Posted by: Artandsoulnj | April 8, 2010

red light, green light…

Wednesday, 4.7.10

Record breaking temperatures today here in New Jersey — 92 degrees! — and across the tri-state region. As I sit here at the kitchen table with dinner simmering on the stove, it’s hard to believe not even four weeks ago we went through a record breaking nor’easter and six weeks ago, a record breaking snowstorm. These days, when it comes to noticing what’s different, all we have to do is check the weather outside!

When engaging in Matrix Energetics, one of the first things we are guided through is to notice what we notice; what attracts our attention? So often we do this in an offhand way, casually and totally unaware of what we are doing. For me, this has always been second nature (that co-dependent thing), and being a mom enhanced this skill even more. I guess I became expert at “noticing” — noticing what is different and noticing what’s the same. Having a teenaged son, like so many parents, I have fine tuned ‘noticing what’s different’.

As I’ve said before, we do this all of the time and it’s really not complicated. At my recent experience with the Hoffman Process we played the children’s game of “Red Light, Green Light.”

If you aren’t familiar with this game, the person is ‘it’ covers his eyes and turns his back to the other players, saying, ‘red light, green light, one, two, three.” The players all start at the same point a distance from whoever is ‘it’. On ‘red’ they begin racing towards him. On three, everyone stops – completely freezing every part of their body as the person who’s ‘it’ spins around trying to catch the other players in motion. Any small movement sends the player back to the starting point, and so the game continues until someone reaches the person who is ‘it’ and then takes his place.

Playing in the ME morphic field is kind of like playing this children’s game. If we intend change, we notice what is different in our field of awareness — who’s moving ever-so-slightly? And then we notice what else is different — who else is moving? Moving through an experience in this way, we allow changes to continue. Not locking any one outcome into reality, allows for the continued wave of transforming what we expect to see and allows for a multitude of possibility.

Noticing that it was unusually warm today wasn’t much of a stretch of imagination. Noticing how warm my body felt resulted in changing my ‘to do’ list, which included switching out the winter clothes, doing laundry I hadn’t originally planned on doing, hanging the towels out to air dry… the list goes on. (It was a productive day for spring cleaning!) As I noticed one thing and moved into it,  it resulted in a different choice or action which I would then move into.

This isn’t a very exciting or sexy way of describing Matrix Energetics, but it is nonetheless, living Matrix Energetics. It’s not about ‘doing’ a technique or a two-point or a frequency, not that there is anything wrong with that. Matrix Energetics is so much more than what is happening at the seminars. That is only the beginning of what Richard is teaching us to remember. By his distracting our left brains with the science and technology, our subconscious is free to play in the field of all possibility. And that’s the point of this exercise: to notice how we do this in our everyday reality, all of the time.

What do you notice?

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