First Transcript

The following is a transcript verbatim from an event that took place when my son — under a spiritual trance — relayed what was given to him in a blissful moment of truth.

Keep in mind that the message is one I received based on the level of understanding I had at the time of the incident. Therefore, as it may sound to be in simple form, each sentence bring within much profound wisdom and a message only a keen eye may see.

 

July 7, 2011 10:30 PM ET Tampa, FL

Son: Come, dad, how beautiful, listen, how lovely, I can sense a bright circle, gorgeous, surrounded by lights from all over.
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Father: What are you saying?
Son: They are like small spheres circling everywhere… but we are one.
Father: What do you mean we are one?
Son: I mean, we are one!
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Father: And how did it all begin?
Son: An unbalance took place.
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Father: And how did such unbalance take place?
Son: It just came about.
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Father: And why did it have to come about?
Son: Because an unbalance took place.
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Father: And why did it have to happen?
Son: Because it had to happen.
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Father: And how did that unbalance take form?
Son: Don’t know.
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Father: But aren’t you supposed to know since we are one?
Son: Yes, but not because we are one we know everything there is to know, there are deeper things that are out of range for us to see.
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Father: But, how is it that we got separated?
Son: It just happened.
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Father: And what is it that had to happen?
Son: We got disconnected.
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Father: And why did we disconnect?
Son: Don’t know, it simply had to happen.
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Father: And why did God allow it to happen?
Son: Because it had to happen.
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Father: And what is it that had to happen?
Son: We got bored and got out of balance…and we are here seeking to return to our origin.
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Father: And how can we return to our origin?
Son: Doing what we are doing.
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Father: And what are we doing?
Son: Returning.
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Father: And for that we need to suffer?
Son: It’s part of it.
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Father: Part of what?
Son: We need to let go of desire to end suffering.
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Father: And for that I need to suffer?
Son: It’s part of it.
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Father: But what have I done that I end up suffering?
Son: It’s Karma, it takes about four to five reincarnations to manifest.
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Father: You mean I did wrong and it took that many lives to pay for what I did?
Son: Yes.
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Father: And why do others suffer as well?
Son: Because it’s part of it.
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Father: And Jesus too? Why did he have to suffer?
Son: Because he came out of free will to help us understand, and he chose to do it in such a significant way that his message could spread all over the world like a huge explosion would.
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Father: And for that he had to suffer?
Son: He didn’t suffer!…his body did, but not his spirit.
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Father: But he did suffer!
Son: Do you actually think all of this is real? No, it is not, this is just a manifestation of expression.
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Father: But we do have a body, we are flesh!
Son: No, it is just that we need a body to be able to express the senses; for instance touch, taste, smell and so on.
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Father: But…none of this exists?
Son: Yes and no….in essence it does not …it is just a manifestation.
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Father: But for that we need to suffer?
Son: It’s part of it….so you can let go.
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Father: Let go of what?
Son: Desire, so we can go back into balance.
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Father: And when we go back into balance, what do we do?
Son: We stay in balance where there is no desire, total and abundant peace, nothing to fear, nothing to worry about; all beauty in union and love.
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Father: And then what, if there is nothing else to do?
Son: See? that’s how unbalance takes place…when something wants to be done.
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Father: You mean that a new cycle begins?
Son: Yes, until it rebalances itself again.
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Father: And again, and again and again?
Son: Yes, until it re-balances itself again.
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Father: Why? (utterly frustrated)
Son: Because it’s part of it!
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Father: And what does religion have to do with all this?
Son: Different roles, each bringing a message, in different forms.
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Father: And which one brings the true message?
Son: All of them bring a message, in different ways.
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Father: But which one is closest to the true message?
Son: The closest? … Buddhism.
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Father: But what about Jesus?
Son: Who can dispute that Jesus came to Earth, and in the lost years learned those principles and returned to spread His message?
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Father: And why am I here?
Son: Don’t you see? You and I agreed to come for you to help me do my work.
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Father: And I have to go through all these troubles to help you?
Son: It’s part of it. We are one and while you help me, you advance…

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