The Power of Sacrament
February 3rd, 2009
Q: I do a lot of metaphysical work, but when I was a child and growing up, I came up in a Catholic tradition. And I do the three sacraments of baptism, communion, and confession. I received some inner guidance that it’s possible that, in those sacraments, there was some sort of etheric imprint or something put into my field. And I wanted to know if you thought that might be true, or if it’s possible.
Galexis: Oh, it’s definitely true. You see, when you have enough people over a long enough span of time believing that something is true, it creates a reality of that truth – a concept or thought form that comes “alive.” Within that created or agreed-upon reality, all three of these rituals place implants into the participants. They basically implant in you a seed or a program, much like a computer program, that activates a reminder that you are unworthy, undeserving, sinful, not okay, and that you have to work hard to seek God’s favor and blessing.
This implant tends to add a degree of difficulty to everything in your life. It can “sludge” things down, congest the flow of energies, and slow everything. It can you make you feel like you’re connected to the strange energies we call “Astral Forces.” These are dark energies, forces of evil, you might even say. Some people call them evil, or the devil, depending on what denomination or what philosophy the church or group has.
The threat of evil and the horrors it could do to someone was originally used to scare people into joining the church, submitting to it, and tithing to it. If people believe the church will save them from damnation and eternal suffering, then they will rush to the church to be saved. In effect, the church maintains the subliminal notion that you are protected from evil every time you do its rituals, so that you seek the rituals out. This is in every implant and activated every time a ritual is done. We would suggest that if you wish to be free of this influence, that you do a vow breaking ceremony.
Q: Okay. I want to do this.
Galexis: If you don’t know how to do a really good vow breaking ceremony, we recommend our workshop, available on CD, entitled, “Breaking the Ties that Bind You; Releasing Contracts, Oaths and Vows.” (Purchase here) We saw that many, such as yourself, have made spiritual vows, in this lifetime and in others, that limit one’s success and happiness in the world. Many of the vows to break come from the Catholic Church. We discuss specific vows, taken over the centuries by novitiates, such as the vows of poverty, and of celibacy. Taken on by the priesthood, these vows were seen as the foundations of the church. The vows required actions or behaviors by the priests who taught the lay people to follow them too.
Even if you had not been raised Catholic, you may have had more than one lifetime where you joined some priesthood or committed yourself to a religion. There, you took on vows that were said to connect you to your spiritual path, to make you pleasing to God so that you could have His blessings, and to absolve you of sin or bad karma, or whatever evil you may have accrued in your life. Many of these vows resonate with people once they activate their spiritual path and start to get into spiritual activities. They “kick in,” so to speak, emphasizing a separation between the world or materiality and spirituality. Many people make good money and then, once they turn towards spirituality, they soon no longer have the capacity to make as much money or have the successes that were easy for them before. They re-enter the contracts made through spiritual vows.
Q: Oh wow! That’s what’s happening now. I’m triggering them.
Galexis: Yes. The program says, “Welcome to your Spiritual Path. Trigger! Okay, here are your vows, promises to fulfill that you made when you were on your spiritual path before.” So you trigger all this stuff by belonging to the Catholic Church and also seeing yourself on a spiritual journey. In a naïve and ancient way, religion is the substitute for spirituality (or the relationship between you and God), and that’s what most people still think of it as being.
The underlying message is that if you wish to have a relationship with God it’s obviously got to be made through a church, a religion, or some group. It’s not to be made directly between you and God, or one on one, you see? People are not considered worthy or capable of a direct relationship with God, so the organization claims that it is the only gobetween. So, we would highly recommend you break the vows underlying the Catholic Church – the vows that slipped into you, that were implanted into you when you were baptized and then again, reinforced when you joined the Church in your confirmation.
When you break these vows, and you do it without any sense of guilt, anger or judgment at the Church or at yourself, you will be free. You will feel the difference. Your connection to the Church has attracted Astral Forces, or “entities” which manifest as unusual, weird, or dark thoughts. Your imagination can be dark. You can imagine bizarre things occurring to you. For example, you’re driving down the street and you come up to a red light. As you sit at the red light, you imagine that suddenly somebody drives through the intersection and crashes into you.
Q: That happens to me constantly!
Galexis: Those are astral energies or Astral Forces - any emotional energies that are thought about and felt long enough to becomes its own kind of form in the astral plane and then comes into your emotions as disturbing or twisted thoughts and feelings. They make you feel unsafe and needing protection. People who are psychic can see these hanging on peoples’ energy fields, like we see it hanging on yours. Those come from your parents but also, originally and preserved through rituals, from the Catholic Church.
