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Conscious Reflection

“The Moment You See Higher Self You Are Enabled” – Weston Jolly

Sky High Reflections

There’s a lot going in the world today. America is the leader in the world with over 200,00 deaths (As of this publication date: September 30, 2020) and it’s likely to go much higher.  So what can be done?

Is there something that you can do that would enable your conscious reflection? Yes, conscious reflection will enable you to see the truth.

Predominantly there is one thing you can do -unify and become at one. If you want to really have some fun, you’ll realize your service of one another where true love is.  During this time of The Great Pause, perhaps it’s time for us to go even further in our service of one another instead of what’s currently being displayed.

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Transcription: Conscious Reflection

Thank you so much for joining me. Today’s podcast is entitled Reflections. Before we go, one more minute. I want to let you know why there’s been a pause in the consistency of my podcasts. And, of course, it has everything to do with the pandemic. Back in March, actually, March 11th, I made a transition from doing a podcast to doing teleconferences. Now, some of you know that because you’ve been joining us there, but maybe some of you don’t.

So if you go to my website at WestonJolly.com, if you type into the search bar or you can search Google and you can type in the name of the teleconference, which is 60 Minutes of Truth in Uncertain Times. Now, previously, our teleconferences have been offered every Wednesday. And we’ve done 26 of them, of which they’ve all been recorded, meaning they’re there for you to listen to, which is the whole point of what I’m sharing is so if you go to WestonJolly.com Under events or again, 60 Minutes of Truth in Uncertain Times, you’ll see in that page that there’s a whole list, as in twenty six different recordings, you can listen to.

And the reason I wanted to start there is because well, it gives you kind of an explanation of why I’ve been MIA with regards to podcasting. But we’re coming back to that. I mean that’s something I want to return to. And in addition, we’re NOT going to give up the doing the teleconferences. All I’m going to do is make a shift and offer the teleconference, which is again 60 Minutes of Truth in Uncertain Times, the first Wednesday of every month.

So go to my website, hit events, and you’ll see when the next teleconferences and of course, all the instructions on how to join us. So here we are taking an opportunity to reflect. In this moment, the moment that you really see yourself as you are, you are enabled. You know, disempowerment comes as a result of choosing to see yourself, not as you are, but as you think that you are.

Now, that’s not semantics or just words. There’s actually a difference in a true conscious reflection.

This creates an opportunity of service, and this is the part of today’s podcast that I really want to emphasize. Today, there are scores and scores and scores of people that serve on the front line, and they are, of course, doctors, nurses, paramedics, physicians assistants and they are all in service of unity. Right?

And currently, although they’ve got to be really tired, we’re currently past 200,000 deaths with regards to the covid-19 virus in the United States. It’s a shame to think that America is a leader in death —specific to a pandemic. Because of something that we haven’t done. People have been asking or trying to become aware of what that is, and I want to be very pointed about that , offering focused attention on why we are leading chaotically to create something ultimately that we don’t have to continue to create.

But instead of putting our focus there, I want to put our focused attention on what we can do to create something different and how to do that. And more specifically, that it’s going to be done through this one thing, which is called becoming united. Now, it has to do with the pandemic, certainly, but it’s not to do with just a pandemic, meaning we can unite because of this drama like we have in past opportunities when we’ve been threatened as a nation, think 9/11, or being at war with another nation.

And of course, if we go back in our history, we’ve actually been war at war within our own selves, meaning the civil war. And there have been many people asking and wondering when the challenges of 2020 is going to come to an end, hoping that somehow it’s going to slip away or that will return back to perhaps the way the things were done previously. And I’m here to tell you that that’s not going to be the case, as we are never able to go back in time.

We always continue going forward. Sometimes when I speak with individuals in their relationships, I put them on a plane, meaning you and I in terms of would-be partnership. And I want everyone to understand that as we travel in that plane that we’re actually going six hundred miles an hour and there’s no place when we’re in flight that we can stop the plane. That’s true here in terms of our becoming aware and using this opportunity of pause to go within and understand that we are all going forward.

