A Response to the Article: You Are Your Vibration ∞ The 9th Dimensional Arcturian Council

by Pete on December 15, 2016

”As you offer a vibration, you also become that vibration. You are constructing yourselves vibrationally, and you become that which you offer. We notice that you do tend to take ownership of your vibration in the moment, and you do let it define you when you say things like, ‘I am angry.’ ‘I am sad.’ ‘I am happy.’” – the Arcturian Council

Conscious Creators

The idea of “vibration” seems to mean a lot to us intuitively but how do we translate vibrations into the recognizable symbolism of our dreams and human experiences? You may have some thoughts about this and I hope you share them because there are an infinite number of ways to perceive everything. To begin the conversation, here’s what makes sense to me at this moment:

For now, accept the idea that the interaction or vibration between and within Aware Energy or Consciousness, is the Source and Substance of All That Is. By defining ourselves as Multidimensional, Vibrational Beings of Aware Energy, suddenly, we become:

  1. Both one with and separate from All That Is.
  2. Both products of creation and creation itself!

How does it feel to imagine yourself as a unique Multidimensional, Vibrational Being of Aware Energy in an infinite field of Aware Energy? How does it feel to be the self-aware “I” within your body, mind and All That Is? FEEL out these answers, if you’re not already consciously aware of them:

  1. I think, feel, act and react (conceive and perceive); therefore, I AM. (expanded version of “I think therefore I am” by Rene Descartes)
  2. As I think, feel, act and react, I create.
  3. To change what I create, I change what I think and feel, how I act and react.
  4. The self is my seat of power.
  5. The present is my point of power.
  6. Value fulfillment is the promise of my power.
  7. Being and Creation is the actualization of my power.

In other words, we create our own reality from what we choose to believe about ourselves and the world around us (our vibration).

“So you understand that you are not just feeling what you are feeling. You are in that moment becoming that vibration, and you are using that vibration to construct yourself. It is of the utmost importance that you take on a greater awareness of your vibration so that you can become what you want to become, rather than just becoming what you have been programmed to become, what your parents became, or what society has decided you should become.

“This is important for you to realize and take ownership of. You are not what you have done, what you have said, what you look like, or how much money you have in the bank. You are your vibration, and you are choosing who you are in every moment, whether you are aware of it or not. It is a choice, and the choice is always yours.” – the Arcturian Council

What others will not or cannot do for us, we must do for ourselves. If we don’t stand up for ourselves, who will? Wake up, wise up and rise up!

As in sports, when players lose their touch, they go back to the basics to relearn what they forgot. Perhaps it’s time for us, as human beings, to go back to the basics to see what we’ve forgotten or missed altogether. For me, and I think for many others, being the unquestioning servant of some inaccessible “God,” or the unwitting and accidental byproduct of some huge cosmic explosion that just happened to unleash all the necessary ingredients for the creation of life from the random collision of mindless particles, just doesn’t get it. How do we make the invisible, visible, the unknown, known? How do we create order out of chaos and make sense out of nonsense? We start asking questions. This is how we open the door to the unseen and the unknown. This is how we create order out of chaos and make sense out of nonsense. Here are some examples of questions that often get drowned out by the noise of life as a human being:

Questions We Whisper to Ourselves and All That Is In Quiet Moments

What are we?
Who are we?
What is Reality?
What is the purpose of life?
What do we know that we don’t know we know?
What can we do that we don’t know we can do?
Where do we begin and where do we end?
What are we trying to teach ourselves?
What do we want to learn?

What can we do today for the selves we’ll be tomorrow?
What do we want most for our children, ourselves, and the world?
What’s the best way to treat ourselves and each other?
What works best and makes us happiest?

Asking open-ended questions like these opens our hearts and minds to the things we know that we don’t know we know, to the things we can do that we don’t know we can do. When we let the demands and expectations of everyday life push these important questions into the background of our thoughts, we fail to learn from them. Asking questions like these not only connects us with the larger consciousness of which we are a part, it helps us discover what works best and makes us happiest. It helps us create what we want, instead of what we don’t want.

We’re much more than we give ourselves credit for and it’s time we begin to realize it.

