Reminder! Tomorrow, October 1st, is World Contact Day. I declared that when I first posted about it here a week ago today, just like anybody else could have done. If you’re not sure whether to participate or not, now the time has come to make that choice. Are you in?
Sure, the idea’s been around since the first one occurred in 1953, and over the years various additional World Contact Days have been organised or suggested. But a general lack of results in the past needn’t impact our effort this time if we simply recognise and work around some persistent (and ultimately irrational) concerns:
1) Perhaps there are no extraterrestrials out there to listen.
2) What difference can we possibly make if only a teeny-tiny percentage of the world’s population participates?
3) What’s the point in asking for contact? If they’re able to get this far, they’ll show up on their own terms.
I’ve set up a few general guidelines to help us in this collaborative effort. The first premise of World Contact Day is that indeed, they’re out there. Let’s accept that extraterrestrials exist. For many of us, calculated odds are irrelevant since we’ve encountered extraterrestrials and/or interdimensionals on various levels, but for the rest, just know the odds are greatly in favour of extraterrestrial life.
Speaking of numbers: even a handful of dedicated participants can effect real change, but we need to create and empower coherent shared thoughts. In reality we don’t need a lot of waves to create interference patterns that could generate synaptic holograms allowing near-effortless conveyance of intention. To get into a coherent wave-generating state, use whatever has worked for you in the past, as long as you can reasonably hold your focus and stay awake.
Here’s a very basic, abbreviated lesson in results-driven inter-intelligence communication as it has worked for me before. First, meditate to clear your mind of cluttered thoughts; in inter-intelligence communication, a highly-focused state of mind is a good place to start. Although everyone’s going to have a unique experience, I would suggest that most mind-altering substances are probably not conducive to the state of mind needed to do this specific kind of work.
Then initiate the interaction. A critical component of this World Contact Day is focussing on a specific song which I chose to unite us in our efforts. I didn’t think twice about which song would be most appropriate: Klaatu’s song Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft, which can be heard at www.myspace.com/klaaturecords. Originally written to commemorate the next World Contact Day, this song will elevate you to another level of experience – but you might need several listens to let it work through you. Give it a try.
By this point, if you’re on the fence about participating then this part of the process will probably make or break your choice. Either way is fine, but if you’re going forward then realise you must align yourself with some very strong convictions. It’s time to extend a real invitation to the extraterrestrials to visit us if they can. Before taking this step, releasing any fear of contact is radically important. Expressing thanks is equally important, for it implies synergy, lighting the beacon of our consciousness and elating our intentions. Think of it this way: fearless intention infused with gratitude drives the cosmic torus into perpetuity!
With relatively few participants, how do we turn up the volume on our request for contact? The answer, I believe, essentially lies in our combined ability to create a resonance that rings like the clear tone of a bell extended out into the unified field. Let’s assume that the cosmos is an infinite unified field….and why not? We have plenty of evidence supporting the theory, so let’s run with it.
We need to make our efforts as strong and resonant as possible, and that’s why I have given us a particular song – Calling Occupants – to listen to repeatedly. I can’t overstate how strongly I intuit that this inspired music will bind our energy, intention, and gratitude together powerfully as we listen over and over. Listening to this song also provides World Contact Day with at least two other critical keys: 1) simply playing it projects sound waves into the unified field, and 2) our listening to it creates certain thought patterns that are also projected into the unified field.
Think cymatics. Think symbols. Think communication. Know that in your mind you have capacities….
NOTE: I’ve been watching the play count of Calling Occupants on Klaatu’s page, and it spiked for a couple of days after my initial post and has started to gradually level off since. What we need to see is an increase in listening to this song, and repeated listening. If you’re participating and you genuinely want to contribute to strong resonance and stronger communication, then listen as much as you can.
Thanks in advance to those participating full-on in World Contact Day 2009.