It’s just a matter of how, if we’re choosing to do this through a disempowered state, which is something that we in terms of mankind has done since the very beginning. But if we’re really to use this “great pause” and I keep using that term, because it was given to me actually by my son, in honor of what this covid-19 or pandemic is offering us, which is a great pause to actually go within.

And I want to credit my son for sharing his spiritual wisdom with me and certainly with all of us yet again. And yet it’s really important as we continue to go forward, because if we don’t find ourselves connected within our own selves and certainly to source and certainly with one another, we’ll find that we perish quite literally.

And there’s a reason that we have called ourselves the United States of America, because there was a time that we considered being at one something quite important and it’s not lost. It’s something that we’re still working on and it’s something that we have to incorporate with the World; meaning, it’s not merely just the United States of America. It’s literally us becoming united with everybody, meaning becoming at one with there is no separation with regards to gender or race or or anything that we would use it as a division from one another that we would use as a what would be the word, a conditioning to create ourselves separate.

See, there’s a part of us that has been delighted to engage in a state of separation, because every time that we go into a state of separation, we can point to some of the party in the idea that they’ve hurt us or they’re participating in something that would be outside of our realm of control. But see, this is the whole point. That’s why I started this whole thing with the idea that the moment that you really see yourself as you are, you are enabled.

We don’t want to go to that dissected or that separate thinking that has us to be separate. That’s why I made the comment that disempowerment comes as a result of choosing to see yourself not as you are, but as you think that you are. So if you’ve been asking the question, what’s next, spiritually speaking? The key to going forward is unification. But don’t be fooled, it’s just going back in time to returning ourselves to what has been or hoping that, you know, the year 2020 will soon somehow quietly slip away.

Because if we do that, if we allow that, then we will have not grown. And that’s individually and even as a collective group, meaning the whole world. Right. So we don’t really ever want to do that. We must use this time of conscious reflection to really understand how each and every one of us created this to be present in our lives. This is why the very first teleconference, 60 Minutes of Truth in Uncertain Times, I spoke very strongly, the very first one, about facing our fears.

This is something that we have to do. The coolest part of our opportunity, if I can use that term, is that we really are here, meaning you’re here with me listening and participating in something that’s actually super grand on so many different levels that I wonder if you really do understand the levels in which we are participating, this beauty of the human spirit or love, the spiritual part of us that wants to connect, putting away the seemingly pieces of separation that we have through differing opinion, through different life experiences or certainly different perceptions of even of the concept of truth.

But as you know, truth is truth. It’s not something that can be negotiated. There’s no such thing as propaganda or, “fake news. “We use these terms as a day as a means to deceive other people. And if you’re choosing to allow yourself to be perceived through the conduit to social media, even the formality of even some news networks that are not necessarily ascribing to what was traditionally a fact finding and bringing forth the truth in the news if you are allowing yourself to participate.
This creates exclusion, and the idea that you’re only hearing part of the story, which is interesting because that’s exactly how our minds work. So before I get too ahead of myself, I want to talk to you about a story.

An individual, a man actually who led his people out of bondage, taking them into the next step. And he was encouraged to take his people into a place that was called, well, abundance or a place that was called or expressed to be a land filled with milk and honey.

And according to the story, he became one with source. In essence, he became enlightened. And the only reason that he was the only one that became aware is because he was the only one that made the claim. He faced his fears that being among them doesn’t a sound a little bit like what we’re having to address today. Some of this more so than than others. That’s to be granted and appreciated. Not everyone has had to actually face or visit somebody in the hospital as a result of the virus of the pandemic.

And if you do, it’s a very sobering experience. It takes the idea of putting a mask on or off to a completely different level that regardless of your opinion, someone’s infected with this virus in a way that could affect their life as in permanently, permanently in terms of death. You know, it’s interesting because a lot of people like the story I’m continuing to recount, put their faith in a point of authority. In essence, a politician and a politician sometimes is there to represent the people supposedly that’s done and the freer aspects of the world and those other aspects of the world aren’t as free.

