Transference of Intuitive Knowledge
through Understanding Energy
By Matt Valois
Among the many wonderful events at the past All Student Weekend, ranging from SOM’S GOT TALENT and fabulous work crews to a Sunday Church service of sacred walking, was the Transference of Energy intuitive report session Saturday evening, conducted by Dr. Daniel Condron and reported by Dr. Barbara Condron.
That evening, Jesse Reece, Allan Rider, Rory Colgan, and I were given the opportunity to receive a special report that highlights the ways in which energy moves through the being and ways to cultivate energetic movement to produce wholeness and longevity. Just as a mechanic might check the status of a car through a 40-point inspection to test for strength, durability, and optimal performance levels, this report describes the state of chakras, energy meridians, and the attitudes that produce the energetic movement, providing invaluable insight for further self-exploration and evolution: an assessment given from the perspective of the 3rd level of mind!
Laurie Biswell, a current college graduate teacher and student, remembers being part of the group of people who received this type of report in its beginning stages of development. At the time, people referred to it as the “Super Health Analysis:” a report much like a Health Analysis with “a different question Dr. Daniel asked at the beginning of the report.” Laurie said.
One of the lines of relativity that both Laurie and the current group of college students share is the opportunity to receive reports like these in relationship to being present as students at the College of Metaphysics. “As you give, so shall you receive.” This familiar scripture from the Bible correlates with the experience as a College of Metaphysics student. Much of the time as a college student is spent dedicated to service, whether that’s cultivating a garden, carrying for the animals, or interpreting dreams for people halfway across the world. It develops an invaluable strength and responsibility in giving. Through giving, understandings are built, insight is given, and highly valuable tools for applying metaphysical principles are received.
As college students give their service whole-heartedly, experiences like receiving Transference of Energy reports can be utilized for greater self-discovery, insight, and transformation. Jesse Reece has the opportunity to strengthen the bridge between his profound mind experiences to the connections he is making with people. Allan Rider is learning to manifest the world he sees possible. Rory Colgan is gaining greater understanding of how to stay centered in love and compassion. I am strengthening my connection and relationship with the Permanent Self. All of these and more are occurring through the application of the recent Transference of Energy reports. This is merely a taste of what can be experienced as a College of Metaphysics student.•
SERVICE by Allan Rider
Living at the College of Metaphysics provides opportunities to practice service on many different levels. The World Headquarters of the School of Metaphysics gives to people all over the world. Through dreamschool.org we often interpret dreams from Southeast Asia. We also teach international correspondence students. The highest level of service I believe to be the opportunities to experience personal transformation through one of the many weekend experiences offered at the College. Four such weekends were offered in the last month.
The first opportunity was the Dharma Spiritual Focus Session. Seven individuals from across the nation chose to spend this time investigating their soul’s purpose for this lifetime. At weekend such as these students and faculty serve by creating a nurturing, friendly atmosphere aiding people to receive the powerful truth presented to them. At our final group meal everyone who attended had the space to share their Dharma and their experience of the weekend. The Dharmas were as different as the individuals, ranging from Justice, to genuineness, to persuasion. What they expressed about the weekend was the same. Each shared a simple and heartfelt expression of gratitude for what they had received, an experience that changed their lives.
The third weekend of every month presents this environment of evolution to students and teachers. At this time many of the upper level classes meet along with specialized classes such as Still Mind class and Second Cycle Teachology. There are also different campus improvement projects. The Green Team completed constructing planters for the greenhouse, Bryon Parrino led a crew beautifying the orchard fencerow, Larry Hudson continued the renovation of the Bunkhouse bathroom, and Brian Kraichley and his crew improved the roof on the Moon Valley Ranch house. These projects provided each participant a space to pay forward some of the value they have received from the College by making improvements that enrich the physical manifestation of the School’s ideal, purpose, and activity.
The end of September brought the return of Dr Fred Weaver and his wife Sandy. This was a weekend of service supporting health from an energetic standpoint. The Weavers gave attendees a two-fold approach to greater health combining food as medicine and Chi Gong. Service was given by the by the residents of the College in supporting the event, and the people in attendance served themselves by choosing to learn a new way to create greater wholeness.
Fourth and finally was the October Student Weekend. The space to give service at a student weekend is everywhere one can imagine. Some woke before the sun to fix a delicious breakfast to fuel the many creations on Saturday. Others preformed karma Yoga before leaving on Sunday. Many gave of their talents Friday night at the Talent show organized and led by the college students. Everyone gave in different ways to the Saturday projects. This weekend was unique among many Student Weekends in that the college class received Transference of Energy reports Saturday night. It was another wonderful weekend of new friends, new experiences, and new ways to give.
Why the focus on service you may ask? As Dr Daniel Condron teaches the Bhagavad Gita, there are three words that describe its essence: discipline, service, and teaching. Service is a way to give so that we have room to receive more. It is a physical expression of the true nature of reality, which is connectedness. It is an activity that can be used to manifest a goal and realize a purpose. It can be as simple as a genuine smile.•