“Being who you really are is the name of the game here. It doesn’t get any bigger than that. Whatever it is that is happening in the world, or in your personal life, does not define who you are. You define who you are in your response to what is happening in your life, or on a national or global scale.

“This is important for you to realize and take ownership of. You are not what you have done, what you have said, what you look like, or how much money you have in the bank. You are your vibration, and you are choosing who you are in every moment, whether you are aware of it or not. It is a choice, and the choice is always yours.” – the Arcturian Council

“How you define yourself and the world around you, forms your intent, which, in turn, forms your reality.” – Seth

If we don’t consciously choose our beliefs, we unconsciously absorb them from our surroundings.

If our beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations create our reality, can we afford not to question them?

How we treat ourselves depends on how we define ourselves.

“As you discover what vibrations you have been offering, subconsciously, you must process those vibrations out of your system before you can choose. And so they may not always seem as though they are a choice, but everything is a choice, regardless of whether you were aware that you were making a choice at the time.

“Now is the time for you to choose consciously what you vibrate and who you are. It has never been more important for you to know and to choose.” – the Arcturian Council

For example, do you use material values like money, power, and privilege as your primary measures of success or do you use subjective, intangible values like love, truth, and joy? Play with both psychological frameworks to see which one feels best to you. Strong material values are often closely associated with a value judgment system of beliefs, right and wrong, good and bad, that control us from the outside-in while, strong intangible values like love, truth, and joy are closely associated with value fulfillment, what works and make us happy. To experience feelings like these, it’s necessary to take full responsibility for our thoughts and actions and learn from them, which gives us control from the inside-out. It respects our oneness and individuality as well as our role in creation.

Another essential step in creating change is to make it safe to change. Pushed from within by the impulse to be and create, and pulled from without by the promise of being and creation, it is up to us to shape how we respond to the energy we channel. Ideas like the Golden Rule, “do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” is one way to shape the energy of being and creation. My own personal favorite is: seek the greatest understanding and serve the highest good. The energy (vibration?) behind this idea represents my basic, emotional feeling tone. It’s where I come from, so to speak. While challenging, it gives me a feeling of walking on solid ground. It’s my moral compass. We can see another version of this idea in almost all of us. It’s the idea that we do the best we can with what we know and learn more so we can do better. Plastered over with other limiting and conflicting beliefs, it’s hard to see sometimes but, pay attention and you’ll see this natural behavior revealing itself in different lifeforms everywhere. All life wants to be loved and valued.

It's All Good

On the other hand, using values like money, power, and privilege to measure success in an “I win, you lose” world of competition for survival, unsettles me. When we accept the idea that “enough is never enough” and the “ends justify any means,” we’re creating a world of fear and uncertainty (that can only satisfy the most childish of egos :). Some good comes from it, otherwise, we wouldn’t support it at all but, in the end, it will crash and burn if we refuse to understand its inherent weakness and make meaningful changes in response. Living and learning would seem to be the safest road for consciousness to hoe.

Reference material:

This article is in response to You Are Your Vibration ∞ The 9th Dimensional Arcturian Council

For more ideas on how to change beliefs and reality, see the comments at the end of – You Have Many Helpers ∞ The 9th Dimensional Arcturian Council

According to Jane Roberts: the Mass Psyche is Preparing for Another Intuitive Upthrust (major change in human consciousness. Actually, we all sense the need for change in our own way.)

My Graffiti Palace – Contains a variety of subjects, including an excerpt from The Aware Energy Theory of Being and Creation. The full version has yet to be published.

The Ball of Light – A Lucid Dream About the Nature of Consciousness and Being – In this dream, I undergo a number of transformations and unique experiences. Talk about multidimensionality and vibrational change. Wow, it’s all here!

Genesis – A Lucid Creation Dream – This dream begins in utter darkness. Using my bare feet, I feel my way along until I enter a body of water. It’s about adjusting the dials of creation to make to fit with our ideals. It’s scary and fun at the same time.

Encounter with Unconditional Love – It took two years for my invisible friends to stage this massive production in waking reality but what a hum-dinger! Once again, you get some idea of what it’s like to operate in more than one dimension at once. Maybe it will jog your memory into remembering similar experiences you may have had. This is why it’s important to share our experiences. It helps us understand what and who we really are.

Roger “Pete” Peterson – https://realtalkworld.com

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