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Amanda 1/11/2017

Aaahh! Let the insight go, too. I think I’ve been doing that recently. I’m in the midst of major life changes, and definitely started seeking reasons/answers/excuses; and as I find insights, I’ve also been working to drop beliefs around them. Now I’m getting bored by what would have found mind-blowing just days ago. It’s a little confusing right now, but I’m working really hard to pay attention to the emotions.
Thanks Cathy.

Cathy Replying to Amanda 1/11/2017

Yes, letting the insights go really speeds things up. It took me a long time to see that because the psychology community (also self-help and the New Age) love their insights! There is a good reason for letting insights go. If you hold on to an insight, then you are holding on to the truth as a belief. All beliefs are lies; there are no true beliefs. We don’t need to hold on to the truth; it’s part of our True Self. You might recognize this quote from the banner of this website. It says everything that we need to know in order to get free. But most people don’t truly understand what I’m saying in the quote until they let go for years.

We don’t realize that our True Self exists because we covered it up with beliefs, knowledge that is unnecessary, and rules. If we put the truth in our false mind as a belief, we’re actually manifesting a spiritual clone, which is a voice in our mind that pretends to be our True Self. Then we can’t receive our true inspiration or insights. True inspiration is not transmitted to us in words; and this confuses so many people. It’s why channels, prophets, and psychics are never receiving the pure truth. They are picking up beliefs that have been relabeled as true. They are only useful for telling us what is going on in the illusion. When you can discriminate again, that is so obvious.

This is why I spend my time focused on exposing false beliefs and telling people how to let go. Then they will discover their own pure truth on their own. They will know the answer to everything they need to know.

Amanda 1/12/2017

I tried to start the writing a few days ago without much luck. But tonight, when I started with the words “If I continue with the same mindset, my life will look like…”, And there it was. How awful to be so honest with myself, but it was just the reminder I needed. I’m not sure I’m totally understanding what letting go really is yet. I’m still getting lost in the emotion, BUT, I cannot let my life become that horrible mess. I look forward to following the rest of the steps and going where it takes me.

Cathy Replying to Amanda 1/13/2017

This comment was related to an article in the Gold Circle called “Writing for Freedom.”

That’s progress, Amanda. You’ll start to know that you are actually letting go when you’ve had a little success. You’ll let go of something, and you’ll get that precious validation; the outer world will look different in some way, your body will heal, you won’t be emotional anymore on some topic, or a relationship will get better. Mental cause produces physical effect when our minds work as they were designed to work.

Letting go is like learning to ride a bike. It seems impossible until you finally do it. We are so trained to be in our intellect and think and think and think; we also believe that our emotions are random at best and annoying at worst. Nothing could be further from the truth. I’d try journaling on the question: What do I think my emotions mean or why do I have emotions? In the normal person’s mind, which is usually psychologically reversed, emotions are connected to what happens, like a reaction. Most people are reactors, not creators. That’s what we are reversing.

In initiation, via letting go, we become what I call self-referential. We think and we discriminate with our emotions at the same time. If our emotions signal that our thought is false, we let it go. We call that the alchemical marriage; it takes a lot of letting go to master. The alchemical marriage is a pure state of mind where we have the power of the Creator. Once you understand that, you realize why initiation was never a weekend workshop. It’s not something that most people even know is possible. It has always been a choice that people made when they had enough of life within the illusion.


Cathy Eck is a true pioneer always pushing the boundaries of thought and beliefs. Cathy is courageous about exposing the status quo. While her ideas might not be popular, they are effective, practical, and true. They create unity where division once existed. They create love where hate had reigned. They create joy where pain and sorrow were once normal. They are ideas worth considering and hopefully embracing.