What did you sign?

And, what didn’t you?

I’m going to say it straight up…I came to the topic of contracts from a very angry place.  Fury, actually.  Seems I needed the fire to break through the veil.  I did.not.agree.to.this.  So, how is it so?

The Prime Directive says Do no harm; i.e., no trespassing on soul sovereignty — this being the fundamental agreement for engagement here.

So, how to do harm without violation?

The answer arrived on a day of deep, concentrated, inquiry just over year ago.

I was momentarily astounded to come upon the realization that we are so strong, so powerful, ‘they’, the imposition, cannot control us all by force…rather, they manipulate our will so that we imprison ourselves.

Enter: Implied consent.

Deep breath. You feel it, too, don’t you?

We can look to contract law for an inkling of how things work, enough to get the gist…not a comprehensive dissertation (others have a passion for that: Kate of Gaia, Kurt Kallenbach can lead you on, if you’d like).

The Latin is consensus ad idem and is translated commonly as meeting of the minds or agreement to the [same] thing. In the absence of consensus, there is no enforceable contract. Makes sense, no?

Actual contracts, soul contracts, are those you knowing made and agreed to, even if grudgingly.  I didn’t necessarily like all the terms of coming here, but I agreed.  That’s evident.  I’m here.

What I didn’t knowingly agree to was all the intent to deceive, manipulate, control, and otherwise harassing poo-doo.  And the onus falls on me to ferret out what, exactly, it is that I didn’t agree to…til then, I’m under the yoke.

Or, am I?

Who would have me believe that?  Organic or synthetic?  Who does it serve/benefit?

So many of our wonderful sayings of times past, those that encapsulate key wisdom within a few words, are sadly fading.  One I heard frequently growing up is: Silence implies consent. If you don’t agree, say so.

I don’t agree, so I withdraw any and all implied consent.

What does that look like?  How does it work?

Part 2 tomorrow :-)

For now, sit with this…breathe it in, try it on.  What assumptions might we, individually and collectively, be making that is nothing more than implied consent?

Can’t wait to hear!



photo credit thanks: Pen to Paper by mbgrigby via CC 4.0 / cropped

© 2015, Elz. All rights reserved.


  1. Igniting the center again Elz – thanks! For me it is any attachment to a fear initiated thought that rises up from my triggered subconscious – that, when I choose to identify with or attache to it, ignites me in reactivity in resonance with that parasitic vibration/frequency – and in that nanosecond, I yield and agree – and I am toast. So I am drawn to a path of self-mastery and practice that yes, builds the muscle, of a more intentional focus and heightened awareness with more consistency, AHO!. Thanks Elz!!!

    1. “…reactivity in resonance with that parasitic vibration/frequency…,” love it! What a rich phrase that is to sit with, recognize for myself with this kind of clarity. I just realized that I tend strongly to use the word ‘resonance’ only with positive, to use a dualistic term, where you’re showing resonance is neutral…it simply is. Frequency is the dial. Thank you, Gerry! Awesome!

  2. I can remember saying many times, “I didn’t sign up for this!” I like the one fell swoop, I withdraw any and all implied consent, then rooting out the tough ones! Almost sounds fun! :D Thanks Elz!

    1. Me, too, Liz! Mine went “I did *not* agree to this!” And the fact that we’re here said otherwise. It just took me awhile to figure out the seeming conundrum. I suspect the more fun we have with this the better!

  3. Right on! Reminds me of ignorance vs. naivety. Does implied consent work when you have no idea you are silent? How do you say no to something you don’t even know is affecting you? Unless you simply claim that you revoke ALL consent to contracts you never agreed to in one fell swoop.

    1. Hey Jeff! Thanks for your awesome comment! Yes, indeed-y…the imposition counts on all this going on under our radar! And, you’ve got it…all at once if you choose. We can spend as much or as little effort as we want on revoking consent. I arrived at the ALL putting puzzle pieces together one-by-one until it dawned on me that it was slow and ineffective, and therefore still playing into the hands of the imposition. Think of it like a load of laundry — usually all comes out clean. From time to time a stain doesn’t, so a little extra effort is needed. More in Part 2 tomorrow :-)!

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