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Releasing Your Control Drama

Recently, I’ve started reading a James Redfield book called: The Celestine Prophecy. It’s a good read for people who are on their awakening path, definitely recommended. What really caught my attention and I felt is significant for the period we are in is the control drama archetypes that James described so well in his book. I am going to share a few paragraphs that describe these archetypes, with a few notes from myself.

Bare in mind that these dramas are extremely subtle and have been passed through generations. It is some deeply ingrained social programming so don’t feel guilty and don’t be too hard on yourself if you discover you have been playing into these dramas or creating them all along. Instead, as the information of these control dramas come into your awareness, take responsability and become more mindful of the energy of it, in order to transcend these outdated programs.

Here are some paragraphs that describe control dramas in general:

We must face up to our particular way of controlling others. Remember, the Fourth Insight reveals that humans have always felt short of energy and have sought to control each other to acquire the energy that flows between people. The Fifth then shows us that an alternative Source exists, but we can’t really stay connected with this source until we come to grips with the particular method that, we, as individuals, use in our controlling, and stop doing it – because whenever we fall back into this habit, we get disconnected from the source.  

Getting rid of this habit isn’t easy because it’s always unconscious at first. The key to letting it go is to bring it fully into our consciousness, and we do that by seeing that our particular style of controlling others is one we learned in childhood to get attention, to get the energy moving our way, and we’re stuck there. This style is something we repeat over and over again. I call it our unconscious control drama. 

I call it a drama because it is one familiar scene, like a scene in a movie, for which we write the script as youths. Then we repeat this scene over and over in our daily lives without being aware of it. All we know is that the same kind of events happen to us repeteadly. The problem is if we are repeating one particular scene over and over, then the other scenes of our real life movie, the high adventure marked by coincidences can’t go forward. We stop the movie when we repeat this one drama in order to manipulate for energy. “

” The first step in the process of getting clear, for each of us, is to bring our particular control drama into full consciousness. Nothing can proceed until we really look at ourselves and discover what we are doing to manipulate for energy. This is what has just happened to you. “

Note – The solution to ending these unhealthy exchanges of energy is the realization that within, you have access to an infinite, never-ending amount of energy constantly flowing through you if you allow it to. 

” Each of us must go back into our past, back into our early family life, and see how this habit was formed. Seeing its inception keeps our way of controlling in consciousness. Remember, most of our family members were operating in a drama themselves, trying to pull energy out of us as children. This is why we had to have a strategy to win energy back. It is always in relation to our family members that we develop our particular dramas. However, once we recognize the energy dynamics in our families, we can go past these control stategies and see what was really happening.

Each person must reinterpret his family experience from an evolutionary point of view, from a spiritual point of view, and discover who he really is. Once we do that, our control drama falls away and our real lives take off.  ” 

The next paragraphs give us an insight of how the 4 control drama archetypes operate. 

” So how do I begin ?

 By first understanding how your drama was formed. Tell me about your father. 

He is a good man who is fun-loving and capable but… I hesitated, not wanting to sound ungrateful toward my father.

But what ? Sanchez asked.

Well, I said, he was always critical. I could never do anything right.

How did he criticize you ? Sanchez asked.

A picture of my father, young and strong, appeared in my mind. ‘ He asked questions, then found something wrong with the answers.’

And what happened to your energy ? 

I guess I felt drained so I tried to keep from telling him anything.

You mean you got vague and distant, trying to say things in a way that would get to his attention but not reveal enough to give him something to criticize. He was the Interrogator and you dodged around him with your aloofness

Yeah, I guess. But what is an interrogator ?

An Interrogator is another kind of drama. People who use this means of gaining energy, set up drama of asking questions and probing into another person’s world with specific purpose of finding something wrong. Once they do, then they criticize this aspect of the other’s life. If this strategy succeeds then the person being criticized is pulled into drama. They suddenly find themselves becoming self-conscious around the interrogator and paying attention to what the interrogator is doing and thinking about, so as not to do something wrong that the interrogator would notice. This psychic deference gives the interrogator the energy he desires. 

Think about the times you have been around someone like this. When you get caught up in this drama, don’t you tend to act a certain way so that the person won’t criticize you ? He pulls you off your own path and drains your energy because you judge yourself by what he might be thinking. 

