On Thursday night last week I had the awesome opportunity to spend some one on one time with my amazing guide, Luc Griffet, during our Skype session.
We were discussing the meaning of “Truth” as referred to in lesson 9 of the Master Key as well as one of my “Dragons”, jealousy.
“7. To know the Truth is to be in harmony with the Infinite and Omnipotent power.
To know the truth is, therefore, to connect yourself with a power which is
irresistible and which will sweep away every kind of discord, in harmony, doubt or
error of any kind, because the “Truth is mighty and will prevail.”
Luc referred to a peace he read that very same morning that discussed the way to deal with your enemies(dragons) within and your enemies(dragons) without.
So what is these dragons. I can not explain it better that Joseph Campbell in person.
During our session I realized that what I thought was jealousy I realized was not. I discovered that one of my dragons was ‘anger’ and the thoughts of anger that I have been sending out into the world without was reflected back(the mirror) to me or that was returning to me by the persons I was meeting daily in my environment that I created. Then it hit me ‘BAM”, for the first time I realized what it meant to really be the observer. This was an amazing revelation.
Luc also shared with me the that you slay your dragons within; with love, compassion and kindness. You slay your dragons without with determination and assertiveness. Well just as the Universe planned it, I was confronted by this ‘dragon’ of mine the next morning during a meeting I was trying to postpone until Monday, and let me tell you this dragon was huge.
The conversation was confrontational from the start filled with a lot of anger from the person I was talking to and as soon as the conversation turned to a personal attack on me I realized THIS WAS IT. The dragon that I created and set free in my environment. Although I was boiling inside I became totally calm and I relaxed and smiled. I knew immediately what the best way was to deal with the situation so that it will benefit all whom it affects and I did it. That was it, I slayed one of my dragons: anger.
This experience brought so much power and understanding to me that when I walked into the next meeting, I was complimented on my aura of calmness and assertiveness. I also realized that this will be a daily journey to conquer my dragons.
I realized that the world without is truly a mirror of the world within