MICCIAH CHANNEL: JULIE WINTER
Produced by Jon Child
Transcript of Program 120, 1989 [CC]
Some of Julie’s early work in channel from 1989 where Micciah discusses:
• The shift towards the right wing: Isolationist policy is generated by the “rising tide of fear” that is “transmitted through the field of consciousness,” affecting everything. View Section
• Anti-Semitism; Eastern and Western modes of healing: All “anti-” positions are a result of the fear. The original Christian teachings are trying now to return in their pure form. At core, all mystical teachings are the same; distortions differ. No Messiah is coming: “what is needed is each person’s journey and commitment ...” View Section
Micciah: We greet you all, dear friends.
Julie: My Name is Julie Winter, and this program is called Micciah Channel.
And what you are going to see is me, going into an altered state of consciousness, a non ordinary state of awareness. And what I believe happens when I am in that state is that I enter an expanded geography of the self, and that there is an overlap between what I know (my intelligence, my awareness, my experience) and something that is larger than my ordinary awareness. It may indeed be that it is all part of my awareness and that would be fine. What’s produced is a personality that is a product of this overlapping and the personality is called Micciah.
My voice is going to change and it is my own voice. The variations in speech have to do with my being in an altered state.
The program is created from my classes. My students bring questions in. We encourage you to ask questions, to ask questions about channeling, about my channeling, whatever. And use your discernment in evaluating the information that comes through.
Julie: This is a prayer basket. [holding prayer basket and demonstrating] These are prayers, affirmations, wishes, intentions. And what we do in healing class, in our circle, is write prayer slips for ourselves and for other people for whom we would like to offer affirmations of love and wholeness, as well as for the planet.
And we would like to include you who watch on television in the healing activities of this group. Then I lay hands on the prayer basket. [to the class] We could all lay hands on the prayer basket at the end.
We would like you to send in your prayer slips and make a big prayer basket so that we who are linked in this relatively abstract way of video can be linked as a circle, as a web of prayers and affirmations for peace and harmony.
Micciah: We greet you all, dear friends. And we are most happy to be invited to be with you.
We will proceed now to the questions.
Ann: My question comes from my concern about the continuing swing to the political and religious right wing.
Ann: It relates in my mind to the survival of us all — and I’m looking for a sign of hope, I think, about the future and what it holds. Because it — I’m discouraged about what I see.
Micciah: This is a time of enormous challenge. We know it has become a joke, in spiritual circles, but of — of a test; of, ah — it is more difficult to choose faith, and to choose delight and compassion and love and trust, in the face of these difficulties than it is when life is harmonious; yes?
Now, Frank: this very time that you are in (as we have said, this time of enormous change) is one that will ultimately cause a splitting in this dimension. Potentially. We think the potential is quite strong. And those who ... are able to incarnate and live according to the laws of love and respect for resources and oneness will continue on; and you will enter a time when those who are not able to do that will not appear very much in this realm.
All of you who are here have volunteered to be here, and to face the destructiveness — armed, if we might use that paradoxical word, with love and with an increasingly resilient faith.
The move that you witness toward the political and religious right wing — the conservative, the radical of the right — has to do with a rising tide of fear. And this fear is transmitted through the field of consciousness, just as everything is. And human beings are absorbing each other’s fear and the fear which at one level is emanating from the other creatures who are being destroyed by your thoughtlessness.
Do you understand? It is like a tide of fear, and it is coming up through the dream life and through, ah — fantasy imagery; and it is engendering a swell of the most — isolationist? (is that a word?) — policy. “We will protect our own! You are one of us, you are, ah — part of the right gang, so we will protect you and we
will, ah ... [pause] unite in fear and launch an attack on those who are not like us.” This is always a result of fear; and the fear is swept up, literally, through the electrical system of the body and into the dreams, into the functioning of the brain, into the glands, into the biochemistry — everything. Just as we said earlier, a shift in your actions shifts everything. A shift in this direction is engendered by fear.
Is there hope? Yes — absolutely.
Does that answer — does that respond to your question?
Ann: Yeah. I — I find myself getting caught up in the fear.
Micciah: Yes. It is important, if you can — it is important if you can, when you can — to notice it, acknowledge it, see if you can ... separate it from yourself. The way in which, if you were caught in the midst of a dysfunctional family; if you were in the midst of a family situation that was full of cruelty and fear and, ah — attacking and so forth, you might be able (if it was not your own family [with a laugh], or perhaps even if it was) to be, as they say, “meta” to the system. Not, ah — removed, in a cold sense, but to keep a consciousness that’s larger than the system, so you can observe it but not become sucked into it. Do you understand?
Ann: But then again, how do you react to — the attacks that are going on?
Micciah: It — circumstance by circumstance; case by case; we can’t — it depends on what kind of situation you are in. And then at some point, if you can find it in your heart, in your time where you meditate, perhaps, or are doing a ritual to bless the entities who are so afraid, even though at the personality level one is not inclined to shower blessing upon them.
Sandy: I guess for me the question is, why is fear at this moment so prevalent —
Sandy: — that you feel the balance swinging, certainly —
Micciah: Because there are cycles — within the dream of time, which is a very real dream of your dimension. There are cycles of growth, development, chaos, breakdown, rebirth. Your lifecycle is a mirror of all of the other kinds of cycles; or — so — that is just the way it is: that there are times when, to polish, to burnish the soul, and to give you the chance as human beings to ... wrestle with certain kinds of difficulties, there are vast creations that produce times of difficulty.
We are oversimplifying. This sounds stupid, yes? Just a moment.
Because we do not at all mean that it is — “Ah, it was doomed to be this way!” That is not — it seems to be where we are headed. Just a moment.
