Aurelia, talking to Ahnahmar – Before we stop this sharing, there is one more thing I want to discuss with you regarding my travels. It concerns me because my energy field is greatly affected.
French people all over the world, and I am told people of Latin origin as well, have similar traditions, automatically hugging and kissing people they meet, even when they meet them for the first time. They do this naturally and lovingly, but without asking if this is comfortable for the other. I am now going to Spain for several weeks, and I am not sure what to expect. Many people feel they do not need to ask permission to grab you to hug you and exchange kisses and heart chakra energies with them. They feel it is a gesture of love and acceptance, but for me it feels more like an invasion and imposition on my energy fields.
In France, in some areas, when people meet, it is the tradition to kiss everyone four times, two times on each cheek, and they insist on doing it whether you appreciate this kind of greeting or not. This practice has nothing to do with love, and it feels like bird pecking, an acquired human habit that feels very strange to me. I don’t relate to this custom. In the USA, it is not the common practice; we usually shake hands with a smile while looking into each other’s eyes. It is also expected by them for others to respond positively to this peck- ing; if they don’t, they get offended or feel rejected. Those who kiss and hug as a greeting are not aware of how this exchange of energies can affect others.
I am very sensitive to this energetic exchange and it is uncomfortable for me. Meeting one or two individuals at a time is not a problem. But when meeting dozens or hundreds of people all at once when I do conferences and workshops, it really affects my level of well being. It is especially disturbing when those who still smoke nicotine come close to me; I feel the nicotine enti- ties pulling the energy right out of my lungs, and my lungs start hurting.
My lungs are particularly sensitive because I come from a family with a history of tuberculosis, and I have suffered from pneumonia and bronchitis several times. I
don’t want to offend anyone, but I cannot allow myself to become weakened with these practices to the extent of becoming sick. That is what happens when I travel outside the USA. If I withdraw or let them know that this is not comfortable for me, they act offended. I am going for several weeks, and I will be meeting thousands of people.
There will be those who try to hug and kiss me because they have an appreciation for what I do, and it is an accepted behavior in their culture. Each time, I feel my energy sucked right out of me. I feel drained when meeting so many people in succession, because I do not have time to recharge. Then when I return home, I am sick and it takes me weeks to recover my life force. How should I handle this without offending anyone? I feel we can love each other deeply without the habit of always siphoning each other’s energies.
Ahnahmar – I will turn this question over to Adama. Adama – I am grateful that you are asking that question so directly, because people need to know and understand this protocol. It all has to do with the honoring of your own energies and the energies of others. We have noticed how much distress this cultural habit of the many people you meet has caused to your physical body when you travel, and we support you fully in this. This is also a fifth dimensional protocol, of a different nature, but an important one.
People need to comprehend that it is not always appropriate to touch someone they do not have an established heart connection with, or do not know well, without first asking for their permission, no matter how good the intention may be. Ultimately, no matter how pure the intentions are, people always take more than they are able to give; it is the nature of this exchange, and there is nothing you can do, except avoid it. It is rarely done on a conscious level. We are not talking about relationships with partners and children or close family members.
For everyone desiring to move into a fifth dimensional vibration, you need to be willing to let go of all your third dimensional cultural traditions and habits that will not support you in the dimension you are seeking. In our culture, we greet each other with a gesture of friendship by bringing the palms of our hands together and touching the area of our heart chakra, and through the eyes, connecting with that person heart to heart by a very gentle bowing of the head and a smile. We do not always need to say anything aloud; the words can be as simple as a telepathic message such as, “May peace be with you,” or something similar. The love and acceptance are sent to each other and received through the heart.
This is all that is needed to demonstrate our love and honoring of the other person(s) we meet. We consider it a great honor to be allowed to touch someone in our dimension other than family members, and we do not do this very often. It is done only when there is a special reason to do so, and ‘always’ with permission. This is the way it is done in our dimension and in most galactic civilizations as well. We have no need to touch each other like you do in your dimension.
Telos Book 3 by Aurelia
With thanks to Mehroo Fitter
Aurelia Louise channeled Adama, the high priest of the Lemurian city of Telos as well as other spiritual masters of Light as part of her mission.
Aurelia made her transition in July of 2009 and has left a rich legacy of Adama and Ascended Master teachings through the Telos Book Series and The Seven Sacred Flames. Her deepest desire was that humanity awaken to their divinity and together ascend with beloved Mother Earth into the New Golden Age. Especially at this time, these books are important tools, opening us up to possibilities of how our present reality can change and become a far better world, supporting the raising of consciousness of an enlightened civilization. The information gives us pause to contemplate a perspective of how life was really meant to be lived here on earth.
People Painting ~ Socialising by Caroline Street @ Fine Art America.