Those politicians may or may not serve the people, although they claim too. But if you look at the political processes as a whole, it’s really apparent I’m being honest, truthful and very, very blunt that they really don’t seem to care about you, your health, your well-being. They only care about themselves and of course, and their entitlement. What I’m saying is, they want to keep their job, or power, or the perception of power. And let me be clear with this. We in terms of we the people have given them that power.

In essence, we become disabled. And again, this is nothing new. So I want to go back to the account of this particular man who’s ascending the mountain, Mount Sinai.

And of course, if you recognize the story, this is the story of Moses, who life was spared, according to this legend, and he was offered a life of great wealth. And opportunity and great power, and I want you to feel this, because one could say that this particular person was given the opportunity of a lifetime to sit where he sat.
And yet, through personal awareness. Through, we’ll call it his coming to understand where his life, his power, his connection actually came from, beyond the physical king he was serving.

He stepped away. He stepped away from his position of power, and if you can see it for what it is, he stepped away from one he was born into, or at least that what he thought he was born into because he was an adopted child. And so he stepped away from his mom and his dad and his family and of course, all of his power and wealth. To connect with Source, and to do something crazy, to lead his people, his people of his true blood origin out of slavery.

That’s what you and I are still participating in in terms of allowing ourselves to be enslaved through the choice of being disempowered. This isn’t something bad. It’s nothing new, and it isn’t to be heavy as much as that we want to be really clear in terms of what we’ve created. So what do we do with all this conscious reflection, how do we take on the opportunity to become aware individually to ascend in the way that we hear or read of this account for this legend of Moses going up the mountain?

And how do we become through that awareness and what do we do with that awareness? Well, if you see in terms of the story and it’s perfectly described, even as Joseph Campbell might describe in his book, Hero of a Thousand Faces, where we see that the person goes to have understanding, they become enlightened again. I’ll use that term and they come back. And this is the part that I’m putting focus on that becomes an act of service that heroes, so to speak.

In this story, Moses comes back to participate with that information. Sharing with the people is understanding. And this opportunity is available for you and I today. We don’t need anybody. And let me be very clear. That includes me. I’m happy to facilitate until I’m blue because I love it. And I’m very drawn to this choice to be connected and to share this connection with Source.

Of course, I feel very honored and blessed to be a part of that connection and to fluidly describe that with you so that we can become well reminded of what we actually doing here, which is in this moment of conscious reflection to be honoring who we really are and not just kind of not like I’m just here to do a day on planet Earth.

We’re all going forward and so we’re going to participate individually. I think it’s important before we get into how we can serve one another that we actually have to be reminded a little bit.

About who we are. I have a an unusual opportunity, meaning what I do, I have an opportunity to see you in ways that quite often that you don’t actually have the opportunity to see yourself and especially as a group. So I want to offer some of those reflections in some very specific details. I’m going to change the names and some of the details so that it doesn’t break any of the confidence I would have with any one person.

But I want to do this as a means to create awareness in terms of this conscious reflection and also this empowerment so that we can become well in tune with who we really are.

For the moment, I want you to look into my eyes. If you see me in person, they’re they’re nice eyes. (laughter) I’ll say it that way. And if you haven’t seen me in person, then go to my website.

My eyes are clearly represented there.

And there’s something about these eyes. That are able to see through what I will call the perceived places of resistance or even stories.That perhaps you’re even holding yourself back in this particular moment. So it is a part of this theme today in this podcast, Conscious Reflections, I want to reflect you. So I want to talk about many of you through some of these very specific stories. But then ultimately, we’re going to transcend into this reflection, using this empowerment to unify through service.