[Pause] Let us say [it] this way: that the results of your actions in the last several centuries — your beliefs, your actions, your core beliefs, your political moves, your treatment of so many different kinds of people — has lead, has precipitated — your line of development in the world of illusion has precipitated exactly where you are now. It could not have precipitated anything else. Hmm? If it could have it would have.
Is that clear — just that?
Micciah: So, this is the result of, ah — the symmetry of your choices. And, ah — the fear has risen cataclysmically.
Now. You are at the point, the alchemical point, of transformation — through cleansing, through breakdown and chaos — in the greater planetary cycles of which you are a participant.
So ... please go on.
Sandy: My question is understanding and elucidation of the teaching of healing being done very strongly at this moment, or in many places, ah — using the Christian religion and the Christ-consciousness —
Sandy: — and comprehending and understanding the why of this in teaching. I have three — they’re possibly interrelated questions. [Inaudible] interrelated. Shall I state them all, and then — or one at a time?
Micciah: Well — do you want us to respond to this first, and then go on? The question about the Christian teachings?
Sandy: Actually I would like to see, perhaps, the interrelationship. Ah — out of this comes, for myself as a healer, an understanding of a rising of anti-Semitism and the fact that out of much of the Christian teachings there has been a great deal of pain for many peoples that have occurred, though it might not at all seem like out of the Christ-consciousness that should be possible. Ah — to — so that there is a fear that comes with that —
Micciah: Yes —
Sandy: — being of the Jewish faith myself; and the — and a concern for the world. And the other aspect is understanding the Western concept of God in relation to healing, and tapping into the sourcing.
Micciah: All right.
First — we will deal with the first part first. In what we were describing as planetary cycles or world ages, this world age was ushered in with the teachings of, ah — several entities. The man you refer to as Jesus was a composite of several entities.
The teachings ... that moved out into the world at that time affected all of the years to come. And the rise of, ah — the political entity of the Church. Not the teachings themselves, which were quite radical. The right wing, the present right-wing Christians, would have disliked the original Christians intensely. They were, ah — communal; they owned nothing; they were devoted to, ah — the celebratory aspect of life.
Now: what happened was that the teachings ... hmm. Well, the core of the teaching exists still; but the surrounding architecture of the teachings was distorted through economic needs and the political entity of the Church (which was just another political entity, yes?).
Now; the upsurge of ... metaphysical teachings organized in the Christian philosophy are the last attempt of the heart of the teaching to come back to the people. And it is more or less pure, depending on the people: that is to say, it carries on it, like barnacles, more or less of the prejudices and the distortions of, ah — the people who teach.
But it is the end of the cycle. And it is most interesting to note that the image that is used in so much of Christianity was the crucified Christ, who represents the world of separateness and illusion and the vulnerability of the body to the hatred of other people. Even though the teaching of the risen Christ — unity; no separation — exists and is celebrated as part of Christianity, the emphasis has been more on the body. Yes?
Micciah: So, at the end of this cycle — in this time when the creatures of this planet are literally screaming for help — the teachings return, with the wish that something more akin to their original intention pass through into many people.
Along with this is what Ann was asking about. Along with this we have fear abroad in the world — immense, potentially crippling fear that also affects the physical body and the immune system and so forth. And the fear attaches in different places. One of those places — one pocket — is anti-Semitism. There are — there is going to be a lot more anti-, anti-, before this is done.
[Whisper] So ... [very quietly] this was a very intense selection of questions.
Sandy: There was one more, and that was about the place of God in the Western philosophy in healing; that the —
Micciah: If you are asking about the place of God, the place of Spirit, in healing ... you mean why is it expressed as the — in — what is the question?
Sandy: No, no; the question is really more, ah — there are two shifts of the way healing is expressed: one, opening up to the universal Spirit, opening up to the consciousness of the many entities and perhaps coming off of a strong energetic force.
Micciah: Yes —
Sandy: And — that is more as taught, perhaps, in the Sufi and the Buddhist — you know — without having a very specific feeling of God as we perceive the entity in the Western world. And then there is coming out of, perhaps, the Christian consciousness — even of the Judaic — that one heals, one asks God to do the healing; that the God-force is more that sense and that entity that is a much more Western sense of entity; and I as a healer find myself very confused sometimes.
Micciah: If you could, ah — peel all of the various teachings down into the threads, like the genetic code that builds a human being, which is a divine ... jewel, the codes in all of them are the same.
The philosophies that have collected around them are different, and contain their various distortions. The Western philosophy has its own set of distortions and — so forth. They all — everyone has their own. So — there will be no, ah — Messiah. You have to work it out for yourselves this time. That is to say (to go back to the description of planetary ages): at this point, from our perspective, what is needed is each person’s journey and commitment to a discovery of the principles of Spirit enacted through them. Not following the rule books.
But you could come to that through a pursuit of mystical Christianity, or devotional Catholicism, or Matthew Fox’s kind of earth-spirituality Catholicism, or through the celebration of Buddhism, or Sufism, or —
Sandy: American Indian?
Micciah: Absolutely. Because eventually, in the experience — in the DNA, in — you — would have very much the same thing.
May you be spared any further leaders who are without the experience.
Julie: That’s the end of this particular segment... of this particular adventure. And this channeling is meant to be a spiritual, emotional, intellectual, heartful, mindful journey that I share with another realm, that I share with my classes and that we all share with you.
Please go over the material, evaluate it for yourself, and know what it is that you think about it.
Julie: “This channeling is meant to be a spiritual, emotional, intellectual, heartful, mindful journey that I share with another realm, that I share with my classes and that we all share with you. Please go over the material, evaluate it for yourself, and know what it is that you think about it.”