A client recently asked AMAG these questions: "Speaking of chopping wood and carrying water and being fully present to my physical life, why would one need to negotiate whether their digestive system could digest or not, since that is its function made by the creator? Why would one need to negotiate whether or not they were safe and had sovereignty in their physical body? Why would one [who is] in a physical dimension where spirits are unseen, need to be aware of non-physical threat and be responsible for tending to that which cannot even be seen on the earth? If anything is ungrounding that responsibility certainly is! Where in the polar opposite balance is the support of protective and loving spirits that would not allow one to be ransacked by uncaring spirits? If one is going to be subject without volitional choice to be afronted by the negative aspects of spirit, then why would one not also un-volitionally be confronted by the positive aspects of spirit unseen as the equal and opposite polar effect?
Here is an excerpt from AMAG's reply: "...you mention 'chopping wood and carrying water.' This is a reminder to be present and aware of your actions at any moment of your life. While it is true that you are already sovereign in your body and consciously digesting your food, you may not have chosen to be consciously aware of these facts. You may have chosen, in the past, to believe that these things are beyond your control and that you were susceptible to the will of others or other outside influences. Many physical processes take place without the need for you to monitor every part of the process, but this does not mean that the processes are beyond your control. In an illusion of physicality there are many degrees of visibility. What you refer to as 'protective and loving spirits' and 'uncaring spirits' are just the two complementary parts of a pair of opposites. In duality, you cannot have one part exist without the other. What you call 'physical' and 'non-physical' are just the two parts (a pair of opposites) that taken together comprise an illusion of physicality. You may choose to embrace the two parts of any pair of opposites and direct your attention to the part that you prefer, whatever it may be. Pay attention to your choices and preferences and notice what happens. If you don't enjoy the results, then make new choices and set new preferences."