We have this skewed idea that our human self is filled with imperfections. And that the spirit part of us is all-knowing, patient, and is socially fluid, knowing just what to say, and when to say it. There is a concept that we become these flawless beings, both physically and energetically, as we ascend. Continue reading
There’s a misperception that in Ascension the human needs and desires are not important any more. That there is a letting go of materialism. That’s not true. But what is true is that as the human who is connected more to their soul, they will not be worrying so much about the things they need and desire, because they are just there for them in a fluid and synchronistic way.
The Embodied Master has no needs or desires, but everything is just there….the money, the health, the resources, the friendships…. So is this just a natural part of our ascension, or are we talking about some impossible to solve transcendental paradox that makes you want to throw a few brick at an ashram? Continue reading
There are some major misconceptions circulating about the embodied enlightenment and ascension process. The biggest being that we are moving into a perfected state of light and love. Sure, there’s a lot of both light and love, but that’s not truly what this transformation is about.
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