At the moment, I can recall first meeting this person a very long time ago in a workshop that I was giving on the East Coast, and I had said something that was kind of amazing in the sense that the individual that I had never met before, I spoke of him and how he was participating in his work environment. And it was a public forum. So I’m able to speak of that clearly here. He was amazed, amazed in the sense that someone was able incapacitated to do that through time.

And, of course, through many sessions. I’ve had the lovely opportunity to get to know this particular person in a most genuine and loving way. His upbringing was a little different, meaning we could even say that his upbringing was quite caustic. He was attacked with kitchen utensils when it came time to eat . A member of his family said,
“I made you. And I can kill you.”

Now be reminded this is during dinner time, so this might affect how someone might energetically feel safe, even comfortable to take in the nourishment of food, of which, of course, became an issue. But nonetheless, this individual, even in spite of those original conditioning of extreme disempowerment it’s important to see that he is actually a very beautiful boy.

And I say that in terms of where he came from. And yet he has not lost that innocence, that compassionate side of him. And of course, his love for his family is actually very, very special, very unique. It’s interesting to see this because you wonder where someone coming from, that kind of background could pull those kinds of energies or those kinds of reflections, you can’t do that artificially.

And so I’m saying, as a matter of reflection, that this particular person, while coming from an abusive background in many different ways. Was able to transcend, to actually face his fear, and now he, like everyone else, is in process of doing that. Sometimes we’re able to do that in a complete snapping of the fingers and we’re on a ways to do something entirely different. Sometimes it can take a minute, sometimes sometimes years, sometimes even a lifetime.

But that is not the point of this opportunity to actually see ourselves as we are, because when we really go to the opportunity of knowing that we’ve come here to do something different than to regurgitate what has been extended to us beforehand in terms of a baton being handed to us and some relay race by moms and dads and others up the family lineage that we’ve come here to break those traditions and perhaps even the structure that in support of those traditions to step forward into really being who we are.

And so in this space of turning to love is something really, well, fun to take a peek at. The reason I went through this particular account and this individual’s father was actually a professional accountant. And while his dad, you know, from a business perspective, would be seen as very successful and that of holding a esteem to professional career is interesting to see that the dad would need to resort to that kind of energetic dominant. Now, it’s seen all the time, and oftentimes when we get past that along, that’s why I used the word baton earlier.

If a dad passes it on to a child and that can be a son or a daughter, and when that’s done and that individual actually thinks, please hear that word again, based on what we talked about beginning. Remember, disempowerment comes as a result of choosing to see yourself, not as you are, but as you think that you are.

So if someone is referencing that thought that got implanted perhaps by somebody else of your own accord, that we are empowered better then or bigger than or above somebody else in terms of status, that’s an interesting concept. My son had an opportunity to actually live in London for a short time. I think it was like six weeks, maybe was eight in total participating in a film project. And his experience was interesting because he was observing things in the United Kingdom that I read about, but not necessarily felt.

And he was describing how classes of people in terms of the Labor Class versus the other classes (i.e. Working, Middle, Upper, Aristocrats) were distinguished through this baton passing meaning through generations. And they actually identified that this thought is who they are in today’s podcast. It’s not. It is a matter where you’ve been born. And what conditions socially abusively or even of the most abundant kind? Imagine think of the the character Moses being born into all of this, Wolf, all of this empowerment, no one took it away.

He could have remained there. It’s through his conscious awareness.

He determined to say, you know, there’s something beyond what he’s doing in this politically appointed at that time based upon his belief system that this is something he was born into. And yet he denounced it and he said, ah, decide to pursue something different. Perhaps in light of what he was shown via source in terms of his ascension and of course, that was brought down to the people to share and to lead down this path, and this is why this opportunity of service is so important for each one of us.

And yet we have to set aside these concepts that were somehow separate, that we are able to continue to go through this life.

And the idea that somehow I as a human being and different than anyone else who is listening and participating in this world today for the future, and even before I was ever born, if I were to do this in a state of empowerment, then we have to get on board to again who we are and who are not. So I’d like to share with you another story about another party that I knew for many, many years. She’s recently deceased. She struggled with the entirety of her life specific to her body composition, most specifically her weight.

