Zadkiel: Yes. It is the emotion that puts fear in play. When you attach a thought to an emotion, it pulls it into the physicality; into the reality. Fear, of itself, is only a pattern. If you equate it with “good” or “bad” or “less desirable”, you miss the legitimate uses for that pattern that are not negative.
Jim: So, for example, the pattern of fear might create a state of alertness to something that doesn’t serve you. It doesn’t have to have an emotion attached to it in that context.
Zadkiel: It doesn’t have to have a thought attached to it either. It just is a pattern. It gives you a healthy respect and an alertness to a possibility that could be created. Do you understand?
Jim: Yes. Fear actually has a broader application. Would the pattern of fear be used as a discerning element when coming to a conclusion between various factors of a decision? And would this is why you said in the last class that what we’re interested in doing is neutralizing the interfaces rather than eliminating the pattern completely.
Zadkiel: Correct. You would not want to totally eliminate fear because of the judgment you have that it is a “bad” thing. There are times when, to maintain the physical state of being, an alertness, and an awareness and a respect must be in play. So it is with all things in creation. When you can view it from this perspective, the judgment that is held in the third dimensional realm is no longer a factor in the creative process. You have shifted from the denseness of the third-dimensional reality into the fifth to create. From that perspective, you have a much more expanded viewpoint of how these patterns can be used and the potential outcome. If we eliminate that aspect of fear totally and completely from this equation, it can no longer be used in collaboration with other patterns to create an experience in form.
You may not have a full understanding of this at this juncture. I am just giving you some basic information here. It will take some experimenting on your part and the two of us together. It will take using various components, applications, and methods to create this very simplistic pattern and alter it. And therefore alter the environment and alter the forcefield.
This is a conversation between Jim Self and Archangel Zadkiel as they prepare to teach a class together.
We thank Joan Walker for bringing forth Zadkiel to speak through her. With her collaboration, the Mastering Alchemy Level 3 course unfolded.