Who is P'taah?
P'taah tells us that he is a band of energy that exists in every where and every when. In order to communicate with us in third density, he steps down that energy 'through the Pleiades' in much the same way that a transformer steps down electrical energy. He speaks through Australian Jani King.
Why does P'taah talk so much about giving thanks?
When you give thanks, you bring yourself into the Now. Although P'taah reminds us again and again that we have only Now, most of us spend our lives rehashing our past or imagining a probably-negative future. The more we give thanks, the more we see in our lives to be thankful for. Since like energies attract, the more we're thankful for, the more good stuff we attract into our lives.
Why should I give thanks if I'm sick?
P'taah says that if you are alive, you have something to give thanks for. He also says that your body is a perfect mirror of your belief system. If it is reflecting back to you conditions that you don't like, it means that there is something there for you to look at. The whole point of the Morning Song is to focus your attention on the abundance, not the lack. Since we know that the more you focus on abundance, the more of it you create, it would certainly follow that the more you focus on lack, the more of that you create.
Why won't P'taah give us specifics about 2012-2013?
P'taah answers your question this way:
"You create and co-create your reality in every moment. In the co-creation, you may imagine wheels within wheels in the most astounding designs and compexities, weaving multi-versal layers of realities.
Much of what you perceive as 'natural phenomena' such as the phases of the moon, or the movement of the planets and stars would be considered as multi-versal patterning. So are the cycles of what you call 'evolution' and the ebb and flow of cultures and civilizations.
You may term the time frame of 2012 -2013 as one of these. So it is that in the grand patterning, this time frame, 2012-2013, may be likened to the phase of the new moon. It is predictable.
However, as in every other phase of human life, it may be experienced in different and individual ways by each of you different and individual peoples. No matter how it is experienced, in effect, the outcome is already known: A shift in vibrational frequency of everything on and within the planet."
Can P'taah communicate in many languages?
Jani usually either works with English-speaking audiences or uses a translator. When P'taah was asked why he doesn't speak in other languages, he responded, "One phenomenon at a time, beloved."
Was that P'taah in 'What the Bleep'?
It was Ramtha, not P'taah. The energies, however, are very similar.
Is the 'Compressed Light' CD by P'taah yours?
No, that P'taah is a band and they are not affiliated with us.
What is Conversations with P'taah?
Conversations with P'taah is a monthly international conference call with P'taah and one or more guest interviewers. The call is recorded and sent to subscribers either by mail as a CD or by email as an MP3 file.
What are Burning Questions?
'Burning Questions' is a regular feature of Conversations with P'taah. Every few months we do a whole Conversation based on your questions. If P'taah answers your question, you will receive a free MP3 file of that session. To submit a question for P'taah, please use the BQ Feedback Form.
How can I subscribe to Conversations with P'taah?
You can subscribe to Conversations with P'taah by clicking the CONVERSATIONS WITH P'TAAH button. Subscriptions can be for 3, 6, or 12 months on either CD or as an MP3 file. The international CD subscription costs slightly more because of international postal costs. Because MP3 files are sent by email, the costs are the same for either US or international subscriptions. There is also the popular Pay-As-You-Go option where we deliver an MP3 of the newest Conversation to your email every month for only $5 per month.
Can I buy individual Conversations with P'taah?
Yes, individual Conversations with P'taah are listed under the CONVERSATIONS WITH P'TAAH button. They are shown by date and the name of the guest interviewer with the newest sessions listed first. Newer sessions also show a synopsis of the topics by track. Do remember, however, that the track names and synopses are just the tip of the iceberg. They are there to give you an idea of what was discussed. Each track on each session contains much more information than the title suggests.
How can I be a guest on Conversations with P'taah?
Preference for being a guest on Conversations with P'taah is given to subscribers because they are most familiar with topics that have recently been covered. Others who are interested should contact us using the Contact Us form.
What is a personal session?
A personal session is a private telephone conversation between you and P'taah where you can ask him anything you wish. The session can last up to an hour and you are welcome to record it.
Being in the safe space of complete unconditional love that is P'taah is an amazing experience.
What happens when I have a personal session?
Personal sessions are based on your questions for P'taah. Jani usually does them by phone on weekday mornings at 8:00 a.m. her time in Queensland, Australia. Her availability does depend on her work/travel schedule so sessions need to be booked in advance.
When you call, Jani will pick up the phone and greet you. Then she will ask you to wait while she brings in P'taah. Once P'taah comes on the line, you can ask him anything you wish. When you have no more questions, P'taah will say goodbye and hang up the phone.
What does a personal session cost and how can I pay?
The cost of the session is US$150. The easiest way to pay is on the website by credit card - Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. Australians can also pay Jani directly by postal money order.
What does it cost to call Australia?
Rates to Australia can vary enormously, depending on your long-distance carrier. We strongly suggest that you check with them before you call. From the US, the cost should range somewhere between $.05-$.15 a minute. That would make the entire call less than $9.00.
We use Skype for our Conversations with P'taah sessions and it has worked well. Since Jani is on a phone line, you would need some money in your Skype-Out account. Skype itself is free and Skype-out calls are much less expensive than regular phone calls.
