It has taken me years to finally get the Spiritual Journeys hard drives of the source files of your work, as per your request I was to be the custodian of.✶ But it has now been confiscated by Mexican customs who are threatening to destroy it. This saddens me tremendously. I wonder what the lesson is?
By all means, do what you can to protect the work, but if you don't succeed, at least know you did your best. Consider the following; the tale of the Japanese Haiku poetry master Matsuo Bashō:
Breaking the silence
Of an ancient pond,
A frog jumped into water —
A deep resonance.
This poem is representative of the Haiku master's poetic style. On the surface it is a description of the actions of a frog. However, considered more deeply, it is also a mirror that reflects the author. Bashō writes:
"Your poetry issues of its own accord when you and the object have become one — when you have plunged deep enough into the object to see something like a hidden glimmering there. However well phrased your poetry may be, if your feeling is not natural — if the object and yourself are separate — then your poetry is not true poetry but merely your subjective counterfeit."
At the end of his life in the 17th century, it is told that Bashō destroyed all the writings of his life's poetic musings, keeping only the poem about the frog. This indicates his profound understanding that truth cannot be captured; truth is what a master spontaneously creates through his actions.
Please put up every conceivable effort that you can to save the work, but remember: the work is a hologram — the whole is reflected in all its parts, so as long as even a little of it remains, our lightfamily will have all they need to sustain their growth.
The Seer Almine
Note from Rogier:
Thankfully, the drives were secured later in the day, after receiving this message. (Though some now malfunction, so the lesson still applies.)
✶The source files of the work 2007-2014.