the multiplicity;  ninety-degree angle; 

< Kharisma 3 > You're not singularly dimensional. Well, you are, but you aren't. You're acting like it. You are playing the part, but the reality is you are not singular at all. Nothing about you is supposed to be singular. You're not working towards multidimensional, multi-consciousness; you already have it. You already have it. It's already there. You're just not using it. And there was so much more to it, and other layers and levels, beautiful layers and levels. When I said now listen to it like you're singing to your soul, it changed the entire meaning. It changed the entire energy and consciousness of it – snap! – just like that. And I said listen to it like your soul is singing to you, and it was even more beautiful. “Ohhh! I'd rather be with you. Why don't you let me? I'd rather be near you, if you let me.” You see how the simple “and” changes everything?

< Kharisma 3 > Life – everything about life – is in multiple layers. Layer upon layer upon layer. But you've, all of you, all of them, all of you … And. Everything in life is multilayer, multidimensional. Not hierarchical, not in stair steps, but going everywhere, every different direction. But you get focused on one perspective. There are going to be things that come up. Quit trying to make them go away. Do they minimize? Absolutely. But you know what happens is after a little while, you're not putting your attention on all of your problems, whether it's aging, whether it's getting physically sick or money. You see, you get focused on that, and then you forget about “and.” And. In everything in life there is an “and.” Everything. No exceptions.

< Kharisma 3 > I actually think some of you kind of like it. Those problems. What would you do (without them)? Well, first of all, if you didn't have all those problems and all the challenges, you wouldn't feel alive. You know by having this series of problems and having to solve it, and then you get to be kind of the hero who solves your own problems. Now, it doesn't make sense, but nothing about being a human makes sense. So let's just call it that. But you cause problems. You create problems or you attract problems so you can bring them in, and then you feel a little bit alive – “Geez, I've got something to do today. I can solve all my damn problems.” And then you bring them in and then you kind of solve them, but kind of in a, well, less than complete way. But you think you solved it, and then you say, “Oh, look how good I am. I solved my problem.” That's called the Problem Hero, you see.

< Kharisma 3 > So you create these problems so you can solve them and then when you're not feeling so alive again, because you're just focused on the singular boring life and forget about “and,” then you create more problems. So you create these problems and they're really not problems. So you create these problems to solve them, and then you keep creating problems. And you don't need to, unless you want to. And if they're in your life, if you're doing this, my friends, you have to take a good look at yourself. Not a hard look at yourself; a rather humorous look – a really humorous – look at yourself. I mean, just pretend you're in the Ascended Masters Club sitting at my table looking down on yourself back on Earth toiling through all these problems and then you'll have a good laugh. You really will.

< Kharisma 3 > I understand it's very, very seductive, all your problems and your issues. Ask yourself even, why do you keep calling forth these dumb issues in your life? They're really dumb. You don't need them anymore. They're dumb problems, every one of them. They're dumb people, first of all, that you're working with. And I don't mean that in any sort of condescending way. I'll put it a different way in nice metaphysical terms. They're more asleep than you are. You don't need that anymore, but you keep clinging on to it. You keep hanging on. Don't. Just let it go. You don't have to actually do anything proactive. Once you really determine that you don't need that or them or it or whatever, once you realize there is the “and” of your life, all that stuff goes away on its own. Like magic, like somebody swung the magic crystal, whatever this is, and it just starts going away.

< Kharisma 3 > You're used to handling stuff, solving stuff, working on things, fixing things, blah, blah, blah. You don't need to anymore. You don't need to solve it. Why? Simply said, it kind of solves itself naturally. So you stop trying to solve all your own problems. You can't handle it. You really can't. And you shouldn't have to. You shouldn't have to. Really. You shouldn't have to handle all that stuff – the problems of the world, the problems in your life, the problems of everybody you know. You weren't put here to handle that. You don't have to handle a thing. You have this great thing called the I Am, your soul, your divinity, whatever you want to call it. It's you. It's sitting right there. It's just in disguise. It's in latency right now. It handles that. It really does. It handles stuff.

< Kharisma 3 > Now, it doesn't go in and pay your bills for you. But it – this I Am-ness – it moves you out of that consciousness where you even have to pay bills. So you know what it does? It, you, just move yourself out of that consciousness – the consciousness of being ill or being broke or whatever. Let's take a big deep breath for “and” in your life. Multidimensional. It's not singular. There's not one problem. It's not a little problem. It's huge and it's multifaceted, and in every facet of every problem are tremendous transformations, releases, energies, beauties, gems that are going unrealized right now. Why? Because you get really focused. The simple three letters – a-n-d – give you a whole different perspective.

< Kharisma 7 >And” is going to be so important in what we're doing because you're going to realize that your body can be in pain and it's not. You can be having other amazing experiences. You're not singular anymore. You can be logical and absolutely sensual. You're going to be living the “and” life, meaning you can be having a bad day and equally a good day. Now, that does not make sense, but it absolutely is natural. We're just realizing that it's here and it's not here, and that's what the Master knows.

