Question: Well, this may be a dumb question.
Kim: There are no dumb questions.
Question: Talking about a dictation, how can you differentiate your speaking from the master speaking? Or if there are several different masters, how can you introduce them to us?
Answer by Kim Michaels, July 17, 2015 at a conference in Los Angeles.
Well, the master will always tell you when a dictation is going to take place, and the masters always starts out introducing themselves by giving their names, so that you know who is speaking.
Question: Second question is what can be my attitude to get a good experience?
Well, I would say that it depends a little bit on your background and how much you know. What was it the Buddha said? Something like don’t accept everything, but don’t reject things without examining them. And I think that’s a good attitude, that you are willing to experience it. What I have noticed in myself is that the more I can get my analytical mind out of the way, the more profound an experience I have in the heart.
The ascended masters give a lot of teachings that are very much intellectual and help you understand things better. But in order to really connect with them that’s not the head, that’s the heart. So I would try to just set aside expectations or ideas about what a spiritual conference is or isn’t, or what it should be, and just experience it. Experience it with the heart, and then see what you get that way.
You can always study the dictations later with the more mental to see what they are saying, what the meaning is, what you can learn from them. But there’s no greater opportunity than when you are here in person to have that inner experience, and that is definitely a heart experience.
Copyright © 2015 Kim Michaels