charisma / kharisma

give in grace;  graceful giving;  
grace from within;  authentic youI Am in expression

< Kharisma 1> So I thought about calling it the Kaikho Series very seriously. Then I took a lot of deep breaths and said, “But what's the essence? What are we really trying to do here?” And then it struck me. And what this is about with Kaikho and with love of Self and with allowing and releasing and everything else we're doing with coming into the light body, this is about a very important word – charisma. Charisma. And I'd like to call this the Charisma Series. Yeah. But we're going to spell it with a “k.” You can go ahead and write … no, write it like that first, Linda, and then underneath write it with a “K” instead of a “C.”

< Kharisma 1> Kharisma comes from the Greek word “Kharis.” Kharis meaning to give in grace. Give in grace. Graceful giving. When you really come to it … by the way, there is kind of … in the English definition of charisma, oftentimes you think of a charismatic person. And part of that is true. There is something called charisma. They don't know where it is. They can't seem to extract it. They can't turn it into a chemical formula. But charisma, what is it? Well, you say it's a person who has a certain radiance, I guess, a certain personality. Political figures who have charisma, using the standard definition, can attract people. You've all met charismatic people. You're in their presence and there's just something, well, charismatic about them.

< Kharisma 1> But here it's going to be a little bit different. It's not just about a shiny, happy personality. The Kharisma is the grace from within. The Kharisma is that natural really authentic you, sans the personality that's not you, coming forth. It's the real you. It's the I Am in expression. Kharisma. It's there. It's already within you. It's already inside just ready to come out. It's the authentic you, the one you keep asking yourself about. You keep saying, “Well, am I being authentic?” Well, no. Actually, you weren't. So back away so that your authenticity can come out, so that the real you can come out.

< Kharisma 1> You don't need to do anything. You don't need to do anything other than let that Kharisma come out. It's already there. You don't need to activate it. You don't have to water it. You don't have to do anything to it, and that's going to be the challenge. You're going to want to do something. You're going to say, your personality is going to say, “Well, shit, I've got to do something with my Kharisma. I need to develop it. I have to breathe into it.” No, nothing other than letting it come through. So allowing was correct. It's the Allowing Series, as well, but it's one of the things you do.

< Kharisma 1> Kharisma is that, what you would call, that light within you. But I don't even want to call it a light. Kharisma is the I Am in expression, and once you dust away, clear away all those other things – ancestral biology and personality that's not yours … I cannot stress this enough. Your identification, your personality is not really you. It's really been cobbled together with a lot of bricks that have come from foreign lands. Cobbled together in some haphazard interesting way. Kharisma is the natural Self coming forth. The interesting thing about Kharisma, it's already there if you just let it come out. You're not going to be able to identify its attributes, all the different things.

< Kharisma 1> Kharisma is the true attractant. The true attractant. There are books that have been written about Law of Attraction. Interesting, going in the right direction, but they tend to be very mental. Everybody starts thinking about what they want – jzzz, jzzz, jzzz, jzzz – it doesn't work. It's not very effective. And then they get all depressed and then they feel bad about themselves and then they identify with themselves – “I'm not very effective at attracting things. Nobody likes me and that's why, and I can't attract anything.” No. You're just not being very genuine about it. You're being very mental about it.

< Kharisma 1> Mental has little or no Kaikho, fire, passion. It's not authentic. Every time you think a thought, most of it really isn't yours. Ninety-five percent of it, when you think about something, it's not even yours. But yet you pretend it is. You act like it is. You act out like it is. It's not. So we're going to strip all that and get down to what is yours. Your Kharisma doesn't mean you need to go out and be an extrovert. It doesn't mean you need to go walk down the street shaking everybody's hand, telling jokes in the grocery store. No, you'll look like an idiot if you do that. (some chuckles) Kharisma is a natural attractant. It attracts energy naturally. It attracts people.

< Kharisma 1> Kharisma – if you get down to the real definition – it is the gift of grace that one gives to themselves first, and it's naturally given to others. Kharisma is the authentic. It's the I Am. It doesn't need personality. It doesn't need to identify itself. Kharisma does not need plans and programs and goals. It doesn't. The human needs goals just to occupy themselves and to make themselves feel better about achieving a goal. The Kharisma doesn't need that. The Kharisma is you.