Checking rates in advance is doubly important if you are calling from a cell phone. Most of the time if you must call from a cell phone, we recommend that you get a Skype To Go number or a calling card that is good for international calls and use that.
Can I record my personal session? If so, how?
Yes, you certainly can record your personal session. The easiest way is to do the call on Skype and use one of the many programs available for recording Skype calls. Some have a free trial, but be certain that the free trial does not include an annoying sound every 10 seconds and that you will be able to record the entire call. Some trials are limited to 5 or 10 minutes.
Two recording programs for Skype with which we are familiar are Call Burner for PCs -- http://www.callburner.com and on a Mac, Call Recorder - http://www.ecamm.com/mac/callrecorder/. We use Call Recorder and find it excellent. Since it records automatically, it's also easy to use.
If you're calling on a phone, check with Radio Shack. They have a very inexpensive suction cup device, but that wasn't very successful for us.
When we were recording to a small digital recorder, we used a device that goes between the base of the phone and the handset and then attaches to a recorder. That worked well but you do have to have a corded handset.
You can also record calls using a speaker phone, and some answering machines have the capability of recording calls.
If you want to record directly into the computer, you'll need something like a logger patch to adequately filter out the line noise. You can find those online. Again, you need a corded handset.
Since this information changes constantly, it's probably best to search online under 'Skype recording.'
Are private sessions really private?
Private sessions are indeed private -- just you and P'taah. Jani has no memory of it and no one else is involved.
What is an Ask P'taah! mini-session?
We noticed that many times people only have a couple of burning questions for P'taah and aren't really interested in doing an entire Personal Session. In looking for an affordable way to accommodate them, we came up with the idea of doing mini-sessions, also known as Ask P'taah! conference calls.
The mini-session conference call allows 3 or 4 people to share a session with P'taah. Each person gets about 15 minutes to talk directly with P'taah and ask questions, however since P'taah so enjoys these interactions, he's often willing to answer 'just one more'!
Since we call you and want to keep costs affordable, we do the call via Skype. Anyone with a computer can get a free Skype account and calls between computers are free. For those who are unwilling or unable to use Skype, we will call your telephone.
Finally, we tape each Ask P'taah! call and send the MP3 file to everyone who was on the call.
One of the fascinating things about these mini-sessions is that people often tell us that while they were looking for answers to their own questions, it was actually a question asked by someone else that they found most valuable!
What does an Ask P'taah! session cost?
Ask P'taah! sessions cost US$50 per participant.
How do I subscribe to the free newsletter?
To subscribe, click on the SUBSCRIBE E-NEWSLETTER tab. Input your email address and on the following screen, confirm your email and input your contact information. Your first name is required. Everything else is optional. You'll then get a screen telling you that you have been subscribed.
In a few minutes you'll also get a confirmation email thanking you for registering. You'll need to acknowledge that email to complete your subscription. There are instructions in the email on how to do that.
To make sure that neither the confirmation email nor the newsletters go into junk mail, be sure to add email@example.com to your address book or safe list.
How do I access the MP3 files?
For most people this is a pretty straight-forward process. MP3 files are sent from Light Source P'taah via YouSendIt. To download the file to your desktop, click on the Download button in the email. Files that contain multiple tracks are sent in folders as zip files. Once the zip file has been downloaded to your desktop, double-click on it to unzip the folder.
Conversations with P'taah are sent as zipped files that also include a JPG or PDF of the album art in addition to the album's MP3 audio tracks. Click on the link to download it to your desktop, then double-click to unzip the folder and listen to the MP3 files on your MP3 player such as iTunes. The JPG or PDF is a visual file of the session label.
Windows users may get a folder with duplicate file names. One of each of those files has no content and you can delete it. The other is the playable file.
Older sessions are also usually sent as zip files. Some of the older sessions that were originally recorded on audio tape may have places where the sound quality is relatively marginal. The content, however, is excellent and for most people, worth the effort.
Please let us know immediately if you have any trouble with the MP3 files.
When do you charge my credit card?
All credit card charges are done individually by us. While the shopping cart says it has charged your card, it does not have that capability. By processing credit cards ourselves, we are able to make any necessary adjustments in advance. For example, if there is a postage charge or tax shown for an MP3, we can delete it before the card is charged.
How do you charge for postage?
Orders shipped within the US are charged a flat $4.95 shipping and are sent media mail, which can take up to 10-14 days. If you request an upgrade to priority mail, you will be charged the actual cost of postage.
International orders are sent international first class or international priority mail, depending on the weight of the package. These are charged the actual cost of postage.
Do you take PayPal?
We don't actually take PayPal because that would require that your credit card be charged when you place the order. Since we ship internationally, we need the flexibility of charging the actual cost of airmail postage and not the flat rate charged by the shopping cart.
Upon request we are more than willing to bill you through PayPal for your order. The way that works is that we send a PayPal invoice to your email address and you pay it through PayPal. Once you have paid, we ship the order.
What happened to the audio samples?
We discontinued the audio samples because too many people were unable to access them.
How can I get in touch with you?
To email us, use the Contact Us form on the website.
Telephone messages can be left on our Skype number - 1-760-5465.
Any messages for Jani are forwarded to her the day we receive them.