Now, to give you a little bit more of a background. She was very intelligent and extremely spiritual, enlightened, if I can use a term very, very connected from a very early age. And because of her well, her affiliation to wanting to make change, she was actually very, very active in politics.

And she served on many different campaigns to raise further political awareness as a means to create an understanding with other kinds of people. Now she’s doing this, also creating other kinds of expressions that were even more personal to her in terms of her spiritual expressions. And yet intrinsically, she found herself very, very challenged within her own body. This is something that she confided within me more than one occasion through the many sessions and opportunities that we had to be together in the presentations I was offering in those areas.

So if you go back in time to see that, that there was something that was happening within her as she perceived it, that she needed to fight against. And what I mean by that is that she needed to create a resistance to. And I want you to think of a castle like an old castle, where there is literally a moat around the castle, which is created to protect other people who might invade the castle. And of course, that’s part of the reason that some people created castles, moats, tall walls, water in the moat, even perhaps unkind alligators in a moat.

I don’t know, to create a division, a separation from we the people in the castle to those individuals or energies that are trying to get in the castle. Now, when this individual was a child, she took on the belief that it was not safe for her to be. Alive.
Now, that’s remarkable is reflection, because she was a very passionate person, like I said, a consultant was working with AT&T or the Bell companies during that time, very well observed as a successful individual.

Again, like I said, very spiritual and very political involved. And yet she always had this personal fight. I’ll even call it a civic fight. And we could even call it a civil war with regard to her own body and becoming comfortable with that. Now, I always knew her and I say knew her way beyond her physical embodiment. And because of that, I was able to tease with her that this manifestation that her body that she was never able in this lifetime anyway to to gain a balance with wasn’t something that actually truly represented her true self.

And that’s something that a lot of people, many people struggle with even to this moment. And it has to do with people who can’t put on a weight to people who are challenged by having too much as a means to protect. And yet these reflections, these perceived identities back to the ego itself isn’t something that is truly us. And it becomes a point or a fulcrum of points where we choose to remain disempowered and ultimately separate. So I want to transcend beyond these couple incidences in terms of individuals having grown up being reflected to and what could be described as unkind ways.
And appreciate that if we align ourselves in a true reflection of who we are, which is indeed empowered when we participate as our empowered self in the act of service, believe it or not, we become even more empowered.

Now, I’m not talking about political service. I’m talking about and what I mean by political service. I’m talking about true service. I’m not talking about trying to esteems one’s position in terms of serving. I’m talking about service that may or may not get seen, measured or even paid for. And those kinds of opportunities are extremely.
Opportunistic for you, because every time that you see a need which takes some time to actually get involved to to observe other things that people are going through and to actually become involved. And we’ve talked about this, too, in terms of my previous teleconferences. But as we move forward in this podcast, I think it’s really important as we reflect that if we’ve come here to remain connected to who we are in this very empowered state, then we do have an opportunity.

It’s not an obligation or even a responsibility, and it’s certainly not an opportunity to remain in a higher class or perceived higher class. It’s an opportunity to just be yourself in service of another. And when we do that heartfelt plea, it changes our world. And guess what?

It creates a unification. Have you ever been the recipient of someone else’s service in a time of great need?

I can think of many instances. I can think of an instance where we were moving from cohabiting with my father’s house, which I believe or not. I did not know until much, much later in life that he had a drinking issue. She was an alcoholic, meaning I would not allow myself to see that truth. I grew up with it and it took living there with my my wife and family for duration of time for me to actually feel that, see that and in one sense almost drowned in that to address that.

That was not me. And this particular occasion, we finally left that energy or that household to reclaim a household of our own. And yet we didn’t have a lot that we were starting a new business at that particular time. And in doing so, we were extended this wonderful opportunity from a stranger, meaning she didn’t know me. And I told her reluctantly a little about our situation because I was concerned that we weren’t able to necessarily afford the rent that she was charging in her condominium, which was not necessarily very large for our family of four.

