Updated: May 25, 2022
Questions asked in this group channelling session:
Group Channelling Session with Mercredan, October 2020, Parakai, Auckland, New Zealand
Mercredan: Once again it is my privilege and pleasure to come and spend these few moments of your time.
As you can see around, you here, so many more people are becoming interested in the higher realms of existence, what is often the spiritual realms. Much, of course, is happening at this moment in the unfolding history of humanity.
So many questions are on one's mind. And yet the difficulty is still always with the mind. People want to understand, rather than to take their mind out of the world of analysis and drop into a deeper approach. So rather than hanging on every word, allowing it just to cool, just to sit on a realm so that as you think about the experience, one begins to remember words that are important that you might not even begin to acknowledge as we talk. As always, the direction of a conversation is so very important. So shall we begin a conversation and see where it leads?
So for this a question. Not from the shyest of persons, of course.
Question: Where are you from?
Mercredan: Always a difficulty because one wants to have a solid world, whether it is a physical world, as astral world, a spiritual world, always solid, but in reality, all of these worlds are fluid.
So from the very beginning, consciousness pervades it all. From the very beginning there is a singleness, a unity that spreads itself. So, every one is part of the whole. In consciousness is what brings everyone together. Because one does not have a single mind. One taps into the universal and from there one gains insights.
So I am not human in the sense; I am not some being that has arrived, but a representative of consciousness itself.
Question: Why have you not led a physical life?
Mercredan: In order to have a physical life, one begins to focus one's attention on particular outcomes, things that one wants to experience in terms of the physicality of life. When time begins to take form, so does forms. There is a movement and the solidity and one then descends into it to become the inhabitant. It is inhabiting a world. But I am not of that realm. I am simply a point in consciousness, an evolutionary space in consciousness. So, it is not of any value, in my sense, to have a physical lifetime.
Question: When our physical life is finished, does our consciousness remember this time?
Mercredan: That is a particularly pertinent question because it makes a need to be conscious when one passes through the veil, to hold onto one's sense, to be present to the passing. So, it behoves humanity, each and in every individual, to do their best to remain present to every moment of their existence.
So being present when things are joyful, being present when they are challenging, not dropping out, not covering up with various methods as humans are quite habitual with, you understand.
So being present is building one's consciousness so that when one arrives at the moment of choice.
Because if you are conscious, whatever mechanism you have decided to part with this physical reality, there is the moment of choice when you decide. And if you are conscious, you will have cleared the decks with every one left behind. You will not be carrying with you such attachments.
So if you have someone that you are holding a dislike, a hatred, then of course you will not pass over without carrying that with you. And if you have the love, you will remain connected to that being.
So when you are clear then with a conscious mind being present to the process, one will pass through the veil completely away, and then you will have all the memories of not only this lifetime, but every other one that you are associated with.
I want to say there is another question sitting there on top of it.
Question: You mentioned consciousness and what is your understanding of consciousness? How would you explain?
Mercredan: Pure awareness extends to the infinity, to the eternity, that is to the very edges of time and space. And consciousness is a limitation within that.
Whatever one is conscious of up to the limit of that awareness. So, there are two levels that you like, the ultimate awareness and the limited consciousness that one has of life containing all aspects.
For example, if you consider the idea of love. And each one of you has some concept of it, but if we want to add all the concepts together, it would provide an even bigger consciousness of it.
And yet love runs beyond all of it. It is not something you can tie down. Your love is the energetic form that creates the universe and everything within it. And so, whatever you think is not love is still an aspect of it. That is a difficult one to understand.
I will try to put something on this. Often people have interactions with others that are very difficult. They feel as if they have been harmed. And when that occurs, it seems as if that is not part of love. But in a wider sense, that is a completion in the nature of love.
So from a karmic point of view, people meet together to rework old patterns. And that is something that might be very challenging, but it is part of the whole nature of completion. And at this point in time is extraordinarily important because humanity is moving into a new era, a new epoch.
And in doing so, consciousness is taking a sudden leap forward.
And as a result, you might have even understood and perceive these karmic concerns are almost instantaneous. You are not creating karma for another lifetime. But whatever karma is created finds its resolution in this lifetime and seemingly getting faster and faster and closer and closer.
Everyone experiences this. Then as the new epoch begins, karma is instantaneous. And so human consciousness has to evolve. It has to recognise the error of its ways before karma comes with its retribution.
Question: Why should we change our lives to improve our consciousness?
Mercredan: First of all, giving time. And I want to point out that when you give yourself time to explore no time, when you go into a meditation, you know you are in meditation because time seems to stop. It seems to be relevant and the mind stops with it.
You follow, you begin to feel yourself sinking into a state of calmness, a state where you are not concerned of the problems or whatever is happening in your universe, your world.