In “Soul Lessons and Soul Purpose: A Channeled Guide to Why You Are Here” Sonia Choquette channels the Emissaries of the Third Ray. In soul lesson number five, they explain how we create in pictures. This is third-eye work, where our pineal gland generates DMT, a naturally occurring psychedelic compound. The release of DMT is what causes so-called hippies to “trip”, meaning, they start “seeing things”! Ohh la la! [Insert dramatic drum-roll here!] Guess that makes us all hippies as children, on average, excrete more DMT than adults. (Babies are even more groovy because they laugh 50x more than adults in one day!)
Channeled messages such as the ones in this book are very helpful because they often teach through metaphor. To understand the teaching, the Emissaries explain: “You can, for example, place all the best building materials in the world in front of an empty lot, but without a picture of how the house should come together, the woods and nails will lie dormant, and there will be no creation.” In sum, we should hold a consistent image in our minds to manifest what we want, rather than constantly changing the building plans.
Sonia’s human example in the book is of Edgar Mitchell, NASA astronaut and founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. He suffered from pancreatic cancer and healed himself in part by using actual photos of a healthy pancreas. (Did you know that placing an image of a person in a photonic chamber actually sends them light?) Mitchell reversed his cancer in four months.
We are working on many areas of life but the general spiritual message is that there is no limit to what we can create! You can create love, material and emotional desires, intimacy, good food, and more. To get to these personal matrices, we can use some simple steps from the Third Ray teachers. They include noticing, being proactive, focusing on beauty and describing your visions. Next level is becoming aware of the images you hold, changing them to what you actually want and studying the look of your desired object. To move past the ego spend at least ten minutes a day doing this, make collages and take photos of successes you already have. It takes practice but gets easier with all the fun you’ll be having, every morning.