But when I explained in somewhat cryptic detail this very tender and loving individual who I don’t know very well. She picked up on the hint and she said, I have some experience with that, and I said, well, what do you mean? She said, Well, once upon a time I was actually married to an alcoholic. And with that, she made some financial concessions to my family that I could rent her condominium and that act. Of service, which indeed was monetary to our benefit for that duration of time for a while, actually, because as soon as I was able to get on my feet fully and completely, I was able to pay her what she should be paid for, that agreed space that we were renting.

But that act of kindness, that act of love is something that you don’t forget. And when we offer that kind of compassion through words, through text, through emails, through sometimes flowers. Through just having thoughts and prayers for one another, it has an effect. If it took this, I would get down on my knees to honor every individual that is extended that and behalf of myself and certainly my family tree and many, many others. And yet we have that opportunity, you and I, right in this moment, to take this empowerment, this choice to be empowered, to know meaning what a blessing it is to have this awareness in this particular time.

It would be very scary to be without it.

I know of one individual who made a comment with regards to the pandemic and what what was happening in the the crisis within the financial markets. And he’s a financial consultant in the West Coast, and he made the comment that it would be very difficult not to have some kind of understanding as to the things that were happening. In essence, that he has an education and an experience to why the markets were behaving. I’ll say you radically, even not even drastically.

And there’s more more of that likely to come. But what I’m trying to share is that our connection in this time of great pause to become aware through this reflection of truly who we are. And as we are doing that, which means that you don’t have to be in a perfect state, that we can be literally of service to one another. Take a moment right now to think of somebody, perhaps many people that you know and reach out to them compassionately with love.

How are you doing? What’s happening in your world? There are many people that are locked up in some pretty confining areas, geographically speaking, and even the areas that they cohabitate are quite limiting, and that’s even in the United States. If you go outside of that, it can become even more, well, challenging to actually comprehend. Many of you’ve traveled internationally and so you can understand what it would be like to be in another country in some of the conditions that, quote unquote you visited.

And yet these individuals all collectively need our help as we extend this hope or this kindness or ultimately this love to one another. This kind of reflection is not just a ripple, it’s a tsunami in terms of what it does, in terms of helping this place take us forward. And, of course, that takes us out of the perils of current economic challenges and or pandemics and a whole lot more. This unification is not necessarily just for the benefit of our coming together to have to.

Sometimes, I guess we feel like this in terms of our family obligations, right where we grow up as a member of the family and we are supposed to participate in honor of the brand, the last name, you know, Jolly Brand, as this is a product of who we are and to be appreciated to a certain degree. But if we do this in the idea that this is we’re supposed to do or have to do, it’s very different than if we do this in service of one another within the family, then we as a family, I am speaking of YOU as our family.

Everyone is having earshot of my voice. We can participate as a collective to quite literally move this place. And this movement is done through the leverage of our being connected to something much, much greater and using this awareness to share with those who want invitation only to be aware of something that perhaps they haven’t been. And it can be done in the most simple of ways. And that’s all I want to bring to your attention today with this podcast in terms of reflecting something that as you reflect kindness, love and compassion for one another.

Or perhaps you can better understand where someone has come from, like the landlord that offered us a helping hand based upon her experience with participating with an active alcoholism. I mean, who would know that? But she shared it and its results that we had a point in common. And it was a dramatic point of common, but it was an opportunity for us to go beyond that and to help one another. And to some degree, I feel very, shall we say, delighted to share with anyone that opportunity to go beyond those kinds of places that perhaps you have felt previously or were told or socially conditioned that you couldn’t or you can’t.

Of course you can. This is that opportunity to feel the nature of your empowerment and really allow this love that is, you reflected in everything that you do and everything that you say. Of course, not perfectly, but consistently as you so choose it.

 

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