Emahó says …
The trick is to nourish the energy within yourself so you can generate your own fuel.
Let’s say I build a gas station which sells premium quality fuel. I paint it with bright colours, put up neon signs, and then I sit back and wait for customers like you to come. I’m just the gas station attendant.
‘Hey Emahó, I want to get some fuel.’ You say.
‘Sure, I’m going to put forty litres in your car.’
‘No! I’m supposed to tell you how much I want. Give me twenty, Emahó.’ You say.
‘Okay. Can I wash all your windows?’ I ask.
‘No, not today! Just wash the passenger side.’
‘And should I also wipe your windscreen?’
‘No! Not now Emahó.’ You say, rolling up three quarters of your window.
‘Okay, that’s the gas in. Now, how would you feel if I tell you where to go? You have to turn right on highway 66, then turn left, then drive south for 60 miles and then ….’
Well, you would not like that at all. No one likes to be told what to do. Yet, most people like a teacher to do just that. They want the teacher to clean their fuzzy glass screens, tell them how much fuel to put in their cars and then give out direct instructions on where to go.
But then, for a moment, let’s consider reality and ask a question.
– Who was born for you?
This is something most people know as a concept in the brain and mind, but don’t always realise the truth behind the sentence. If you were to fully realise this simple, ordinary fact, it would change your life. It would have a tremendous impact on your thoughts and actions throughout the day. It would penetrate every moment of your life.
My aim as the gas station attendant is to teach you a sense of autonomy where ‘You decide where to go and what to do with your life.’ My job is to be your springboard, to echo your dreams in directions that reflect to you. It’s to help you get where you want to be. So you can think independently, not as a group, a family, or a society. It takes immense courage to own responsibility for your birth, your mind, your car, your dreams and your life.
Breaking the code of life is individual. No one can teach you that, for you may understand it only through your own conditioned framework; your attitude, your anger, your honesty and your fears. My job is to show you this and to connect you with life itself. You may go wherever you want, with my premium fuel. Come back to refuel, and that’s alright but don’t stay at the filling station.
So, yes seek those who have more wisdom, a better understanding, and an astronaut’s perspective.
But then return within,
Know your feet and know where your hands lie by your side.
Know yourself and you will know the moon
Know yourself and you will know the sun
Know yourself and you will know the stars above you
Know yourself and you will know to bow down to it all.
We invite you to the Teachings of Emahó, the Wanderer.