Most people wait until the weekend, or until they retire, which is at the absolute end of their physical lifespan…to just enjoy life. And even then, most truly don’t know how to enjoy life. They never did. Admittedly, it took me a long time to allow myself to begin to enjoy life, and not just at designated times. Continue reading
Sometimes we are so physically and emotionally ‘shell-shocked’ from this integration process that we can’t see the beauty of this embodied enlightenment.
How we are literally creating a new reality, right here within an old, dualistic one. And this new realty never existed before – in which opposites come together. The human and the eternal self. We are still surrounded by a very dense, and often harsh 3D reality but we are becoming less and less subject to its influences, even to its physics. Yes, we are beginning to defy physics itself! Continue reading
For a while now I have been asking myself, do I really want to be here? Do I want to stay and realize my embodied enlightenment? Especially when things become really challenging physically. That seems to be my biggest issue.
Or so I thought. Continue reading
How often do you stop to consider what you are doing, what is actually happening to you at this time, in your body, on this Planet? That you are at the end of a vastly long cycle of lifetimes. That you are moving out of a very old energy into an entirely new one. That you are bringing back together all the parts of you that were lost and separated. That you are allowing your soul, your divine self, into your life and your body on a more intimate level than you have ever felt before. That you are recalibrating your body, so that you can go from human to divine human.
For many of us, this will probably be our last lifetime on Planet Earth. We are ending a 25,000 year old cycle and are literally beginning a brand new stage of our evolution. This new stage actually began during the time of Jesus some 2000 years ago, when the seeds were planted that would bring forth a new way for humanity. But the timing wasn’t quite right until more recently to allow that new way to be expressed. Continue reading