Q: Wow! I really hear you. That’s true. And you know it’s funny because some family members that I have, have sponsored some people to become priests. They supported them during their training, and I know these people seem pretty normal to me. And I wonder, are they taught what they’re doing? Are they taught to do sort of metaphysical things in or during the sacraments? Or do they even know what they are doing?
Galexis: They are believers. They themselves bought into the sacraments and the system. It connected with something profound and on a deep unconscious level within them. And so they felt motivated, almost “pushed” by their own destiny to carry this forward. It’s very much like some people find a tradition and feel that they are “home” and follow the tradition. For example, some people who are Jewish are raised in the kind of home where nobody goes to the synagogue much. But in their adult life, they find tremendous comfort going to and joining a synagogue. They get back to their tribal roots, in a sense. It gives them a great sense of identity, of belonging.
The priests find this too. Within the tradition, the mythology and the experience, they seek to discover a great sense of peace and calm within. This identity, reinforced by centuries of tradition, offer priests a sense of belonging to something greater than themselves. Some priests – and consider that many of them are young when they enter the seminary - are very troubled souls. Entering a focused tradition such as the Church provides gives that sense of peace through order. The unruly, wild self is narrowed and focused into the tradition, giving them a system of priorities. They simplify their lives within the tradition’s organization of their value system. They feel a sense of detachment from the world and peace about things, although some don’t even find it right away. They join the Church looking for it, assuming that at some point, if they are worthy enough, they will reach peace in every moment of their lives. They are passing that search for peace on to the parishioners, but they don’t really know consciously what they are doing. They are hoping that others will discover the simplicity, the discipline, and the resultant peace too.
But they do transmit the values of the tradition when they administer the sacraments, and with that come the implants. For example, when they perform a baptism, they can instinctively seem to touch either the crown or the third eye chakra. And when they do that it’s essentially like creating an indentured-ness, a submission, or a slavery to the Church, or to God’s Will as interpreted by the Church. In a way it’s saying, “Okay. This being belongs to the tradition.”
Galexis: You see? It’s heavy. During the communion they feed you food and drink. Do they do something for that? Yes. Because any time you do it, you are participating in a church ritual that is adapted from a shamanic ritual, by the way. Shamanic rituals are profoundly connected with the unconscious or collective mind. Now people don’t cut out the hearts of lions and eat them for courage in this culture. But the eating of the wafers as the “body” of Jesus is a way of symbolically taking on the aspects of Jesus’ vibration. But what happens though is that the aspects or qualities of Jesus that you do take on in the communion and that you accept into yourself, are determined by the interpretation of who Jesus is. In other words, you are imbibing a sense of Jesus that has nothing do with the true person, or even the true Christ Consciousness. But it has everything to do with the beliefs of the tradition getting installed in the one eating the wafer and drinking the wine.
Q: I see. Well to tie it in then, I feel like my problems with money really have to do with the concept of sacrifice and the concept of money being separate from God.
Galexis: Oh absolutely. Money and spirituality were separated with vows of poverty, submission and so forth. After all, everyone knows that it’s hard for a rich man to enter heaven – he’d have to be able to go through that eye of the needle first! (chuckles) We would highly recommend that you might also wish to obtain our workshop called “Healing Your Relationship With Money.” (Purchase here) We go specifically into the split between money and spirituality. And then on that CD, we introduce you to the spirit of money so that you and money become allies, combining in a spiritual way.
Q: When I stop to think about the vow breaking, I feel terrible, because I feel like the Church is the only thing that I do have that is like a family or like a belonging.
Galexis: That’s right. And that’s how they keep you. The fears of loneliness, separation, isolation, and alienation are the top anxiety producers in anyone’s life. That’s why excommunication in the old days was so fatal, so final. And the Catholic Church used that for a long time to keep people from leaving or having alternate perspectives about God. We know it would be hard to feel separated from your “community.” You could still go to Church and enjoy your community but refuse the sacraments, but that may be even harder to do, especially to explain. However, you must make your choice, and it’s a choice of identity. Are you going to belong to the Church with its offer of peace in the tradition of the past and all that entails? Or will you identify yourself as a powerful reality creator and worthy light-worker, having a relationship one-on-one with God, and the Divine? If you connect directly with the Divine, you will feel the peace and the belonging there – the greatest sense of your divine Home. Of course, deciding on your choice would also mean that you’ll have to consider what you feel you are doing here on the planet and why. Your choice, always, you see? If you don’t choose, you have actually chosen to continue. So it’s up to you. It’s always up to you.
Q: Excellent. Thank you.
Galexis: You’re very welcome, and thank you so much Dear One.
The above question was asked during the Path of Power Radio Show, January 19th.
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