< Kharisma 7 > Now, typically a human thinks very, very linear. They throw in a little salt and pepper, a little duality into their linearity, into their focus, just enough to keep it from being so deadly boring. So they throw a little bit of duality – a little light, a little dark, a little pleasure, a little pain, a little good, a little bad. So the next level of consciousness after singularity is just a little bit of this duality. They don't go beyond that. There's nothing beyond duality. Most people would think nothing beyond black and white, up and down. That's it. Do you realize that that is probably the outer limits of consciousness? It's sort of the outer limits of consciousness, but we're going to the Twilight Zone.

< Kharisma 7 > “What's beyond duality?” one would say. My dear friends, there are worlds. There are worlds beyond. Duality is just kind of like the basic programming code of this reality. But there are other realities that need no code, that need no programming. The beautiful thing is it can be experienced here and you can be singular at the same time. Imagine for a moment all these attributes. “And” – the amazing ability to be innocent, naïve, stupid almost and to know everything. Amazing. Amazing. That's where we're going to go – “and.” So we're not really going to enlightenment. That would be very singular. No. It's about “and.” And. You can be that human and absolute Master.

< Kharisma 7 > It seems a little fragmented, but it's not. It's not at all. Suddenly, you realize that there was a reason in the first place for being able to create aspects – not to chase them away, but to create them – and you can start living in this beautiful combination, multidimensional, aspected, logical way of being. No longer confined to just that. Now, that brings up a very interesting question. You're going to say, “Well, what is truth? What is reality?” And there is no truth. There is none. Stop searching for truth. It doesn't work. There's no meaning in life. Sorry. There's no truth, because it all becomes the truth. There's no single truth in the core of the universe hidden away somewhere. There's not. The truth is it's all truth.

< Kharisma 7 > Now, if you want to really say, “But where do I find my base, my balance? It's so chaotic, I have to find that comfortable place every once in a while.” I Exist. That's it. That's it. And the rest is “and.” We're going to be experiencing “and.” You will absolutely be uncomfortable, and you'll probably be a little upset with me, as happens from time to time, because you're going to say, “I didn't realize it was going to be so crazy.” I'll tell you right now. It's going to be a little crazy and fun and so different in a lot of ways. And you can still show up as the average person at the supermarket and they won't bother you. They probably won't even see you.

< Kharisma 7 > Humans don't do so good without drama. It gets boring. So they'll intentionally screw things up so they can rebuild it. Yeah, they do, all the time. There's nothing wrong with that until you get tired of that singularity – drama, drama, drama, drama. But in mastery, it's like, “I'm going to have some drama and I'm going to be non-drama. I'm going to just …” It's the “and.” When you are so free that you can choose wherever you want to apply your consciousness, and multiple places at the same time, ah! My friends, that is mastery. Embodied mastery.

< Kharisma 7 > There are worlds around you right now, but when you live in that cave and when you're afraid to step out of it, afraid of being crazy, afraid of your phobias, afraid of your addictions, afraid of yourself, you can stand right at that doorway, that entrance to the cave; you can stand right there and not cross over. I'm going to provoke you and annoy you and anything else I can, entertain you, whatever it takes to have you say, “It doesn't matter anymore. I don't care if I go crazy. I don't care if my body goes to hell. I don't care if I lose. I don't care, because it's all just one great big 'and.'” That's all it is. One great big “and.” Fears, phobias, joys, sensualities and it's enlightenment and stupidity. It's “and.” It's all of the above – living in a cave and living outside of it. That, my friends, is realization.

< kharisma 9 > Whether we are here in the Shouds or whether we are in Keahak going forward, we're going to go far beyond just this human focus into the “and,” into the Many. There is not going to be any going into the One, at all. So if that's your expectation, you're going to be greatly disappointed. We're not bringing everything back into a One. That plain sucks (laughter). Those are technical spiritual terms. Yes. They're in the Kabballah, if you read closely enough. We're going to be going into the Many, and that's where it gets fun and that's what I am particularly excited about.

< WalkOn 5 > But you forgot all the time there's a ninety-degree angle that you take that requires no effort. Instead of making it happen, you allow it to. Making happen still is real. So here you use effort and force to make something happen. You think you're moving things along in your life, whether it's studying and getting a degree and getting a job or just cleaning your garage.  You think you're moving something in life. You are denying the very essential fact that everything is moving in spite of you. Everything is already in motion because of your light. So you think you have to effort, force things to happen in your life. You're screwed, because you're using five human senses and effort. There is another way to do it. Not to replace this, not to suddenly ascend in a linear way. You don't do that. It's the “and.” You suddenly realize there is the absolute no effort, no force, no trying.