Let me explain the classifications spoken of in the Manuscript. Sanchez said. Everyone manipulates for energy either aggressively, directly, forcing people to pay attention to them, or passively, playing on people’s sympathy or curiosity to gain attention. For instance, if someone threatens you, either verbally or physically, then you are forced, for fear of something bad happening to you, to pay attention to him and so to give him energy. The person threatening you would be pulling you into the most aggressive kind of drama, what the Sixth Insight calls the Intimidator.

If on the other hand, someone tells you all the horrible things that are already happening to them, implying perhaps that you are responsible, and that, if you refuse to help, these horrible things are going to continue, then this person is seeking to control at a poor me drama. Think about this one for a moment. Haven’t you ever been around someone who makes you feel guilty when you’re in their presence, even though you know there is no reason to feel this way ?

Yes.

Well, it’s because you have entered the drama world of Poor Me. Everything they say and do puts you in a place where you have to defend against the idea that you’re not doing enough for this person. That’s why you feel guilty just being around them.

I nodded.

Anyone’s drama can be examined, he continued, according to where it falls on this spectrum from aggressive to passive. If a person is subtle in their aggression, finding fault and slowly undermining your world in order to get your energy, then, as we saw in your father, this person would be an interrogator. Less passive than the poor me would be your aloofness drama. So the order of dramas goes this way: Intimidator, Interrogator, Aloof and Poor Me

A person goes to whatever extreme necessary to get attention energy in their family. And after that, this strategy becomes their dominant way of controlling to get strategy from everyone, the drama they constantly repeat. 

I understand the intimidator, I said, but how does the interrogator develop ?

What would you do if you were a child and your family members were either not there or ignored you because they were preoccupied with their career or something ?

I don’t know.

Playing aloof wouldn’t get their attention; they wouldn’t notice. Wouldn’t you have to resort to probing and prying and finally finding something wrong in these aloof people in order to force attention and energy ?This is what an interrogator does.

I began to get the insight. ‘ Aloof people create interrogators! ‘

That’s right.

And interrogators make people aloof! And intimidators create the poor me approach, or if this fails, another intimidator!

Exactly. That’s how control dramas perpetuate themselves. But remember, there is a tendancy to see these dramas in others but to think that we ourselves are free from such devices. Each of us must transcend this illusion before we can go on. Almost all of us tend to be stuck, at least some of the time, in a drama and we have to step back and look at ourselves long enough to discover what it is. 

I was silent for a moment. Finally I looked at Sanchez again and asked: Once we see our drama, what happens next ?

We are truly free to become more than the unconscious act we play. As I said before, we can find a higher meaning for our lives, a spiritual reason we were born to our particular families. We can begin to get clear about who we really are. ”

In conclusion: Be mindful of your energy. Don’t go into guilt mode if you realize you have been creating some drama, we all chose to experience duality for a while, so there’s nothing to feel guilty about. It’s just an experience. Guilt is unnecessary, it’s like jumping  from drama to another drama, from control drama to victim drama. Give some love and kindness to yourself. Taking responsability for your own creations is a much better idea and it is an important theme now, especially as we go through this full moon gateway.

The paragraphs I used from The Celestine Prophecy book were taken from the 144th page to the 155th. You can get it on Amazon if you are interested. You can click on it below and it will lead you there.

 

Thank you for reading,

Love and Light,

Eddie

How To Transform / Transmute Energy Simply And Effectively

Greetings, Masters!

Since there was a releasing/letting go theme going on in the collective energy lately, I felt guided to write this article about transmutation and transformation and what those really mean cause they are still confusing for many people. I’ve been thinking about inner work and how many people are talking about doing “inner work” for many years (20-30 years) and I know things were a lot different back then and each person has its own journey, but too much is too much. Some people get this “work” done in a few months and for some it may take a few years, but when it takes too long you have to ask yourself a few questions.  Am I releasing and letting go effectively or is it just on a superficial level ? Am I just putting aside for “safekeeping” the stuff that needs to be released or am I actually transforming and transmuting that old energy ?

Some people get stuck on doing that at some point in their journey and this issue needs to be addressed, because it can become a big block that can stop many from moving forward.

