Today's topic is about the sacral response, specifically the generator Grunt. If you're a generator or manifesting generator and you feel like you have never had a sacral response in your life, this discussion is for you. Also, if you are observing generators and manifesting generators or trying to help them get in touch with their sacral response, perhaps some of my observations will help you as well.
The sacral response is an interesting concept and in particular, we're going to talk about the generator Grunt. In some of Ra Uru Hu's writings, he talks a lot about how sacral beings, especially generators, grant their way through life. However, I don't hear a grunt from a generator or a manifesting generator very often. Those of you who are manifesting generators may actually have another kind of sacral response that comes spontaneously out of your mouth.
I was reflecting upon my father who was a manifesting generator. When I was a little girl, he had a jalopy of a truck that he would take back and forth to work. He worked away from home during the week and then he would come back on the weekends. A lot of times he would have to do something to the truck over the weekend to get it to go to work the following week. I was his mechanics assistant when I was a little girl, and I remember how he would grunt when he was fixing his truck when he was tightening the bolts and all of that.
I want to share with you the difference between the expression of frustration and the expression of the sacral response. The expression of frustration is very different from the expression of the sacral response. For this particular example, my father's expression of frustration was very much in explicit explicatives. But when he tightened something too tightly and it broke off or he dropped the bolt, it would come out as an expression of frustration.
On the other hand, the sacral response is more of a grunt. It's a sound that comes out naturally and it's not an expression of frustration, but rather a sound that comes out of the body when one is in the flow of doing something. It's a sound that comes out when one is in the zone and it's not a sound of frustration but a sound of accomplishment.
In conclusion, the sacral response or the generator grunt is a natural sound that comes out of the body when one is in the flow of doing something. It's not an expression of frustration but rather a sound of accomplishment. If you're a generator or manifesting generator and you feel like you have never had a sacral response in your life, try to tune into that and see if you can identify it. If you're observing generators and manifesting generators or trying to help them get in touch with their sacral response, perhaps some of my observations will help you as well.
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