part, it will then do damage to the body. Things do have consciousness."
M’Hoq Toq sheds light on a lost spirit that Nel brought home from the clinic, the need for diversity in religion and agriculture, individuality in medical treatment and, strangely, a newborn sheltered in an animal’s carcass.
The death of a child, dodos and boabs and dangers to miners' fertility. A discussion about life, death, the multiplicity of universes and the responsibility we have to the planet.
Reading the plant's energy. On a Pacific Island, M'hoq Toq delves into the preparation and use of a root more precious than diamonds in ancient times.