Aingeal Rose & Ahonu interview Penny Kelly on her Kundalini experience and what Kundalini means for the ascension process.
Penny speaks about Kundalini, Psychic Awareness, Ascension, Consciousness, Chaco Canyon, the future, proper sex, the Sabbath, religions, planetary ascension, humanity's extraterrestrial origins, and so much more!
Welcome to the 1st of this quick series about our visit to Chaco Canyon in Northern New Mexico. Ever since Aingeal Rose began this quest, which began a couple of months ago, where she had this unquenching desire to visit Chaco Canyon, and we honored it and followed it. So, you'll find in this series our unfolding understanding of what Chaco Canyon is all about, and what it was trying to tell us. In this recording, we are at the beginning phases and you'll find us entering it with some expectations. As the series progresses, you'll find those expectations get changed and squashed and turned around. I won't spoil it for you, but you'll find that the outcome at the end of the series is very different for us than what it was when we set out on this amazing journey. Enjoy.
Something very serious happened to me, and here's a bit of background. Until now, I had a memory, an impression of my father, and it wasn't a very good one because in that memory, he was an alcoholic. He died an alcoholic, but he was the silent type; he would come home drunk and climb the stairs and go to bed, and we wouldn't even know he was there.
So, as children, he was an absent father. He didn't engage with us at all. But at the same time, we were aware of him as being a very intelligent man. He was a fluent Irish Speaker. He had gone to College. He had learned all kinds of amazing things and was well-traveled, very experienced, a brilliant conversationalist, and all of that. But the negatives hung very heavy on us as children, almost to the point of shame.
But what has changed now is forgiveness. This whole world is going through a huge opportunity for forgiveness, and I've chosen this opportunity to repaint the pattern, to remake the memory of my father. I'm aware some people might regard this as crazy, but to me, it's very real, because here's what happened.
I decided that my life was no longer the result, or the aggregate, or the fallout from my father's negative influence on my childhood. Instead, my memories of him are now wonderful. He was one of the most wonderful fathers I ever encountered. My father was loving. He was patient. He was kind. He took the time to play with us. He imparted his great knowledge to us. He gave us all great attributes and abilities and skills and talents. He was very loving to my mother. He displayed love, actually, everywhere he went, even in his work as a barber in the town. Everybody flocked to him because his conversations were engaging. He displayed a love of humanity. His stories were powerful, life-learning stories that he told to them and us.
And he had a following, almost like hero worship, in a sense. But it didn't get to where the ego became involved. No. He was a pure, honest, clean human that displayed qualities of leadership and self-control, but at the same time, enormous strength. My father was a man of strength.
He was a man of valor. He was a man of virtue. And he imparted all of that to me. He displayed these qualities to my mother. The display of affection and adoration that he had for my mother was astounding. It was a wonderful lesson to us in all kinds of ways, and he imparted it to all of us.
He was well-educated and he imparted all that knowledge, all that sophistication. He wore a hat that he claimed was the mark of a man, and he wore it with elegance and with dignity and with pride, and he imparted all that style to us. He imparted the qualities of the effective use of time where there was work and there was play. And in those times of play he was engaging. He was a wonder to be with.
And so, the final lesson to us was that love was the most important thing in the world and he lived it in abundance. And that led to forgiveness. If you love something, you forgive it. And he loved life. He loved my mother. He loved all of us and he forgave us. And that's why I'm here, why I'm declaring my love for him now. And why I'm declaring my forgiveness of him, to him.
I love you, father. I adore you. I respect you. I honor you. And this is my public declaration of that forgiveness and that honor.
Blessings and bye. Ahonu
I’ve always been a great believer in the power of beliefs. Even as a child, I understood thought was everything, that everything could manifest from thought. But last night, I got a lesson on just how powerful it is.
I woke at 2:22. You may not know, but these power numbers are all over us. We’re in the year of ‘22. I was born in house number 22, my birthday is 2/11 which is 22, and my lovely wife Aingeal Rose is born on 11:11, making her birthday this year 11-11-22. So, waking up at 222 was significant for me. And then, I awoke again at 333, and 444, and 555, and I was all over it. This is amazing, I thought. Until last night, I realized my clock was a few minutes fast!
I realized the kitchen clock was two minutes faster. So my 222 was 224, and 333 was 334, and 446, and so on. Did that negate my belief? Did that destroy what I thought was truth? It did - for a short while. I thought, I’ve been following a wrong belief system. I’ve been believing something which wasn’t true. But we all know the power of belief is so strong that one can believe in a mistruth and manifest it!
As we know, all over the world people believe in mistruths, whether it’s religions, corporations, stories, mythology, whatever it might be, people believe in mistruths and untruths, and they manifest them into their reality as truth!
This understanding of the mind was powerful for me. I’m sticking with my 222 because it fit with what I wanted to believe, and what I wanted to manifest! I mean, I wouldn’t have woken at 222 if it wasn’t of some significance to me. Therefore, in our lives, in our relationships, in our businesses, in our communities, in our world, we manifest everything that is in our minds to suit what’s going on in our lives. If you’re not happy with that, it’s time to change your thinking, and time to change your surroundings, and time to change your circumstances.
My solution was simple, but which clock do I change? Do I change the kitchen clock or my bedroom clock? I change whatever I believe to my new understanding of the truth. That’s what you do. You change your belief system to your current understanding of the truth.
Truth is ever-changing, and truth is different for everybody. But one important thing to remember is there is a universal truth. That’s where we all need to get to, and we find it by relinquishing our small truths in favor of universal truth.