The Hummingbird and the Condor
As promised during last night’s teleseminar, I recorded the Incan story of the Hummingbird and the Condor. Feel free to download the MP3 and listen by right-clicking on the link.
This story has a great analogy about manifestation, spirituality, courage, and reverence. I recommend listening to the story a few times and see what it has to say for you.
Excuse my possible mispronunciations of the Peruvian Incan words.
At the end of the recording, I give you a little insight into my goals in sharing the knowledge I have going forward.
The entire recording is about 23 minutes. I hope you enjoy it.
Here is my take on the Condor and the Hummingbird,
The Hummingbird is desire/ Ego the intense vibration in the conscious mind
The Elders is the subconscious mind, and the Condor is the transmutation of vibration to the superconscious mind.
The natural order of things is a thought that is produced by incoming signals via the five senses, it is then referenced to the subscious mind , if it thought/ feeling is in alignment with the subscious mind it is processed and sent to the superconscious for action and delivery. In a normal day to day life this happens on about 98% of the time without question, results happen automatically cause it is refenced to our memories, beliefs.
It is when , we get excited about something, and we have a desire to do things , that isn’t in line with our current memories, beliefs in our subscious mind, that a wall goes up, a block , a vibration is sent to the superscious for clarification and a reply comes back and says NO , cause it isn’t in alignment with what is right. Some may call this will power, elastic band effect, desire, it is something that can be produced but isn’t inline with us and in the long term isn’t sustained.
Back to the story, For me the hummingbird relates to desire, the wish list. You can manufacture desire and go for a goal depending on the will and your Ego you can make it last and after a while you can obtain whatever you desire. But the feeling at the end is empty, unforfilled, because it is totally against who you are. The Hummingbird has the guts, has the tenasity to succeed, but any riches are short lived, and unable to be enjoyed.
The Condor is the messanger and respects the natural order, the reason he gets mad is that , because the Hummingbird goes against every thing that was right, tried to short cut the process, and got slammed.
We all need the hummingbird, without it we wouldn’t get to the next level, we need its drive, its ability to get things done. But more importantly we need the Condor to show us what is right for us. Rather than going from point A to Point B in 2 moves as per the Hummingbird , with the Condors help we can go from Point A to point B in 10 moves but we enjoy the journey, the experience and the reward at the end is more forfilled and long lived.
The trick is to get the Hummingbird’s desire or vibration pass the elders and onto the condor for delivery. That’s my question on life.
Thanks for letting me share this with you all.
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