影片摘自：2017巴夏傳訊會-The Spectrum of Fear
Q: There's another definition that I need help with.
All right, if you say so.
Maybe we will use this as an opportunity to practice using your imagination to see if you can come up with one.
Q: So, getting more in alignment, following your highest excitement, right? Allowing the circumstances that go with that when they come.
Q: 所以，與自己的和核心振頻更加調和一致，跟隨著 自己的熱忱興奮，對吧？讓隨之而來的外在情境自然發展。
Yes. Because you know, you will get the benefit out of it, if you stay in the state that is commensurate with getting a benefit out of it, no matter how it looks, yes.
Q: So, I'm having a challenging time…
Q: Being okay with that another people are in situations where they physically can't follow their highest excitement or they are suffering.
That is not ever the case.
You're just assuming that it is, because of how things look.
But, it may just be that they're not exercising their imaginations in sufficient ways to understand how they could be following their excitement, regardless of the circumstance.
Or, you may be dealing with people whether they understand that or not, who even though they seem like they are not necessarily in the state of excitement, may have actually from a higher level chosen exactly the experience they're having, in order to express their excitement in the way they need to.
Not only perhaps for themselves, but maybe even for others, who are interacting with them in learning what they need to learn—by interacting with someone whose having a certain kind of what appears to be a limited of experience.
You don't know the stories behind everyone. And it is not wise to assume that you do.
Q：How would you suggest I redefine that?
I just told you.
You don't know the stories behind everyone, even though you might assume that you do.
In other words, you have a shorthand saying on your planet, “You cannot judge a book by its cover.”
You have to read the story of each individual to understand what the reasons are, why that might be happening in the way that it looks?
Because you don't really know why it's happening that way.
The first step to wisdom is to know you don't know what you think you do.
Q：Okay, again, very helpful.
Is that help?
Remember again, you have another clever saying on your planet, “Trouble comes not so much from what you don't know, but from what you think you know that just isn't itself.”
All of you have been trained to make certain assumptions about what things mean based on how they look. You are more often than not completely wrong.
Get used to the fact that you don't really know, and then you can take some time to really investigate, if it's exciting to you, to find out exactly what is actually going on, for that person.
And what their story is really all about instead of just making a shorthand snap judgment that says, “Oh! I know what's going on, because it looks like such and such.”
No, you don't.
You haven't got a clue in those cases.
That's what is really behind the choices that have been made there.
You are so inquired.
Q：I'm gonna start with not knowing.
Q：Thank you very much.