“Toltec” means simply a man or woman of knowledge; so, by the term “Toltec teachings” we refer to a set of TOOLS that these beings of knowledge put together to assist their fellow human beings first in learning how to APPRECIATE Life and second in MAKING the BEST out of each individual life-time. These tools are at the disposal of EVERY single one of us. Actually, they constitute our birthright and all we need to do in order to exercise this our right is to just CLAIM it! To all intents and purposes, these teachings ARE humanity’s heritage.
As I was pondering regarding the second part of our communication, I came across the article that I am sharing below. It literally blew my mind and I felt what better way to follow up our communication than to LISTEN to the Female?
2004, being a (6) year takes us firmly into the realm of my most favourite place, namely, the North, that is, the BATTLEFIELD, the place of ACTION and of MATERIALISATION! 🙂 Many will argue in terms of, “But we are always on the battlefield, so what makes THIS year any different?” True! The warrior IS always meeting one challenge after another, every day of his or her life, but it is not always that we have the opportunity of being able to do so with the SUPPORT that comes from the VIBRATION of a (6) year!
This brings us to a concept which Toltecs refer to as forebearance. The meaning which Toltecs attach to this word is very different to average man’s normal understanding for, by forebearance, Toltecs are not inferring that the warrior should become a doormat. On the contrary, forebearance requires a considerable amount of true patience and strength, and nothing builds intent more quickly or efficiently than exercising forebearance. This reveals the definition Toltecs give to this word, namely, forebearance is an act of strength in which the warrior harnesses patience until it has become like a finely strung bow which is lightness itself, but possessing an inherent tension which is deadly.
Strength and warriorship are synonymous. To have strength you must practise not-doing. Every battle is an exercise in not-doing.
As a warrior I am ALWAYS willing to be open. Why? Simply because I want to LEARN; I want to gain more personal power. If I am only ever wanting to prove to everyone around me that my knowledge is superior to theirs I will learn nothing new about MYSELF!!! Therefore I LISTEN to the other person with every fibre of my being AND I look at that person in terms of being a MIRROR for me. I can afford to do this and not feel inadequate, or attacked, or defensive, or uncertain, BECAUSE I have enough BELIEF in myself and my knowledge not to be brought off-balance by what the other person is pointing out or saying to me. By doing this I not only listen to the face value of what the other person is trying to say, but I try with everything I’ve got to grasp what lies BEYOND the face value of the words. In this way I can and do hear CLEARLY.
COMPLETION brings about VITALITY, but this can only take place when you see completion for what it truly is! For example, is a housewife’s work EVER done? No! For no sooner have you washed, dried and packed away the dishes, when it is time to take them out and dirty them once more! The same with laundry, etc. And so with completion! Completion is forever folding back upon itself within the PROCESS of EVOLUTION! The trick lies in learning to work WITH the process, rather than AGAINST it.
What is the best approach in learning to open the heart?
To be a warrior means that you can survive the machinations of power – an act which only becomes possible through listening to the heart. In order to listen to the heart you must follow your feelings; but as with anything that a warrior does, and which holds true power, listening to the heart appears to be so insignificant and trivial that average man never deems it worthy of his attention. Average man regards his view of the world, and acting within the context of that view, as infinitely superior to listening to the heart. Only by erasing personal history can one begin to see and eliminate the restraints of one’s view of the world.