The July edition of The Insatiable Lust for Life podcast is out and I will admit, this is a very interesting exercise to be comfortable with speaking about various topics. With recent exercises in voice channelling Amy and a group, the evolution of these podcasts will be amazing to watch.
In this episode, I talk about the purpose of “TILFL” podcast, what you can do to get involved and discuss a number of topics as I begin to talk about a few different topics. I find that I’m bringing the series of thoughts back to a bigger topic that is known as “The Fear of Acceptance of Self” and looking at to what it actually means. I began writing it but wanted to focus on talking about it as it was much easier, with the following dot points as topics, we take a journey into also my own story.
I had planned to discuss the following topics:
- What the podcast is about
- Ideas of the Order of Melchizedek
- Fear of Accepting Self
There are a few other random tidbits I mention as well. Really happy with how it came out.
Urantia Reference to 24 Members
57:8.7 (661.1) 900,000,000 years ago witnessed the arrival on Urantia of the first Satania scouting party sent out from Jerusem to examine the planet and make a report on its adaptation for a life-experiment station. This commission consisted of twenty-four members, embracing Life Carriers, Lanonandek Sons, Melchizedeks, seraphim, and other orders of celestial life having to do with the early days of planetary organization and administration.
Here are the links about the people/websites that I mention in this post.
- Rebecca Dawson – www.rebeccadawson.com.au
- Marlene Swetlishoff – www.therainbowscribe.com
- Odette Linton – www.abundanceplane.com
- Machiventa Melchizedek – Uranita Book (Paper 93)
- Anrita Melchizedek – www.pleiadianlight.net
- AliceAnn Melchizedek – www.oakroseacademyoflight.com
- Peter Melchizedek – www.elementalgracealliance.com
- Jocelyn Joy Thomas – www.joysreadings.com
- Heart Activation Music – www.stevennorth.com.au
- The Origins of Urantia – Uranita Book (Paper 57)