Basically doing the inner work means letting go and releasing all that which no longer serves our highest good within us.  That’s a valid process, but at some point, we have to let go of the idea that there’s always something to release, that there’s always something to let go of, basically letting go of letting go. At some point we start activating and integrating certain aspects within us, higher truths and we start merging with our I AM presence, we become expanded and from there we keep reaching higher and higher states of being, which means we are infinitely expanding. We have opened the pathway of self-mastery for ourselves at that point. That’s different than doing “inner work” like many people are describing it.

If you feel like this process of releasing is just never-ending for you and stuff you thought you released keeps coming back over and over again it means you’re not transforming or transmuting the energy. Maybe you’re letting go on a mental level (which is fine as it is part of it), but it’s not a complete release if you don’t let go on all levels, and don’t go to the core of the issue and transmute it which is why it keeps coming back especially in these moments we’re in where the old demands itself to really be transmuted into the New.

Don’t be too hard on yourself if you notice that that’s what you might’ve done until now, it’s not like we have a manual for all of this, but be honest with yourself always. This is just a natural process and each person has its own divine pace, but at the same time as a master you decide if the process of releasing the old fears and all that baggage is a difficult one or an easy one. It doesn’t have to be hard, it can be easy. Sometimes we make quantum leaps in a moment of self-realization than we have done in years.

So anyways, how do we transform the old energy and transmute self ? Where does the Old energy go if it’s not being transformed/transmuted for good ? It just keeps coming back. From my personal experience as a Master of the Violet Ray of Divine Alchemy, and my own understanding, Transmutation and Transformation are similar but they are not the same.

Transformation is more on the surface, thoughts and emotions and it works well on the outer as well, while transmutation goes straight to the core and it changes whatever you want to transmute completely. It’s a metamorphosis, it is transmuting Self. Both are equally important and go hand in hand, but transmutating self is what we’re trying to achieve with the “inner work” right ?

I’m gonna use the butterfly metamorphosis example once again, because it’s the best. The butterfly teaches us that it learns what there is to be learned and experienced from being a caterpillar and then it enters the cocoon state(or the chrysalis), goes through a transmutation process and then it evolves in a butterfly, so it’s a new level of experience. By becoming a butterfly his perception of the world expands, he sees the world with new vision, through flying. It’s completely different and it’s a good analogy to describe our own transmutation/transformation process.

The only way “up” is “through”. Whatever it is you’re experiencing that you feel like it needs to be transformed/transmuted, it must be felt, acknowledged and then go to its roots, whether it is an emotional block or an outdated program, perception, be aware of what it really is and use your skills, intuition and heart’s wisdom to shift.  You are powerful and highly gifted.

You can also invoke the violet flame to transmute/transform. This is what I shared on Facebook about the violet flame:

The Violet Flame is the number one tool for Transmutation/Transformation/Cleansing/Purification. If you feel like there’s something that needs transformation within you, something that’s making you uncomfortable or holding you back, the Violet Flame is always available to you to help you get through whatever you are experiencing. It dissolves the lower vibrational energy into Love. It simply dissolves outdated programs.
Simplest way to invoke it is through decrees (e.g: I AM invoking the Violet Flame to transmute/cleanse/purify/dissolve into Love everything that no longer serves my Highest Good within me.) Or whatever words you feel guided to say. It’s all about intention behind the words, not necessarily about the words.

Play with the words, feel the ones that fit you best and use those. You can visualize it, find what works for you. Feel the blissful energy of the Violet Flame cause simply saying it won’t do much. You might want to lay down for a few moments at least, take a few deep breaths before. You can call upon Saint Germain, Quan Yin, Lady Nada, your Team or whoever you feel comfortable with. They are always there for you. You are really never alone.

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Anyways, see where that gets you in your own experience and then move forward. Take your time, sometimes we need a “break”, to cocoon ourselves just like a butterfly and that’s perfectly fine and normal. Do it if you are so guided.

Make sure you don’t get too serious, approach this process with a playful attitude, have some fun with it. You can only move up in vibration and frequency Now, if that is what you want.

Trust and know that within you have all you need to move forward.

Love and Light,

Eddie